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Astrology: Its Pisces Season!!!

Updated on March 12, 2014
Pisces zodiac sign
Pisces zodiac sign | Source
Pisces by Guido Bonatti
Pisces by Guido Bonatti | Source

From February 19th- March 20th the sun is in the astrological sign of Pisces. Pisces is the twelfth and last sign of the zodiac. It’s the third and last water sign among the water signs (Cancer, Scorpio, and Pisces all in that order). Pisces is ruled traditionally by Jupiter but in more modern times with the discovery of the planet Neptune, Pisces has been assigned Neptune as its main ruler.

Pisces zodiac sign glyph symbol
Pisces zodiac sign glyph symbol | Source

Pisces is the third and last water sign. It is of mutable quality and Pisces rulers over the twelfth house. The twelfth house is the house of the subconscious and unconscious. The Twelfth house also rules over mental institutions/ asylums, jails, hospitals places that take away our freedom. Essentially what we bind in life and what binds to us. It is also about karma, were we good or bad people, how did we treat others? Did we treat others kindly, cruelly, justly? It’s about enemies and coming to terms to decisions we made in our lives. What goes around comes around is very descriptive saying for the twelfth house.

The twelfth house is also the last house. It is all about how we deal, reflect and contemplate life. How we address our problems, our uncertainties, troubles, torments, contentment, etc. It is about dealing with our suppressed, inhibited, and unspoken emotions and coming to terms with who we are, what we did, and what our lives are ultimately about. Furthermore, it is how we take all the lessons and experiences in life and convert them into something that can carry over to the next life.

Stain-glass window with the Pisces fish
Stain-glass window with the Pisces fish | Source

Pisces’s phrase is “I believe” and Pisces’s glyph is two fishes. These two fishes are swimming in opposite directions, representing the dual nature of Pisces. While as belief for a Pisces is strong. To believe means to trust, to have faith in and to have confidence in the truth or reliability of something. This is very Jupiter and Neptune like quality that denotes that Pisces is a spiritual sign and being. It is interesting to note that Pisces is associated with Christianity and Jesus Christ.

Pisces is of mutable quality so they are naturally changeable, and fluid. Pisces as the last sign of the zodiac and with that they can take on qualities and lessons that they learn from the other eleven signs. Pisces is quite the shape-shifter and chameleon of the zodiac, preferring to shift-roles and perspectives. This allows them to be empathic and to feel others pain, making them naturally empathic, intuitive, and a bit psychic. Pisces govern by Neptune wants to break boundaries and merge with others (a very Neptunian quality). This is beautiful considering how empathic and sensitive they can be. Even so, sometimes in the process they lose their identities.

Jupiter
Jupiter | Source

Pisces is ruled by Neptune (and Jupiter traditionally). In a sense we can see both planets in Pisces. Jupiter is an expansive, spiritual, lucky planet governing morality, religion and philosophy.

For more information on Jupiter check out my two hubs on Jupiter, titled, Astrology: Jupiter Part One and Astrology: Jupiter Part Two, the links are posted in the bottom of this hub.

Neptune is on the other hand a planet on the subconscious, unconscious, private, mysterious, and governs illusion, fantasy, consciousness and the dream-world. These two planets describe Pisces, an expansive spiritual, mysterious, elusive, and ethereal sign that delves into the subconscious, dream world.

Pisces’s ability to go into the subconscious, nether world allows them to be compassionate, sensitive and sympathetic. Even so, this can turn lead to them being taken advantage of and disillusioned about the world around them. Pisces lives in and is comfortable in a dream-like state where the world is beautiful, safe, and filled with love and peace. Even so, the world may be beautiful and hold beauty but the world is also an unsafe, violent place filled with hate. Pisces knows this too but they have trouble accepting and believing this reality.

Pisces by Jacob Jordaens
Pisces by Jacob Jordaens | Source

This may cause them quite a bit of heartache and they may retreat into a world of disappointment, confusion and disillusionment. To cope and ease this pain, a Pisces may sink into self-destructive habits and behaviors. This includes self-medication (drugs and addictions) and unhealthy, bad and abusive relationships. They’re giving, trusting pacifists natures makes them susceptible to becoming the zodiac’s punching bag. Pisces can also become numb, and disillusioned preferring the familiarity of pain and victimhood to the renew energy of strong fighting spirit. Pisces is all about peace, giving and helping others. If they can focus on helping others (along with helping themselves), they can defeat this disillusionment and victim like mentality. Also having a healthy outlet to cope with their feelings, emotions such as the arts (writing, music, and performance/visual art) can help the delicate Pisces.

Žuvys (Pisces) by Mikalojus Konstantinas Čiurlionis
Žuvys (Pisces) by Mikalojus Konstantinas Čiurlionis | Source

Blame the Neptune and Jupiter ruling planets that give Pisces a sensitive, impressionable, intuitive and wise nature. Overall, Pisces are sweet kind-hearted and giving in nature, preferring peace, love and generosity.

Pisces by Johannes Hevelius
Pisces by Johannes Hevelius | Source

So Happy Pisces Season!!! Happy Birthday to ALL THE PISCES’S OF THE WORLD, THIS IS YOUR ENERGY AND YOUR TIME!!! Thank You

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