What Zodiac Sign Would Jesus Be

There are twelve astrological ages, which correlate to the twelve zodiacal signs. An astrological age is a period of time in astrology that parallels significant changes in the evolution of Earth’s inhabitants, notably in relation to culture, society, and politics. The precession of the equinoxes, which causes astrological ages to exist, lasts for approximately 25,920 years and is known as a Great Year or Platonic Year.

Between 1 and 2150 AD, we are in the age of Pisces. Many Christian icons for Christ employ the astrological symbol for Pisces, the fishes, since the account of Christ’s birth coincides with this day. Since the personification of Christ embodies many of the temperamental and personality characteristics of a Pisces, he is regarded as an archetype of the Piscean. A code name for Jesus was the Greek word for fish, “Ikhthus,” and the twelve apostles were referred to as “fishers of mankind.” Early Christians also dubbed themselves “little fishes.” This marks the beginning of the age, or the “Great Month of Pisces,” which is also considered to be the start of the Christian religion. The Piscean sign’s apostle is known as Saint Peter.

What day did Jesus actually birth?

However, during the fourth century, there are allusions to two days that are currently commemorated as Jesus’ birthday and were well known at the time: December 25 in the western Roman Empire and January 6 in the East (especially in Egypt and Asia Minor).

How come Jesus is a Pisces?

Since February 20th, we have been in the Pisces astrological sign, thus very soon, everyone you know who is a Pisces will be having (or has recently had) a birthday!

Naming a star for a special Pisces in your life under the Pisces constellation can be the ideal choice if you’re searching for the ideal birthday present.

Here are some interesting scientific and mythology facts about Pisces in case you’re thinking of naming a star that belongs to this constellation.


Two fish, one swimming to the north and the other to the west, are used to symbolize Pisces. They’re connected with a cord.

Although we’ll talk more about how those two came to be connected with the two fish later, the fish themselves are thought to be the Greek goddess Aphrodite and her son Eros.

The sign of Pisces, which spans a huge V-shaped area, is located in the first quadrant of the Northern Hemisphere. Despite being a rather huge constellation, it is nonetheless difficult to see because of the size of the area it covers and the stars’ relative dimness. Ironically, Pisces is only visible in the Northern Hemisphere at the very early phases of autumn, even though it is in the month of February in late winter/early spring.

The brightest star in Pisces is Eta Piscium, sometimes referred to as Alpherg or Kullat Nunu. It is 316 times brighter than the sun and 294 light-years away from Earth.

In honor of the Dutch astronomer Adrian van Maanen, who made the 1917 discovery, Pisces also features a star known as “Van Maanen’s” Star. It is the nearest solitary white dwarf and the 31st closest star system to the sun, both of which are separated by only 14.1 light-years (the practice of naming stars apparently dates back many centuries).

It’s interesting to note that the Hubble Space Telescope discovered Pisces A and Pisces B, a pair of dwarf galaxies, within the constellation. Some intriguing information was discovered after researching the two; it showed that throughout time, they relocated to a nearby group of galaxies, which increased the star creation process.

What dwarf galaxies may have looked like in the distant past can be inferred from observations of the galaxies Pisces A and Pisces B.

But why are two fish connected to Pisces? We must once more look to the ancient Greeks and a mythology from long ago to comprehend it.


The Euphrates river is thought to have been the location of the mythological events associated with this constellation. This suggests that the tale may have been modified from an even older tale that the Babylonians passed down to the Greeks. But let’s keep the story itself in mind.

The Olympian deities had won. Even though the Titans had been completely vanquished, there were individuals who continued to plot the demise of the Gods while they were safe.

Typhon, the Titan Tartarus’ son, and Gaia set out to exact the ultimate revenge on the Olympians and finally defeat them because they were incensed by what they had done.

Even Gods were afraid to openly confront Typhon since he was the most terrifying creature the world had ever seen.

Typhon came saw Aphrodite and Eros as they were strolling by the Euphrates River (Venus and Cupid in Roman mythology).

The Olympians triumphed despite the Typhoon’s onslaught leaving many other people dead.

Zues arranged the fish amid the stars to represent the Pisces constellation as a way to commemorate the win.

That tale is really interesting. The folklore around Pieces, however, is more intriguing and may point to a 2000-year-old cover-up!

Some claim that Jesus Christ’s identity may be revealed through the constellation Pieces.


According to one idea, the historical Christ image might not have arisen from a Jewish rabbi speaking in Galilee, but rather from paganism and astrology.

According to one theory, Jesus was originally an avatar of the Pisces constellation; he was a personification of the sky’s motion at the beginning of the Age of Pisces. The activities of the early Christians, who utilized the fish as a symbol of Jesus, provide evidence for this.

Although intriguing (and rather contentious), it should be highlighted that it’s highly unlikely that this is the case. Why then did the fish have such a big role in early Christianity?

Because early Christians faced persecution, they were unable to publicly identify as Christians. So they represented Jesus as a fish. Iesus CHristos Theou Uios Soter, also known as “Jesus Christ Son Of God the Saviour,” is the abbreviation for the Greek word for fish, ICHTUS.

Therefore, there is no grand conspiracyonly a misinterpretation of the symbol’s history and its significance to various parties at various epochs.

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Therefore, here are some intriguing Pieces-related facts for you! Let us know on our social media if you decide to dedicate, name, or adopt a star for that important Pisces in your life.

Also, if you reside in the UK, don’t forget that Mother’s Day is coming up in less than a week! 11th of March 2018

Sagittarius: IS IT A GOD?

The god Nergal, who resembled a centaur and shot arrows from a bow, was identified by the Babylonians as Sagittarius. It is frequently seen with wings, two headsone panther head and one human headand a scorpion’s stinger rising above the horse’s tail that is most typically depicted as its tail. Pabil, which means “older paternal kinsman,” and Sag, which means “chief, head,” make up the Sumerian name Pabilsag. As a result, the name might be interpreted as “Forefather” or “Chief Ancestor.” The figure is evocative of contemporary images of Sagittarius.

Are the Capricorns Gods?

In contrast to how Capricorn is typically portrayedas a goat or sea goatin Greek mythology, he is the God Pan. Pan reigned over flocks, shepherds, and the woods and forests. He was a man from the waist up, but from the waist down he was a goat with ears and horns. He was a small horny guy who was constantly attempting to catch nymphs who would run away from him due to his appearance. He ultimately evolved into the God of Nature, and some of his traitssuch as sexuality and a love of the natural worldhave shaped the personalities of those born under this sign.

Jesus, did he have a wife?

The question of whether Jesus Christ was married is being revived by an ancient document.

Of course, the majority of Christians think he wasn’t. But today, Karen King, a professor of divinity at Harvard, displayed a fragment of fourth-century papyrus. She revealed to a group of academics in Rome that the following shocking phrase was written in Coptic: “Jesus said to them, ‘My wife…’ “

Even though there is no trustworthy historical evidence to back up this claim, King stated in a news release that “Christian tradition has long held that Jesus was not married.” “Although this new gospel does not provide evidence that Jesus was married, it does inform us that the issue only came up during heated discussions about marriage and sexuality. Christians debated whether it was preferable to marry or not from the beginning, but it took them more than a century after Jesus’ death before they started using his married status as evidence to bolster their claims.”

According to King, this new gospel also reveals that some early Christians thought Jesus was actually married.

Jesus was born in June or July, right?

The majority of academics believe that the Star of Bethlehem story is more of a religious fiction with literary and theological merit than a historical narrative.

However, efforts have been made to interpret it as an astronomical event, which would potentially help date the birth of Jesus by using historic astronomical data or contemporary astronomical computations.

Johannes Kepler made the first such attempt, reading the tale to mean a Great Conjunction of the planets Jupiter and Saturn.

Cambridge University The “Star of Bethlehem” was most likely a comet in the early 5 BCE, according to Professor Colin Humphreys’ argument in the Quarterly Journal of the Royal Astronomical Society, placing the birth of Jesus in or around April 5 BCE.

In addition, a tight planetary conjunction between Venus and Jupiter in 2 BCE has been taken into account.