Sun in Sagittarius
Updated: Apr 3
Ruled by expansive Jupiter and aligned with Sekhmet in Shamanic Egyptian Astrology, Sagittarius Sun sign natives are vibrant, enthusiastic, and happiest when allied with a cause.
Sagittarians can fill up a room with their abundant and enthusiastic energy. These natives are like a fire on a cold winter night; most people can’t help but move closer. There is no holding back with this sign, as is often evidenced by their tendency to be forthright and blunt, sometimes to a fault. These individuals often go where others fear to tread and dare to say what others only think.
This is a sign that gets things done, and we can expect events to speed up during this Sagittarius season. In Egyptian myth, Sekhmet is the Lion Goddess of the desert, associated with drought, famine, and pestilence. This energy can best be understood by visualizing a mother lion or tiger. These creatures are loving to their cubs, affectionate and playful. And, if anyone messes with those they love, they will tear them to shreds.
Sagittarian natives cannot help but be agents of change. When their attention is caught by something they care about, they are a force to be reckoned with. In the shadow of this powerful expression lies zealotry, a state of mind where the realization of an idea becomes more important than its effect on people, animals and the environment. When this happens, great harm can be done.
The Sun will remain in the emanation of Sagittarius/Sekhmet from November 21 until December 21.
November 21, 2020 by Ruby Falconer. Available for chart readings.