No need to have a Pisces sun, moon, planets, planetary aspects, or house placements to have Pisces hands. Feeling types have long lean rectangular palms and long fingers. Pisces often have dominant first phalanges on long slender fingers, smooth joints, conical tips, and loop prints, especially the index and pinkie fingers. Medium set shapely thumbs, mildly flexible sensitive fingers, round and conical fingertips, narrow nails, and head and life lines interwoven at their beginnings are typical. Pinkie fingers with small bottom and middle phalanges and no knots personify not much need for physical order or material wealth. Pisces with inwardly curving pinkie fingers avoid confrontation at all costs, acting happy when they’re not, and pretending everything is OK when it isn’t.
Pisces is Spiritual. Scorpio is Sexual. Cancer is Feeling, Mother, Food, and Home. Neptune in Pisces, king of the seas, (Poseidon, King Triton), personifies emotion, feelings, instinct, and personal and collective unconscious. Water is the most calming and destructive force in nature. Neptune alters mind and emotion, especially through substances like prescription and recreational drugs, nicotine, alcohol, caffeine, and other ways of fueling personal visions, illusions, and delusions. Neptune’s mundane correspondence is religion. Neptune’s esoteric reality is spirituality. Religion without spirituality is blind.
Most sensitive, introverted, and least acquisitive of all signs, Pisces is often misunderstood. The feminine gender communicates through a lens of feelings. Strong Earth (Practical) and Air (Thinking) provide a healthy pragmatism. Fire (intuitive) is often mistrusted by Feeling. How can we depend on whims, impulse, inspiration, and passion when our basic needs are security, stability, and reliability?
Pisces with balanced head and heart lines surrounded by deep and clear basic lines are well aware of themselves. Large stiff thumbs, square fingertips, developed knots, broad nails, and arch and whorl fingerprints empower Pisces physically, mentally, emotionally, and spiritually. As the most and least evolved sign of the zodiac, Pisces teaches us that beginnings and endings are inevitable. It’s what we think and how we feel that matters.
Michael Dell became rich, powerful, and famous while following his vision:
“We are at the dawn of the next industrial revolution. Our world is becoming more intelligent and more connected by the minute, and ultimately will become intertwined with a vast Internet of Things, paving the way for our customers to do incredible things. This is why we created Dell Technologies. We have the products, services, talent and global scale to be a catalyst for change and guide customers, large and small, on their digital journey.”
Ariel, daughter of King Triton, ruler of our collective unconscious, visualizes what she desires as she explores our collective needs. Michael Dell intuitively knows what we need and focuses on that. Ariel and Michael must be vigilant and keep a watchful eye out for Ursula, an Octopus (conglomerate) who lusts to control her spirit.
Pisces is well suited to teaching, human resources, helping professions, visual arts, and music. Everyone’s hands embody talents, abilities, choices, decisions, and commitments. Pisces greatest strengths are compassion, humility, and faith. Mentally and emotionally indecisive at times, Pisces can simultaneously be secretive and spiritual. Trust needs to be earned. Impressionable and easily influenced, many Pisces escape reality when circumstances get too hard. Johnny Cash, Jerry Lewis, and Liza Minelli are substance abusers who hid their personal suffering as they lit the stage.
Pisces is my most and least favorite sign. When Pisces let fear rule their emotions, they can be extremely flaky. I feel blessed and grateful, because I’m able to love unconditionally and without expectation. I’m thankful for a healthy Pisces father, brother, and daughter.
Dad shares his birth with George Washington. He was born 2/22/22. Dad’s Sun, Venus, Uranus, and Ascendant are in Pisces. Despite a challenging childhood and horrible and terrifying WWII experiences, dad remained an incorrigible optimist, idealist, and true lover of family and humanity. Gary (Pisces) my brother, Jennifer (Taurus) my sister, and I (Gemini) were equally blessed.
If the definition of a genius is an average kid with a Jewish Mother, ours was Father. Conceived on my parent’s wedding night, I arrived nine months and one day later. My biggest fan from the get go, dad embarrassed me frequently. At age seven, I played a Chopin Prelude on the radio. Dad distributed radios to every classroom in my grade school. He made sure everyone listened. I was horrified! I was also a local sensation in our tiny community. Dad’s pride in me made me feel awkward. I wondered if I was the person he imagined, or if I was being the person who I thought he wanted me to be. I learned the importance of accepting his unconditional love. Dad was the best friend and playmate I’d ever have.
I never read dad’s hands. He died suddenly and unexpected of a massive heart attack at age 54. I never found a clear photo of his hands. I remember his hands as loving, warm, strong, and capable as a small child. His firm hand shake, grip of steel, and firm energetic touch was gentle and loving. As I grew older and stronger, we had gripping battles, squeezing each other’s hand with all our might. He’d pretend I was crushing his hand, both of us laughing heartily, but me knowing he was stronger and letting me win. Dad’s Capricorn moon grounded and supported him in both practical and mundane ways. Dad’s early death catalyzed my search for meaning, passion for metaphysics, and several personal transformations. I think of dad often, especially when I’m happiest.
Nary a night passed in early childhood when Gary, Jennifer, and I didn’t experience an exciting imaginary adventure at bedtime. Dad was a great storyteller. He created “BoBo”, a gorilla, and “Squeaky”, a mouse, magical friends who dad embodied as role models to engross and nourish us.
Everyone knows, other people’s home movies are very boring! Families are waving and smiling at the camera most of the time. Dreaded invitations to watch other people’s home movies were tactfully avoided. We acted and created roles for ourselves in our home movies. Although we were corny, we had a lot of fun. Dad created commercial breaks, which he strategically placed between scenes to make the experience more fun. I edited my favorite commercials from our archives and made this short video. Click here to see my childhood hero in action. The quality is pathetic (8mm), but his humor trumps all else.