The costellation affectionately dubbed Taurus received a namesake in the form of a mid-sized sedan back in Nineteen Eighty-Six. The Ford Motor Company, an American treasure in the world of automotives, introduced a new type of automobile with the induction of the Ford Taurus. The car named after the costellation represented by a raging bull was a big hit...back in eighty-six, the Ford Motor Company announced last week that the will not be a Twenty-Oh-Eight model of the infamous Ford Taurus that so revolutionized the American car industry of the nineteen eighties. But Ford's legendary and affordable car named after a constellation wasn't the only namesake of the Taurus, and if you've ever heard of the Taurus horoscope, you are already ahead of the game.
The Zodiac Sign That Is Taurus
Coming in contrast with the fellow zodiac sign of Scorpio, Taurus is the second Zodiac sign, just behind the fellow zodiac sign of Aries, and is often associated with the love of material things. The Sun occupies the Taurus between several periods, depending on what zodiac calendar is being used. When it comes to the zodiac sign that is Taurus, as with all other zodiac signs, there are three calendars that astrologers may use to gauge the placement of the Taurus. Now just which zodiac is used depends heavily on the region. While most astrologers of the Western world, like the in the United States of America, use the tropical zodiac, the sidereal zodiac or the solar zodiac are used by most used by other astrologers of the world.
Tropical Zodiac For Taurus: Under the tropical zodiac, people born during the period ranging from April twentieth to the twentieth of May are not only "spring babies" but also children of the Taurus.
Sidereal Zodiac: According to the sidereal zodiac, the Taurus is occupied by the Sun between the sixteenth of May and June fifteenth.
Solar Zodiac: The solar zodiac characteristically spans longer than the tropical and sidereal zodiacs. To be classified as "Taurus" under the solar zodiac, you've got to be talking about the period between May fourteenth and June nineteenth.
Characteristics of the Taurus
They don't call Taurus "the bull" for nothing. A person born as a Taurus has quite an illustrious length of attributes to live up to-at least according to the stars. To be born under the sign of Taurus means that a person is not only practical and patient, but also sensitive, affectionate, and determined with an ambitious, sensuous and an go to spirit of reliability. But there is a downside. The sign of Taurus is plagued by a nature to be lazy, jealous, and greedy, all wrapped up and accented with the stubborness of a bull.
Astrologers believe that Taurus rules several parts of the body including:
The vocal chords
and lower area of the jaw
Plus Taurus has a few geographical links to call all it's own, similar to other zodiac signs. Those geographically links include Switzerland, Sweden, Cyprus, Russia, Ireland, and Greece.
Facial Characteristics of the Taurus
According to the story that astrologers are telling, there are even common characteristics amongst the Taurus. Tauruses born in April are routinely big-boned, while the Tauruses that are May babies tend to be of small stature. The Taurus is typically of average height but their appearance is anything but. The look of the Taurus is one of distinction, in other words, most are "lookers." Some of the common characteristics of the Taurus include small and straight teeth, thick hair, shapely lips, glowing skin, eyes that exude expression, and full faces.