This is the sign of the water bearer and it applies to those born between January 21st and February 19th. Those born under this sign are often the geniuses of their time. Their chief gift is the ability to examine things in the finest detail, such as Charles Dickens or Charles Darwin. They may aspire to leadership roles, such as Abraham Lincoln or Franklin Roosevelt, and they create situations that bring change.
Thomas Edison and his remarkable electric light bulb lit up the world and brought about the new industrial revolution in technology. They are great at what they do and once they know what that is they go for it in a big way. Their dreams, however, are not always that popular.
It is said they sit on a rainbow and know every bit of how it is formed and of what it is comprised. In other words, they look beyond the obvious to discover things that may be way before their time. When they interact, however, their vague looks and attention span puts others off. But don’t be fooled for they know everything that is spoken and more.
They look beyond your face to pick your brains and they put you off by their deeply probing questions. That is because they need to discover who you are underneath your appearance. That is why Dickens could create characters that are so true to life. He wrote from experience and used characters that he knew and had studied.
Franklin Roosevelt won an unprecedented four terms as President of the USA. His efforts and policies during the Second World War are the subject of many films and documentaries. He also influenced the creation of the United Nations and Bretton Woods. His legacy lives on in both these systems.
An Aquarian child is full of energy and sensitive, stubborn, and usually independent. The female is true to the ‘sugar and spice’ tale and the male to ‘snips, snails, and puppy dog tails’. His approach to things is so weird that parents may not know what to do with him. His supposedly confused state may not regulate until the 50’s so he could be a late bloomer.
My sister is an Aquarian and she was extremely negative as a child. She lacked confidence and yet was able to get everything done that she needed to do by employing others to do it. Nothing was ever her fault and that is the biggest impression she gave me, who had to take the blame for her errors when she cited me as the offender.
She can change her clothes two or three times even now before leaving the house until she feels she is presentable to the world. No one should see her without make-up and fine dress. My brother-in-law once told me how the men were coming up towards their house chasing a fire when she remarked “I have to put my make-up on before they see me.”
In many ways they are lovable if one has the patience to wait for them to notice you. If they connect they can be good friends, but don’t hold your breath.