Fire Sign

Similar: Earth Sign, Air Sign, Water Sign, Element

There are 4 elements that rule the 12 Zodiac signs: fire, water, earth, and air

The term fire sign is an Astrology term that refers to the series of Zodiac signs ruled by the element of fire:

These sign rule the 1st, 5th, and 9th are all positive polarities (or more yang instead of yin).

The element of fire represents passion, creativity, spontaneity, and spark. They are If you need someone to get the job done or light a fire under a situation, call a fire sign.

While signs ruled by other elements (air, earth, and water) focus on logic, planning, and slow calculated movement, fire signs are not. People born under fire signs are very quick moving and energetic, with a lot of passion and excitement. This can mean that they aren’t as detail-oriented, but what they lose in detail they make up in enthusiasm and productivity. 

Fire signs are the speed and drive of our society, which is why they are represented by the element fire in the first place. 

They act upon their common drive, which is to keep moving and make the world a happier and more energetic place. Sagittarius’ are optimistic and bring the adventure, Leo’s are outgoing and bring success, Aries are energetic and bring spontaneity. 

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