Sagittarian Women charge forward in fields of creativity. They like to plan for the future, imaging a bright tomorrow. They exude freeness in their love are open to anything. This ninth sign of the zodiac is the place where the wanderers abide. These are truth-seekers ruled by the forceful planet Jupiter, also known as Zeus, King of the Gods according to ancient Rome. It drives these women in their ideology, as a lord of religion and philosophy, thus compelling them to assess their sense of right and wrong.
Sagittarians Driven by Their Own Version of Right and Wrong
Paula Patton is a Sagittarian. Notably known for “Mission Impossible” and her headline grabbing marriage to the “Blurred Lines” musician, Robin Thicke. Luck and good fortune also follow Jupiter, so perhaps these two will reunite from their recent separation. We can hope and hold good thoughts here.
Jupiter is also a kind and benevolent planetary force that wants Sagittarians to thrive. This is clearly depicted in the life and career of Miley Cyrus. Despite her audience shocking, adult moves on stage with Thicke, her career transitioned successfully. This is documented by her most recent song release, “Wrecking Ball”, which ranked number one on the Billboard Hot 100, music charts for nine weeks!
Sagittarians Focused on The Brighter Light
Represented by the Archer or the Centaur (half beast, half human), who shoots arrows that are ever aiming for the distant horizon. They don’t worry about the here and now, they are focused on grabbing the higher light! Taylor Swift and Christina Aguilera are such Sagittarians. Both are characteristically known for their earth shattering accomplishments in music. Swift, 24, has been nominated for 26 awards in her young career and Aguilera, 33, hosts the top reality ranked TV show, “The Voice”.
Sagittarian and the Element Fire
The element of Fire is also associated with the sign Sagittarius. Sags are passionate and can be labeled by more than the Backstreet Boys, as larger than life. This is undeniable in the Oscar winning, Judi Dench, recently nominated yet again for her recent portrayal in “Philomena”. She has been nominated 95 times in her acting career and received 57 varying awards of acting accomplishment. The threat here exists in a fire that is left unattended. This sign can burn quickly, out of control. It needs tending. Yet when it’s managed well, its burn is an indicator of imagination and those in its radiance are wonderfully audacious and bustling spirits.