Personal traitsSagittarians are positive people. They have a bright outlook on life, are enterprising, full of energy and vitality. Versatile, adventurous and eager to expand their range beyond the comfortable and familiar. They enjoy travel and exploring, and their minds are continually searching for new experiences. They are ambitious, optimistic folk, and nothing seems to get them down.
Positive TraitsThey are generous by nature, but are quite resourceful in caring for and balancing their resources. Sagittarians are ardent, sincere and straightforward in relationships. They are generally conventional and in control of their sexual natures.In friendship they are reliable, and can be counted on.
Negative TraitsSagittarians have a quick temper and a biting tongue, often speaking before giving forethought to the full effect of their words. Their rage may pass quickly, but the stinging of their comments often remains. They are quick to jump on inadequacies of others while expecting full recognition of their own efforts. they can be exacting, and inconsiderate in their work life, while boastful and extravagant in their private lives.
ProfessionSagittarians are versatile people and can be found in a number of professions. They are by nature teachers and philosophers. Nothing is better play to a Sagittarian than expounding on the moral principles, laws and ideas that explain the universe. Through these traits they serve well as theologians or scientists.
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Advice for the SagittariansThe Sagittarius love of sports often leads to an indulgence in dangerous pursuits. Many centaurs are prone to accidents due to a tendency of taking too many risks. They are more inclined to suffer from rheumatism and in their latter years by sufferings of teh nervous system.
Origins in MythologyCentaurs belong primarily to Greek mythology. They combine a savage and untamed animal nature with an ancient wisdom of human culture. The wisest, and in some references, oldest of the centaurs was Chiron. Rather than selfishly retain this knowledge, Chiron tutored the great heroes of Greece. Among his charges were non less than Achilles, Acteon, Jason and Hercules.
Michel de Notre Dame 'Nostradamus'
(December 14, 1503)
French Doctor, Astrologer, Legendary Prophet
Akbar (December 3, 1542)
Indian Mogul Emperor
Tycho Brahe (December 14, 1546)
Danish Court Astrologer to King Frederick II
Credited with refining planetary calculations.
John Milton (December 9, 1608)
William Blake (November 28, 1757)
English Poet, Painter, Visionary
Ludwig von Beethoven (December 16, 1770)
German Music Composer
Jane Austen (December 16, 1775)
Mark Twain (November 30, 1835)
American Author, Satirist, Humorist
Winston Churchill (November 30, 1874)
English Prime Minister
Khalil Gibran (December 6, 1883)
Lebanese Spiritual Author, Poet
Charles De Gaulle (November 22, 1890)
French Commander-General and President
Walt Disney (December 5, 1901)
American Storyteller, Animator
Naguib Mahfouz (December 11, 1911)
Egyptian Novelist, Playwright
Frank Sinatra (December 12, 1915)
American Singer, Actor
Kirk Douglas (December 9, 1916)
American Actor, Director
Dick Clark (November 30, 1929)
American Television Host
Jane Fonda (December 21, 1937)
Tina Turner (November 26, 1938)
American Singer, Actress
Bruce Lee (November 27, 1940)
Chinese Martial Arts Master, Actor
Richard Pryor (December 1, 1940)
American Comedian, Actor
Harry Chapin (December 7, 1942)
American Singer-Songwriter, World Hunger Activist
Steven Spielberg (December 18, 1946)
American Film Director
Caroline Kennedy (November 27, 1956)
Author, Daughter of President, John F. Kennedy
John F. Kennedy Jr. (November 25, 1960)
Publisher, Son of President, John F. Kennedy
Brad Pitt (December 18, 1963)