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What Is My Celtic Animal Zodiac Sign & Horoscope, Celtic Animal Astrology Chart

Jul 16 1979

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Celtic Animal Horoscope
Your Celtic Animal is Horse

Your Celtic Animal Horoscope

Celtic Animal Symbol
Horse
Birth Color(s)
Pink, Purple
Birth Flower(s)
Larkspur, Tulip, Water Lily
Birth Stone(s)
Ruby
Lucky Day
Monday
Lucky Color(s)
Silver
Lucky Number(s)
2
Metal
Silver (Argentum)
Medical Astrology
chest, breasts, and stomach

About Celtic Animal Horoscope

Celtic Animals Zodiac signs are according to their prominence and affiliation with the full moon, within every segment of the Celtic lunar year. The Celts Observing different flavors of their environment according to the season, honored the rhythms of nature. The full moon in each month held a special personality just like the Native American Zodiac. Celtic Animals symbols are affiliated with a tree featured in the Celtic Ogham. The Celtic animal signs and trees include, Eagle the Birch Tree, Quail the Rowan, Fox the Alder Tree, Deer the Willow Tree, Butterfly the Ash Tree, Owl the Hawthorn, Horse the Oak Tree, Salmon the Hazel, Wren the Apple Tree, Swan the Vine, Swallow the Ivy, Goose the Reed, Bee the Blackthorn, Crow the Elder Tree, Sparrow the Fir Tree, Rabbit the Gorse, Pheasant the Heather, and Dove the Aspen Tree.

Symbol

Horse

Symbol Meaning

As the Celtic Zodiac sign Horse expect live the most luxurious life and it is the only way for you to exist. Horse people thrive in competitive surroundings. With possession of great confidence you can be very successful in business. They seem to have an insensible compass that tells them where to go and always how to get there in the shortest possible time. Horses enjoy quite alot of flirting and cannot see yourself away from a company of friends. Those born a Horse have to be respected and recognized for their efforts in helping other signs, than they will embellish this world and become even stronger leaders that they are today. During the times of danger they are prepared to show courage and valor.