Aquarius: Physical Qualities and Activities · zodiacal signs explained  ·  February 22, 2024, 8:52 GMT
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Aquarius: Physical Qualities and Activities

Aquarius: Physical Qualities and Activities - Zodiacal signs explained

Astrology of Aquarius: Physical Qualities and Activities Aquarians are far and away the most physically attractive sign in the zodiac, especially around the eyes, because the sign rules that area (as well as the lower legs). Just as the boy in the hieroglyph is beautiful because of a few soft feminine features, so too is each Aquarian blessed with androgynous good looks: men will have a feminine feature or two, women a masculine few. Most Aquarians have angular faces, not round, and slight builds. Each step is rather light, and the independent streak shows in how an Aquarian manages to avoid bumping into people.

The list of beautiful female Aquarians, then, is quite long: Jeanne Moreau, Tallulah Bankhead, Mia Farrow, Kim Novak, Vanessa Redgrave, Princess Caroline, Geena Davis, Nastassia Kinski, Katherine Ross, Suzanne Pleshette, Princess Stephanie, Christie Brinkley, Barbara Hershey, Lana Turner, Tina Louise, Jane Seymour, Cybil Shepherd, and Vanna White.

Handsome male Aquarians include Clark Gable, James Dean, Charles Lindbergh, Placido Domingo, Rutger Hauer, Humphrey Bogart, Neil Diamond, Paul Newman, Wayne Gretsky, Mikhail Baryshnikov, Tom Selleck, John Forsythe, Tom Brokaw, Nick Nolte, Robert Wagner, Burt Reynolds, Matt Dillon, and John Travolta.

As an Aquarian, you're not much into sports, although you do enjoy being part of a team. This manifests itself in an interest in being on social committees or in charity groups. You're also interested in scientific pursuits, so you're happy to spend your time building a ham radio, or going to an aeronautics museum, or reading science fiction.

(Isabella: Astrology & Palmistry)

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