Moon in Sagittarius
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â€œRepresents a handsome and well-proportioned rather tall person; oval face, sanguine complexion, rather bronzed, and bright brown or shining chestnut hair. The disposition is good, open and generous, but hasty and passionate, yet forgiving; one who aims at great things, is fortunate, and much respected by those with whom he associatesâ€
People with their Moon in Sagittarius are restless. They like to be on the move - both mentally and physically. They tend to be very enthusiastic and optimistic as well as outspoken and direct.
Being free to roam is very important. Being tied down to anything, whether a relationship or job, is not easy for them. Being able to be flexible, to change the home, the friends, the jobs, to be able to take off and see the world, all on a moments notice, is also important to them.
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Famous People with Moon in Sagittarius
- John James Audubon, 26 April 1785
- Francis Bacon, 22 January 1561
- Giacomo Casanova, 2 April 1725
- Charles Dickens, 7 February 1812
- Thomas Jefferson, 13 April 1743
Zadkiel, An introduction to astrology by William Lilly. With numerous emendations, adapted to the improved state of the science. London: G. Bell, 1852, p. 315. Public domain text retrieved from www.sacred-texts.com