People who are born between January 20 and February 18 are born under the sign of Aquarius. Besides knowing your Sun sign you need to be aware of other important factors to get to know your personality even better.
Zodiac signs are there to tell us more about ourselves and about our negative and positive characteristics. When you are born in the beginning of the month and in the end, all of that has a specific meaning and symbolism and can’t be the same.
People who are born in the first triad have more characteristics of the sign with which they are on the boundary with, and those who are born in the middle express characteristics of their Sun sign more.
Today we are going to talk about the characteristics of a person born on the February 15th and what are the positive and negative signs of this personality. We are also going to talk about the career options, symbols and relationships with others. So, if you are born on the February 15th, this might be an opportunity to find out more about yourself and your character.
Characteristics and Personality
People who are born on February 15th are born under the Zodiac sign of Aquarius. These people are by nature very witty and their minds are colorful and inventive. People who are born on the 15th are relaxed and go through life without a lot of stress. Everything has a solution for them and they are not that worried about not being able to resolve a certain problem. Aquarius people are by nature positive and optimistic, which is their main driving force through life. Mind stimulation for the people born on February 15th is very important. They can’t stand not being mind- stimulated and engaged in an interesting conversation. When they meet a new person, the main thing they notice is how this person speaks and what this person says when he or she speaks.
Having interesting and challenging conversations with other people is very important, because being a part of a boring and mundane conversation is out of their interest. They are always far away from the activities that are routine and they completely dislike being involved in such activities. This is why choosing the right profession is very important, because this can make or break them in life. What interests them the most is being involved in activities that are fun and unusual but also mindful and progressive. You will often meet these people being a part of groups and activists groups that are fighting to change the world.
Being surrounded by people who think and feel the same is the positive background they need in order to succeed. People who weigh them with their emotional struggles or make them think way too much about mundane things are not interesting to them.
When it comes to negative characteristics, and we all have them, people who are born on February 15th are sometimes too sensitive and can become depressed if the same amount of care and attention is not being returned to them. They can also be arrogant and irritable which doesn’t make them such great “first impression” people, especially if you catch them on a bad day. Their reactions are often impulsive and they often lack the bare sense of logic and reality. If your goal is to distract these people, you can easily do that because their attention span is not that strong.
They tend to disappoint others easily because they are constantly on the search for new adventures and excitements. This can make them forget their obligations to others or simply they lose interest in performing them because there is something more exciting happening somewhere else. Another negative characteristic is their tendency to change their mind suddenly which often leaves people in wonder what happened.
People who are born on February 15th are most compatible with people who are born under the Zodiac sign of Libra, Gemini and sometimes Leo and Aries. When it comes to relationships they can’t keep their attention for very long because they like meeting new people and experiencing new things. This can lead to many spontaneous and not very long relationships that lead to nowhere.
This is not something that is bad, since they enjoy being in these short relationships. Even when they are in long relationships, things can suddenly change and they become distant from the person they once loved.
People who attract them are people who are lively and imaginative, and they don’t like people who are overly depressive or emotional. Winning an Aquarius is not easy because you have to be interesting enough and different enough, in some cases, in order to attract an Aquarius.
You should also be secretive in a way, because Aquarius people love exploring other people’s personalities and learning about them slowly. You should always leave them wanting more of you, your personality and character. They can’t stand not being mind- stimulated and engaged in an interesting conversation. When they meet a new person, the main thing they notice is how this person speaks and what this person says when he or she speaks.
Don’t be afraid to be eccentric and different around an Aquarius, because they enjoy people who aren’t ordinary and boring. Zodiac signs that go along best with Aquarius signs are Gemini and Libra. These people love the same things as Aquarius people, and mental interaction is the most important thing for these people.
They love being surrounded by positive energy and optimism, which is why it is important for them to avoid all the negative energy and overly emotional surroundings. It is no wonder that this people form strong friendships from their past relationships, because with them it is not all in the physical attraction. There is far more significance in getting to know the other person in its full glow. They get along best with people who are born on the 1st, 9th, 10th, 6th, 24th, 27th, 18th and 15th.
Purpose and Career
When you are born on the February 15th, then you are a progressive person. You think always about the future and dislike taking your mind to the past. People born on this day are very inventive and can make something out of nothing. This allows them to create successful careers in almost every branch, but the most suitable careers are the ones of physicist, researcher, philosopher and other fields that are related to thinking and progressive actions. Doing jobs that are too routine and that aren’t interesting are close to death penalty for these people.
They simply can’t be a part of anything that is boring and mundane. Jobs that allow them to use their mind and think broadly about all the things that worry the world, are the best jobs for them. They need to have a creative freedom and ability to broaden their thoughts in different ways. Driving towards one goal is what they are always doing and keeping them off that goal is not possible. Once they set their minds up to something, they can’t be set off that goal.
Symbols, Lucky Number and Colors
People who are born on the February 15th have their own symbols and lucky colors that follow them through life, but can also bring them luck in difficult moments in life. People who are born on the February 15th are born under the Aquarius sign and their lucky color is green-blue. This color is a symbol of friendship and maturity but also balance in life. Besides green-blue, their lucky colors are also grey and navy blue. Lucky numbers for people born on the February 15th are 12, 2, 3, 17 and 25. Lucky day is Tuesday and the motto is “I know”.
Lucky flowers for the people born on February 15th are Chrysanthemum and Orchids. These two flowers are symbols of love, beauty and balance, but in some cultures, the Orchid flower is a symbol of royalty. Birthstones for the people born on the February 15th are Amethyst and Amber while the metals are Aluminum and Platinum.
Historical Events on February 15
1115 – Pope Pascal II recognized the Order of the Maltese knights founded in Jerusalem, where beside the Church of St. John had a monastery and asylum for sick people and travelers. Later they were given the task of defending the Holy Land.
1573 – In Zagreb, after the breakup of the peasant revolt, the leader of the uprising Matija Gubec was executed.
1763 – The peace agreement in Hubertsburg ended the hostility of Austria and Prussia in the Seven Years’ War. Prussia retained Silesia from Austria and became one of Europe’s leading military forces.
1835 – The Srebrenica Constitution, the first constitution in modern Serbian history, was adopted in the Principality of Serbia. Written by the secretary of Prince Miloš Obrenović Dimitrije Davidović, modeled on the French and Belgian constitutions. Using the indignation of Austria and Russia, who had no understanding of Davidovic’s liberalism, the Prince abolished the constitution in March.
1857 – Russian composer Mikhail Ivanovich Glinka, the creator of the Russian national style of the romantic epoch, died. His operas “Life for the Tsar” and “Ruslan and Ljudmila” had a significant influence on the development of Russian opera in the 19th century.
1922 – In The Hague was held the first session of the permanent International Court of Justice, which established the League of Nations in 1920 to resolve disputes between states. The new International Tribunal was established with the United Nations after the Second World War when the League of Nations was abolished.
1928 – The first plane of Yugoslav civil aviation “Potez 29-2”, the only aircraft of the first Yugoslav airline “Aeroput”, flew from Belgrade to Zagreb. The first passengers were the director of the airline and five journalists.
1942 – Estimating that they were not able to defend the city, the British handed over Singapore to the Japanese forces in the Second World War. This is considered to be the largest military defeat of Great Britain in its military history.
1944 – American troops captured Solomon Islands in the Pacific during the Second World War. British airplanes threw out about 1,000 bombs to Berlin.
1965 – Popular American jazz singer and pianist Nat King Cole (Cole) has died.
1971 – The United Kingdom switched to the decimal system, instead of pounds, shillings and pennies.
1996 – The Bosnian government announced that in the 1992-95 war, about 30,000 people were missing, of which more than 22,000 civilians and about 2,500 members of the armed forces.
1999 – Kurdish rebel leader Abdullah Ocalan (Ocalan) was arrested in Kenya and delivered to Turkey, where he was sentenced to death for treason and transferred to Israeli Israeli jail.
2002 – US President George Bush announced that his country has an alternative plan to reduce gas emissions, which is regulated by the Kyoto Protocol on Global Warming in 1997. Although they emit a quarter of the amount of greenhouse gases, the US has rejected Protocol from Kyoto for damage to the national industry.
2003 – In a wave of demonstrations, the largest of the Vietnam War, more than six million people in more than 600 cities around the world protested the war in Iraq.
2003 – The Vatican opened a sealed archive of the country’s relations with Germany between 1922 and 1939, when Eugenio Pacelli (later Pope Pius XII) was the State Secretary of the Vatican. The opening of the archives came as a response to Pope’s critics that it did not do enough to stop the killing of millions of Jews by Nazi Germany during the Holocaust.
2004 – Yang Xinhai, one of the biggest serial killers, was executed in China, a man who killed 67 people for four years and raped 12 women.
Famous People Born on February 15th
1564 – Galileo Galileo (Italian astronomer)
1809 – Cyrus McCormick (American inventor)
1820 – Susan B. Anthony (American social reformer)
1907 – Cesar Romero (American actor)
1954 – Matt Groening (American cartoonist)
1976 – Brandon Boyd (US musician)