The Egyptian zodiac is made up of 12 signs. Certain days of the year are represented by each of the signs. Each astrology sign is symbolized by an Egyptian god with the exception of The Nile. The ancient Egyptians believed your personality and life were determined by the sign you were born under.
Let’s look at an overview of each sign in Egypt astrology:
The 12 Egyptian God / Goddess Signs
The Nile (January 1-7, June 19-28, September 1-7, November 18-26)
The first sign of the Egyptian zodiac is called The Nile. It is representative of a new start. People born under this sign are very passionate about life. They try to avoid conflict whenever they can. They love to dream about the possibilities of life. They are most compatible with Amon-Ra and Set.
Amon-Ra (January 8-21, February 1-11)
The second Egyptian zodiac sign is Amon-Ra. People born under this sign make good leaders. They come across as being very controlled and confident. They strive to be the best at what they do and are motivational and encouraging to others. They may find success in counseling or mentoring. They are most compatible with The Nile and Horus.
Mut (January 22-31, September 8-22)
The third Egyptian zodiac sign in Mut. Mut is a symbol for the mother. People born under this sign are nurturers by nature and make good parents. They are logical and practical thinkers and would do well in careers in law, nursing or teaching. They are most compatible with the signs of Amon-Ra and Thoth.