What is your star sign? Many people believe that the 12 star signs can give us deep insight into our daily lives, talents, special qualities, and future. Knowing your star sign may also help you to overcome some of life’s difficulties.
The 12 star signs form the zodiac. In ancient Greece, the word "zodiac" meant "circle of little animals." The 12 star signs were named after animals that they resemble. We can see different star signs in the night sky depending on what month of the year it is.
Ancient Greek astronomers used the 12 divisions of the zodiac to make the study of stars and planets easier. These 12 equal divisions of the night sky are called the "signs of the zodiac" or "star signs." The 12 star signs are: the ram (Aries), the bull (Taurus), the twins (Gemini), the crab (Cancer), the lion (Leo), the maiden (Virgo), the scales (Libra), the scorpion (Scorpio), the archer (Sagittarius), the goat (Capricorn), the water carrier (Aquarius), and the fish (Pisces).
Ancient fortune-tellers believed that the movement of stars and planets affected the lives of normal people. This meant that people born under the same star sign would have similar personality traits. The study of how the zodiac affects people’s personalities came to be known as "astrology." In some countries, the use of astrology to predict the future has become a very profitable business.
Since it is hard to prove that stars and planets affect human behavior, there are many people who believe that the zodiac is merely an ancient star map with no special powers. But how can they explain why so many Cancers are always moody? It seems that the night sky does affect us, but in ways that will always remain a mystery.