Astrology - SAGITTARIUS November 22nd - December 21st

The zodiacal sign of Sagittarius commences on November 22nd, but for seven days, being overlapped by the "cusp" of the previous sign, it does not come into full power until on or about November 28th. From this date onwards it is in full strength until December 21st and then for seven days gradually loses its strength on account of being overlapped by the "cusp" of the incoming sign "Capricorn".

Sagittarius is symbolised by the centaur- half horse and half man- who is always pictured pointing his bow and arrow towards the sky. Eternally optimistic and hopeful about the future, Sagittarius try to persuade others to develop this same attitude. They are always searching for the key to knowledge and happiness without working too hard to attain it, have very high principles and are sometimes frank tothe point of being painfully brutal. They have a joy and enthusiasm for life and a love of sports, traveling to foreign countries, learning and teaching.These people enjoy meeting foreigners and very often live abroad or marry foreigners. There is interest in pursuing higher degrees in religion, philosophy or the law. With difficult aspects they can be arrogant, bossy and terribly indulgent with food and alcohol, especially when attending social functions (which they rarely miss).

People of this sign always marry on impulse and regret it afterwards. Women born in this sign love to make their husbands successful and will sacrifice everything to that end. They have an intense love of home and even when unhappily married they make the best of a bad bargain.

They have the greatest chance of making money from the work of their brains. They are great enterprise in business, but never feel themselves confined to any one line. They often gain through legacies and gifts but as a general rule they do not accumulate much wealth.

If they do, for some mysterious reason it is usually taken away from them in their advanced years or at least considerably depleted.

A Sagittarian could train an Alsatian or Doberman Pinscher to tear you to shreds or could kidnap you and keep you for 'keeps', ransom and relief at the same time. He would gladly forge certificates to give himself a Ph.D. or put on the robes of a world philosopher or a saint. His versatility is dangerous, and also the grand scale on which he plans his misdeeds and crimes.