According to astrology, the date we were born defines our personality. Our characteristic features therefore depend on the sign of the zodiac to which we belong. Each one has a period on the calendar, and it is essential to know which one is our sign.
All Astrology manuals quote the Capricorn sign in a dual way, Capricorn/Goat, giving it an emblematic meaning that remains intact. For example, for the ancient Hebrews the goat personified the guilt that it was necessary to atone and water through a universal offering, a scapegoat that should be sacrificed to redeem all mankind.
In the selection of animals of folk art, the goat is assigned the place number sixteen; its pictogram appears between the figure of the Unicorn and the figure of the Ox. This is important to note, since in animal symbolism, the order in which they appear indicates a certain hierarchy and correspondence whose meaning leads us to the fullest understanding of the different systems of zoological groups.
It seems that in the esoteric planispherium, the sign of Capricorn is a principle representing material servitude and, at the same time, the ability to regenerate.
On their most practical side, Capricorns are often associated with ideas such as generosity, wisdom, and spiritual and labor constancy.