The Pisces is almost like the grandfather of all sun signs, it is the twelfth one and hence carries with it the qualities of all the signs.
Pisces has the Virgo’s attention to detail, Aries enthusiasm and idealism, Libra’s fairness and detachment as well as its love for all things pleasurable.
They carry a Cancerean’s love of cribbing as well as their wild side; a tendency to tease and analyze like the Aquarians, they show the Sagittarian’s generosity and honesty and sometimes can be like the extroverted Leo.
They carry a Capricorn’s sense of envy and duty of social distinction, Gemini’s wittiness and quickness; and lastly, a tendency to be lazy and calm like the Taureans.
It is very difficult to get a violent or even non-violent stir out of a Pisces-born because they look at the world through their rose-colored glasses and are usually the last ones to acknowledge the seamier side of life.
They hate to be confines into anything, be it a nine-to-five job or the drudgery of everyday living. The fish, as is the symbol of Pisces, is not meant to be put in aquariums.
They are determined to not get swept up in the frenzy of acquiring material possessions or anything so flighty. They take everything in their stride and being more aware than anyone else of this life’s transient quality.
A Pisces will find routine stifling and will frequently slip under the water and lose its mind into sub-conscious dreaming. Once they fall in this trap, however, they can easily lose their grip on reality.
To stay grounded, the Piscess needs a sort of a routine that they can willingly follow.
The Key planet of Pisces is Neptune, its colors are lilac and sea green, and the element is water.
The stones associated with Pisces are bloodstone and cat’s eye. It rules the twelfth house of the horoscope, which is the house of subconscious and its corresponding tarot card is The Moon.