Fire: Beginnings of things. I like to think about it as spirituality, but a certain kind of spirituality. Something one takes an active part in. Fire signs are progressive in their thoughts. Fire signs stand firm on their opinions, but at the same time, are willing to learn more about subjects, especially Sagittarius. Fire signs are about growth; they are fast movers and usually creative in their own way; they have to express themselves somehow, through exercise or the arts. Without an outlet, the fiery individual will start lashing out - “burning” people, if you will.
Another theme, contributing to the theme of making difficult decisions is Venus and Mercury in Sagittarius. My best friend once told me that Sagittarius is about finding light in the dark. This is true. If you live in the northern hemisphere, the days are gradually getting shorter and shorter, and it’s hard to find light. This concept illustrates the dark undertones of Sagittarius. It’s not all optimism. There is a spiritual theme to Sagittarius, and Sagittarius is another sign very much about morality.
I find Sagittarius to be a knowledge-seeking sign. They are philosophers by nature. These are the people who like to educate, whether through a teaching profession or otherwise. There is an air of youth to the Sagittarius, and even if they are old souls, something about them is very young. I think it’s their senses of humor that keep them going. Having some Sagittarius, we have to make light of an issue somehow and humor is the way to do that. When things get complex, it’s not something that gets talked about. I see Sagittarius people are notorious secret-keepers simply due to the fact that when you talk to them, you never suspect anything is going on because they never discuss it.
Every Sagittarius I know has faced a hardship somehow. I don’t know what it is, but unfortunately Sagittarians tend to suffer from a variety of things having to do with the mind. I have seen this range from eating disorders to OCD to anxiety to depression, but it always seems to be something. In spite of this, many Sagittarians are strong-willed. A friend told me that the theme of Sagittarius is finding light in the dark. Indeed, there is some symbolism going on. Sagittarius occurs in the late fall, when the days start to get dark (in the Western hemisphere anyhow). This is the time when light starts to get scarce during the day. Sagittarius embodies a spirit made to overcome these things. Sagittarians are fighters (shit, even Christina Aguilera, a Sagittarius wrote a song about being a fighter).
And then there is the independence part of Sagittarius. Popular astrology wasn’t wrong about it, but again, it’s the WAY they say it. Saggies aren’t the LEAVE ME ALONE types of people. It’s simply this: they like to have their own space when the time calls for it. Sagittarians appear to have commitment issues because they have a no-bullshit tolerance and so when they get into a relationship and someone starts bullshit, they don’t stand for it (and this is why I love Sagittarians). This is a sign of respect. If you are to be in a friendship or romantic relationship with a Sagittarius, know that respect is key and they only pay respect when they are paid respect.
1 Om: Jewel holder, wish fulfilling one, auspicious one. 2 Namo: prostration 3 Bhagavate: The victorious conqueror 4 Bekhaze (Vaishjaye): medicine Buddha 5 Guru: spiritual master 6 Beduryaprabharazaya: king of Aquamarine one 7 Tathagataya: The one thus gone (the one medicine) gone to the state of the Buddha like other buddhas 8 Arhate: foe destroyed (one who destroyed the enemy of cycle of birth, aging, sickness and death) 9 Samyaksambuddhaya: perfectly accomplished enlightenment of Buddha 10 Tayatha: like this 11 Om: jewel holder, wish fulfilling one, auspicious one 12 Bekhazebekhaze: two times calling the name of medicine Buddha 13 Mahabekhaze: great or supreme physician 14 Bekhazayerazaya: King of physicians 15 Samungate: Perfectly liberated or awakened 16 Svaha: being auspicious!
“To ravage, to slaughter, to usurp under false titles, they call empire; and where they make a desert, they call it peace.
The more corrupt the state, the more laws.
And now bills were passed, not only for national objects but for individual cases, and laws were most numerous when the commonwealth was most corrupt.”— Tacitus
“Socialism, like the ancient ideas from which it springs, confuses the distinction between government and society. As a result of this, every time we object to a thing being done by government, the socialists conclude that we object to its being done at all. We disapprove of state education. Then the socialists say that we are opposed to any education. We object to a state religion. Then the socialists say that we want no religion at all. We object to a state-enforced equality. Then they say that we are against equality. And so on, and so on. It is as if the socialists were to accuse us of not wanting persons to eat because we do not want the state to raise grain.” ― The Law3”—Bastiat
“The introduction of homeopathy forced the old school doctor to stir around and learn something of a rational nature about his business. You may honestly feel grateful that homeopathy survived the attempts of the allopaths to destroy it.”— ~Mark Twain