Sign-on-Sign Synastry, baby. Loving Leo the Lion
Ever wonder how the signs really act when bitten by the love bug? Throughout the following weeks, I’ll be giving you dense, juicy details about the amorous side of the zodiac. This week I’m starting off with a bang, focusing on the basic love character of Aries the Ram. Aries love hard – there’s no […]Read more "Amorous Aries, The Cardinal Fire Sign in Love"
There is duality and deception aplenty inside the cryptic symbols of Pisces, from the glyph to the constellations’ opposite swimming fish. And those illustrations, working in accordance with this mutable water sign’s inherent intangibility and planetary potentates, reveal yet another unfamiliar and mysterious, though explicitly indispensable aspect of Pisces.Read more "The Glyph and Myth of Pisces"
Forget genius! Here’s how Aquarius and the 11th house is destined for distinction.Read more "11th House and the Fate of Fame"
The symbol of the Water Bearer, which consists of a human figure pouring out liquids from a vase or jug, has for some unknown reason led people to think of this sign as a water sign. Unemotional Aquarius is not a water sign, it is an air sign. One never knows what’s really going on in Aquarius’ […]Read more "The Glyph and Myth of Aquarius"
Each and every zodiac sign has been associated a constellation, a ruling planet, and an element, and all three of those associations prove to be important concurrences that illuminate the misinterpreted temperaments and characters of the twelve zodiac signs – Capricorn is no exception. The Goat (or more accurately, the sea goat), Saturn and tales […]Read more "The Glyph and Myth of Capricorn"
Glyphs can tell you a lot, but myths, elements, planets and those pesky pictographs can tell you even more (as long as you stay on the lookout for symbolism and congruency). So I’m going to make sense of some Greek figures of myth, while concurrently examining the qualities of Libra’s constellation and ruling planet, in […]Read more "The Glyph and Myth of Libra"