Pisces Aries cusp combination, also known as the Cusp of Rebirth, corresponds symbolically to the beginning of human life.
This is a most favorable and desirable cusp, indicative of a union between intelligence and understanding. In essence, Pisces Aries cusp individuals are likely to possess strong mental powers coupled with the priceless gift of comprehension.
The chief characteristics of this blend are vigilance and caution...each step carefully weighed prior to being taken.
The power of intuition inherent in these natives is truly quite remarkable and they rarely go amiss when they rely upon their own judgment as formulated by their intuition.
Ability to reach out to others more skillfully
The natural sensitivity of the Pisces Aries cusp combination makes for one of the most understanding character of the Zodiac. There is the ability here to reach out to others more skillfully than most other cusp combinations and these natives find much satisfaction in aiding those around them to achieve full potential.
Inherent temperament fluctuations
Temperament fluctuates with this cusp and is often volatile. A deep understanding of innermost motives and feelings is essential to those born of this blend in order for them to maintain any kind of relationship.
Rarely led away by their passions and particularly sensual
With regard to relationships, individuals born of this blend are rarely led away by their passions. Indeed neither the males nor the females are particularly sensual. However, they are clean-minded and generally of admirable normal character, as well as being playful, devoted and somewhat romantic. Pisces Aries cusp can be faithful partners, although the faithfulness may be more emotional than literal.
As with all cusp individuals, Pisces Aries cusp natives are compatible to and tend to be attracted to others born on the cusp...particularly those who fall within the Libra Scorpio cusp and Taurus Gemini cusp combinations.
The most important lesson to be learned by the Pisces Aries native is the benefit of patience and every effort should be made to curb the impetuous side of this subject's nature.