Ruled by Uranus, the planet of revolution, Aquarius is attracted to new ideas and alternatives – but at the same time it can also be very stubborn about changing its thinking once it has made up its mind. The revolutionary slogan, ‘liberty, equality and fraternity’, perfectly sums up Aquarius’s need for freedom, its strong sense of brotherhood, and its egalitarian approach to relationships.Because there’s rarely much ego about this sign, it’s not looking for special treatment or to be put on some kind of pedestal. Better switch on and tune in if you’re dating an Aquarius!Welcome to the most original, the most unconventional, and the most forward-thinking star sign – the sign least likely to run with the herd, most likely to blow your mind, and probably the biggest natural born rebel in the Zodiac. Well if you’re fairly traditional, you hate weirdos and you’re easily embarrassed, you might find Aquarius's non-conformism a bit uncomfortable.Aquarius man 20 January – 19 February Introduction: He’s inquisitive, he’s ambitious, he’s energetic.He is a man who likes to know what’s on your mind, but is not one to disclose what’s on his.
What follows is a detailed breakdown Aquarius, including information about this Zodiac’s symbol.
Greek mythology (Circa 550 BC) suggests the symbol itself is based on the story of Ganymede, a handsome young prince who was reported to be the most beautiful in all of Hellenistic Troy.
Ganymede was a servant to Zeus – King of Mount Olympus and of all other Greek Gods.
And the spectrum of emotions that he displays like flashes of lightening will keep you intrigued. There are two distinct types of men under this zodiac sign.
The Aquarian man falling under the first 40 per cent is cynical, opinionated and eccentric and shows strong traits of aggressiveness.