Most of our knowledge of Egyptian astrology comes from a 12-inch, decorated stone disc, made around 50 B.C. (Cleopatra's time), and discovered in the Temple of Hathor at Dendera in central Egypt. Now it's displayed at the Louvre, where visitors can see that the Egyptian zodiac was divided into 18 constellations, each represented by a different animal, while the 12 months were presided over by gods, goddesses, and sacred creatures.
From inscriptions at the Temple of Hathor, we know that these deities were thought to influence people's personalities, just like today's zodiac signs do. So, we're not saying that you need to call upon the lioness-headed Sekmet, lady of power and fire, to help you nail that presentation, but the option is there.
So, Who Are You Then?