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November 23rd – December 21st
Aiming an arrow at the stars, Sagittarius links to Chiron the freedom loving and divine healing Centaur.
Symbol – Archer.
Glyph - Symbolic of Chiron, King of the Centaurs who bears a bow and arrow.
Element – Fire.
Planet – Jupiter.
Quality – Mutable.
Personal Creed- I See.
Sagittarius Day – Thursday, ruled by Jupiter.
Colour – Blue, dark blue, purple.
Gemstones – Topaz, turquoise, azurite, lapis lazuli, amethyst, smoky quartz.
Flowers and Herbs – Carnations, sage, aniseed, balsam, rush, hyssop, horsetail, coltsfoot, bergamot, mace, nutmeg, mulberries.
Trees – Limes, oak, birch, ash, clove, lemon, fig, maple, Morton Bay Fig.
Metal – Tin.
Tarot- Major Arcana – 14 Temperance.
Minor Arcana – Page of Wands.
Animals and Creatures - Horses, centaurs, all hunted animals.
Gods and Goddesses – Chiron, Jupiter, Philyra, Jason, Achilles, Bel, Odin (Wotan) Zeus, Hercules.
This is a term to define the twelve sectors of the sky. Each planet falls into one of these houses. Sagittarius is associated with the Ninth House. This relates to our philosophy on life, beliefs, travel, morals and higher education.
Work- healing, researchers, travel trade, science, philosophy, design, healing, broadcasting, teaching.
Leisure Times – Horse back riding, adventure quests, travel, sports, tarot reading, spiritualism.
Love and Relationships Happy to make lots of friends, this star sign does not easily settle until later in life. Your partner will need to keep the fires burning in this relationship to avoid you becoming bored and having that “fenced in” feeling. A single Sagittarian is not a happy one.
The thighs, hips, liver and muscles. Sagittarians should avoid any type of stimulants. Lots of regular exercise and natural food intake is needed to maintain an active healthy lifestyle.
Cell Salt – Silica.
Climbing, horseback riding, team sports.
(This is not a diet to stick to and all things in moderation!) Oats, wheat, barley, asparagus, corn, endive, cucumber, red cabbage, apples, citrus, bananas, berries, fresh fish, exotic fruits and foods, wine, champagne, coffee, (in moderation) tofu, cottage cheese, alfalfa, vegetarian dishes as opposed to lots of meat, maple sugar, figs, truffles, expensive and imported foods.