Sagittarius Horoscope Nov 23 – Dec 22
Sagittarius Horoscope – The Sign Of The Archer
The zodiacal constellation Sagittarius represents the centaur Chiron. Most of the centaurs were regarded in myth as bestial (meaning cruel), but in fact, Chiron was renowned for his gentleness. The Ninth sign of the zodiac.
Element is Fire.
Positive Key Characteristics
- Optimistic and freedom-loving
- Jovial and good-humoured
- Honest and straightforward
- Intellectual and philosophical
Negative Key Characteristics
- Blindly optimistic and careless
- Irresponsible and superficial
- Tactless and restless
Mythology & History Of Sagittarius Horoscope
Chiron was accidentally shot and wounded by Hercules. The arrow, which had been dipped in the poison of the Lernaean Hydra, inflicted great suffering on Chiron–so great, in fact, that even the talented physician could not cure himself. In agony, but as an immortal unable to find release in death, Chiron instead offered himself as a substitute for Prometheus. The colour of choice for Sagittarius is rich purple. Your star stone (not birthstone) is Topaz and your ruling planet is Jupiter.
Signs Most Compatible With Aries Horoscope
The four most compatible signs with Sagittarius are Aquarius, Aries, Leo and Libra. Less compatible are Capricorn, Pisces, Taurus, Cancer, Virgo, and Scorpio. Variable signs for Libra are Gemini and other Sagittarius signs.
Famous People Born Under Sagittarius Horoscope
Actor Don Johnson, Actress Kim Basinger, Singers Donny Osmond & Sinead O`Connor, Director Woody Allen and Statesman, Winston Churchill.
Sagittarius! About Your Sign
Sagittarians have a positive outlook on life, are full of enterprise, energy, versatility, adventurousness. 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. Their strongly idealistic natures can also suffer many disappointments without being affected. They are honourable, 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 with a strong sense of morality, though they tend to overemphasize the ethical codes they follow. 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 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 conceptions that are new to them. They think rapidly, are intuitive and often original. They are strong-willed and good at organizing, a combination that gives them the ability to bring any project they undertake to a successful conclusion. Their generosity can be balanced by their extreme care at handling their resources.
Sagittarians are ardent, sincere and straightforward in love, normally conventional and in control.Yet if thwarted, they may easily allow their failure to embitter them profoundly. If their marriages are successful, they will be faithful spouses and indulgent parents; but their innate restlessness will inspire them to use even the most satisfying ménage 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. 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. 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. 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.
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.