It seems quite evident to me that people do NOT believe that science and spirituality can co-exist. If they didn’t, however, then neither would we. Everything begs to be challenged in some way. That is the nature of duality and it is the way of our world. Without spirituality, there would be no philosophers to ask the bigger questions. Without science, there would be no physicians to give answers.
Sagittarius/Jupiter: You’re super fun to work with, but you may lack taking responsibility at work and often get into trouble with your superiors. However, there’s also an equal chance that you overwork, if you enjoy your job, and often drink after your shift. In which case, you may begin having weight problems or issues with your liver or kidneys. You’re rather philosophical and often give advice at work. With a love for travelling and adventure, your work may involve exploration, like writing a travel blog. It’s also possible that you’re some type of teacher or professor.
Like the our sun, moon, and rising signs, we also have a Mercury sign! As mentioned above, our mercury sign gives us insight into our intellect and communications. Depending on the sign our Mercury is in, as well as the house, and aspects to the planet, we may or may not be great speakers or communicators.
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.
7. Libra/Venus: Your home life needs pleasantries and peace. Conflict within your family or home-life causes you anxiety. You easily bend to the will of your family to maintain harmony, but are often stuck in the middle of two of them arguing, as you try and create balance. With age, your personal home gives you grace.