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Dinaki

Lets see who has the prettiest horoscope. Since I started first, I am Scorpio

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Mary Jane

i think im capricorn

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KathyLauren

I'm a virgo.  Kind of appropriate for someone who is almost asexual.

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Dinaki

Dearest Kathy, we surely need to "lubricate" that thing of ours, as spiders and cobwebs will invade it.

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Becoming Jordan

Amab Sagittarius

Jordan.    Gemini 

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Dinaki

(What Amad means?

English is not my main language spoken)

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KathyLauren
7 hours ago, Dinaki said:

(What Amad means?

 

AMAB = Assigned Male At Birth

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Sally Stone

Another Capricorn here.🐐

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Erikka

Aquarious here

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Kelsey Brooke
Aquarius

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Shay

Gemini - no wonder I have 2 personalities....

Shay

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Jackie C.

Fox. I much prefer the Celtic zodiac. 😄

 

Hugs!

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Dinaki

(@KathyLauren, I thank you dear, now I learned)

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Carrie

I am another Capricorn. 🙂

 

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Shay

what are the celtic zodiac signs. my b day is may 29

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Jackie C.
32 minutes ago, Shay said:

what are the celtic zodiac signs. my b day is may 29

 

That would make you a Seahorse.

 

seahorse-celtic-zodiac-animal-1280x960.jpg

 

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Carrie

Jackie

Nice!!! 🙂

 

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Ms Maddie

Aquarius

Celtic: Cat

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Ryan

Western zodiac: Capricorn

Chinese zodiac: Rooster


I'm surprised how many Caps there are here. 

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Ryan

Had to search for what my Celtic zodiac is, and my Celtic zodiac is a Stag:

-Leader

-Integrity

-Solar Energy

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KathyLauren

I didn't know there was a Celtic zodiac.  Apparently, I am a White Swan.

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Abi

I am Leo in the West and Dragon to the East. The Celtic says Salmon. strange combination. 

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Shay

Jackie says I am  a Seahorse making me a shapeshifter....lets see how true it is when the HRT kicks in, although I have portrayed Paul McCartney, Tom Petty, Bob Dylan and Jim Morrison in costume and concerts over the years to benefit the needy od my community in an annual event I organize called Foodstock.

Heather Shay....

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Kaltia_Atlas

Taurus - celestial

Monkey - Chinese

Seahorse - Celtic

 

So I am bull headed, fast thinking, shapeshifting and stubborn. That describes me to a T! Haha. I love it!

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KymmieL

For me:

celestial: Sagittarius

 

Celtic: Black Horse

 

Chinese: Dragon

 

Kymmie

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