Definition of Virgo
At the request of Astrology, Virgo is the fifth sign of the zodiac , meanwhile, those individuals born between August 23 and September 23 will be considered Virginians. The complementary and diametrically opposite sign of this sign is that of Pisces .
Virgo is considered a double or mutable female sign , which belongs to the element of the earth ; Its ruler is Mercury although until 1970 it was believed that he was on the non-existent vulcan planet.
The symbol that represents it is the virgin , which is identified with several goddesses such as Astrea and the Virgin Mary .
In Roman culture he was represented by Ceres, the goddess of agriculture , crops and fertility .
According to legend Astrea was the daughter of Zeus and Themis and knew how to be the goddess of justice , once the golden age was over and the men challenged her authority , she returned very disgusted to the sky.
Regarding their most differentiated characteristics , prudence , the melancholy that invades them, the practicality and perseverance they present in acting are told; This is mainly given as a feminine sign.
In any case, if a word that defines them is to be determined, that is practicality. The outstanding mental condition is almost a registered trademark of those born under the sign of virgo, they are intelligent and very analytical of everything that happens around them although they are also sometimes won by their shyness. They place a lot of emphasis on the order around them and when they propose something they fight until they achieve it.
On the other hand, Virgo is one of the largest and most visible constellations of the zodiac that is located between Leo to the west and Libra to the east, highlighting in it the bright star Spica or spike .