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All About The Celtic Zodiac

When you come to think about it, you can think of druid star symbols as a combination of both the Chinese zodiac and the celestial zodiac signs. The astrology of the Celts uses animal signs like the Chinese horoscope, however, instead of using the year of both, it uses the month and day of birth of the person (like the star signs) to layout the horoscope of the person.

The use of animals really isn't surprising considering that the Celts were in-tune with the animal world. What are the different Celtic zodiac signs? Read below to know.

Deer People who were born from between 24 to January 20 are affiliated with the stag or deer. People born under this sign are generally patient, thorough, and persistent in achieving their goals. They don't give up easy.

Cat - If you were born from January 21 to February 17, you have a strong affiliation with the cat. Cat people are intelligent with a quick wit and impeccable reasoning abilites. You have a new perspective on things and you tend to be very generous, although you may seem aloof at first glance.

Snake People who have their birthdays from between February 18 to March 17 belong to the snake sign. They are cool yet lively. They are naturally curious, are natural communicators, and can be persuasive.

Fox (March 18 to April 14) Fox people have an untamable force about them that forces them to take on new adventures and exotic vacations. They are also amazingly loyal as friends. For them, once a friend, always a friend.

Bull (April 15 to May 12) People born under the bull sign are naturally strong and stable. They are the kind of people you run to if you need a shoulder to cry on.

Seahorse (May 13 to June 9) People born under the seahors sign are naturally resourceful and flexible. They are very good with money and make for even better lawyers.

Wren (June 10 to July 7) The wren is a type of bird that figures in the Celtic horoscope. People born under this sign are known to have a sunny disposition, and are self-motivated.

Other animals belonging to the pantheon of the Celtic zodiac are the horse (July 8 to August 4), fish (August 5 to September 1), Swan (September 2 to September 29), butterfly (September 30 to October 27), Wolf (October 28 to November 24, and hawk (November 25 to December 23).


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