Your constellation necklace will come individually packaged with a description of the myth behind the stars.
A note on the Aquarius constellation:
January 20- February 18
Aquarius has been identified as the pourer of the waters that flooded the Earth in the ancient Greek version of the Great Flood myth. The constellation represents a man pouring water from a larger vase. Aquarius lies in the region of the sky sometimes referred to as the Sea, because it contains a number of constellations with names related to water; Pisces (the fish), Eridanus (the river), and Cetus (the whale), among others.