Sagittarians (November 23 – December 21) have a positive outlook on life. They are full of energy, versatility, adventure and eagerness to experience the new and different. Sagittarius enjoy travelling and exploration; they are ambitious and optimistic, even in the face of disappointment.
Being with strongly idealistic natures can also suffer many disappointments without being affected. They are honourable, honest, trustworthy, truthful, generous and sincere, with a passion for justice. Sagittarians are usually on the side of the underdog in society they will fight for any cause they believe to be just, and are prepared to be rebellious. They balance loyalty with independence.
Sagittarians are reliable and will almost never
Sagittarians are usually modest and are often religious, with a strong sense of morality. Although they tend to overemphasize the ethical codes they follow and worship beliefs about God rather than God Himself. This means that, negatively, they regard rigid, unloving, intolerant adherence to ritual. Their conventional codes as more important than the truths they symbolize or embody.
They sometimes pay lip service to religions and political parties in which they have ceased to believe because the outward forms satisfy them, yet they may not hesitate to switch allegiance in politics or change their system of belief if they see a personal advantage to themselves in doing so.
Sagittarius is the Archer and many war heroes were born under this sign. There are also many artists and entertainers born under this sign, such as Beethoven, Toulouse-Lautrec and Georges Seurat. Winston Churchill, baseball legend Ty Cobb and publishing tycoon William Randolph Hearst were all born under the sign of Sagittarius.
In relationships, Sagittarians are reliable and will almost never betray their partners. They are generous and forgiving, although they are prone to temper and outbursts. Professionally, they make excellent teachers as well as philosophers. This would make some sense, as the symbol for Sagittarius is a centaur, half man and half horse.