If any sun sign/rising sign combination was born with a ticket to ride it’s Pisces with Sagittarius rising. An exuberant, Happy-Go-Lucky Sagittarius personality brings Pisces out into the open and fuels the confidence of these wonderfully sharing and caring, Florence Nightingale types. These people are kind-hearted good listeners with winning ways; they’ve an “it’s okay, we’ll do better next time” attitude, and—usually—a bright-eyed, toothy smile. They’re encouraging, forgiving, and generally tolerant of error. Continually earning trust with their obvious compassion, they’re the masters of encouragement, whether they’re giving a pat on the back to the Little Leaguer or having a brief but uplifting visit with a friend laid up in the hospital. These Pisceans are just downright inspiring. And they’re very often in the right place at the right time. They’ve the gift of good timing!
Pisceans born around midnight feel their “God within” from moment to moment, and it shows. With Sagittarius’ winning ways and Pisces’ whimsical nature they’re seldom offensive or unsuccessful. It’s their kindness that gives them their good fortune, and if they know not to be arrogant and inconsiderate, they’re truly the salt of the earth. But if anything can get them off track, it’s the “poison candy” syndrome: Being inspired about something that’s obviously not good for them. If they’ve learned to keep it real and look at things objectively, all is well. But viewing the world through rose-colored glasses can create problems. Sure, their good fortune usually protects them from the most dire consequences, but still they run the risk of letting more rewarding opportunities pass them by. This is especially true in their personal relationships. They allow people to perpetuate bad behavior by accepting “I’m sorry” for an apology rather than demanding improvement. They need to know that “I’m sorry” is not an apology; it usually means “I’m gonna do it again.” A genuine apology promises improvement! These Pisceans are better served by slowing down and being objective than almost anyone else in the zodiac. If they’ll be honest with themselves about their hopes and aspirations, and objectively ponder both sides of the issue, they’ll always wind up in the winner’s circle.
Read more in the Book The Secrets of Your Rising Sign: The Astrological Key to Getting What You Want by William Lamb, Webb Harris Jr