โ›Ž Ophiuchus

Expresses:

Thirteenth Zodiac, Constellation, Healing, God of Medicine, Greek Myth, Serpent Bearer

โ›Ž Meaning: A capital โ€˜Uโ€™ with a wave-like small curve joining connecting both extensions of the alphabet at the middle. This symbol seems to be engraved in white onto the top surface of a purple square.

The โ›Ž Ophiuchus emoji refers to the thirteenth zodiac sign thatโ€™s rarely used in the popular list of astrological signs. This emoji signifies the zodiac symbol of a serpent-bearer. Hence, suggesting a sense of โ€˜having a grip on poison/harm/dangerโ€™.

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How and When to Use the โ›Ž Ophiuchus Emoji

  • Since the 13th zodiac is not as well-known as the list of 12, โ›Ž may not be brought into contexts of astrology or horoscope. But, it can be used in mythological and mythical frameworks, based on the symbol.
  • Based on the Greek myth, Ophiuphus has a close relation to Asclepius; the god of medicine and healing. So, while sharing โ€˜healingโ€™ based posts from a spiritual perspective or a medicinal POV, include โ›Ž โ€“ โ€œHealing comes from within โ›Žโ€ or โ€œMeditation is my medication โ›Žโ€.
  • Ophiuchus, if considered a zodiac, is merged in between Scorpio and Sagittarius (which doesnโ€™t appear in astrological calendars). Hence, โ›Ž may symbolize a โ€˜cuspโ€™ if not an actual and verified zodiac sign.
  • A few examples for the previous point are โ€“ โ€œReally? I thought she was a Gemini cusp โ›Žโ€ or โ€œI seem to be grasping the best qualities from both Capricorn and Aquarius โ›Žโ€

Other Names

  • โ›Ž Thirteenth Zodiac Constellation
  • โ›Ž Ophiuchus Zodiac
  • โ›Ž The Snake Bearer
  • โ›Ž Serpent Bearer
  • โ›Ž Serpentarius
  • โ›Ž God of Medicine
  • โ›Ž Healing
  • โ›Ž Asclepius