What is considered the cusp in astrology? Cusps, in popular understanding, are the days bordering the sun’s transition into a new sign. For example, those born between February 16 and 21 may consider themselves on the Aquarius-Pisces cusp, like my mom. Or if you were born between June 18 and June 24, you’d be on the Gemini-Cancer cusp.
How do you know if you were born on a cusp? Simply put, to be born within a few days of the Sun’s transition from one sign to the next would mean you were born on the cusp of two signs. This includes the following dates: Aries-Taurus, aka the Cusp of Power: April 16–22. Taurus-Gemini, aka the Cusp of Energy: May 17–23.
Can a person have 2 zodiac signs? Well, here’s the final say when it comes to cusp signs in astrology: They don’t exist. “Cusp signs” are a popular astrological myth. A planet can only be in one place in the zodiac at a time, meaning you can only have one sun sign — because the sun can’t be in two places at once.
What signs are compatible with cusp? The most compatible signs would be Libra, Gemini, Capricorn, Virgo, and Sagittarius. Taurus is powerful and Gemini is charming and hardworking. A Gemini loves to flirt and Taurus abides by relationships. Both the signs are known for being extremely hard working.