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Use The Power Of Your Star Sign in The Zodiac
To Help You
Choose That Special Companion...
Sagittarians are;Mostly compatible with Aries and Leo.
Can be good with Capricorn, Aquarius, Libra and Scorpio.
A 50-50 chance with Taurus, Cancer and Sagittarius.
Doubtful with Gemini, Pisces and Virgo.
Below is an in-depth analysis of the characteristics of those born under sun sign Sagittarius.
Those born under the sun sign Sagittarius have a positive outlook on life, are
full of enterprise, energy, versatility, adventurousness and eagerness to extend
experience beyond the physically familiar. They enjoy travelling and
exploration, the more so because their minds are constantly open to new
dimensions of thought. They are basically ambitious and optimistic, and continue
to be so even when their hopes are dashed.
The strongly idealistic nature of Sagittarius can suffer many disappointments without being affected. Sagittarians are honorable, honest, trustworthy, truthful, generous and sincere, with a passion for justice. They are usually on the side of the underdog in society they will fight for any cause they believe to be just, and are prepared to be rebellious. They balance loyalty with independence.
Sagittarians are usually modest and are often religious, with a strong sense of morality, though they tend to overemphasize the ethical codes they follow and worship beliefs about God rather than God Himself. This means that, negatively, they regard rigid, unloving, intolerant adherence to ritual and conventional codes as more important than the truths they symbolize or embody.
They sometimes pay lip service to religions and political parties in which they have ceased to believe because the outward forms satisfy them, yet they may not hesitate to switch allegiance in politics or change their system of belief if they see personal advantage to themselves in doing so.
Sagittarians have both profound and widely ranging minds, equipped with foresight and good judgement, and they can be witty conversationalists. They love to initiate new projects (they make excellent researchers) and have an urge to understand concepts that are new to them. they think rapidly, are intuitive and often original, but are better at adapting than inventing and are at their best when working with colleagues of other types of character that compliment their own.
The Sagittarius subject tends to be strong-willed and good at organizing, a combination that gives the ability to bring any project undertaken to a successful conclusion. Generosity can be balanced by their extreme care at handling resources.
Sagittarians are ardent, sincere and straightforward in love, normally conventional and in control of their sexual natures. Yet if thwarted, they may easily allow their failure to embitter their whole lives or they may revenge themselves upon the opposite sex by becoming cynically promiscuous. A Sagittarius subject is more apt then the average to make an uncongenial alliance.
If their marriages are successful, Sagittarians will be faithful spouses and indulgent parents; but the inborn Sagittarius restlessness will inspire them to use even the most satisfying home life as a base from which to set out on their travels. They need to fell free, and are often faced with the choice of allowing their careers to take over their lives at the expense of the love of their spouse and family. Sagittarian women are the counterparts of their men; even if they have no career to rival their love, they find it difficult to express affection and may run the risk of being thought frigid.
In other personal relationships they are reliable, seldom betraying any trust given to them. They can, however, be impulsively angry and both male and female Sagittarians know how to be outspoken and exactly what expressions will hurt their adversaries most. On the other hand they are magnanimous in forgiving offences and are responsible when looking after the elderly in the family.
Their gifts fit Sagittarians for a number of widely differing professions. They are natural teachers and philosophers with a talent for expounding the moral principles and laws which seem to explain the universe. This gift enables them to be successful churchmen on the one hand and scientists on the other. The law and politics also suit them, as does public service, social administration, public relations and advertising.
Travel and exploration naturally appeal to the restless Sagittarius soul and, if opportunities are limited, they may find something of travel and change of scene in the armed forces or through working as a travelling salesman. Others may make fine musicians and, in the days before automobiles, they were said to be successful at horse trading and all activities, including sporting ones, concerning horses.
This has been translated in modern terms into an interest in cars and aircraft - and again with emphasis on the sporting side of racing, rallying etc. They are said to make good sports coaches, but their tastes in this direction may lead them into imprudent gambling, though the gambling instinct may be sublimated by carrying it out professionally as a bookmaker.
The vices to which Sagittarians are prone are anger they tend to flare up over trifles; impatience - they want to rush every new project through immediately and demand too much of colleagues who cannot work at the pace they require; and scorn of the inadequacies of others while expecting fulsome recognition of their own efforts. They may in one sense deserve recognition, because in completing a major project they will sacrifice their health and family relationships; in their family's eyes they may merit condemnation.
They can be exacting, domineering and inconsiderate in the work place; and boastful, vulgar and extravagant in their private lives. The Sagittarius restlessness, if excessive, can jeopardize more than their own stability. some Sagittarians risk becoming playboys, wasting their lives away in frivolous pursuits. Others can develop a moralizing, religious fanaticism or else turn into hypocrites, their inner prudishness disguised by an outward appearance of joviality. Another side of the religiosity which is a danger in Sagittarians is superstition.
Sagittarius governs the hips, thighs and sacral area. Subjects suffer from
ailments of the hips and thighs and are liable to sciatica and rheumatism. An
alleged deficiency of silicon in their physiques can give them poor skin, nails
As they are often sportsmen indulging in dangerous pursuits, they are prone to accidents which arise from these. The ancient astrologers mention falls from horses and hurts from them and other four-footed beasts. The taking of risks in other sports is a danger to the modern Sagittarian, and he is also liable to accidents with fire and heat.
Optimistic and freedom-loving, Jovial and good-humoured, Honest and straightforward, Intellectual and philosophical.
Blindly optimistic and careless, Irresponsible and superficial, Tactless and restless.LIKES
getting to the heart of the matter
Laws and meanings
the general 'feel' of things
Off the wall theories
being tied down domestically
cooling your heels
bothered with details
As with all sun signs, we all have unique traits to our personalities. When
these traits are suppressed, or unrealized, problems will arise. However, with
astrology we can examine the problem and assess the proper solution based on the
sun sign characteristics.
As a Sagittarius you may see things below that really strike home. Try the solution, you most likely will be amazed at the results. If you find yourself on the receiving end of the negatives below, it is because you are failing to express the positive.
Solution: Be sure that you have a 'product' to match all the 'advertising' you do. Is it fact or is it fiction?
Problem: Others cease to confide in you or to take you seriously.
Solution: Try not to exaggerate or be contentious with others as this could be embarrassing if they feel you are not trustworthy.
Problem: Feeling lost and disillusioned.
Solution: Focus upon one thing that will satisfy you and work toward that point.
Problem: You seem anchored in one spot, unable to move forward.
Solution: You should try to think more positive thoughts and set some short term goals that you can reach, then set more. In this way you will move ahead in your endeavours.
The Ruling Planet of Sagittarius is the Jupiter...
Mean distance from the Sun (AU) 5.202
Body rotation period (hours) 9.92
The Greek love for the horse led to the ennoblement of the centaur in myth and legend. The Centaur Chiron was known for his wisdom and healing abilities. Nessus was killed by Hercules for trying to rape a woman under his charge, and other centaurs were renowned for their weakness for drink. The centaur symbolizes mankind's dual nature as an intellectual creature (the human half) which was also a physical animal (the horse half).
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