Planets in Pisces
The last of the Zodiac Signs, Pisces, symbolised by two fish swimming in opposite directions, have a wide range of talents, and have the ability to adjust to various kinds of environments as they are very flexible. These Fish can be dual natured, sometimes as dangerous as a shark and sometimes as harmless as a fish in the lake. You can be rather docile, easily giving in to the wishes of other people, and yet deep inside you have great potential, are very h5 and independent. The most fundamental trait of theirs is that they are big dreamers. They love to live in their fantasy world, and can be quite cut off from reality. They are very charming and tend to look at others’ positive traits more than their negative traits, which is what endears them to other people.
The Fish are very romantic, avoid disputes, are prone to becoming depressed when confronted with the bitter truths of reality, and are thus vulnerable. Moreover, the Romance Potential Reading can tell you how romantic you are towards your beloved. Further, you may come across as being weak and stubborn. But people who know you well can ignore your negative qualities because you are very affectionate and compassionate. You deeply feel for the underprivileged class of people and will do your bit for them whenever it is possible.
At times, judging their real purpose can present a big problem. Some might consider you to be a very passive Sign, softly holding your grievances with much patience until you get a chance to pang back. However, the analogy apart, you have the ability to take risks and are more thrilled by what is concealed (secret) than what is obvious. Certainly, you’re not at all afraid to face big problems or challenges.
Astrology deals with ten planets, namely the Sun, the Moon (the two luminaries are considered planets in astrology), Mercury, Venus, Mars, Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, Neptune and Pluto. Minor celestial bodies, such as the Dark Moon, asteroids and the nodal axis, are also taken into account. Each planet has its precise function in the natal chart, and represents a specific energy. The planet’s action is influenced by the sign it tenants. It plays out primarily in the area of life indicated by the house where it is posited.
Pisces Ruling Planet: Neptune (Jupiter)
Neptune (Poseidon in Greek mythology) was the Roman God of the sea. He carried a trident and rode a dolphin. Many pirates and sea merchants prayed to him to protect them from his storms. Neptune in Pisces gives them their watery dreaminess. They are the dreamers and make believers of the zodiac. This is the planet that carries us over from one life to the next, which is why Pisces is the last sign in the karmic wheel.
Jupiter (Zeus in Greek mythology) was the supreme God of the Romans. Jupiter was the main protector of the Roman people. This God was portrayed in two ways - as an incredible leader giving wisdom and justice to all, and also as a womanizer. Jupiter in Pisces is not as much as in Sagittarius because Neptune is it’s main ruler. Jupiter gives Pisces it’s wisdom and deep concepts and philosophies on life.
Pour a glass of water onto a table, and you’ll see how mutable water flows into every comer. With no walls to contain it, Pisces, like this water, bonds itself emotionally to whatever is exposed. This is the source of Pisces’ well-deserved reputation for compassion. It is also the source of a tendency to escape reality. Planets in this sign are ultra sensitive, feeling anything and everything. They’re psychic sponges that often need time alone to unload and reassemble themselves. Exposure to others, especially crowds, is exhausting co your Pisces planet. It’s in tins sign that you may find a tendency to cake in stray people and animals, but also where you’ll need to watch for the possibility of being victimized or taken advantage of in some way. Pisces planets are not known for their realistic view of the world—they see the best in any person or situation—but when reality steps in they sometimes can be disappointed- These planets are the romantics of the zodiac. Let them dream in healthy ways.