Pisces Dean 2 are ruled by Jupiter and the moon (Cancer triple). They are the slipperiest fish, now you see them, now not. The sun meanders through this muggy zone from March 1st to March 10th. This area is home to the Aquarius Waters, the Male Water Snake, the Eridanus River, the Phoenix, the Sculptor and the West Fish of Pisces.
These amphibious creatures are masters of disguise and can blend in with any environment with ease. Pisces Decan 2 is probably the most liquid range of Pisces, which means it also comes at risk of being the most toxic. These test subjects perceive their surroundings very well and can therefore have a positive or negative effect.
Sacrifice / Savior & Resurrection
That placement would be great for a spy, but the most criminal and slimiest individual could turn this great power into something quite nefarious. In Pisces decan 2, the evolutionary state of the soul is of the greatest importance. They can absorb toxins just as well as love and bliss. Whatever the choice, they just suck the juice out, so it’s better to be good juice.
Sometimes these people just don’t know who they are, so they tend to be easily molded and manipulated by those who are closest to them. Pisces Dean 2 should therefore try to connect with the clean life and spiritual awareness. Much depends on how grounded the rest of the card is, but if you keep up with the right amount, nasty scum won’t build up on this aquarium!
The symbol of the fish is as ambiguous as its subjects, two fish swim in opposite directions, but tied together by a string for all eternity. Pisces can be the womb or the grave, it is on the threshold of resurrection. Pisces Dean 2 may be the victim or the savior, or alternate between the two. In the worst case, it can be the martyr who sacrifices so much of himself that all that remains is a very bitter and angry empty shell of what once was. With the water snake here, this festering anger can manifest itself in two ways. Either this leads to an illness of the subject, or they could take revenge on those to whom they were once so devoted.