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Aquarius, Take This Test to Predict Your 2024 Horoscope

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A new year is a great chance to make changes and focus on what you really want. But pesky old fate loves to throw a spanner in the works and keep you on your toes. Wouldn't it be great to get a sneaky peek at what's to come? As an Aquarius, you're well-equipped to handle whatever the world, and the new year, throw at you. Creative, innovative, and whipsmart, you're among the most resourceful of signs. This sure comes in handy when the universe starts to get a bit wacky and tries to interfere with your well-laid plans! Still, it's always good to have an idea of what you're dealing with, and we know that Aquarian curiosity is bound to have you intrigued. So take this quiz to discover your personal 2024 forecast. What does fate have waiting for you? And how can you use your own particular Aquarius archetype to navigate the challenges and opportunities ahead? Just answer these quick questions to find out.

History Lesson

Aquarius: The Water-Bearer's Tale

Aquarius, a constellation in the zodiac, carries a rich mythology, often associated with the figure of a water-bearer. In ancient times, this constellation was linked to the Babylonian god Ea, known for holding an overflowing vase. Greek mythology connects Aquarius to Ganymede, a beautiful youth whom Zeus brought to Olympus to serve as a cupbearer to the gods. This tale symbolizes the pouring out of knowledge and life, echoing the constellation's representation as a figure spilling water.

Another layer to Aquarius' story comes from the Egyptians, who saw the constellation as the cause of the annual flooding of the Nile, a source of fertility and prosperity. This interpretation highlights the importance of water and its life-giving properties in ancient cultures. Aquarius' association with water and the life it sustains is a central theme in the mythology surrounding the constellation.

Over time, Aquarius has been depicted in various forms, from a simple water carrier to a symbol of cosmic knowledge. This evolution reflects the human tendency to imbue celestial bodies with stories and meanings that resonate with their cultures and beliefs.

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Did you know?

A quick history of the Zodiac

The word 'zodiac' comes from the Ancient Greek zōdiakòs kýklos, which means 'cycle/circle of little animals'. The zodiac's role in astrology originated in Babylonian times when astronomers divided the sky into 12 and designated each to an astrological 'star sign' in the 1st millennium BC. By the 2nd century BC, the zodiac had become part of Greek astronomy, and not long after that, it was communicated into the Hindu zodiac. It was during the Ancient Greek period that the 12 star signs that we know today were formalized and recorded. Each is named after a constellation, and their corresponding dates are based on their placement in the sky, and relation to the sun, throughout the year. Interestingly though, the earth has since moved on its axis, meaning a shift in the timing for the signs. If you struggle to remember all the signs or the order they come in, you can memorize this short poem by Isaac Watts to help:

"The ram, the bull, the heavenly twins, And next the crab, the lion shines, then The virgin and the scales, The scorpion, archer, and the goat, The man who holds the watering pot, And fish with glittering scales."

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