Virgo Sun Sagittarius Moon
There is a wide cleavage between your intellectual and your emotional natures; you are capable of doing things you disapprove of, under the spell of adventure, romance, excitement. You are a loyal, honorable, warm-hearted, and reasonable person. But you have difficulty in getting your ideas across, and a feeling that you are misunderstood arises, perhaps because you don’t understand yourself well enough to make yourself clear. You tend to think in large symbols that don’t bear much relationship with your everyday life, and to idealize what are really very worldly matters.
You are philosophic and somewhat introspective, but instead of looking inside yourself to find what is there, you look inside with a preconceived notion of what you ought to find or would like to find. You are sentimental rather than romantic; you fall in love with ideas, or with an ideal of love, rather than with an individual; and you tend to be baffled, frustrated, and to feel yourself cheated when the Beloved Object fails to live up to your ideal. You can daydream your life away, or you can take your ideals and your philosophies and combine them with your practical analytical nature to produce something creatively. You can be a fair business person when you have overcome a tendency to be too philosophic and idealistic, and have learned to make your vision practical in terms of the earth as you find it.
Intellectually, you are interested in broad, general subjects – religion, philosophy, poetry, music, perhaps metaphysics – and you are capable of tracking a subject to its lair and making it completely yours. You have both imagination and patience, invaluable gifts for either the student or the artist. You love travel, and if you get lots of it, it will absorb your restlessness and enable you to pin yourself down to some important artistic or intellectual task. In business you will be better on the book, managerial, or fiscal side, than in buying, selling, or executive work.