Sign And Symbols
- Zodiac Symbol – Virgin
- Duration – August 23 – September 23 (2018)
- Constellation – Virgo
- Zodiac Element – Earth
- Zodiac Quality – Mutable
- Sign Ruler – Mercury (ancient), Ceres (modern)
- Detriment – Jupiter (ancient), Neptune (modern)
- Exaltation – Mercury
- Fall – Venus, Earth
Virgo, 2018 is your year to get intense! Intensity has its ups and downs, and you can make the most of the ups while coping skillfully with any downs.
When the sun enters Virgo, the moon conjoins go-for-broke Pluto in the most pragmatic of signs, Capricorn. This intensity colors your whole year.
Your planet Mercury has three retrogrades this year, all of them in fire signs (Aries in April, Leo in August, Sagittarius in November). After each retrograde, feel impassioned about yourself and your life, and watch everything fall into place for you.
Earth signs empower you, too. Uranus enters Taurus to keep finances and sensual pleasures reliable, as well as electrifying.
Saturn is retrograde in Capricorn from April until early September. Late August and early September will be powerful times for you.
Mars is retrograde from late June to late August, concluding in the final degrees of work-oriented Capricorn. Take your time and make no mistakes in your career and social lives.
And yes, it’s a socially busy year. Enjoy it all!
Stronger, Smarter, Better, Hotter… your 2018 Horoscope will guide you where you’ve never been!
Virgo is the sixth astrological sign in the Zodiac. Virgo is the second-largest constellation. It spans the 150-180th degree of the zodiac. Under the tropical zodiac, the Sun transits this area on average between August 22 and September 22, and under the sidereal zodiac, the sun transits the constellation of Virgo from September 17 to October 17. Individuals born during these dates, depending on which system of astrology they subscribe to, may be called Virgos or Virgoans. The symbol of the maiden is based on Astraea. In Greek mythology, she was the last immortal to abandon Earth at the end of the Silver Age, when the gods fled to Olympus – hence the sign’s association with Earth