Libra – 23rd September until 23rd October
Libra The Balance
Origin: Libra is the sign of the scales or the balance and maybe connected to the weighing of the Egyptian Harvest for the assessment of taxes. It could also be connected to Babylon with the weighing of vices and virtues after death.
Ruling Planet – Venus
The Goddess of Love
Body Area Associated with Libra
Gemstone Associated with Libra
Keywords: Diplomatic Romantic Charming Sociable Resentful Self-Indulgent Easily Influenced
Basic Personality: You may find that Libra’s don’t like hurting people, and when it comes to an argument, taking a side, will be very hard to do for Libra. You will often find that Libra’s will sit on the fence.
Libra has a huge dislike to loneliness and is probably the worst sign in the zodiac to cope with this. Laziness and relaxation are two words that are strongly associated with Libra. When they have close friends, there is always time to talk and list to any problems that they may have.
Libra is the third of the four cardinal signs of the zodiac.
Cardinal signs are Aries Cancer Libra & Capricorn.
Cardinal Houses are 1st 4th 7th and 10th House.
Cardinal Signs are the initiators of the Zodiac, the ones that get things done, though sometimes these do not always make it to the end.
Cardinal people are normally pushy, never slacking, and have a zest for life. They have a lot of energy and can be domineering at times.
Cardinal people are always wanting to win and you will find most of them very clever and you will also find them self-centered at times.
Libra belongs to the Air Element. These individuals like to communicate and you will often hear them on the radio giving a detailed view of what happened and what they think about it as well. You will often find that Air signs are like a fresh summer breeze and then like a howling hurricane.
Justice is a Major Arcana Tarot card, numbered either VIII or XI, depending on the deck. This card is used in-game playing as well as in divination.
Depiction: The figure in the Justice card holds two objects: a scale in one hand as a symbol of balance and a sword in the other to exemplify the preservation of that equilibrium even by means of force.
Meaning: The Justice card indicates that the fairest decision will be made. Justice is the sword that cuts through a situation, and will not be swayed by outer beauty when deciding what is fair and just.