The fish in the Pisces symbol are meant to represent the duality within the Pisces personality. The story of Pisces originates with the Greek God Typhon. Typhon was considered dangerous and deadly. When he made his way to Mount Olympus one day, all of the gods and goddesses fled and shapeshifted into different animals.
Aphrodite and Eros, the Goddess and God of Love, were the only two not to turn into another animal. Two fish are said to have appeared to them and let the two ride away to safety on their backs. As a token of thanks, the two fish were placed into the sky as a constellation and therefore named “Pisces.”
The zodiac Pisces is ruled by Neptune, the celestial body governing creativity and dreams. Neptune also oversees illusion and escapism which is something to watch out for in a Piscean, especially if you’re a sun sign.
The most unique thing about those born under the Pisces sun is that they hold characteristics of all the other zodiac signs. They’re the most relatable of the zodiac and have no trouble making friends. Although Pisceans are easily approachable, alone time is a must with them. Not doing so opens them up to the increased possibility of being used or manipulated.
Spending time alone allows the Pisces to recharge their internal batteries and keep in touch with themselves. Pisceans are also notably good when it comes to art and creativity. When they love, they love hard and letting go of attachments can become an issue.
Perhaps the best thing about a Piscean is how strong their intuition is. These people have next level instincts and you’ll find that they’re rarely wrong about anything. On the other hand, a Piscean’s downfall is their emotional instability and oversensitivity.