Famous Aquarius: Ellen Degneres, Paul Newman, Oprah Winfrey. Bob Marley, Abraham Lincoln, Christian Dior, Germaine Greer, Yoko Ono, Charles Dickens, James Joyce
Congenial Aquarians are popular and well liked, they want to be
friendly with everyone but not necessarily on a personal basis, they
are somewhat reserved yet chatty. Complex and intriguing they are at
times a little hard to understand.
Ruled by the unpredictable planet Uranus, Aquarians are quirky, their
sense of humour is a little off beat. However their mind is brilliant
and inventive, their mental antennae is tuned rather high picking up
original ideas out of thin air. At times they may be misunderstood but
they are ahead of their time. Maybe they are called eccentric today but
tomorrow perhaps a genius, such as these creative thinkers, Wolfgang
Amadeus Mozart, Matt Groening – creator of the Simpsons, Blue Velvet
Director David Lynch and writer Virginia Woolf.
Being individualist they rarely subscribe to conventional views.
Fiercely independent they are true to themselves living their life
according to their own values. They loathe being tied down and are even
inclined to run the other way when someone pressures them
As they are futurists they are Zen and new age in their approach to
life, generally abstaining from anything that isn’t natural. Therefore
they are healthy with a slim physique and a rather aloof demeanour, but
lively eyes are searching for the next brainwave. Notable Aquarians,
the cool Christian Bale, Mischa Barton and Jennifer Aniston.
Symbol: Is the Image of a man pouring clear water from an overflowing
jug, Aquarians gather the waters of knowledge and pour them out again,
for them the glass is always half full.
Aquarius 2012 Astrological Forecast
Aquarius people are in the throes of the dawning of a new era, for many years life has been chaotic and at times confusing. No situation has been what you perceived it to be, nebulous conditions were evident, life has been disorganized and destabilizing.
On the positive, creative artistic visions have flourished, although it may have been difficult to execute these ideas practically. From February the fog lifts, you begin to formulate plans that you know will not get thwarted, finally you are able to accomplish matters with a sense of effortlessness.
The home life has expanded and grown in the last six months, renovations, relocation, new flatmates or an addition to the family have enlivened your abode bringing optimistic changes that were needed. If you are relocating there will be teething troubles, it won’t be so easy to acclimatize to a new place. Time is needed to get the gist of it; life will be unfamiliar until you start to build strong roots.
Through this process, your perceptions about yourself will go through radical changes, facing your own fears and personal concerns will be necessary at this time.
Unusual creative projects or new ideas will come from out of the blue, it may not be easy to make these ideas manifest, having a concrete plan is necessary otherwise time and energy will be of waste.
Finances will be the motivation for the first part of the year especially in relation to your funds tied up with other sources such as taxes, dividends and insurance. Heated exchanges may occur with banks and institutions to get what is owing and outstanding. Money will flow in and out very fluidly in the years to come. Not that you won’t make financial gain, cash will be lush, but it may be hard to keep it once you acquire it.
Flirtatious love affairs and attractions can bloom very suddenly especially in the later part of the year, this will be exciting and exhilarating but you may not be the sure of the longevity of it until well into the next year.
2012 is really about taking risks and being somewhat reckless; this may throw you into a spin but for too long you have been living a rather conservative and stable existence. Jumping off the cliff with no safety net may be necessary at this stage of one’s life, as they say a life lived in fear is a life half lived!
'Every traveller has a home of his own, and he learns to appreciate it the more from his wandering.' - Charles Dickens, English Novelist (An Aquarius)