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Hello Sagittarius!

It is Your Birthday This Month.  See who Shares it With You:

Mark Twain, JFK Jr., Winston Churchill, Walt Disney, John Kerry,

The USA (rising sign) 


Sagittarius is the Sign of Far & Wide

Sagittarius People are attracted to the Big Wide World. 

They Need to Travel and Expand their Horizons.

They learn a foreign language or connect with Foreigners, Other Ethnic Groups & Religions, 

even in their own home town.

The Internet is one of the best things that happened to Sagittarius...

Sagittarius Loves All Things Foreign, and Large Open Spaces.

Sagittarius is the Sign of Learning & Wisdom

Higher Education is very important in the life of Sagittarius People.

They Love Knowledge and make good Scientists, Philosophers & Thinkers.

 They are attracted to sweeping scope of human thought & schools of wisdom.

They are interested in the Big Picture and get Impatient with the Details

Sagittarius is the Sign of Justice & Righteousness

"Right & Wrong" is a running Theme in the life of the Sagittarius.

However, this can turn negative when they think the Truth is on their side only.

They may turn people against them by their need to be 'in the right'.

Sagittarius Has a Dark Side Too

The connection with Other Ethnic Groups & Religions at times turns on its head 

and becomes Hatred, Intolerance & Racial Bias !!!

We see it in Ethnic Slurs, Bigotry, Anti-Semitism, Racism of all kinds.

The life-lesson of Sagittarius Person is to learn Tolerance - on the personal & social level.


Mark Twain (Sagittarius: b. Nov. 30, 1835) embodied all the above:

His wring he gave expression to the relations between blacks & whites in the pre-Civil-War South.

In his youth he held jobs that included a riverboat pilot, a reporter, a journalist.

Later in life he earned international renown as a writer, lecturer and traveler.

He exposed bigotry and narrow-mindedness, 

and through his extensive travel abroad brought the foreign experience 

into the American awareness. 

JFK Jr. (Sagittarius: b. Nov. 25. 1960) expressed it in "George":

The connection between Sagittarius & the Law first showed up in his failed attempt at the legal profession, which was well-documented as the effort of his mother to steer his career.

It came back in a very promising way through the magazine George that he founded.

In his teenage years he also volunteered in South America.

He also loved Sports in the Outdoors.

His life was cut short by a tragic accident, and so we will never know how far his Sagittarius soul would have taken him...

The USA Chart (Sagittarius Rising: b. July 4, 1776) expresses it in Race Relationship:

The Great Paradox of the American Experience is the fact that the greatest country in the world, born of the notion of freedom of religion, freedom of expression & and free-speech, 

is still trying to rid itself of the legacy of slavery,

which began right there from the start of the settlement.

It shows us, on a grand scale, the Dark Side of Sagittarius, still lurking in the Human Psyche.

Pluto In Sagittarius (1995 - 2008) has exposed Race, Religion & Foreign Affairs Issues:

The transit of Pluto in Sagittarius has highlighted All the Above issues in the most acute way.

The events of September 11, 2001 were the bursting of a pressure pot 

that was waiting to happen underneath the surface.

These issues will be with us until 2008, when Pluto will leave Sagittarius and enter Capricorn.

In the 1960's, when Pluto affected the chart of the US from the sign of Virgo,

we had the Super Powers Nuclear Scare and the assassination of JFK, the Civil Rights Movement and the racial tension that culminated in the assassination of Martin Luther King.