Hardworking, determined, and resilient, Capricorns are the ones to beat when it comes down to working your butt off and shining like the illustrious stars that they are. Ambitious and goal oriented, this sign is known for its ability to exceed limits. Those born from December 22 up till January 19 fall under this sign. For more star studded facts about the sign, read on!
Fact 1: Some of your favorite famous personalities are Capricorns! Celebrities that fall under this sign are as follows: Elvis Presley, Marilyn Monroe, Dolly Parton, Denzel Washington, Martin Luther King, Andy Rooney, Muhammed Ali, Eva Gardner, Janis Joplin, David Bowie, Zayn Malik, and even Jude Law to name a few!
Fact 2: People born under this sign have the Black Onyx as their stone. Lucky numbers include 1, 4, 8, 10, 13, 17, 19, 22, and 26. The colors that suit them best, you ask? It’s Brown, Steel, Grey, and Black. Capricorns sure enjoy dark colors! Their lucky day is Saturday, while their ruling planet is Saturn with their lucky talisman being the plough.
Fact 3: Capricorns are best known for being ambitious people, determined to get the job done and excelling in whatever field you put them in. They are responsible, faithful, and sincere, and practice a lot of self-control. Capricorns are one of the few signs who are straight forward and true. Goal oriented and driven are understatements when describing a Capricorn. They are considered to be the taskmasters of the signs, and their ruling planet does them justice. Saturn is the planet that governs theories, as well as scientific laws, timing, patience, tradition, as well as conventional and practical use of time.
Fact 4: With the good comes the bad. Negative traits that Capricorns suffer from include being shy to the point of being ‘difficult’, they tend to isolate themselves when they feel like they aren’t needed. Because of this they often feel detached from the world, and their stubborn and self-centered persona often gets in the way of things. Capricorns tend to be pessimistic and awkward as well, and enjoy solitude a tad too much.
Fact 5: When it comes down to L.O.V.E., people under this sign like to take things slow and steady. A serious lover who is committed and genuine, they like to make sure about their conquests, and walk into love instead of jump head first into it. Being in a relationship with a Capricorn is having someone turn ‘I love yous’ into ceremonious reminders of just how much they care, because they believe actions speak louder than words and indulge you in their romantic antics. They are affectionate and demonstrative, and phenomenal gift givers! 10 points for House Capricorn.
Fact 6: The signs Capricorns are most compatible with are, aside from their fellow Capricorns, The water sign Cancer, and the Earth signs Virgo, as well as Taurus. Nurturing, warm signs will be able to tip the balance with the stubborn goat, and harmony will flow.
Fact 7: Capricorns are very family oriented, and you can be sure of family coming first when it comes to the list of their priorities. Being good at the job they have at work, as well as successful multitasking and keeping old traditions alive is a Capricorn’s forte. And oh, they have great taste in music too! Or, enjoy good music at the very least.
Fact 8: If you are a flashy-pants show off who has a knack for coming to meetings and the like late, you best be on your way, because Capricorns have zero time or tolerance for you buddy! Pet peeves include the following: arrogant, tardy, and frivolous people.
Fact 9: Because of being the busy bodies that they are, Capricorns tend to over work themselves and are perceptible to the following illnesses: arthritis, rheumatism, bad skin problems, bone diseases, as well as knee injuries and depression. Be mindful of your health, Capricorns!
Fact 10: The animal associated with the sign of the Capricorn is the goat; sure footed, agile, and resourceful: much like the people born under this sign. Often, the Capricorn symbol is often depicted as a goat-fish hybrid, the head of a goat attached to the body of a fish.