The sun goes into Pisces on February 19, finishes transiting the sign of the fishes by March 20. The planetary ruler of Pisces is Neptune. Known also as the planet of religion, and spirituality, Neptune is shrouded, giving Pisces a misty quality of the unknown.
The Piscean Age is now being replaced by the Aquarian Age. The Age of Pisces began approximately in 1 AD and continued up until the year 2000. The Piscean Age is when monotheism came to the forefront.
Keywords for Pisces are negative, feminine, and double bodied.
The sign of the fish was a secret icon that Christians used to identify a place of safe haven for other Christians who were trying to escape the persecution of Roman soldiers. Hence other words associated with the sign of Pisces are universal love, seclusion, self sacrifice, and escapism, psychic.
Poetry is associated with Pisces, as well. Because Pisces is a water sign, sensitivity plays a big part of the Piscean character. Fluency with language overall describes the character of this native.
Pisces are often found to be reclusive because of their extreme sensitivity, which borders on being psychic. When a Pisces is around other people, picking up on the feelings all around can produce confusion, and angst. Although a Pisces personality is extremely flexible, being alone is much more comfortable.
Pisces physical focus is the feet, toes, glandular and lymphatic system. Not known for having a hardy constitution, Pisces natives should watch their health closely.
Famous people with a strong Piscean influence are Alfred Hitchcock, Pope Pius II, Harry Houdini, Elizabeth Browning, Victor Hugo, van Gogh, Tennessee Williams, George Washington, and Edgar Cayce.
With other worldly genius close at hand, Pisces is often difficult to understand. Sensitivity makes this native changeable, and difficult to predict.
Usually quite easy to be around, Pisceans tend to prefer a one on one relationship. They can be very understanding friends. It’s often difficult to pin a Pisces to a commitment, but on the other hand they can bend and flex with almost any situation.
The personality trait of flexibility is a strong suit, because change is constantly happening within the everyday life of this native. Sensing the entire environment is an ordinary event.
One way to look at this trait is that, in a windstorm a willow tree will bend. An oak tree doesn’t bend and therefore would be more susceptible to falling over.
This year represents a nice change for Pisces individuals. As per the last seven years, the planet Uranus has presented ups and downs galore. Known as the planet of genius, it’s electrical storms cause sudden quixotic, events. For 2013, Pisces will be in its natural placement which is Neptune.