Every person has a Greek God who represents their personality, and you can find out yours. Just find your birthdate in the list below…
Not only does every person have their own personal Zodiac sign and Egyptian Zodiac sign, now you can discover your personal Greek god based solely on your birthday.
Just like learning about your Zodiac sign, learning about your Greek god can tell you a lot about your personality and mindset. You can find out who your Greek god is from the list below by finding your birthday. What will you learn about yourself when you find out more about your Greek god?
1/20 – 2/18 ~ Poseidon
Poseidon, the son of Cronus and Rhea, is the god of the sea, storms, and earthquakes. Just like Poseidon, you can be a short-tempered, impulsive, and passionate. If you were a god, your anger or passion would be enough to move the sea and the earth just like Poseidon. You should always try to channel this raw passion towards something positive and you should try to build relationships with people who are just as passionate as you.
2/19 – 3/20 ~ Hades
Hades, another son of the Titans Cronus and Rhea, is the god of the dead and the earth. Actually, he is the god of the minerals and riches found in the earth, because Hades is also the god of fertility and riches. Hades has a three-headed guard dog named Cerberus, a cap of invisibility which he could use to be invisible even to other gods, and a chariot drawn by four black horses. You might come off as a villain sometimes but really you just have a flair for the dramatic. You can be dark in your humor sometimes but it’s all in good fun and deep down you’re a playful and fun person.
3/21 – 4/19 ~ Ares
Ares, the son of Zeus and Hera, is the god of war. Ares is all about one thing: passion. How passionate? Well, Ares had 8 children with his main lover, Aphrodite the goddess of love. Ares has sisters and they’re the goddesses of strife, discord, and war. Ares is by far the most passionate of the gods. You tend to be just like Ares in the way that you love, compete, and live your everyday life. You live your life to the fullest and people are envious of your natural energy.
4/20 – 5/20 ~ Hestia
Hestia, the daughter of the Titans Cronus and Rhea, is the goddess of the heart, the home, and family. Just like Hestia, you know what is truly important in your life and that is your friends and family. You value relationships with your close friends and family more than anything else in the world. You bring people together with your domestic abilities and people respect your stability.
5/21 – 6/20 ~ Eros
Does this go without saying? Eros, the son of Aphrodite and Ares, is the god of sexual desire and attraction. As the love child of the god of war and the goddess of love, Eros is one of the most beautiful gods. Since Eros is one of the winged love gods, he is often compared to Cupid. Nobody can resist you because of your sweet and gentle demeanor. People trust your kind and loving spirit.
6/21 – 7/22 ~ Artemis
Artemis, the daughter of Zeus and Leto, is the god of hunting and the forest. You are definitely the outdoors type. You have an adventurous personality and you love to explore the nature just like Artemis. Artemis, much like you, was really attuned with animals and was regularly shown with her hunting dogs as a companion.
7/23 – 8/22 ~ Zeus
Zeus, the son of the Titans Cronus and Rhea, is the god of the sky, justice, law, and order. Because Zeus is the one who overthrew his father Cronus, many consider him to be one of the most powerful gods — if not the most powerful. He did save his siblings from a dire fate, after all. Zeus rules high upon Mount Olympus and is respected and revered by gods and mortals alike.
8/23 – 9/22 ~ Hermes
Hermes, the son of Zeus and Maia, is the god of trade, messages, and athletes. The messenger of the gods represents you best because of your amazing communication skills. You are also mentally agile, and you are good at solving problems and creating compromises. You may not do much bartering or trading in these days, but you certainly are a good mediator.
9/23 – 10/22 ~ Aphrodite
Aphrodite, the daughter of Uranus, is the goddess of love and beauty. You are an optimist, so most people see you as happy-go-lucky and carefree. Like Aphrodite, you are whimsical and a dreamer, and you tend to see the best in everyone. In fact, you see the beauty in everyone, and you try your best to bring light and beauty to the world every day.
10/23 – 11/21 ~ Demeter
Demeter, the daughter of the Titans Cronus and Rhea, is the goddess of agriculture and fertility. Demeter is also the goddess of sacred law, though. As the goddess of sacred law, she has been called the “Law-Bringer.” While your blessings can bring fertility and productivity, someone would regret crossing you. Because of this Demeter is sometimes called the earth shaker. Your passion matches Demeter’s on almost every level.
11/22 – 12/21 ~ Dionysus
Dionysus, the son of Zeus, is the god of wine and theater. And just like Dionysus, you too are artistic and whimsical. You have a flair for the dramatic, and your best quality is your creativity. You tend to enjoy music or any other good entertainment. But what’s even better is you touch everyone around you, and you make everyone believe that they too can be artistic and creative like you. You embolden people and encourage them to try new things.
12/22 – 1/19 ~ Apollo
Apollo, the son of Zeus and Leto, is the god of music, the sun, poetry, and art. While he has a number of talents, including archery, he is also the god of knowledge and light. Apollo seems like a jack-of-all-trades type, much like you. You are an intellectual person, much like Apollo, and you try your hand at many things – most of which you are good at. Apollo represents order, harmony, and reason. Much like you, Apollo enjoyed harmony and order in his life.