HOROSCOPES can be fun to scour – whether or not we really believe what the stars have in store for us.
If you aren't familiar with the concept or don't know what your zodiac sign is, we've got you covered.
What's my star sign?
There are 12 astrological signs, also known as signs of the Zodiac – in order, they are – Aries, Taurus, Gemini, Cancer, Leo, Virgo, Libra, Scorpio, Sagittarius, Capricorn, Aquarius and Pisces.
Some people believe that different signs of the Zodiac present different characteristics and talents in a person.
To determine which star sign you are, find the Zodiac which falls on your birthday.
The most common dates for each sign are below, however, those are not exact as no one can fully determine the specific dates.
- Aries: March 21 – April 19
- Taurus: April 20 – May 20
- Gemini: May 21 – June 20
- Cancer: June 21 – July 22
- Leo: July 23 – August 22
- Virgo: August 23 – September 22
- Libra: September 23 – October 22
- Scorpio: October 23 – November 21
- Sagittarius: November 22 – December 21
- Capricorn: December 22 – January 19
- Aquarius: January 20 – February 18
- Pisces: February 19 – March 20
What does each star sign mean?
Each star sign is believed to have different qualities, strengths and weaknesses, and each is represented by its very own symbol.
Here’s what each is said to represent:
- strong sixth sense
Symbol: Virgin maiden
- strong social skills
Symbol: Water carrier
- good temper
Where does the Zodiac come from?
Zodiac is the term used to describe the circle of 12 divisions of celestial longitude that are centred upon the path of the sun.
The 12 divisions share the names we know as our star signs.
The term zodiac derives from Latin zōdiacus – meaning "circle of animals".
Throughout history, the zodiac has been used to predict or echo characteristics of personality.
When is International Astrology Day?
Astrologers around the world celebrate their love of the stars on March 20 which is considered the start of the astrological year.
Former president of the International Society of Astrological Research Gisele Terry told Astrology Hub: “Astrology is truly a global language.
“We are all under the same sky. Sharing both our common and diverse perspectives on how we relate to the stars is the gift of International Astrology Day.”
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