Pisces Symbol


The Pisces symbol, or glyph is designed to depict two fish swimming in opposite directions. This is the Pisces horoscope symbol and the character that represents this zodiac sign.

Each zodiac sign has a special symbol, or glyph, that’s associated with the mythology behind it. For example, Libra is ruled by balance and harmony, so its glyph resembles the Scales of Justice. Pisces is symbolized by two fish swimming in opposite directions, but connected by a cord so they don’t lose each other. Almost all of the 12 zodiac signs are depicted by an animal, with the exception of Gemini, Virgo and Libra. The Pisces symbol also has a unique meaning.

What is the symbol for Pisces?

The Pisces horoscope symbol is the Fish. The Pisces sign symbol usually depicts two fish swimming in opposite directions and connected by a cord. Pisces dates typically fall from February 19 to March 20. Healing, dreams, imagination, romance, self-delusion, karma and the arts are the main Pisces traits. Thus, the Pisces symbol of the two fish swimming in opposite directions expresses the hidden agendas and psychic phenomenon of this fantasy-fueled zodiac sign. As a dreamy water sign and an anchoring mutable sign, Pisces is the zodiac’s mysterious poet, the sign known best for its compassionate nature.

To remember what symbol is Pisces, here’s a handy chart:

horoscope symbols

Although there is a standard symbol used to depict each zodiac sign, Pisces signs and symbols can vary based on the artist who renders it. You may see different Pisces symbols, spanning from the simple Pisces glyph of two conjoined fish swimming in opposing directions, to a full-on detailed drawing of the two Fishes themselves.

Pisces is ruled by Neptune and has a symbol of its own. The Neptune symbol is depicted by a trident made of a receptive crescent pointing upward for spiritual receptivity, resting on the cross of matter. This symbolizes the soul’s yearning to break free from limitations of matter and earthly existence.

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