Aquarius (Water bearer)



Aquarius (Water bearer)

(fixed, air, universal): democratically, unconventionally, detachedly.

The Western astrological sign Aquarius of the tropical zodiac (January 20 or January 21 -to- February 18 or February 19, respectively)[1] differs from the astronomical constellation and the Hindu astrological sign of the sidereal zodiac (February 16 - March 11). In some cosmologies, Aquarius is associated with the classical element Air, and thus called an Air Sign (with Libra and Gemini). It is also one of the four Fixed signs (along with Leo, Scorpio, and Taurus). Its polar opposite is Leo. It is the domicile of Saturn (since its discovery Uranus has been considered Aquarius' ruling or co-ruling planet by many modern astrologers). Each astrological sign is assigned a part of the body, viewed as the seat of its power. Aquarius rules the circulatory system as well as the ankles. The symbol for Aquarius is the water bearer.

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