Rulers: Uranus, Saturn
Colors: Sky Blue, Violet
The Aquarius Woman
Aquarius is the sign of visionaries, unconventionality and intellectual independence. This eclectic sun sign is never boring. Aquarius is the eleventh sign of the astrological year and is known by its astrological symbol, the Water Bearer. The typical Aquarian woman is atypical. Pin her down to a stereotype and she will more than likely buck all expectations. She is unusual, startling, even unclassifiable. She will change her mind simply to be contrary. She is an enigma. Aquarius is an air sign, but unlike her other light-hearted zodiac sisters, an she is no gentle breeze or dreamy zephyr. She’s aimed on the future, and is often preoccupied with ideas that are ahead-of-their-time. She casts a wide net, and gets absorbed in what others call fringey or taboo. Her mind is often set to “roam” where she comes and goes, bringing back the unexpected. Hold on tight and go along for the ride. If you pass through the eye of the storm, you will find a smart, independent, and most of all, original woman at the heart of the hurricane.
Aquarius are the people who deviate from the crowd and go their own way. Never expect her to do anything the way everyone else does; instead, expect her to march to her own drum. If everyone else is jumping off of a bridge, expect her to be the first to find a cliff. She seeks novelty and experimentation, always after intellectual stimulation, constantly discovering something new, and forming new opinions. She wants to experience as much as possible and is not afraid of consequences. Every experience is valuable if it teaches her something about herself and the world. Her strength of individuality shines through in any conversation. Aquarius can act as an expert on any topic, and she’s very good at inflating her own importance. She prides herself on being a progressive thinker. More than anything, she is the ultimate non-conformist. She’s the last to agree with anyone’s opinion, just to boost his or her ego. This sets her apart, as a true free-thinking woman, which can be intimidating to some.