Taurus

The subjects of this sign are self-possessed, dogmatic and obstinate, requiring no counsel and suffering no contradiction, difficult to know, and desiring strife for the sake of conquest. Slow to anger and equally hard to appease, they often harbour ill-feeling and resentment for a long time. These are the chief instincts of the Taurean, though they may be modified by prevailing planetary influences. He is full of diplomacy, and is apt to be selfish and self-centred. The temper is usually...

Scorpio

The native of this sign is bold and warlike, inclined to rush into quarrels and to be involved in disputes which are likely to be harmful to him. The nature is excessive, and goes to extremes both in work and pleasures, thus bringing both sickness and trouble for there is a strong tendency to play the critic, so that the native is apt to be sarcastic and severe to his opponents. The will is very strong and fights to the end. The executive and destructive faculties are large, the Scorpio man...

Chapter Xiii

The Individual and Personal Character of the Sign Capricorn. 0 in yj gt . Pec. 21 to Jan. 19. lt 5 in yy. Capricorn is the last of the cardinal signs, and also the last of the earthy tiiplicity and the first of the serving trinity. In this, the tenth, sign is contained the perfect number, and all the attributes of the perfect man are to be found concealed in this sign, which in a few words is conveyed in the expression And whosoever will be chief among you let him be your servant. The symbol...

C

Vril with which they abound, being turned into psychic faculties, endowing them with peculiar penetration, and they then become the true mystics whose awakening vision quickly senses the future possibilities that lie before the soul. Gifted with what is called second sight, or clairvoyance, they enter into occultism with a zeal and earnestness that is unequalled. Those individualised in Scorpio are remarkable for their keen judgment they can criticise perfectly and impartially, and they are...