January 20th - February 18th
Aquarians are archetypical outcasts. This doesn’t mean they’re loners. In fact, they thrive in large groups—charming you with their peculiar senses of humor, intriguing you with fun facts about the history of disposable straws, or convincing you to join their reading group. The alienation they feel is often self-imposed—a result of their knee-jerk contrarianism, rather than a lack of social intelligence.
They are destined to live their lives in direct opposition to the current world. In fact, they are world-builders. An entire universe exists in their heads, and this universe adheres to its own set of logic that doesn’t map onto reality. To them, emotions are just holes in their idealistic vessels. Why succumb to sensitivity when there is so much knowledge to acquire, so many problems to be solved, worlds to invent? Aquarians make very good acquaintances. They are friendly people, but their enigmatic nature makes them difficult to get close to. You can know an Aquarius for years and still feel like you don’t know anything about their personal lives. When you ask them about themselves, they talk about the impending environmental catastrophe, or else repeat facts from the last documentary they watched.
This handmade Aquarius Pendant uses Amethyst at the clasp. Amethyst is an Aquarius stone that brings the Aquarius sun sign in touch with their intuition and spiritual guidance. By doing so, it helps Aquarians determine the best course of action as they move into their new future. It also helps to reduce the stress that comes along with their need to change the world, and it gives them patience as they wait for others to catch up to their big ideas.
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