“Lots of people like rainbows. Children make wishes on them, artists paint them, dreamers chase them, but the Aquarian is ahead of everybody. He lives on one. What’s more, he’s taken it apart and examined it, piece by piece, color by color, and he still believes in it.”
Aquarius – The Water Bearer
Aquarius is the eleventh astrological sign in the Zodiac. Its element is Air and its ruling planet is Uranus. The water bearer represented by the zodiacal constellation Aquarius is Ganymede, a beautiful Phrygian youth. He serves as cup bearer to the gods. The Aquarians are the perfect representatives for the Age of Aquarius. The sun is in Aquarius between January 20 and February 18.
Colors, Lucky Day, Stone, Numbers for Aquarius
The quartz gemstone for the Aquarius is the Amethyst. The Amethyst is a strong healing stone, with no negative side effects. It can affect their personality, relationship and business acumen in a positive manner. The Aquarians also have good luck with the Aquamarine, as it aids them in straightforward communications and calms the mind. Their best day of the week is Saturday because it’s the first day of their weekend. It is the day when the Aquarian can do exactly what they want to. Lucky numbers for the Aquarian (female) is 4 and (male) 8. Look for your power number 26 for good luck. Best colors for the Aquarian (female) is Sapphire Blue and (male) is Smoky Black.
What Makes an Aquarian Tick?
The Aquarian prizes freedom and individuality above all else. They have an unwillingness to follow the beaten track. They need space and value personal freedom. The Aquarian needs constant excitement and change or their life falls into a boring routine. They are friendly and feel at home in any surrounding, but not for very long. They thrive on change. Aquarians are self-sufficient and prefer not to tread the beaten path.
Aquarians have a great desire for material gain but are not greedy. They love to spend time thinking about how things can be better. They are determined to help humanity, and make the world a better place. They love to surround themselves with lots of people. The Aquarians will listen and learn from anyone to find the truth. They are the truth-seekers of the Zodiac.
Aquarians are very supportive and encouraging. The Aquarians are extremely sensitive and seem to get their feelings hurt a lot. They also can become detached to the point of coldness, making it difficult for others to understand them.
The female Aquarian is spontaneous and creative. She love crafts and dinner parties. She is a social butterfly. She expects ladylike treatment from her man. She does not get emotionally involved very easily, but will be loyal to her mate when she is ready to commit. She can be generous and compassionate to a fault.
The Aquarian male is extremely intelligent. He does not budge from his views, even when proven wrong. He does not mingle well with others, but likes to be “where the action is.” In a romantic relationship, he is aloof and detached, but in time will become loyal and trustworthy. An Aquarian man in love stumbles on his own words in the early stages of a relationship because he does not trust his emotions. Tying himself down to a long term relationship is very scary to the Aquarian male.
Aquarians believe they are an expert on any topic and think they are the best at problem solving. The Aquarian is not comfortable in a career that involves confined spaces. They look for careers where they can do work that no one else can manage. The Aquarian believes they are best suited in the Engineering field, but they would get bored too easily. Instead they would do well in social work, as a mediator, or a position in politics because they care about others and genuinely want to help.
Famous Aquarius Personalities Include:
Hank Aaron, Alan Alda, Buzz Aldrin, Ethan Allen, Jennifer Aniston, Susan B. Anthony, Michael Bloomberg, Judy Blume, Sonny Bono, LeVar Burton, Lewis Carroll, Charles Darwin, James Dean, Oscar DeLaHoya, Charles Dickens, Dr. Dre, Thomas Edison, Clark Gable, Galileo, Wayne Gretzky, Gene Hackman, William Henry Harrison, Paris Hilto, Jimmy Hoffa, Michael Jordon, James Joyce, Ashton Kutcher, Sinclair Lewis, Abraham Lincoln, Charles Lindbergh, Douglas MacArthur, Bob Marley, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, Paul Newman, Thomas Paine, Ronald Reagan, Jackie Robertson, Norman Rockwell, Franklin Roosevelt, Babe Ruth, Alice Walker, Oprah Winfrey, Chuck Yeager.