If you are born between April 19th till May 20th then you are a Taurus. Read the rest of this entry »


People which are under Aries are born between March 21st till April 20th. Read the rest of this entry »

Cardinal, Fixed and Mutable Zodiac Signs

These 3 modes are based upon creativity and help differentiate Zodiac astrological signs. Read the rest of this entry »

Earth, Air, Fire and Water

The four elements are an essential way to classify the Zodiac signs in Astrology.

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Pluto in Astrology

Pluto is the planet of Power with a subtle energy that will hit you like hammer. Read the rest of this entry »

Signs of the Zodiac

Do you know about your zodiac sign? Have you ever wondered why individuals have particular personalities? Read the rest of this entry »

Neptune in Astrology

Neptune’s glyph is the trident of the God of the Seas: Poseidon. As such it rules over our dreams and feelings.

As we observe a model of our world we observe that the actual world or earth is much less than the large vastness of the watery world. Water bears out vaster materially and in our human psyche, shows our sentiments to be larger than our physical selves. But till the moment we understand how to use its effect the energies represent in our Astrological Chart as our vague promises, our dreams, our unknown selves, the indeterminate facets of our character, our human failings instead of virtues and strengths.

It displays our aptitude for attachment to behaviors and to drugs and our reliance and the blame we foist upon others. Its most influential forces bring us inspirational dreams and ideas, with idealistic notions and emotion, with spiritual experiences and providing a sensation of the greater universality of life past our petty ego.

Neptune also rules television, movies, fashion, theater and glamour.

Neptune convey feminine energy.

Uranus and the Zodiac

Uranus, the Planet of rebellion brings new ways to look at things and to expand consciousness. Read the rest of this entry »


Saturn orders us discipline, hard work and responsibility. It’s also the planet of good Karma.

Unfortunately, Saturn is sometime commonly considered ‘malefic’. Astrology views it as a giant heavenly body with enigmas still unseen. In stories however, it is always affiliated with its central aim in human life, to cause troubles and death, before rebirth and named ‘The Reaper’.

It is certainly the personification of the great law of Karma - the righteousness which accomplishes the law of action and reaction and which we think “why to us?” when we undergo misfortune but overlook to do the same equally with our good destiny! Saturn’s influence symbolizes natural law.

Saturn keeps the passage of time and governs old age along with the lessons it teaches all of us.

Saturn has masculine energy.

In our Birth Chart it will represent the unexpected and life modifying events that happen without any visible reason. In our nature, it affects the part of us that desires to swim against the worn out ethics of the time gone by and to break new ground.

Jupiter, the Planet of Luck

Jupiter symbolizes luck, fairness, money, fortune, kindness, karma, bliss and health. Read the rest of this entry »