This Zodiac guide will help you to identify which constellation is suitable for your loved one. Your present will shine for eternity for both of you.
After becoming enamoured with the boy, Zeus took the form of an eagle and carried Aquarius to Mount Olympus, where he was granted eternal youth and the position of Cup Bearer to the gods.
Aphrodite and her son Eros jumped into the sea and transformed into fish while hiding from the fiery monster Typhon and tied a length of rope between them so as not to lose each other.
The Golden Ram that was sacrificed in Greek mythology by Phrixus to bring fertility to his homeland of Thessaly. The Golden Fleece of the sacrificed ram was given to Jason and the Argonauts to return it home.
After falling in love with princess Europa, Zeus transformed into a white bull whose horns were crowned with flowers, and successfully seduced the princess and carried her off to the island of Crete.
The brothers Castor and Pollux were the sons of the god Zeus. Pollux was immortal, Castor was mortal. When Castor died in battle, Pollux begged Zeus to relieve him of immortality and let him join Castor in the sky.
Hercules was distracted by the Crab, Cancer, during his battle with Hydra, whom he crushed under his heel. To thank the crab for his efforts, Queen Hera gave him a place amongst the stars.
The first labour imposed upon Hercules by Zeus was to slay the lion Leo, who roamed the forest Nemaea. Hercules strangled the beast easily and then worse the Lion’s pelt across his shoulders to protect himself from harm.
There once was eternal spring, until Persephone, daughter of the harvest goddess Demeter, was kidnapped by Hades, king of the underworld. Zeus commanded Persephone to be released to rid the earth of the eternal winter, insisting that she should eat nothing until reunited with her mother. Hades released Persephone, but tricked her into eating a pomegranate, so Persephone must return to the underworld for four months every year during the winter months.
In Babylonian astronomy, the scales were held sacred to the sun god Shamash who was the patron of truth and justice.
Being eternal enemies Orion set each spring in the west, Scorpius would rise in the east. Scorpius gained eternal fame when, upon command of the gods, he springs from the earth to surprise Orion, and sent the able hunter to his final resting place.
Chronos, the father of Zeus, transformed himself into a stallion so that he could pursue a mortal woman without arousing the wrath of his jealous wife. Chiron, the Sagittarius, was born, a kind and gentle Centaur with great knowledge and wisdom. Chiron was slain by Hercules and was granted immortality by his half-brother Zeus and placed into the night sky.
Pricus, the sea goat, became concerned for his children when they began to leave the sea, to lose their tails and powers of speech. Pricus turned back time and tried to convince his children, but he could not stop his children from evolving into mindless goats. Pricus begged Chronos to let him die but instead, he allowed Pricus to live out eternity in the night sky.