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Aquarius is the Eleventh Sign of the Zodiac Physiology: The ankles and the Spine (parasympathetic nervous system). Rising Sign: (Ascendant or First House Cusp): Cool, aloof, intellectual look, gives the impression of being least impressed but sensitive underneath. Personality Traits of Aquarius:   Our birthday greetings to all of you who are Aquarians ­ one of the most brilliant, inventive...

          Capricorn is the Tenth Sign of the Zodiac. Physiology: The Kneecap and the skeleton (skin, teeth, and bones). Rising Sign: (Ascendant or First House Cusp): Responsible, mature, conservative, tendency to take on too many problems, business-like. Personality Traits of Capricorn:   Our birthday greetings to all Capricorns ­ one of the most hardworking yet misunderstood signs of...

Sagittarius is the Ninth Sign of the Zodiac. Physiology: The Lungs (reflex of Gemini), Low back and thigh bone. Rising Sign: (Ascendant or First House Cusp):  Philosophical, optimistic, magnetic, constantly on the go, independent, idealistic about self and the world in general, preaching type. Personality Traits of Sagittarius:   Our birthday greetings to Sagittarians, ­ one of the most optimistic...

Scorpio is the Eighth Sign of the Zodiac Physiology: The uro-genital area and sometimes the kidneys. Rising Sign: (Ascendant or First House Cusp): Intense, magnetic, quiet and secretive, vindictive, tenacious and reclusive. Personality Traits of Scorpio:   Our many happy returns for those of you who are born under the sign of Scorpio – probably one of the most misunderstood signs of...

Libra Sun Sign Libra is the Seventh sign of the Zodiac. Physiology: The kidneys and sugar metabolism. Rising Sign: (Ascendant or First House Cusp): Good looking (soft looks), peace loving, harmonious, non-judgmental, easy going, procrastinating, proportionate. Personality Traits of Libra: Our birthday greetings to all of you born under the sign of Libra ­ one of the most sophisticated, non-judgmental, eloquent...

Virgo is the Sixth sign of the Zodiac Physiology: The Bladder area. Rising Sign: (Ascendant or First House Cusp): Self-critical and critical of others, the perfectionist in personal habits, nagging, practical, somewhat shy and modest, constantly complaining and worrying. Personality Traits of Virgo:   Our birthday greetings to all of you born under the sign of Virgo ­ one of the most...

Taurus is the Second Sign of the Zodiac. Physiology: Ear, nose and throat and the glandular system. Rising Sign: (Ascendant or First House Cusp): Patient, trustworthy, stable, cautious and down-to-earth. Personality Traits of Taurus: Our birthday greetings to all our Taurus readers – one of the most stable, dependable and trustworthy signs of the Zodiac!  The sign of Taurus is better at keeping the...

          Aries is the First sign of the Zodiac Physiology: Head and eyes – scars on the head near the eyebrows; migraine headaches (usually of short duration). Kidney infections (reflex of Libra – Aries opposite sign). Aries planets indicate a tendency to recklessness and injuries resulting through a lack of caution. They tend to be fast drivers whose impatience...

08DEC2013 Comments Off on Stressful Dates for 40s, 50s, and 80s Age Groups Tweet this by stargaze9 Stressful Dates for 40s, 50s, and 80s Age Groups Mars is making an unusually long station in the sign of Libra from 7th Dec 2013 till 25th July 2014. This means that anyone who was born with Neptune in Libra 1940s and 50s age group)...

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Your Ascendant is an accurate indicator of your inner temperament which shows up under stress regardless of how you try to cover it up. It is your basic character, although there are other influences in your chart which also define other specific characteristics. Your Ascendant is also called your “Rising Sign” and is usually your First House cusp. It...

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