Wednesday, October 27, 2010
VIRGO/LIBRA-Cusp Sept. 17 to Sept. 27
Those who draw their first breath when one sign is giving place to another are said to belong on the Cusp, and so partake of the characteristics of both signs. This may be an advantage or a disadvantage, according to the harmony or in harmony of the signs. Six days in a sign is said to constitute a residence, but anything less than this time endows one with some of the qualities of the preceding sign.
The ancients gave the cusp children liberty to select their own colors and jewels from the two signs, and considered them related to the planets of both. Any other cusp information can easily be gleaned by the study of the two signs.
Virgo/Libra Cusp - Sept. 17 to Sept. 27
Here, again, the Earth comes as a steadying factor to this the most airy and impulsive of all signs—Libra. There is the same fondness for out-of-doors, sunshine, blue sky, trees, and flowers that distinguishes the Leo-Virgo people, but the Virgo-Libra natives are not nearly so practical. The former are willing to plant and wait. The latter desire their flowers to bloom at once without trouble of weeding or watering.
The reserve of Virgo is broken up by the ease and enthusiasm of Libra, thus forming a very fascinating character. These people are very kindly, and unselfish. They seem intuitively to divine a real need, and are not easily imposed upon. The intellectual and spiritual qualities seem about evenly balanced. They are enthusiastic lovers and devoted marital companions. If unhappily yoked, they make the best of it, and turn their attention to those pursuits which yield the most enjoyment.
Nature is their best friend, and most practical ally. A fine landscape, a beautiful sunset, country life, and travel will help over what to others would be the most formidable difficulties and disappointments. Their feet are firmly planted upon the earth; their heads are in the sky, and they are alive to all the beautiful influences from any and all of these quarters.
They are intense lovers of beauty in any form, and have the faculty of producing beautiful results in dress and household arrangements. The arts and sciences flourish upon this cusp.
Posted by Jennifer Mason at 3:44 PM