Capricorn and Aquarius friendships will be some of the healthiest and most fulfilling that these two sun signs have in their lives.
Sat next to one another on the zodiac wheel, these two astrological signs share are rational horoscope which allows them to innately understand one another. But their compatibility is based as much on their differences, which gives their friendship a spark.
Here are the Capricorn and Aquarius friendship key areas:
|Fun and Excitement||★★★★☆|
|Likelihood to Last||★★★★★|
Capricorn and Aquarius Compatible as Friends?
Capricorn and Aquarius are highly compatible as friends. They are both the type of people that are very picky when it comes to choosing their close friends, and really invest in one another. If these two choose to invest in one another they will find that they share a rational wavelength that feels very comfortable.
But, at the same time, Capricorn and Aquarius are different enough that they spark off one another, so they never get bored.
Capricorn and Aquarius are very likely to find that they have a lot in common. They both disdain fads, and believe in looking to the source of things for what is timeless. They are also both detail-oriented people, so like things that take a lot of technical skill or study to master.
Aquarius is more original and creative than Capricorn, while Capricorn is more persistent. Aquarius is also more set in their ideas and more likely to reject the ideas of others.
Meanwhile, while Capricorn is firm, they better understand the value of listening to the perspectives of others, and then deciding for themselves what they think.
Aquarius also tends to be consummately confident in their skills and what they create, and don’t need the approval of anyone else.
Capricorn, on the other hand, can be very self-critical, and often need praise to give them a self-esteem boost. Unfortunately, Aquarius is not the type to spontaneously offer praise and encouragement.
Capricorn is very open and generous and like to help the people in their lives. They believe that you get back what you put in, so they always give as much of themselves as they can. But only to a point. Capricorn also believes that you can best help others when you help yourself. So, when they need to, they put themselves first.
Aquarius respects this trait in Capricorn, as they too tend to put themselves first. But this is because Aquarius, deep down, tends to think that they are alone in the world and don’t owe anyone anything. This doesn’t mean that they never lend a helping hand. But they do this because they want to, not because they feel that they are obliged to.
But these two rational beings understand each other. And while they may not extend blind loyalty to one another, neither of them respects this kind of blindness. They prefer someone that they can understand and trust for rational reasons, like one another.
Fun & Excitement
Capricorn and Aquarius take a lot of joy in one another’s company. Both of them enjoy learning and growing, and prefer “doing something” productive than going out on the town. Aquarius will often take the lead when it comes to ideas, but Capricorn’s consummate organization skills mean that they play an essential role in making it all happen.
These two will love doing projects together or holiday together. They will even enjoy going out together, as they both tend to have the same threshold for when to call it a night. They both prefer to leave when things are on a high, rather than stick around until the bitter end.
Likelihood to Last
Capricorn and Aquarius are both very particular about choosing their friends. They know that they have a limited capacity to dedicate to true friends, and so they choose who they let into their pack carefully. But this means that they value those friendships, and therefore nurture them and hold onto them in the long term.
As a result, these two are likely to be friends for life. Of course, as their lives evolve, they may find that they have more of less contact with each other. But these two, if they choose to become close, will remain so.
Capricorn and Aquarius, if they choose one another, are very likely to form a deep bond. While both may have a lot of friends, they probably have a relatively small circle of friends that they consider family. And neither are interested in having superficial connections within that circle. They want to be able to share themselves with those people, and they will.
These two will also find that they are very much on the same wavelength, as they are both rational and detailed oriented. But at the same time, they bring different perspectives to the table, with Aquarius carrying certainty and Capricorn doubt. For this reason, they also challenge one another.
Capricorn and Aquarius Potential to be More Than Just Friends
The way that Capricorn and Aquarius can understand one another means that their connection is ripe to grow into romance. Both have a deep desire to be understood, so that is supremely attractive in another person.
But these two signs, say next to one another on the zodiac wheel, and different enough that they challenge one another, which adds the pinch of excitement.
When these two are on the same page, it is easy for them to make a relationship work. But when they have different opinions on the fundamentals, it can be difficult, as neither likes to budge.
As a result, it can be difficult for them to find common ground, which can drive them apart.
But if these two do manage to work through any differences, they will find that they have a relationship that is a safe place for both of them, which lets them flourish both as a couple and as individuals.
It can be one of the healthiest relationships that these two have in their lives. Though it is unlikely to be without arguments.
Jessica has had a keen interest in the esoteric since she was a teenager, studying and practicing for many years.
More recently, she has become interested in how new age practices can be used to boost confidence and self-esteem, and help people take control of their lives and their mindsets.
An Australian abroad, Jessica has a Masters from the University of Oxford where she studied ancient religions and cult practices. After graduating, she worked for the Oxford University Museums for several years.
She now lives in Brazil where she works as a freelance writer, translator and Capoeirista.