More than 2,000 years ago, astrology and astronomy, the studies of the stars, were basically no different. The zodiac (meaning "circle of animals" from Greek) is believed to have developed in ancient Egypt and later adopted by the Babylonians. Early astrologers knew it took twelve lunar cycles for the sun to return to its original position, after the earth made one revolution around it. They then identified twelve constellations that they linked to the progression of the seasons and assigned them names of certain animals or people.
The earth's daily rotation, as well as its year-long travel around the sun, was believed to relate to one's condition in relationships, finances, travel, and personal characteristics.
Your horoscope charts the relative positions of the sun, moon, planets, and stars according to the time, date, and place of your birth.
March 21 - April 19 September 23 - October 23 April 20 - May 20 October 24 - November 21 May 21 - June 21 November 22 - December 21 June 22 - July 22 December 22 - January 19 July 23 - August 22 January 20 - February 18 August 23 - September 22 February 19 - March 20
Find out if your love could be a match made in the heavens-- by entering the zodiac signs under the mausculine and feminine counterparts below.