18 Oct

November 22 – December 21

Sagittariusis is Latin for the archer.  In Greek mythology, Sagittarius is identified as a centaur: half human, half horse. In some legends, the Centaur Chiron was the son of Philyra and Saturn, who was said to have changed himself into a horse to escape his jealous wife, Rhea. Chiron was eventually immortalised in the constellation of Centaurus or in some version, Sagittarius.

Sagittariusis are scholars and Learners, hotheaded and aggressive Intellectuals tending to be impulsive and independent

They are explorers and interested in mental learning as teachers and philosophers.

Jupiter is the Planet of Luck and many Sagittarians indeed experience more than their share.

They talk and exaggerate too much and have enormous confidence in themselves.

They are outgoing and friendly, broadminded and enthousiastic.


18 Oct

December 22 – January 19

Capricorn is Latin for “horned male goat” or “goat horn”. In Greek mythology, the constellation is sometimes identified as Amalthea, the goat that suckled the infant Zeus after his motherRhea saved him from being devoured by his father Cronos (in Greek mythology). The goat’s broken horn was transformed into thecornucopia or horn of plenty.

Capricorn sets high goals for yourself and then you overcome whatever obstacles may appear between you and the top of your personal mountain. As Capricorn climbs the ladder of success, your ambition pushes you forward. Status can be important to Capricorn and often, at the top of your game, you gain personal satisfaction by knowing that others respect you for what you have accomplished.

Capricorn can dance out on the edge of a cliff, but will never fall. Why? Stability plays an important role, but so does practice. As a typical Capricorn, you may appear reckless, but chances are that your actions will have been very well planned, and probably also rehearsed. Capricorn is always calculating what will happen if you do something. You Capricorns are energetically conservative, only expending enough to get you to where you want to be. No silly impulsive actions for you. This is your best insurance to get to the top of the mountain.


18 Oct

January 19 – February 18

Aquarius is Latin for “water-carrier” or “cup-carrier”.  The symbol for Aquarius is the Water-Bearer, a universal man who is pouring forth water from a jug. In Greek mythology, Aquarius is sometimes associated with Deucalion, the figure who built a ship with his wife Pyrrha to survive an imminent flood. They sailed for nine days before washing ashore on Mount Parnassus.

Aquarius can be good communicators as long as you stay in the mental realms. Aquarius are friendly, but can become uncomfortable as you discuss your feelings. In fact, your friends are very important to you and Aquarius might be involved with groups of like-minded people in a social club, a political action group or a public service group.


18 Oct

February 19 – March 20

Pisces is the Latin plural for fish. Pisces is associated with the Roman legend of Venus and Cupid, who escaped the monster Typhon by transforming into fish and tying themselves together with rope.

Pisces seek salvation within themselves, striving for total self – sufficiency and self – reliance.

Initially they may be appear very materialistic, but that is only because they don’t want to have to worry about material wants on their way to self – knowledge and fullfilment.

They are emotional and sensitive and can easily be influenced by good and bad, practicality and realism often escapes them.

They are also secretive, hard to know, and hardly know themselves.