What’s Your Ancient Egyptian Horoscope Sign?

Thoth (Aug 29 – Sept 27) Sphinx (Dec 27 – Jan 25) Amun (April 26 – May 25)
Horus (Sept 28 – Oct  27) Shu (Jan 26 – Feb 24) Hathor (May 26 – June 24)
Wadjet (Oct 28 – Nov 26) Isis (Feb 25 – Mar 26) Phoenix (June 25 – July 24)
Sekhmet (Nov 27 – Dec 26) Osiris (Mar 27 – April 25) Anubis (July 25 – Aug 28)

Use the chart above to calculate your Egyptian zodiac sign and scroll down for astrology information.

Thoth (Aug 29 – Sept 27)
YOU: Are great at solving problems. You can master an artistic pursuit should you put your mind to it. You have a special talent for writing. You’re capable of taking command, and of helping friends in need. You remember to listen carefully to others in your group, knowing that two heads are often better than one. This way, you always have the respect and love of your friends and classmates.
HOW FRIENDS AND FAMILY SEE YOU: flexible, methodical, original, & precise

Herb: thyme
Stone: carnelian
Tree: quince
Animal: ibis
Flower: marigold
Guardian: Egyptian god Thoth, God of Learning. Thoth is often shown with a writing palette.

Horus (Sept 28 – Oct  27)
YOU: Courageously fight for what you believe in. You’re like the shining sun, brightening the lives of your friends and family. You choose your battles wisely. You know that sometimes the best battles are won through weighing the opposite side’s point of view and finding common ground.

HOW FRIENDS AND FAMILY SEE YOU: optimistic, sociable, motivated & courageous.

Herb: Rosemary
Stone: Citrine
Tree: Acacia
Animal: Falcon
Flower: Carnation
Guardian: Egyptian god Horus, God of the Sky. Horus often represents kingship.

Wadjet (Oct 28 – Nov 26)
YOU: Have strong family values. You love family traditions, and love creating new traditions with your extended family–in other words, your best friends! You are also kind and respectful to those outside your ‘inner circle’. You realize there’s always a chance that, someday, those people could become cherished friends, too.

loyal, altruistic, rational & cautious.

Herb: Mustard

Stone: Amethyst
Tree: Ash
Animal: Serpent
Flower: Hyacinth
Guardian: Egyptian goddess Wadjet, Cobra Goddess. Wadjet is often seen protecting kings and justice

Sekhmet (Nov 27 – Dec 26)
YOU: Delight your friends with your humor, and are a joy to be around. You lighten your friends’ troubles during hard times. You have the grace and speed of a lion or a cat, and can do well in athletic pursuits should you choose to do them. You are so light on your feet that your friends and family may seem slow at times. However, you stay patient, and they love you for this.

HOW FRIENDS AND FAMILY SEE YOU: intelligent, witty, eloquent & optimistic.

Herb: Pepper.
Stone: Tiger’s Eye.
Tree: Sandalwood.
Animal: Lioness.
Flower: Poppy.
Guardian: Egyptian goddess Sekhmet, Lion Goddess of War. Sekhmet can be found on the
battlefield, fighting for what’s right.

Sphinx (Dec 27 – Jan 25)
YOU: Delight your friends with your mysterious nature. You can make the most mundane situations seem fascinating. You may even have a talent to divine the future, and can help your friends sort out problems. You remember that, while you love pondering the riddles in life, you have both hands and feet strongly rooted to the earth. You can be straightforward and completely grounded when you need to be.

HOW FRIENDS AND FAMILY SEE YOU: adaptable, discerning, serious, & foresighted

Herb: Coriander.
Stone: Quartz.
Tree: Almond.
Animal: Lion.
Flower: Lily.
Guardian: Egyptian Sphinx, God of Treasures and Transformation

Shu (Jan 26 – Feb 24)
YOU: Are incredibly creative. You enjoy using your artistic talents for the delight of your friends and family–whether through drawing or cartooning, cooking or baking, writing stories or poetry. If you can imagine it, you can do it. You remember any artistic pursuit takes time to fully develop, and once you decide upon a course, you follow through, knowing there will be challenges along the way.

HOW FRIENDS AND FAMILY SEE YOU: humorous, creative, principled & conscientious

Herb: Lemon balm.
Stone: Moonstone.
Tree: Silver Birch.
Animal: Swallow.
Flower: Iris.
Guardian: Egyptian godddess Shu, Goddess of Sunlight and Wind. Shu is depicted wearing an ostrich feather, holding up the sky.

Isis (Feb 25 – Mar 26)
YOU: Have a strong love of honor, and a wonderfully idealistic view of the world. Your humor, confidence, and kindness make you popular among friends. You enjoy being active, and your example encourages others to be active, too. When times are serious, you withdraw to think on your own. You remember, however, that trustworthy friends are there for you and make great listening boards.

HOW FRIENDS AND FAMILY SEE YOU: honorable, self-confident & active

Herb: Tarragon.
Stone: Lapis Lazuli.
Tree: Sycamore.
Animal: Cat.
Flower: Rose.
Guardian: Egyptian goddess Isis, Goddess of Protection, her broad wings can enfold others in safety.

Osiris Amun (April 26 – May 25)
YOU:Are born with an amazing talent: you transform old and tired things into something new and exciting. Your friends and family enjoy being around your flair for setting trends. You love “before and afters”, whether it’s helping people find new styles or making over your bedroom into a cool place to spend time with friends. Someday, you might make over a failing company and turn it into the hot new thing!

HOW FRIENDS AND FAMILY SEE YOU:    energetic, generous, quick-witted, & curious

Herb: Basil.
Stone: Moss agate.
Tree: Ceder.
Animal: Scarab.
Flower: Violet.
Guardian: Egyptian god Osiris, God of Renewal and Rebirth


YOU:Are an excellent and energetic leader; you lead through inspiration and never tell people what to do. When it comes to school projects and team sports, all your friends want to partner up with you! Friends and family often come to you for guidance. You listen carefully, and only suggest answers that you know are within that person’s ability.

HOW FRIENDS AND FAMILY SEE YOU:    strong willed, confident, good leader & resolute

Stone: Turquoise.
Tree: Oak.
Animal: Ram.
Flower: Bluebell.
Guardian: Egyptian god Amun, God of construction. He’s depicted constructing the world around us.

YOU: Love everything about this life, from your friends and family, to the world around you. You show people how to find luxury in the simple stuff. You encourage people to do things like lie in a field of soft grass on a sunny afternoon and watch the fluffy clouds float past. Never jealous, instead you champion the success of others, whether in school, love or competition. This way, good things come to you, simply because you take so much enjoyment in them!

HOW FRIENDS AND FAMILY SEE YOU:     extrovert, charming, enthusiastic & romantic

Stone: Jasper.
Tree: Elm.
Animal: Cow.
Flower: Cowslip.
Guardian: Egyptian goddess Hathor, Goddess of Love

YOU:Have the amazing ability to create possibilities out of nothing. You are extremely optimistic because you know that failure simply means ‘one possibility down, fewer tries to go!’. You encourage friends and family to keep going, keep trying, when all they see is a big wall in the way. You take calculated risks. You enjoy time alone, but also know that time spent amongst friends and family are what make life and its triumphs–big or small–meaningful.

HOW FRIENDS AND FAMILY SEE YOU:     resilient, determined, flexible, & inspiring

Stone: Amber.
Tree: Alder.
Animal: Lyrebird.
Flower: Daffodil.
Guardian: Egyptian god Pheonix, God of ResurrectionPhoenix

YOU:Are widely respected amongst your friends and family. They love you because you do what you say you will. You have great determination and the ability to finish what you begin. You rely on your inner knowledge to discover truths about yourself and the world around you, and this insight is helpful to you and others. When things around you seem to be falling apart, you are the one who keeps them together. You always do this in a calm, kind way.

HOW FRIENDS AND FAMILY SEE YOU: sympathetic, sensitive, strong, & spirited

Herb: Savory.
Stone: Obsidian.
Tree: Yew.
Animal: Jackal.
Flower: Foxglove.
Guardian: Egyptian god Anubis, God of the Spirit World

DID YOU KNOW? Ancient Egyptians were early pioneers of astrology.
When a child was born, priests sometimes drew a star chart for the parents. Egyptian architects also looked to the heavens for inspiration. Some of ancient Egypt’s most impressive monuments, including certain pyramids, were designed to line up with the stars at different seasons throughout the yearAmun

Source: EgyptAbout


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