Updated: July 3, 2021
Aquarius is the eleventh sign of the Zodiac. All those who are born between the dates of January 21st and February 19th come under the magical influence of this sign. Aquarius is symbolized by the picture of the Water Bearer, whose equally weighted scales show the true love of the Aquarius for equality and balance. John Travolta, Joanne Woodward, and Vanessa Redgrave are also Aquarians. The Aquarians are strong thinkers. Their radical approach to problem-solving may be a bit risky, but since they are very skilled at conflict resolution, things always work out the way they expect them to. They bear strong eccentric qualities, and are also very rebellious and outspoken in their nature.
Aquarius individuals are quite the rebels, but they also make pretty good team players. The reason for this is that they can always appreciate the talents in others. They are able to compromise in professional work, and see the greater good in all motives. They are demanding, inspiring, and perfectionist. They are also very critical and organized in their work.
Aquarians are very concerned with issues related to fairness, freedom, and equality. For this reason, they tend to be a bit more progressive in their lifestyle. They might be seen doing charitable work, but they do it in a detached and practical manner, and are usually not emotionally involved in such actions.
Aquarians might be afraid of losing their independent streak, but this does not keep them from falling in love. For the strong Aquarian heart, love is a clear and serious emotion. Games, jealousy, and infidelity will not go over well with this sign.
Those born under the sign of Aquarius prefer not to make a bold display of their emotions. They are logical, fair, and practical in their every move, but do not make very romantic partners. They are excellent friends and will always be respectful towards their partner. They will also always be deeply caring for the ones they love the most.