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Aquarius Sun Sign
(January 20 - February 18)

Daily Horoscope for Monday, December 11, 2017

Character Traits of the
Astrological Sun Sign Aquarius

Aquarius is one of the more eccentric, flexible, unusual, and avant-garde signs. Aquarius Oprah Winfrey typifies this Sun Sign, intelligent, philosophical, communicative and open-minded; she is known for her pursuit of group efforts, philanthropy, charitable efforts and love of books and reading. Aquarius natives may be perceived as odd, unusual or eccentric by others (think of Aquarians ZsaZsa Gabor and Yoko Ono). Aquarians are occasionally perceived as "aloof" as well. That is "perceived" because Aquarians are never quite what they appear to be to others. The traditional symbol of Aquarius is the "Water Bearer", and while the sign is ruled by thoughtful air, there is a secret emotional or watery side that they like to keep hidden from public view. They are not usually emotionally sensitive, but their ability to see truth and act on it often makes them take action to help others. Aquarius may express their emotions in intellectual terms, but are often self-sacrificing humanitarians, philanthropists, constantly searching for the ideal, and for truth and vision. It is important for Aquarians to develop self-love, as well as the personal application of spiritual practices to their daily lives.


Your Symbol's Meaning

Aquarius the Water Bearer

Aquarius the Water Bearer Symbol Comparison
The symbol for Aquarius is the Water Bearer, symbolically and eternally giving life and spiritual food to the world. The water from the vessel washes away the past, leaving room for a fresh, new start. The sign of Aquarius is forward-looking and growth-oriented. Concerned with equality and individual freedom, Aquarius seeks to dispense its knowledge, and its vision of equality and individuality, to all.

The glyph for Aquarius depicts the water from the water bearer's vessel, as a symbol of open-ended spiritual energy.

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