General TraitsEdit

Some general traits of the sun sign Aries are also helpful in determining the implication of aspects that are interacting with this sun sign, or in the house it occupies.

Positive TraitsEdit

  • Open-Minded
  • Enthusiastic
  • Action-oriented
  • Love to be first
  • Champion of Causes
  • Spontaneous
  • Individualistic
  • Outspoken
  • Alert
  • Ambitious
  • Candid
  • Adventurous
  • Energetic
  • Pioneering
  • Courageous
  • Confident
  • Quick-witted
  • A generous friend

Arians Love:Edit

  • Action
  • Coming First
  • Challenges
  • Championing Causes
  • Spontenaity

Negative TraitsEdit

  • Selfish
  • Quick-tempered
  • Impulsive
  • Foolhardy
  • Lacking in real direction
  • Poor Followers
  • Hate Waiting
  • Impatient

Arians Cant Stand:Edit

  • Waiting around
  • Humouring fools
  • Admitting failure
  • Tyranny
  • Other people's advice

The Aries CharacterEdit

The spring equinox falls on the 21st of March, making Aries the first sign of the zodiacal year. Aries are just bursting with new life, and their youth-like nature follows them all their lives.

"Aries is about learning the boundaries of individualism, [coming] to every situation as though it is brand-new," needing to learn and absorb as much as possible. Bursting with new ideas, their "life lesson is to learn that doing things with others is more effective," a lesson not easily learned until much later in life [1].

Thought ProcessEdit

"Aries spend a lot of time thinking about how quickest to get from A to B, and they can come up with some very laterally minded solutions. For this reason they can be obstinate about obeying directions. It is very important to explain the reasons for doing something carefully to an Aries. Everything must be carefully ordered just the way they like it."

Leadershipe Edit

"Aries make courageous leaders, with a genuine and gentle concern for those they command. But they are rather ordinary followers because they are usually convinced that they have a much better way of doing things."


References are as follows:

  1. Johnstone, Caitlin. The Complete Book of Astrology