For the last year or so, I have heavily tracked the sky by looking up every time I walk out to my car and take photos every time something “strange” catches my eye. Becoming excitingly active by the sudden surge of drones and satellites, it can be confusing to actually know what you’re looking at;
Sagittarius/Jupiter: This is the Sagittarius house, so both Sagittarius and Jupiter feel at home in this house. This person is highly philosophical and probably possesses a lot of wisdom that comes directly from the collective consciousness. Most likely feeling as though they are here for a specific purpose, this person is probably quite comfortable travelling and being around different groups of people, where they can share their optimism and ideals freely. They may have a blog or write journal publications or invests much of their time sharing stories of the world and their travel discoveries.
While the rising sign represents our outer, most obvious selves, the moon sign represents our inner selves. It can show us how we are emotionally, our relationship with our mother, our intuitive senses, our psychic abilities, our unconscious mind, feelings, inner desires, personal needs, our animal instincts, feminine energy, our receptiveness, our ability to reflect, hysteria, depression, sadness, maternal figures, etc.
Symbolically, water is our emotions. Air is our thoughts. An air sign, or someone who has a lot of air in their chart, will usually rationalize their emotions. This is the reason that passivity happens among air signs. While it is great to be considerate of others people’s feelings, we must also feel our own feelings and allow them room for expression; otherwise, instead of feeling them, we only think about them. This can cause a buildup of unsaid words left inside of us.