Hunter's Moon at Dusk 2010

Hunter's Moon at Dusk 2010
View of Hunter's Moon Spectacular

Thursday, November 26, 2009

What are the two kinds of Sagittarius?

Astrology - The traveler, Sagittarius, is represented in the heavens as half horse, and half man. Sag holds a lyre in one hand, and has a bow and arrow nearby. The lyre represents joy, and the archery symbolism denotes travel, and sports.

Sagittarius loves to play games of any kind be it board games or outdoor sports. They are candid and engaging. Good writers and storytellers come under this astrological association.

More terms that describe this native are high caliber, and people who love freedom. Imagination and intellect are the trademark. Sagittarius almost always has a jovial nature

They find success with travel. They are also kindhearted and charitable. Somewhat scattered, the Sagittarian is also unreliable at times.

This astrological sign is one that has heard the still, small voice. The spiritual nature comes through the representative planet of Jupiter, which in turn provides a good luck streak in life. The color is blue.

Famous people in history with Sagittarius astrology are Milton, Spinoza, Churchill, Beethoven, Jimi Hendrix, and Keith Richard.

Undesirable characteristics include boisterousness, overconfidence, uncompromising, imbibing in the spirits too much.

Ruled by Jupiter, the planet of prosperity and good luck, Sagittarius may be inclined to gamble too much.

Part of the fire triplicity, Sagittarius is mutable hot, dry and masculine, and positive.

Older astrology texts describe Sagittarius with reference to having duality, but that was dropped eventually, and traded for the notion of two stages of growth. An advanced native will be seen to have characteristics of attraction to the sciences, philosophy, religion or any discipline that reveals the interconnectedness of all things.

A concern about wisdom is preferred to mere knowledge. The Sagittarius wants to understand the world in order to live in it more effectively.

Ref. The Round Art – A.T. Mann
Horoscope Symbols – Robert Hand
The New A to Z Horoscope Maker and Delineator – Llewellyn George

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