Some zodiac signs are more presidential than others.
Aquarius and Scorpio were the two most popular among the 44 US presidents.
Virgo and Aries were the rarest signs.
But, all in all, the presidents were spread out across the board when it comes to their horoscopes.
The United States is currently being run by a Gemini.
That’s right. US President Donald Trump was born on June 14, 1946, toward the tail end of Gemini’s horoscope range.
To recap, twelve astrological signs make up the classic Western zodiac, which dates back to ancient times. Sun sign astrology, which focuses on the position of the Sun on your birthday, took hold in the 20th century. It seeks to link each astrological sign with vaguely-worded personality profiles.
So can these astrological symbols tell us anything about the tenures of individual US presidents?
No. Of course not.
But, whether you think horoscopes are fluff and nonsense or you religiously check if Mercury is about to retrograde, it’s fun to look back on what constellation each president was born under.
Here’s a look at the zodiac signs of each US president:
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Each zodiac sign boasts at least two presidents
When it comes to the frequency of presidential zodiac signs, Aquarius and Scorpio are tied for first.
Five presidents were born between January 20 and February 18, and five presidents were born between October 23 and November 21.
Meanwhile, Aries and Virgo proved to be the rarest zodiac signs among the 44 presidents.
Some of the most famous — and unlucky — presidents were born under the sign of Aquarius
What about the sign of the water-carrier is so seemingly presidential?
Well, those born under Aquarius are characterized as smart, stubborn, and brutally honest, according to INSIDER.
But, strangely enough, four of the five Aquarius presidents died in office.
William Henry Harrison succumbed to a pneumonia a month into his tenure. Franklin D. Roosevelt died 11 weeks into his fourth term, just months before the end of World War II.
Assassins’ bullets cut down both Abraham Lincoln and William McKinley.
Ronald Reagan was the lone survivor of the bunch, although he was shot in the chest in a 1981 assassination attempt.
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Source:: Business Insider