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Constellations

Aries

Symbolises - The Ram
Represents Element - Fire
Represents Colour - Red

Aries the first astrological sign in the Zodiac, Spanning the first 30 degrees of celestial longitude. Aries is a mid-sized Constellation ranking 39th in size among the 88. Most Visible in December at 9pm. The Symbol of the Ram represents Male Fertility, Leadership, Abundance, Aggression and courage.

Taurus

Symbolises -The Bull
Represents Element –Earth
Represents Colour - Green

Taurus the Second Astrological Sign in the Zodiac, One of the most visible constellations in the sky passing through the sky from November to March, at its most visible in January. The symbol of the Bull Represents Strength, Tenacity, Virility and Power.

Gemini

Symbolises - Twins
Represents Element – Air
Represents Colour – Yellow

Gemini the third astrological sign in the Zodiac symbolises Twins which is Gemini translated from Latin. The Constellation Gemini is located northeast of Orion, and between Taurus and Cancer and is said to be one of the easiest Constellations to spot in the sky, best seen during February, April and May soon after the sunset from the West.

Cancer

Symbolises - The Crab
Represents Element – Water
Represents Colour - White/Yellow

Cancer the Fourth astrological sign in the Zodiac, Cancer lies between the constellations Leo and Gemini and can be seen as a faint upside down Y in the sky. Cancer is most visible in early spring time in the UK (northern hemisphere). Cancer is rich in binary stars. People born within the star sign Cancer are said to be sensitive, Self-protective, defensive, nurturing and able minded to change in both environments and Mind.

Leo

Symbolises – The Lion
Represents Element – Fire
Represents colour – Orange/Gold

Leo the Fifth astrological sign in the Zodiac, Leo represents the Lion the Leader, the ruler and above all courage and strength. All major cultures perceive and translate the constellation as the Lion, being both highly distinguishable and clear in the sky the Constellation Leo is one of the earliest recognised. Being at its most visible around May and March during the spring equinox.

Virgo

Symbolises - The Virgin
Represents Element – Earth
Represents Colour – Blue/Beige

Virgo symbolises the Virgin and is the sixth astrological sign in the Zodiac, Virgo is a constellation Rich in Exoplanets (planets orbiting stars) . Virgo is the Largest Constellation in the Zodiac and the Second largest overall, Hydra being the Largest. Virgo is most visible during the spring and Summer time. Virgo Represents Fertility, shyness and Ladylike personalities. Virgos Prosper in the Harvesting of personal happiness and peace.

Libra

Symbolises - The Scales
Represents Element - Air
Represents Colour - Pastel Green

Libra represents the Scales and is the Seventh Sign in the astrological Zodiac. Libra is the only Constellation representing an inanimate object the scales. Libra ranks 29th biggest overall out of the 88 constellations. Libra was once part of the constellation Leo considering the scales to be an upside down set of claws. The Scales Represent Equality, Harmony, Balance, Justice and equilibrium, often considered the most balanced of the star signs people born within the Libra Star sign are said to be driven individuals set on peace and harmony.

Scorpio

Symbolises – The Scorpion
Represents Element – Water
Represents Colour – Gold/Purple

Scorpio represents the Scorpion and is the eighth Astrological sign in the Zodiac. Scorpio is one of the brightest Constellations in the sky, best seen in July. Although Scorpio clearly represents the scorpion it also represents the Eagle people are said to take the traits from either the Eagle or the Scorpion, The eagle represents Vision, intelligence and freedom whereas the scorpion represents Courage, Power and Sexual being.

Sagittarius

Symbolises – The Archer
Represents Element – Fire
Represents Colour – Turquoise/Green

Sagittarius the Ninth astrological sign of the Zodiac represents the Archer. The 15th Largest Constellation out of the 88. Sagittarius is one of the brightest constellations easily seen with the naked eye. The archer symbolises itself as half man half horse (centaur) showing the desire to free itself from human’s animal nature. Sagittarian’s are adventurous, brave and wise.

Capricorn

Symbolises – Goatfish
Represents Element – Earth
Represents Colour – Purple, Brown

Smallest constellation of the zodiac, depicting a fish-tailed goat. In Greek myth it is linked with the goat-like god Pan, who turned his lower half into a fish to escape the sea monster Typhon. Also known as Amalthea who provided for baby Zeus after Rhea saved him from Cronos. The word "cornucopia" comes from the broken horn of Capricorn - or the "horn of plenty."

Aquarius

Symbolises – The Water Bearer
Represents Element – Air
Represents Colour Sky Blue

Aquarius the eleventh astrological sign in the Zodiac represents the Water Bearer. The Constellation Aquarius is the 10th largest out of the 88, Aquarius can be best seen winter time approaching December time. The water bearer represents eternity, equality and love.

Pisces

Symbolises – The Fish
Represents Element – Water
represents Colour – Green/Blue

Pisces the twelfth astrological sign in the Zodiac and represents The Fish . The constellation is the 14th Largest out of the 88, and is most visible in early autumn. Pisces is symbolised by two fish swimming in opposite directions representing an inability to make sure decisions. People born during Pisces are said to be Artistic, Compassionate, and split minded and hesitant.

What is a constellation?

A constellation is a group of stars forming a pattern that have a symbolic meaning. You may be familiar with the 12 zodiac star sign constellations.

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There's another 76 constellations which all have different meanings.

Constellations that represent remembrance

  • Phoenix (The Phoenix)
  • Piscis Austrinus (The Southern Fish)

Constellations that represent New Borns / Christenings

  • Cygnus (The Swan)
  • Equuleus (The Little Horse or Foal)
  • Grus (The Crane or Stork)
  • Ursa Minor (The Little Bear)

Constellations that represent Family / Mother's Day and Father's Day

  • Auriga (The Charioteer)
  • Bootes (The Herdsman)
  • Cassiopeia (The Queen)
  • Centaurus (The Centaur)
  • Orion (The Hunter)

Constellations that represent Romance / Valentines / Weddings / Anniversaries

  • Andromeda (Princess)
  • Coma Berenices (Berenice's Hair)
  • Corona Borealis (The Northern Crown)
  • Hercules (The Hero)
  • Perseus (The Hero)

Constellations that represent Friendship

  • Canis Major (The Great Dog)
  • Columba (The Dove)
  • Draco (The Dragon)
  • Pegasus (Winged Horse)
  • Ursa Major (The Great Bear)

Constellations that represent astronomy and science

  • Microscopium (The Microscope)
  • Octans (The Octant)
  • Pyxis (The Compass)
  • Ophiuchus (The Serpent Holder)

Constellations that represent animals

  • Aquila (The Eagle)
  • Camelopardalis (The Giraffe)
  • Canes Venatici (The Hunting Dogs)
  • Dorado (The Goldfish or Swordfish)
  • Lepus (The Hare)

Constellations that represent Art/ Music

  • Lyra (The Lyre)
  • Pictor (The Painter's Easel)
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