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The Pisces glyph can be identified by its representation of two fish joined together. As well, it shows two crescents of receptivity pointing outwards, held together by the line of matter.
The flowers associated with the sign of Pisces are the water lily, violet, and orchid.
Pisces: Planetary Rulers
The planetary rulers of Pisces are Neptune (modern ruler, depicted) and Jupiter (traditional ruler).
Neptune is God of the Sea and is considered a planet of inspiration, dreams, psychic receptivity, and illusion.
Jupiter symbolizes reach, possibility, and broader purpose.
Pisces: Ruling Planet Glyph
The glyph of Pisces' modern planetary ruler, Neptune, resembles Neptune's staff or triton.
The crescent, representing receptivity, is pointing upwards, indicating spiritual receptivity, and is placed above the cross of matter. This symbolizes the yearning of the soul to break free from the restrictions and limitations of matter/reality.
This is a depiction of the constellation, Pisces.
Pisces: House Association
Pisces is the twelfth astrological sign and is associated with the twelfth house.
The twelfth house rules soul growth, karma, self-undoing, hidden strengths and crutches, private or hidden matters, and spirituality.
Pisces is associated with the colors lavender and sea green.
Sea green symbolizes fertility, renewal, and faith. Lavender is associated with spiritual healing and cosmic consciousness.
Pisces' element is WATER. There are three water signs: Cancer, Scorpio, and Pisces.
Water signs are fluid, emotional, and intuitive.
Pisces' modality is MUTABLE. There are four mutable signs: Gemini, Virgo, Sagittarius, and Pisces.
Mutable signs are flexible, adaptable, and changeable. Although they can be inconsistent and lack follow-through, they are ready to make small changes and adjustments to accommodate others.
The symbol for Pisces is the Fish. There are two fish that comprise Pisces' symbol, and they're swimming in opposite directions, symbolizing the duality of the sign as well as its depth.
Gems associated with Pisces include the amethyst (depicted) as it augments spirituality, the aquamarine as it enhances psychic tendencies, jade, and lapis lazuli.
The sign of Pisces is associated with the metals platinum and tin.