Capricorn vs Aries. Jesus was a Capricorn or maybe not

Capricorn vs Aries. Jesus was a Capricorn or maybe not
Isabel del Rio

Capricorn vs Aries. What was the horoscope of Jesus Christ? Officially Capricorn since we celebrate his birthday on December 24. However, maybe he was an Aries.


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Listen to this: Pioneering and adventurous, an Aries is a man full of energy and enthusiasm. He likes challenges, freedom and new ideas.

Aries is the first sign of the zodiac. Then, Aries role is to start and lead projects. If an Aries begins to believe in a good cause, fight tirelessly to promote it.

Yes, it seems they are talking about Jesus Christ.

Jesus was born in old Roman times, in Bethlehem because his parents had gone to census there. In old Roman times, the year ended in February (unlucky month) and everything important was postponed for spring. Why not a census? Also, it wouldn’t be appropriate to people traveling in winter (Bethlehem is much colder than some people think). Logical date would be in March or April.

Furthermore, and according with Robert Graves and other authors, in old times most of the children were born in spring, for sacred reasons (The White Goddess) and because it’s a better moment to grow without problems.

Then, I think Jesus was not a Capricorn.

Listen to this: Capricorn is a secure and peaceful sign. They are hardworking, responsible and practical. They often have the role of finishing a project initiated by one of the pioneer signs.

Yes, this is not Jesus personality.

Anyway, the song Jesus was a Capricorn by Kris Kristofferson is great. Remember: “Jesus was a Capricorn. He ate organic food and He believed in love and peace. And never wore no shoes.”

Enjoy your day, Yareah friends. Art is everywhere and up to you!

Happy New Year 2014 with your family and friends. Love and Peace!

Enjoy your holidays.

Video: Kris Kristofferson – Jesus Was A Capricorn (Owed To John Prine).

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Isabel del Rio

Managing Editor at Yareah® Magazine. Author of ‘Ariza’ (2008) and ‘The Girls of Oil’ (2010)

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