Pisces vs Sagittarius/ Sag with wanderlust

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Pisces vs Sagittarius/ Sag with wanderlust

Post by ScarletDepths » Sun Jun 10, 2018 6:52 pm

So in looking at Gemini and Virgo traits, the Mercury signs, I see Parralels, more so that I see Parralels between the Jupiter signs of Pisces and Sagittarius. I'm not saying I think they are any less connected than each other, but that the traits observed or at least that are listed, do not quite show the connection Pisces and Sag trulely have.

I'm not judging Jim on his work, after some explaining [because of my known connotations to words] i understand that sag is like ash from Pokemon if you will, "i want to be the very best". However i think that in the description I want to be the very best is said the same way many different times. [Again this many be my fault for not comprehending so enough on that.]

What, if any, connections and Parralels [manly through Jupiter I would assume] do you guys see between Pisces and Saggitarius?

Also do you think it is possible for Sagitarius to take on Jupiter more like the way Pisces does, trying a little bit of everything rather that reaching for one goal, and code versa?

Sorry if I sound at all cocky, I've come to realize that it's more of my mercury in Scorpio rising than my Sun or Moon. Open to any conversation on this topic.

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Re: Pisces vs Sagittarius/ Sag with wanderlust

Post by Jim Eshelman » Sun Jun 10, 2018 6:58 pm

ScarletDepths wrote:
Sun Jun 10, 2018 6:52 pm
What, if any, connections and Parralels [manly through Jupiter I would assume] do you guys see between Pisces and Saggitarius?
Various things. I'd have to compare the traits lists side by side to trigger more, but certainly they share being belief-driven to a great extent. They differ in that Pisces is more mystical and Sagittarius more institutional religion (but the line isn't that firm by any means). They have similar types of wanderlust, though that of Sagittarius is usually more purposeful. - I suggest you compare the Sun in Sagittarius traits to the Sun in Pisces traits side by side.
Also do you think it is possible for Sagitarius to take on Jupiter more like the way Pisces does, trying a little bit of everything rather that reaching for one goal, and code versa?
Not just those two, but Gemini and Virgo also. These four Spoke (mutable) constellations are best known for "shooting out in all directions for all possible endeavors." Highly mutable, in the dictionary sense of the word. Flexible at best, distracted and diffuse at worst.
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Re: Pisces vs Sagittarius/ Sag with wanderlust

Post by ScarletDepths » Sun Jun 10, 2018 7:17 pm

I don't know why but I fit the Pisces traits more then the Saggitarius traits.[ I mean after my Pluto Moon hits all signs blow up in a sense anyway so it doesn't much matter].

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Re: Pisces vs Sagittarius/ Sag with wanderlust

Post by ScarletDepths » Sun Jun 10, 2018 7:19 pm

Social elitism, aristocracy. Excellence, quality. Higher & higher, ambition, travel. Judges self & others, may fail own standards. Right-wrong, reward-punishment, belief- & values-driven. Respects continuity of culture & social rituals. Preserves status quo, heritage, myth when possible. Loyal to tribe. Compla-cent affection.

Drawn to the foreign, exotic, wondrous, theatrical, mysterious, glamorous. Wanderlust. Eros vs. moralism. Socially charming. Seeks idealistic relationships. Visionary, romantic, dreamer. Hardened personal reality, stuck patterns. Slavery-bondage. Fickle allegiance, betrayal. Drama, acting, music.

Note travel as underlying between both. Idealism between both.

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