Aquarius is ruled by Saturn and the element of Air. It is a masculine, positive fixed sign. The opposing sign is Leo. Aquarian energy is about coming together, being inclusive, bringing about change for change's sake. Big change. Aquarius hates the status quo. Aquarius energy is unpredictable with sudden flashes of brilliant insight. It is willing to cut all ties to make a fresh start. It is also about being self-sufficient and free, supporting individualism while working toward the betterment of mankind as a whole. Above all, Aquarian energy is about daring to be different.

Aquarian People

If you are dealing with an Aquarian person, you are probably dealing with a tall person with long bone structure, wide laughing eyes, long, slender hands and feet and a clear voice.
He or she is likely to be honest and loyal to a fault, yet somewhat emotionally detached. He or she is independent and intellectual, sometimes a bit of a know-it-all and prone to argument. This person cares about humanitarian issues and is able to come up with creative solutions to problems. He or she is also somewhat unpredictable and may be a bit shocking. Aquarians do not like show-offs (though they enjoy recognition for their own accomplishments) or overly emotional people and value their freedom immensely.
This person was born sometime between January 21st and February 20th.

Aquarian Health Issues

Aquarius rules the joints, especially the ankles, the calves, the nervous system, lymphatic and circular vessels; heart, spine, throat and gonads.

Using Aquarian Energy for Magick

Aquarian energy is not helpful for magic for oneself. Instead focus your magical attention on any organizations, businesses or groups you wish to support. This is also good energy for attacting new friends, employees or group members, to strengthen ties between friends and co-workers, and to reveal hidden secrets. This is also good energy for dream work.

Aquarian Foods

The health of Aquarian people is best maintained by the following foods:
anchovies, allspice, anise seed, celery, cheese, lemon, lime, mousse, ice cream, sorbet, meringues, pumpkin seeds, sesame seeds, sunflower seeds, bread, chives, sweet cicely, onions, tomatoes, almonds, eggs, apples, spinach, peaches, pecans, lentils, saurkraut, swiss chard