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What's Your Sign

Aquarius: Sign of the Water Bearer

Element: Fixed Air • Ruled by: Uranus • Rules: Legs & Ankles • Motto: “I Know”

FAMOUS AQUARIANS of the 1970s

Johnny Rotten/John Lydon •Malcolm McLaren • Alice Cooper • Mia Farrow • Burt Reynolds • Mikhail Baryshnikov • Carl Bernstein  • Neil Diamond • Eddie Van Halen • John Belushi • Steve Perry • Jack Nicklaus • Cybill Shepherd

HORROSCOPE: When Aquarius Goes Bad

Jerry Springer

Aquarians are inventive souls, often brilliant, people-oriented, and social-minded. They can be quite fixed in their ideas and detached in their emotional relationships, for they approach life through the mind. This sign produces some highly individualistic people—rebellious types, in fact. Noted for a strong aversion to restraint, Aquarius must march to the tune of his or her own drum. Aquarius is the sign of visionaries, unconventionality and intellectual independence. Aquarius are the people who deviate from the crowd and go their own way. They are always after intellectual stimulation, constantly discovering something new, forming new opinions and stubbornly traveling their way regardless of what other people think. Aquarius are filled with paradoxes and they are interested in the opposite ends of the spectrum.

They are verbally skilled and very witty, they observe people and learn how to interact with others through observation. They can be masters of manipulation justifying anything they do or think. As a result, they can deal with any type of personality and adapt to any situation. They welcome change because boredom is their enemy. Anything new is an opportunity to Aquarius. Aquarius can act as an expert on any topic, they are very good at inflating their own importance, they feel it is deserved because their eccentricity makes them unique. Conventional people beware, Aquarius likes to shock and deviate from the norm, this is how they live. Aquarius is known to pick at anyone they find weak or dull-minded. It is simply an easy target for verbal exercise for them, no harm is meant but it might be taken from the other person. Deep inside, Aquarius would never intentionally hurt anyone, they have respect for every human, even thought this might not seem apparent to the more emotional types.

Although they can easily adapt to the energy that surrounds them, Aquarius-born have a deep need to be some time alone and away from everything, in order to restore power. People born under the Aquarius sign, look at the world as a place full of possibilities.

The biggest problem for Aquarius-born is the feeling that they are limited or constrained. Because of the desire for freedom and equality for all, they will always strive to ensure freedom of speech and movement. Aquarius-born have a reputation for being cold and insensitive persons, but this is just their defense mechanism against premature intimacy. They need to learn to trust others and express their emotions in a healthy way.

Aquarius

Bright Side:

– Progressive
– Unconventional
– Humanitarian
– Independent
– Inventive

Dark Side:

– Unemotional
– Sarcastic
– Radical
– Aloof
– Tempermental

Aquarius

Aquarians are inventive souls, often brilliant, people-oriented, and social-minded. They can be quite fixed in their ideas and detached in their emotional relationships, for they approach life through the mind. This sign produces some highly individualistic people—rebellious types, in fact. Noted for a strong aversion to restraint, Aquarius must march to the tune of his or her own drum. Aquarius is the sign of visionaries, unconventionality and intellectual independence. Aquarius are the people who deviate from the crowd and go their own way. They are always after intellectual stimulation, constantly discovering something new, forming new opinions and stubbornly traveling their way regardless of what other people think. Aquarius are filled with paradoxes and they are interested in the opposite ends of the spectrum.

They are verbally skilled and very witty, they observe people and learn how to interact with others through observation. They can be masters of manipulation justifying anything they do or think. As a result, they can deal with any type of personality and adapt to any situation. They welcome change because boredom is their enemy. Anything new is an opportunity to Aquarius. Aquarius can act as an expert on any topic, they are very good at inflating their own importance, they feel it is deserved because their eccentricity makes them unique. Conventional people beware, Aquarius likes to shock and deviate from the norm, this is how they live. Aquarius is known to pick at anyone they find weak or dull-minded. It is simply an easy target for verbal exercise for them, no harm is meant but it might be taken from the other person. Deep inside, Aquarius would never intentionally hurt anyone, they have respect for every human, even thought this might not seem apparent to the more emotional types.

Although they can easily adapt to the energy that surrounds them, Aquarius-born have a deep need to be some time alone and away from everything, in order to restore power. People born under the Aquarius sign, look at the world as a place full of possibilities.

The biggest problem for Aquarius-born is the feeling that they are limited or constrained. Because of the desire for freedom and equality for all, they will always strive to ensure freedom of speech and movement. Aquarius-born have a reputation for being cold and insensitive persons, but this is just their defense mechanism against premature intimacy. They need to learn to trust others and express their emotions in a healthy way.

Bright Side:

– Progressive
– Unconventional
– Humanitarian
– Independent
– Inventive

Dark Side:

– Unemotional
– Sarcastic
– Radical
– Aloof
– Tempermental

Rock Your Sign

Nosetouch Press proudly presents our Zodiac-themed merchandise ahead of our highly anticipated anthology: Blood, Sweat, and Fears: Horror Inspired by the 1970s. We’re talking groovy t-shirts, beer steins, and more, man! Drop by and dig all the far out merch we’ve got!

Blood, Sweat, and Fears:
Horror Inspired by the 1970s

The 1970s were a transitional decade. The hangover from the swinging 1960s, and before the plastic, neon decadence of the 1980s. Fueled by war, popular protests, flagrant abuse of power, environmental shocks and economic discord, the 1970s were a synthesis of paranoia and partying in a rapidly changing world. Blood, Sweat, and Fears: Horror Inspired by the 1970s takes readers back to that diabolical decade, in an unforgettable collection of ten stories that conjure the nightmare of the 70s for a new generation.

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