Whats the relationship like between a pisces and leo?
Answer by Beth L
you can look that up online under astrology. but you know every person is different so really you may get a vague idea but you can’t be certain that your leo is going to act just like other leos and the same with pisces although they say water signs should date water signs so pisces should date scorpios and cancers. but give it a try you never know. the leo might help the pisces not to think too much and not to take everything to heart. and the pisces might help leo find more meaning in life. they tend to be flighty
Answer by mooredo_1
Leo will always like to be a ruler of the family and Pisces will never mind as they want to be back seated. Pisces readily agrees to the decisions made by the Lions. This is the positive point which builds up the strong affection between them. Leo appreciates her tranquility and compassion whereas she is fascinated by his muscle power. This helps the love match to have a high compatibility. Leo has to put in efforts to know his Pisces partner as they have a reserved nature. Their is no place for quarrels in this relationship.
Answer by tanh438
The relationship between a pisces and a leo is a good one. Both of the signs complete each other. Pisces is in general a caring and sensitive person so that pisces can show that to the leo. The Leo on the other hand, pushes the pisces to succeed and to make them do things that they thought that they could never do. Both of the signs get along very well together.
Answer by preciousa7x
When Leo and Pisces join together in a love match, each partner enjoys the new perspective the other brings to life in general. Leo is a strong and assertive Sign, being free to do what they want and taking command of their surroundings. Pisces is quieter and more reserved and introspective. In many ways the two are polar opposites, yet both are dreamers at heart. When they care for one another, they each fill the other’s voids and have a caring, mutually beneficial relationship.
Leo is a natural leader and in a relationship with Pisces often becomes the guardian of their weaker partner. Pisces, in turn, gives Leo the audience they need for their ambitions and social performances. Pisces is a Sign that, like Water, fills whatever container it is poured into. Pisces tends to give themselves over to their love match; a kind heart allows The Fish to know Leo in a way that many other Signs don’t. Leo’s straight forwardness coupled with that doesn’t pass into conceit — the way Leo alone might act — and isn’t overly shy, like Pisces alone may be.
Leo is ruled by The Sun and Pisces is ruled by the Planet Jupiter. Pisces is also ruled by Neptune. The Sun gives out light, life and a focus on the Self to the Leo-Pisces relationship. Neptune is about big pictures, ideas and illusions; but it’s also involved with disillusion and fantasy. Leo can help Pisces turn fantasies into realities. Neptune works through Pisces by softening Leo’s sometimes self-centered and abrupt actions, channeling their energy into a more creative and fruitful outlet.
Leo is a Fire Sign and Pisces is a Water Sign. These two can be very happy and progressive if they recognize the other’s needs, using introspection and creative ambition to tend to matters of the heart. Pisces can help Leo learn to be humble and to think of the needs of others, while Leo teaches Pisces to go out into the world and begin to loosen up a bit. But Pisces can be too emotional, too much Water dampening Leo’s enthusiasm. Conversely, too much Fire can boil the Water and leave Pisces emotionally burned. Leo and Pisces must establish effective communication in order to ensure their balance is maintained.
Leo is a Fixed Sign and Pisces is a Mutable Sign. Pisces doesn’t serve well as the boss. They get their greatest satisfaction from bettering the universe, starting with their partner. Leo, on the other hand, comes up with ideas in the first place and suggests little changes to be made here and there in the relationship.
What’s the best aspect of the Leo-Pisces relationship? It’s their receptiveness to one another’s teachings. Pisces shows Leo how to be sensitive and care, and Leo teaches Pisces to make their dreams happen rather than sitting on them. Their ability provide what the other needs makes theirs a truly mutual relationship.
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Answer by GibBas
I have two very close friends married to each other for over 10 years, she’s Pisces and he’s Leo. They have quite an intense kind of relationship, sometimes even have blazing rows, but overall they get on really well. They tend to bounce ideas off each other. Sometimes they appear as chalk and cheese, but you can see they gel really well, made for each other in fact. I have done both of their charts (she asked me), not synestry charts, just their birth charts, funnily enough, his Ascendant is the same as her Descendant. Is that relevant, on it’s own it probably isn’t but it won’t do any harm. What I noticed though was the amazing similarity of the occurences in the chart of things to do with Mercury and Gemini, they have a little child and his chart shows similar traits all thru’ it with Mercury and Gemini. These People by the way are both school teachers.
Hope this is some help.
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why do jehovah’s witness religon not celebrate birthdays?
Answer by hip-hop junkie
cause I guess Jesus never celebrated his birthday. only the selfish Romans did and they had orgies and ate and threw up and ate again. (Christmas is NOT jesus’s birthday by the way)
Answer by jackinthehat
Jehovah’s witnesses follow the pattern of Jesus, his apostles and early Christians
Early Christians had reasons of their own for not celebrating birthdays.
Back then birthdays had strong connections with pagan religion that are less noticeable today.
“The custom of commemorating the day of birth is connected . . . in its content, with certain primitive religious principles,” points out the Encyclopædia of Religion and Ethics. What principles?
Spiritism, for one. “The Greeks believed that everyone had a protective spirit or daemon who attended his birth and watched over him in life. This spirit had a mystic relation with the god on whose birthday the individual was born. The Romans also subscribed to this idea. They called the spirit the genius. This notion was carried down in human belief and is reflected in the guardian angel, the fairy godmother and the patron saint.”—The Lore of Birthdays, Ralph and Adelin Linton.
Another reason for early Christians to avoid birthdays was the connection with astrology. “The keeping of birthday records was important in ancient times principally because a birth date was essential for the casting of a horoscope,” say the Lintons. To early Christians astrology was associated with Eastern religions, Roman Stoicism and the twisted thinking of the Gnostics. Christians wanted no part of that!
the only two birthday celebrations mentioned in the Bible were those of an Egyptian pharaoh and Herod Antipas, a Roman ruler, neither of whom was a servant of God. It is also significant that both celebrations were associated with an execution.—Gen. 40:20-22; Matt. 14:6-11.
“It’s true that Jehovah’s Witnesses don’t celebrate birthdays or holidays,” agreed the Witness, “but did you know that we do get together socially at other times and we do have fun?
Answer by Hannah B.
The German periodical “Schwäbische Zeitung” (magazine supplement Zeit und Welt) of April 3/4, 1981 on page 4 stated: “The various customs with which people today celebrate their birthdays have a long history. Their origins lie in the realm of magic and religion. The customs of offering congratulations, presenting gifts and celebrating – complete with lighted candles – in ancient times were meant to protect the birthday celebrant from the demons and to ensure his security for the coming year. . . . Down to the fourth century Christianity rejected the birthday celebration as a pagan custom.”
The book The Lore of Birthdays (New York, 1952) by Ralph and Adelin Linton, on pages 8, 18-20 had this to say: “The Greeks believed that everyone had a protective spirit or daemon who attended his birth and watched over him in life. This spirit had a mystic relation with the god on whose birthday the individual was born.
The Romans also subscribed to this idea. . . . This notion was carried down in human belief and is reflected in the guardian angel, the fairy godmother and the patron saint. . . . The custom of lighted candles on the cakes started with the Greeks. . . . Honey cakes round as the moon and lit with tapers were placed on the temple altars of [Artemis]. . . . Birthday candles, in folk belief, are endowed with special magic for granting wishes. . . . Lighted tapers and sacrificial fires have had a special mystic significance ever since man first set up altars to his gods. The birthday candles are thus an honor and tribute to the birthday child and bring good fortune”
This same book, on page 20, also had this to say about the traditional greeting of ‘Happy Birthday’: “Birthday greetings and wishes for happiness are an intrinsic part of this holiday. . . . originally the idea was rooted in magic. The working of spells for good and evil is the chief usage of witchcraft. One is especially susceptible to such spells on his birthday, as one’s personal spirits are about at the time. . . . Birthday greetings have power for good or ill because one is closer to the spirit world on this day.”
And Horst Fuhrmann, professor of medieval history at the University of Regensburg, made this comment about birthdays: “The birthday celebration was in honor of one’s guardian angel or god, whose altar was decorated with flowers and wreaths; sacrifices were offered to the god of festival, friends offered congratulations and brought gifts.” Furthermore, he stated in the German newspaper “Süddeutschen Zeitung”: “Great prominence was given the birthday parties held for the emperor, replete with parades, public banquets, circus plays, and the hunting of animals: spectacles disgusting to the [early] Christians.”
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