Hello friend, and thank you for taking time out of your quest to save the word to visit here. I’ve been wanting to share with you about the constellation for which you are named.
Aquarius is one of the oldest noted constellations. Thousands of years ago, the part of sky in which Aquarius shines was known as “The Sea,” and the constellations in this part of the sky, including Capricorn (a sea goat) and Pisces (a fish), relate to water. Admittedly, it takes a lot of imagination to link together the image of a person carrying water out of the mostly dim stars that make up the Aquarian constellation. Then again, imagination is what the Aquarius energy is all about.
Aquarius is the sign of the water bearer. In a civilized place where relatively clean water comes out of the taps or can be bought in a bottle at the local convenience store for a dollar, we tend to take H20 for granted. That is, until something catastrophic happens to remind us how fragile humankind really is. We can live without food for over a month, but without clean water we can be gonners in under 100 hours. These insights are key to understanding the Aquarius energy, which is to generously bring what is needed to the party. This friendly energy has less to do with social nicety and popularity than it does to do with the fact that humans need one another. Without contact, just like without water, we all will perish.
More Aquarian insights can be found in: Rock Your Stars, the Astrological Guide to Getting it All by Holiday Mathis