Pisces is a water sign that applies to people born between the 19th of February and the 20th of March. Pisces is the Latin word for fish. This may have had an influence on the symbol of this sign which is a fish. The constellation of this sign is also called Pisces. Pisces is water and a mutable sign. It is ruled by the planet Neptune. Neptune is often regarded as the god of the sea. It is closely related to dreams, psychic prowess, illusions. It is also associated with uncertainty which is a characteristic of the sea. The planet Neptune is also the color of the ocean. Neptune encourages collective consciousness, evolutions, idealism, and creativity as a tool to discover the secrets of the universe.

 

Neptune’s ideals tie into the typical qualities of the people born under the Pisces sign. Common attributes of Pisces include compassion, intuition, gentleness, wisdom, musicality, and artistry. Pisces may struggle with fear, melancholy, maladaptive dreaming, and too trusting. Pisces dislikes pride, criticism, and cruelty. Pisces appreciates relaxation, loyalty, music, romance, films, art, and spirituality. Pisces are friendly and love to help others. They have a unique sense of empathy and emotional intelligence.

Capricorn

Capricorn is the 10th astrological sign. Unlike Pisces, Capricorn is an earth sign. Although the symbol for Capricorn links it to water and the ocean, it is not a water sign. The symbol for Capricorn is a sea-goat that is half goat and half fish. This is a mythical creature from Greek mythology. Capricorn refers to people born on the 21st of December and the 19th of January.

 

Similar to Pisces, Capricorn is also a negative sign; however, unlike Pisces, which is a mutable sign, Capricorn is a cardinal sign. Some of the qualities of Capricorn are responsibility, discipline, and self-control. They tend to make good managers and leaders because they are very dedicated workers. Capricorns have earned a reputation of being the moodiest of the signs. They are ambitious and extremely hardworking. Capricorns struggle with being condescending, petty, and unforgiving. Capricorns struggle with emotions and communicating; however, they hold family and tradition very close to their hearts.

Compatibility

Capricorn is one of the signs that are well suited for Pisces. Besides the behavioral compatibility, Capricorn and Pisces complement each other astrologically as well. Capricorn and Pisces make a perfect loop as cardinal and mutable signs respectively. While Capricorn marks the start of winter in the northern hemisphere, Pisces marks the end, and while Capricorn marks the start of summer in the southern hemisphere, Pisces also marks the end. This complimentary behavior, without a doubt, definitely influences the high compatibility score of this match.

 

Let’s explore the compatibility of Pisces and Capricorn.

 

  1. It may not be easy for them to get together because Capricorns are very focused; however, once those walls are broken, the Capricorn will enjoy the presence of a caring, sensitive, and emotionally intelligent partner. This balances out very well because Capricorns may struggle to express emotions.

 

  1. Despite the cold nature of Capricorns, they are very loyal once they find the right people. This is perfect for Pisces as they value loyalty and commitment.

 

  1. Pisces and Capricorn may struggle with arguments as Pisces dislike fighting; however, a good balance will be beneficial.

 

  1. Capricorns make good partners for Pisces because they love family, tradition, and commitments. They are stable, reliable, and down to earth. This is good for Pisces as they tend to be idealistic and dream too much at times.

 

  1. Capricorns tend to be more dominant, which is great for Pisces as they tend to be more passive.

 

  1. There may be arguments that arise as a result of finance because Pisces are not materialistic while Capricorns tend to be. Pisces is also very altruistic, so this might cause some arguments.

 

  1. This match is a good and stable one because they complement each other very well. They hold similar ideals, and where there are differences, they are also solutions.