Pisces Symbol

Pisces is the Zodiac’s twelfth sign. The planet Neptune is the ruler of the Fish, which is a water element. The two fish are symbolic of Aphrodite and her son Eros escaping Typhon in Greek mythology. The fish, often known as the goldfish, represents abundance, fidelity, and unity in Chinese culture. The fish is emblematic of faith and abundance in Christian belief, as evidenced in the Biblical account of the fish and loaves of bread. The fish is regarded as a sign of fertility and femininity in Paganism. The fish represents intelligence, insight, and inspiration in Celtic symbolism. The fish is a symbol of creation and metamorphosis in Eastern Indian culture.

In the Zodiac, this sign is represented as both a sinner and a saint. He could be a wandering soul or a fashion or art trend setter. He can be a philosopher one minute and a lunatic knucklehead the next. Because the two swimming fish swim in different ways, the Piscean is turned in two directions. They are, nonetheless, extremely resilient and versatile. They can be found in high-ranking political and business positions while simultaneously being housed in rehabilitation schools and prisons.

Compassionate, adaptive, accepting, trusting, dedicated, and creative people are born under this sign. They have a strong sense of intuition, and some even have psychic skills. It’s a realism and spiritualism emblem. They are oversensitive, lethargic, escapist, self-pitying, and indecisive when it comes to negative attributes.

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