… in order to satiate the astrological malnutrition of Taurus, more of the earth sign’s character must be stretched out and explained. It is no longer acceptable to simply write the Bull off as an obstinate pleasure-seeker or homely hog, or even a fixed, unfailing plodder. Taurus is biding their time, saving and organizing their resources until it is the perfect moment to say to the world in a quiet, secure manner: I have. And indeed, Bulls have just as much, if not more to offer the world as anyone else. Taurus is the inceptive earth sign, which means it has laid the groundwork for the zodiac’s other two muddy buddies. Their strength of purpose and gentle charisma, in addition to their understated nonaggression allows them to arouse interest from even the most unresponsive people, making us all wish we knew more about this steady and serene sign. Fortunately for Bulls and no-Bulls alike, this sign isn’t exaggeratedly complex. Taurus isn’t trying to hide any facets of themselves from the cosmos or populace. In fact, most of what you hear about Taurus is true. If, however, you’re reading the room when a Taurus occupies it. And not simply relying on the unkind testimonies and claptrap most reports seem to provide.
This is an excerpt from my ebook, Taurus: the Delight, which is the second chapter of my complete astrology sign description book, The Zodiac Abstract. And what makes Taurus: the Delight different from the rest? Well, it is more than just a sun sign description. My aim was to provide information pertaining to every Taurus placement (sun, moon, venus, mercury, mars, and the ascendant), while still making everything easy to read for both astrology newbies and devotees. Here’s a quick run-through of what you’ll encounter:
The first section I describe the physical characteristics and style preferences of Taurus. Following that is the GUTS section, where I describe every basic quality of the sign, how Bulls think, speak, and act, and also what hobbies and occupations they are drawn to. Next I’ll explain the meaning of Taurus’ animal and planetary symbols by way of myths in the GLYPH section. Lastly, I expose the bad habits and negative expressions of the earth sign’s aforementioned ‘good side’ and the damage Bulls can cause in the GRIEF section.
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