(9)The Twelve Signs: Sagittarius
November 23-December 21
Sagittarius-restless, on a quest towards a goal that’s ever distant-indeed, the quest is the thing.. It’s something that could never really satisfy because the appearance of the goal is better than the attained goal itself.
Jupiter rules this sign, which has a lot to say about it’s optimism and expansiveness. There’s a bigger and wider, and even wilder world out there, and Sagittarius wants to be a part of it.
Mutable Fire says it all. Everchanging enthusiasms. Can blow hot and cold towards an objective, especially if the ideal changes. Considered the sign of fanaticism, the range is from adoration to well–less than enthusiasm.
Zachary Taylor -The military winner of the Mexican American war, reluctant candidate, became the first President to not have a prior elected office. Urged New Mexico and California to draft state constitutions instead of becoming territories first.
Franklin Pierce,was probably the most tragic and ineffectual President before the current one. He signed both the Kansas-Nebraska Act and the Fugitive Slave Act, which only increased tensions. He also was the first President seeking re-nomination to be rejected by his party. He also was a heavy drinker and lost all 3 of his kids tragically.
Martin Van Buren Pretty complex person. Not fond of abolitionists, he found himself opposing its spread. He was against the immediate annexation of Texas because the slave powers wanted to expand there..He ran as a third party candidate after he was not nominated by his party and got 10% of the vote. He argued that the Founding Fathers favored the eventual abolition of slavery. And on the eve of the Civil War, proposed a constitutional convention for a proposed peace that would end the war.
The United States hasn’t had a Sagittarius President since the beginning of recording media, so no videos here.
Indeed, not since the Civil War even
1849-09 Jul 1850
|Suriname||November 25, 1975|
|Mauritania||November 28, 1960|
|South Yemen||November 30, 1967-1990|
|Old Panama||28 November 1821|
|Albania||November 28, 1912|
|Barbados||November 30, 1966|
| United Arab Emirates ||December 2, 1971|
December 6, 1921
| Northern Ireland|
December 6, 1921
| Cuba(Old Cuba)|
10 December 1898
December 16, 1991
December 16, 1971
December 6, 1917