What Celtic Zodiac does the Seahorse represent?

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It's time to dive into the enchanting depths of the Celtic animal zodiac where even the tiniest creatures carry cosmic significance!

Meet the seahorse, the whimsical guardian of the watery realms known for its grace, adaptability and mystical allure.

With its delicate fins and swirling patterns, the sea horse navigates the ocean currents with ease embodying the ebb and flow of life's tides. Whether you're riding the waves of change or exploring the hidden depths of your emotions, the sea horse reminds us to embrace the magic of transformation and to dance with the currents of destiny.

So grab your snorkel and flippers, and let the seahorse lead you on a fantastical journey through the shimmering seas of the Celtic animal zodiac!

 

Did you knowSpiny Seahorses and Long Snouted Seahorses are found around Southern Norfolk, South Eastern England and along the south coast up around parts of Wales.  Also up the West coast of Scotland to the Shetland Isles and around the West coast of Ireland.

 

 

 

The Seahorse - May 13 to June 9:

Signifies patience, persistence, and adaptability in different situations.

  • Patience: Seahorses are known for their calm and patient demeanour. Those born under this sign may possess patience in navigating life's challenges and maintaining composure in various situations.
  • Persistence: Seahorses are persistent in their movements and behavior. Individuals with this Celtic zodiac sign may exhibit determination and perseverance in achieving their goals.
  • Adaptability: Seahorses are adaptable to their surroundings. People born under this sign may have a flexible and open-minded approach to life, adjusting to changing circumstances with ease.
  • Resilience: The Seahorse zodiac sign suggests resilience and the ability to withstand currents. Those with this sign may handle adversity with strength and bounce back from challenges.

 

 

 

 

Do you know your Celtic Animal Zodiac sign?  Learn more and click on the image below:-

 

 

 

Blog image - Seahorse by  Mohit Raheja via Canva