Aquarius (♒) is the eleventh astrological sign of the zodiac, located between Capricorn and Pisces and associated with the constellation Aquarius. Its symbol is the water-bearer. It forms with the Gemini and Libra the triplicity of the signs of the Air. It is also one of the four fixed signs, together with Taurus, Leo and Scorpio. With slight variations in dates depending on the year, Aquarians and Aquarians are people born between January 21 and February 19. Higino, in his book Astronomica, presents three versions of mythology.
Many say that Aquarius is Ganymede, a very handsome boy that Zeus took to Olympus, to become the waiter of the gods; for this reason, he is shown carrying an urn that spills water. According to Hegesianax, Aquarius is Deucalion, because during his reign so much water fell from the sky that it resulted in the flood. According to Eubulus, Aquarius is Cécrope, celebrating the antiquity of the race, and showing that men used water in sacrifices to the gods, before the knowledge of wine, because Cécrope reigned before the discovery of wine.