The beginning of the horoscope is on the spring equinox, on the March 21st, because at that point the Sun enters the zero degrees of the Aries celestial sign(we all know that horoscope begins with the sign of Aries and ends with Pisces). From this sign, the Aries, further signs follow in the circle, all 12 of them.
Also, there are also 12 stationary houses that have no names but are marked with numbers from 1 to 12. Each of these houses represents the special section in the life of a man and refers to his specific areas in life.
For example, the first house is yours, your seventh partner; other is health, some other interpersonal relationships, etc. The planet affects the house and changes the sign in which it is located. To the question that would be your sign, the answer, it’s the sign that the sun was at the time of your birth. So the date and time of your birth are significant in the process of discovery of your character, personality and love compatibility.
In the next couple of sections take look at the most important things that are related to the people who are born on the February 1st and you will notice that they have many Aquarius’s characteristics.
Personality and Character
Individuals who celebrate their birthdays on the first day of the February have some characteristics of Aquarius sign, but not all, they are somewhat different.
These are the people of advanced mind and spirit, often having ingenious talents, but this doesn’t mean that they will use those talents or even discover them. Sometimes, and this scenario also occurs is that they don’t develop or identify their skills.
They have organisational skills, and they like to work with other people and cooperate – this is not common for all Aquariuses who are in most cases strict individuals who like to work alone.
They are tolerant, they know human nature and are very humane in general, but also people who are born on the February 1st have multiple and varied aspirations and tend to implement changes for the better of humanity. This is something that motivates them from an early age; they are unselfish and loyal friends, who are willing to help a stranger.
They readily accept the changes and like to impose them on others that are the thing that makes them happy. If nothing happens and there are no changes for a long period, they know that they are falling into apathy and depression. This is a typical state, and people of the February 1st often go through these phases.
These people are not under the burden of the traditionalistic values and are very relaxed in communication with people, but one thing that sets them apart is a willingness to sacrifice themselves for the goals of creating a better society.
Sometimes they have a lot of rebelliousness in themselves, and they know they are outrageous and exaggerated in everything.
But we have to say that this characteristic is not something that is disabling them from having a healthy life.
Love aspect of life is something that intrigues us all; we want to know will we fall in love or have a long-lasting relationship with someone special.
As far as people of the February 1st is a concern they are in love relationships very nonchalant, charming and casual, that at the first meeting you do not have the feeling of seducing, waving or doing anything at all. They will do everything for you, and you will not even notice.
They can seem mysterious and even silent at some times when around people, they are also deliberately quiet while not taking a look at potential partner, but they are still irresistible.
Their partners should never bother this attitude and behavior since they will not change for anyone. If you are pleased with this, you should enter this relationship with a person who is born on the February 1st.
Some people say that as all Aquariuses, so these people also, are calculated in love, and they always want a partner who will be able to follow their ideas and ways of thinking. That’s why these people choose a partner similar to the level of education, attitudes and behavior, regardless of the heartfelt opinion of their unusual nature and the need for freedom.
One advice for the people who think on entering a relationship with these people – never give up if you want to conquer them, and they will, in turn, be loyal to you, as long as they are with you.
Purpose and Career
These people, who celebrate their birthdays on the first day of the February, are those who have an inventive spirit and intelligent expression. These two traits can be used abundantly in any job they want, but these people need to learn to finish their obligation on time since no one will wait for them.
They can become great thinkers or writers, but also eccentric freaks that will not be understood during their lives – they are the people who like to look at the future. They are very intuitive and have a high power of perception, so they could potentially use these abilities to help others, and subsequently find their occupation in the social or humanitarian sphere.
In work relations, they have ups and downs, and often in their lives, they have to separate from their initial idea or job, and it is not so uncommon for them to change their positions frequently. They are very active and do not save their energy when they are doing something they genuinely love and enjoy.
This is maybe the best advice for the people who are born on the February 1st – find something that you love, and stick to that job, and you will find your true calling and happiness.
Symbols, Colors, and Lucky numbers
As its ruling planet (as in all Aquariuses) Uranus symbolises everything that is unusual, unconventional, eccentric, tense, explosion, impulse, freedom, revolution, geniuses, intelligence, and inventions. So the people of the February 1st also have these characteristics.
Their precious stone is amethyst, their colours violet and light blue; and the lucky numbers of the people who are born on the February 1st are 24 and 6.
Historical events on the February 1
Take a look at some notable and significant events that occurred on the February 1st throughout history.
1701 – Battle of Cremona during the War for Spanish Heritage between the Austrian and French troops.
1793 – Revolutionary France, less than two weeks after the expulsion of King Louis XVI, declared the war to Great Britain and the Netherlands.
1796 – The capital city of Upper Canada moved from Newark (now Niagara-on-the-Lake) to York (now Toronto), which was estimated that is less vulnerable to the United States (potential) attack.
1840 – The first dentistry college in the world opened in the US city of Baltimore.
1884 – The First Oxford English Dictionary was published.
1893 – Tomas Alva Edison opened the first film studio in the world in West Orange, New Jersey.
1896 – Premiere of Puccini’s opera La Bohème in Turin.
1896 – Encouraged by the insurrection in Greece, the inhabitants of the island of Crete started an uprising against the Turkish authorities. With the intervention of European powers, Crete in 1898 received autonomy, and in 1912 it was merged to Greece.
1918 – Russia adopted the Gregorian calendar.
1918 – A top gunshot from a cruiser “Sankt Georg” marked the beginning of the rebellion of about 6,000 sailors in the Austro-Hungarian war fleet in the Adriatic sea. The uprising was suppressed on February 3, 800 sailors and non-commissioned officers were arrested, and 40 of them were executed before the court, four of which were sentenced to death and then shot. A large number released after the trial in September, and a criminal proceeding against the other interrupted Austro-Hungarian breakdown in the World War I.
1924 – The First Labor Labor Government of Great Britain recognised the USSR, which significantly contributed to the reduction of the diplomatic isolation of the first socialist country in the world.
1942 – The leader of the Norwegian fascist Vidkun Kvisling became president of the government in occupied Norway, in the World War II.
1946 – Norwegian politician Trygve Lie was elected as First Secretary-General of the UN.
1958 – Egypt and Syria were united in the United Arab Republic.
1974 – 189 persons were killed in a fire in the 25-storey building Joelma in Sao Paulo.
1979 – Iranian religious leader Ayatollah Ruhollah Khomeini returned to the country of Paris after 15 years of exile, which he mostly spent in Iraq.
1991 – More than 1,200 people died in an earthquake that hit the border regions of Afghanistan and Pakistan.
1992 – US President George W. Bush and Boris Yeltsin signed in Kemp Dejvid a declaration of cessation of hostilities by the two countries, which formally ended the Cold War.
1995 – Floods in the Netherlands forced about 250,000 people to leave their homes.
1996 – President Jacques Chirac announced that France has always closed nuclear tests.
2002 – The UN Security Council extended the peacekeeping mandate in East Timor by May 20, when the declaration of independence of the former Portuguese colony was envisaged. After the Portuguese left in 1975, Indonesia occupied that territory and the peacekeeping force sent in 1999 after East Timor proclaimed its independence.
2003 – NASA’s Space Shuttle Columbia broke down over Texas during its return to the Earth’s atmosphere in its 28th and final mission.
2009 – Jóhanna Sigurðardóttir was elected Prime Minister of Iceland, becoming the first woman to become prime minister in the history of that country, and the first person to publicly and openly admit that she is not heterosexual but homosexual, making her the first homosexual person to become the head of a state in modern history (new century).
2009 – Metropolitan Kiril is entrusted to the Moscow Cathedral of Christ the Savior as the 16th patriarch of Moscow and all of Russia.
Famous people born on the February 1
Many poets, writers and all sorts of creative people were born on the February 1st; maybe some of them will be your inspiration when you choose your life occupation.
1707 – Ludwig von Hannover, the Prince of Wales.
1768 – Jacques Loriston, a French marshal and diplomat.
1874 – Hugo von Hofmannsthal, an Austrian writer, poet, dramatist, and essayist.
1877 – Thomas Dunhill, an English composer.
1884 – Yevgeny Ivanovich Zamyatin, a Russian writer.
1895 – John Ford, an American film director.
1901 – Clark Gable, an American film actor.
1915 – Stanley Matthews, an English footballer and soccer coach.
1922 – Renata Tebaldi, an Italian opera singer.
1922 – Renato Tebaldi, a famous Italian opera singer.
1928 – Tom Peter Lantos, a US politician of Hungarian descent.
1931 – Boris Nikolayevich Yeltsin, a Soviet and Russian politician and statesman.
1931 – Jehuddin Ahmed, a Bengali politician and a Bangladeshi statesman.
1965 – Brandon Lee, an American actor, and the son of Bruce Lee.
1965 – Princess Stephanie of Monaco, a princess and a singer.
1968 – Hannes Trinkl, an Austrian alpine skier.
1968- Lisa Marie Presley, an American singer-songwriter, and the only the only child of singer and actor Elvis Presley.
1968 – Oliver Bierhoff, a German footballer.
1969 – Gabriel Omar Batistuta, an Argentine football player.
1978 -K’naan, a Somali-Canadian singer and rapper.
1979- Juan Silveira dos Santos, a Brazilian footballer.
1983 – Iveta Benešova, a Czech tennis player.
1994 – Harry Edward Styles, an English pop singer, former member of One Direction, and an actor.
2001 – Princess Aiko, the daughter of the Japanese Emperor Naruhito.
These people who are born on the February 1, can be, in short, described as humane and wide-eyed people who love changes of any kind, but especially those changes that will leave a world better place. They are ready to accept new ideas and new social changes that will bring so much good into the world; this is their motive.
They are free-minded and do not like being interrupted when they are doing something they love.
People of the February 1st are those who evolve the best only through positive changes.