Nervous System Intestines & Stomach
24th August until 22nd September
Virgo The Virgin
Origin: Nidaba, the Egyptian Goddess of Grain, was probably the first Virgin. In Sumeria she was far from being a Virgin, she was the Great Mother and her Daughter was sometimes the Guardian of the Harvest.
Virgo is the second of the four mutable signs of the zodiac.
Mutable signs are Gemini Virgo Sagittarius & Pisces.
Mutable Houses are 3rd 6th 9th and 12th House.
Mutable signs tend to go with the flow and are very adaptable to what is ever around them.
Mutable folks like to conform as long as they are helping others. They are very much like the chameleons of the zodiac.
Mutable signs enjoy learning, play fair and are diplomatic and normally well-liked by other people.
Virgo belongs to the Earth element and you will find that these signs will build anything and everything. They are known as the builders of the zodiac, from rooms to houses to whatever is they are working on.
Tarot Card for Virgo
The Hermit (IX) is the ninth trump or Major Arcana card in most traditional Tarot decks. It is used in game playing as well as in divination.
Depiction: An old man carrying a staff in one hand and a lit lantern containing a six-pointed star in the other hand.
Meaning: The Hermit suggests that you are in a phase of introspection where you are drawing your attention inwards and looking for answers within. You are in need of a period of inner reflection, away from the current demands of your position.
Virgo: Basic Information
Kewords: Modest Shy Analytically Fussy Worrier Reliable Meticuloiurs Diligent
Basic Personality: You will find that most Virgoans are reliable, practical and that this is inbuilt into their nature. They have to be careful not to become bogged down with minor details of things. Their critical side can be over implied to themselves as well as to others. This can often lead to serious problems especially in relationships of any type.
If they use this to the good of things, you will find that these people are brilliant at working out problems, solving issues and putting things in the right order.