Myth of Pisces
Pisces is the twelfth and final sign of the zodiac. It is associated with the myth of Aphrodite and her son Eros.
According to the myth, Aphrodite and her son Eros were walking along the banks of the Euphrates river when a monster named Typhon attacked them. To escape, Aphrodite and Eros turned themselves into fish and swam away.
In another version of the myth, two fish carried Aphrodite and Eros to safety across the river.
The symbol of the fish associated with Pisces represents the idea of swimming in the depths of the unconscious mind and tapping into the intuitive and spiritual realms. Pisces individuals are often deeply connected to their inner selves and spiritual or mystical beliefs.
The myth of Pisces and Aphrodite/Eros as fish represents the qualities of intuition, sensitivity, and compassion associated with the Pisces zodiac sign. It suggests that Pisces individuals are deeply in touch with their emotions and spiritual beliefs and can easily navigate the depths of the unconscious mind.