So tap into history by learning your African zodiac sign.
The African zodiac is similarly made up of 12 signs in one of the four elements: Air, Earth, Water, and Fire—an ancestral nod to our people’s ancient alignment with nature. But even though there are 12 signs, their dates vary from the astrological symbols we know.
For example, if your birthday is between January 4th and February 3rd, your sign is ‘The Baobab Tree,’ a symbol of honesty, genuineness, and thoughtfulness. ‘The Traveler,’ born between September 4th and October 3rd, is a sensitive and complex person meant to travel the ancestral path and connect with Spirit.
The signs also tell us which day of the week is best for us. For example, those born between Oct. 4 and Nov. 3, should embrace Fridays, and those born between March 6 and April 4, should treasure Tuesdays.
Our ancestors were trying to make sense of the world, just as we do today.. But whether you believe in zodiacs or not, our greatness has always been written in the stars.
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