Your Danger 🚨 Level as Told 🗯 by Your Star ⭐️ Sign ♌️♈️♏️♓️ ...


We often turn to our horoscope to find how our day, week, month, or even year is going to turn out.

Sometimes it's all in good fun and sometimes we take it too seriously.

Whatever the reasoning, our horoscopes can sometimes reveal so much about us as a person.

As a Virgo, I find the overly organized and analytical description of me is extremely accurate-to a fault!

Well according to, our zodiac signs can now reveal how dangerous we are.

Find yours below and let us know in the comments if you agree or disagree with this list!

1. Gemini


Surprise, surprise: Of all the zodiac signs, it turns out that the least dangerous is Gemini.

You hear that, Kanye West?

You ain’t so bad after all.

No, but seriously, if a Gemini were to live life on the wild side, it’d probably just include stealing from your local grocery store.

But beware: There’s an exception to every rule, as Jeffrey Dahmer was a Gemini and… well, you know how that went.

2. Aquarius


It’s no secret that the Aquarian is a generally an amiable person — till you do them wrong, that is.

When it comes to danger, this sign is ferocious when they’ve been stabbed in the back or have become a victim of wrongdoing.3

Otherwise, though, they’re pretty good natured, landing them on the number two spot on this list.

3. Leo

black and white, monochrome photography, darkness, monochrome, film noir,

Roaring aside, Less typically steer clear of trouble.

Notorious for their fierceness and all-eyes-on-me ways, this sign can get a little crazy though.

In fact, a situation can escalate from 0 to 100 real quick for a Leo due to their psychotic temperament.

Not to mention, their NEED for fame — even if it does come at a price.

4. Libra

audience, interaction,

Strangely enough, Libras are more likely to commit a crime than Less and Geminis.

Weird, right?

Well known for their kindness and patience, Libras tend to… snap.

Especially when their kindness is taken advantage of.

You’ve been warned.

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