Capricorn Black & White Socks
Capricorn, is the tenth sign of the zodiac December 21 – January 20
Capricorns are both ambitious and determined, so they understand hard work mixed with practical values means taking things one step at a time to reach goals at the top.
Capricorns are extremely dedicated to their goals, almost to the point of stubbornness. Those victories sure smell sweet, though, and that thought alone will keep Capricorns going.
The stellar constellation of Capricorn represents the Sea-Goat, whose mythology extends back to the middle of the Bronze Age. The Babylonians called the Sea-Goat Ea, who was the protective god of water, knowledge, and creation. In Greek mythology, the Sea-Goat has other connections, one being the goat Amalthea who nursed baby Zeus after he escaped being eaten by his father, Cronos. In a later tale, Amalthea’s broken horn was transformed into the “cornucopia” full of earthly bounties.
Capricorn is also associated with Pricus, the father of a race of intelligent and honorable Sea-Goats. Piscus tried to protect his children, who lost their ability to speak and think when they ventured onto dry land, by trying to turn back time to avoid this loss.
He eventually had to surrender to losing all of his children to the wild and was given an immortal home in the heavens as the constellation of Capricorn. This lonely tale may be where some of the melancholy and sadness of the Capricorn archetype originated.
Lucky colours: Brown & Biscuit
Lucky Tarot Card: The Devil
Lucky herbs: Horsetail, Rosemary, St. John’s Wort
Each sock measures 9.5cm x 44cm approximately.
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