Astrologers' Community

Astrologers' Community (https://www.astrologyweekly.com/forum/index.php)
-   Other Astrology (https://www.astrologyweekly.com/forum/forumdisplay.php?f=10)
-   -   Careers for the Sagittarius-Influenced (https://www.astrologyweekly.com/forum/showthread.php?t=99252)

sibylline 10-31-2016 08:22 PM

Careers for the Sagittarius-Influenced
 
Jack of all trades, master of...?

A thread to discuss career paths of those with major Sagittarius placements. Post charts, ask questions, and add any plans or ideas you may have.

conspiracy theorist 10-31-2016 08:29 PM

Re: Careers for the Sagittarius-Influenced
 
Sweet, now can I get your thoughts on why Sagittarius people should stick to sports and/or theory?

To start out the thread in the proper fashion, here is a chart of the notorious gangster Lucky Luciano.

http://www.astro.com/astro-databank/Luciano,_Lucky

I'd say his life was all about Career, with his MC is heavily tenated by Sagittarius planets.

sibylline 10-31-2016 09:05 PM

Re: Careers for the Sagittarius-Influenced
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by conspiracy theorist (Post 734794)
Sweet, now can I get your thoughts on why Sagittarius people should stick to sports and/or theory?

It was a half-joke -- Sags can do whatever they want, of course.

Though I think careers where they can exercise their minds or bodies, hence theoretical arenas or athletic arenas, can work out really well, depending on the Sagittarian. I know a good amount who work on the marketing side for sports or athletic companies, successfully combining both.

Quote:

Originally Posted by conspiracy theorist (Post 734794)
To start out the thread in the proper fashion, here is a chart of the notorious gangster Lucky Luciano.

http://www.astro.com/astro-databank/Luciano,_Lucky

I'd say his life was all about Career, with his MC is heavily tenated by Sagittarius planets.

Of course you start with this!

sibylline 10-31-2016 09:38 PM

Re: Careers for the Sagittarius-Influenced
 
1 Attachment(s)
This is my bf's brother's chart. Any guesses on what his career might be? It is a good one for Sag types. :)

conspiracy theorist 10-31-2016 09:41 PM

Re: Careers for the Sagittarius-Influenced
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by sibylline (Post 734804)
It was a half-joke -- Sags can do whatever they want, of course.

Though I think careers where they can exercise their minds or bodies, hence theoretical arenas or athletic arenas, can work out really well, depending on the Sagittarian. I know a good amount who work on the marketing side for sports or athletic companies, successfully combining both.

If I were to think about myself, I'd say also that a heavily Sagittarian person would want to pursue avenues that allow them the ability to experiment, to explore and to if possible, break new ground. Over the course of my childhood I wanted to be an astronaut, marine biologist, archaeologist, runner, footballer (soccer), soldier, occultist, extreme sportsman, stunt man etc. All of them have that element of physical exertion as well as the freedom aspect. Some as well are pretty theory heavy.


Quote:

Originally Posted by sibylline (Post 734804)
Of course you start with this!

Hey, at least we can unequivocally say that he was Sagittarius influenced.

Quote:

In October 1929, he survived a "one-way ride," a rare feat. He was abducted, beaten, stabbed repeatedly, had his throat cut and was left for dead; he never named his abductors, and soon afterward he changed his name to Luciano – and earned his nickname of Lucky

The years of 1930 and 1931 were spent in a bloody gang war between Masseria and his rival, Maranzano, and Luciano felt this was an abomination. His personal vision was to replace traditional strong-arm methods with a corporate structure and then to systematically infiltrate legitimate business. Masseria wasn’t impressed by the plan, and Maranzano felt that Lucky was too ambitious and innovative, and therefore, too dangerous. Soon Luciano arranged to have both Masseria and Maranzano assassinated, leaving him as capo di tutti capi (boss of all the bosses). By 1934, he and the leaders of the other crime "families" had established the national crime syndicate, and Luciano was living the good life. He dressed like a business executive, wearing elegant suits, handmade shoes and silk shirts, and it was a rare occasion when there wasn’t a beautiful woman on his arm. He mingled with such stars as Frank Sinatra.
Violence, oppression, family, being the leader -- I see all of the planets quite clearly manifesting in his case. What's the Sagittarius aspect in all of this? Well, perhaps the fact that he wanted to innovate the mafia structure into a more corporate structure from the traditional gangster tactics could be attributed to Jupiter's pervasive influence in the life -- Jupiter having significance to good reputation and business success. It could equally be attributed to his Saturn too -- providing a structure which could one day be used to infiltrate into political/corporate life.

Also, he set this up in the United States as opposed to his Italy, meeting the Sagittarius connection of going abroad.

conspiracy theorist 10-31-2016 09:53 PM

Re: Careers for the Sagittarius-Influenced
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by sibylline (Post 734813)
This is my bf's brother's chart. Any guesses on what his career might be? It is a good one for Sag types. :)

That domiciled Venus is so strong on the MC degree that I want to say some type of musician. Virgo Mercury is in the 10 sign which add speech to the career and the Sun there adds to prominence and being seen.

Sagittarius Mars/Uranus with Sagittarius rising sounds like the type of person who likes to be more unstructured, less rule bound and likely to be always moving around the place. This config also makes him seem "cool", not the suit type. Jupiter also in the 1st and cycling through the person's who I know with this aspect, he will have an interest in the spiritual/occult. If not actively studying it, he may be sympathetic to anything such as astrology and the like.
So my guesses are a musician or some type of travelling salesman.

sibylline 10-31-2016 10:13 PM

Re: Careers for the Sagittarius-Influenced
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by conspiracy theorist (Post 734814)
If I were to think about myself, I'd say also that a heavily Sagittarian person would want to pursue avenues that allow them the ability to experiment, to explore and to if possible, break new ground. Over the course of my childhood I wanted to be an astronaut, marine biologist, archaeologist, runner, footballer (soccer), soldier, occultist, extreme sportsman, stunt man etc. All of them have that element of physical exertion as well as the freedom aspect. Some as well are pretty theory heavy.

Yes, that's exactly what I meant. :happy:

All of those careers though? Talk about jack of all trades. Have you narrowed down your choices?

Quote:

Originally Posted by conspiracy theorist (Post 734814)
Hey, at least we can unequivocally say that he was Sagittarius influenced.

Lucky, indeed. His life story seems like the interface between Jupiter and Saturn.

Quote:

Originally Posted by conspiracy theorist (Post 734815)
That domiciled Venus is so strong on the MC degree that I want to say some type of musician. Virgo Mercury is in the 10 sign which add speech to the career and the Sun there adds to prominence and being seen.

Sagittarius Mars/Uranus with Sagittarius rising sounds like the type of person who likes to be more unstructured, less rule bound and likely to be always moving around the place. This config also makes him seem "cool", not the suit type. Jupiter also in the 1st and cycling through the person's who I know with this aspect, he will have an interest in the spiritual/occult. If not actively studying it, he may be sympathetic to anything such as astrology and the like.
So my guesses are a musician or some type of travelling salesman.

All of the above is absolutely true yet he's not a musician or a salesman. :)

conspiracy theorist 10-31-2016 10:20 PM

Re: Careers for the Sagittarius-Influenced
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by sibylline (Post 734820)
Yes, that's exactly what I meant. :happy:

All of those careers though? Talk about jack of all trades. Have you narrowed down your choices?

Yeah, all the heavily physical sports are leaving the spotlight while I'm thinking about going abroad to pursue one of the theoretical careers. Archeology, marine biology or astronaut are the choices as of today. I'll be involved in the occult for the rest of my life.



Quote:

Originally Posted by sibylline (Post 734820)
All of the above is absolutely true yet he's not a musician or a salesman. :)

Pfft. An artist?

sibylline 10-31-2016 10:36 PM

Re: Careers for the Sagittarius-Influenced
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by conspiracy theorist (Post 734822)
Yeah, all the heavily physical sports are leaving the spotlight while I'm thinking about going abroad to pursue one of the theoretical careers. Archeology, marine biology or astronaut are the choices as of today. I'll be involved in the occult for the rest of my life.

Hmmm, archaeologist and astronaut. Those could both work out well.

I interned in the marine biology department of a biotech lab as an undergrad. Snoozefest, IMO.

Quote:

Originally Posted by conspiracy theorist (Post 734822)
Pfft. An artist?

Getting colder. :cool:

conspiracy theorist 10-31-2016 10:45 PM

Re: Careers for the Sagittarius-Influenced
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by sibylline (Post 734825)
Hmmm, archaeologist and astronaut. Those could both work out well.

I interned in the marine biology department of a biotech lab as an undergrad. Snoozefest, IMO.

Thanks for the heads up. I don't want a snoozefest job.

Quote:

Originally Posted by sibylline (Post 734825)
Getting colder. :cool:

Hmm, what about a composer or advertising?

sibylline 10-31-2016 11:04 PM

Re: Careers for the Sagittarius-Influenced
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by conspiracy theorist (Post 734826)
Thanks for the heads up. I don't want a snoozefest job.

I mean, that was my view of it. You may have a different experience, especially if you're working in the field as opposed to a lab. Labs may not have the dynamism a heavily Saggy person enjoys. It's very helpful if you can intern because then you really get to see which career paths suit you.

Quote:

Originally Posted by conspiracy theorist (Post 734826)
Hmm, what about a composer or advertising?

Even colder.

conspiracy theorist 10-31-2016 11:08 PM

Re: Careers for the Sagittarius-Influenced
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by sibylline (Post 734828)
I mean, that was my view of it. You may have a different experience, especially if you're working in the field as opposed to a lab. Labs may not have the dynamism a heavily Saggy person enjoys. It's very helpful if you can intern because then you really get to see which career paths you'd enjoy.

Yeah, it's really the aspect where you actually go into the ocean and get up close and personal with the animals that inspired me as a kid; it's definitely the field where I would want to work. Since Saturn is going through Sag and is currently squaring my Saturn I think now is a good a time as any to really get my trajectory trained for the future. My current path is a necessity more than anything else (and is not something I want to spend the rest of my life doing for sure).

Quote:

Originally Posted by sibylline (Post 734828)
Even colder.

What is it then? Or will you wait until I'm freezing cold?

sibylline 10-31-2016 11:55 PM

Re: Careers for the Sagittarius-Influenced
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by conspiracy theorist (Post 734829)
What is it then? Or will you wait until I'm freezing cold?

Professor. Of Applied Math and Physics.

See, it wasn't hard. Any newbie would have said "teacher" right away but with too much thinking you tripped yourself up. Some of these things really are that simple. :lol:

conspiracy theorist 11-01-2016 12:00 AM

Re: Careers for the Sagittarius-Influenced
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by sibylline (Post 734841)
Professor. Of Applied Math and Physics.

See, it wasn't hard. Any newbie would have said "teacher" right away but with too much thinking you tripped yourself up. Some of these things really are that simple. :lol:

Touche Sybil, touche.

But that Venus was pretty compelling to my eyes. How does it manifest in his career?

graay ghost 11-01-2016 12:07 AM

Re: Careers for the Sagittarius-Influenced
 
Math is very beautiful but I'd have guessed a prettier branch than applied.

sibylline 11-01-2016 12:36 AM

Re: Careers for the Sagittarius-Influenced
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by conspiracy theorist (Post 734842)
Touche Sybil, touche.

But that Venus was pretty compelling to my eyes. How does it manifest in his career?

Besides that there is symmetry in math, nothing about him or his career seem in the slightest bit Venusian, from what I know. It's the strangest thing. I'd question the accuracy of the time except everything else fits exactly and it is not rounded. I was just reading his student reviews online to see if others see him the same way and yup... "high speed", "overdrive", "quirky", "too theoretical". Sounds like his chart.

I need to do more digging when I see him next.

Quote:

Originally Posted by graay ghost (Post 734844)
Math is very beautiful but I'd have guessed a prettier branch than applied.

Like which branch?

graay ghost 11-01-2016 12:41 AM

Re: Careers for the Sagittarius-Influenced
 
Topology, geometry, number theory... the only thing more pedestrian than applied math/physics is statistics.

conspiracy theorist 11-01-2016 12:53 AM

Re: Careers for the Sagittarius-Influenced
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by sibylline (Post 734845)
Besides that there is symmetry in math, nothing about him or his career seem in the slightest bit Venusian, from what I know. It's the strangest thing. I'd question the accuracy of the time except everything else fits exactly and it is not rounded. I was just reading his student reviews online to see if others see him the same way and yup... "high speed", "overdrive", "quirky", "too theoretical". Sounds like his chart.

I wonder if this is the case of whole sign houses trumping the quadrant. But despite what GG and you say about math being beautiful and symmetrical, I think that's a tenuous link for how strong Venus is in the chart.

What about the associations/groups he's apart of? Can they be described as Venusian in any way shape or form?

sibylline 11-01-2016 01:26 AM

Re: Careers for the Sagittarius-Influenced
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by graay ghost (Post 734846)
Topology, geometry, number theory... the only thing more pedestrian than applied math/physics is statistics.

I think that was Virgo trying to be practical. I've had him explain a few principles to me...He was meant more for pure math, without a doubt.

Quote:

Originally Posted by conspiracy theorist (Post 734847)
I wonder if this is the case of whole sign houses trumping the quadrant. But despite what GG and you say about math being beautiful and symmetrical, I think that's a tenuous link for how strong Venus is in the chart.

Venus would still be conjunct the MC though, and domicile, so supposedly highly relevant to his career and reputation. And in whole signs it would be in the 11th house which, now that you've brought it up, fits even less.

Quote:

Originally Posted by conspiracy theorist (Post 734847)
What about the associations/groups he's apart of? Can they be described as Venusian in any way shape or form?

...Which groups? The university's physics department?

I don't think he could be bothered to join any groups. They might get in the way of doing math, or traveling, both of which he likes very much.

graay ghost 11-01-2016 02:03 AM

Re: Careers for the Sagittarius-Influenced
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by conspiracy theorist (Post 734847)
I wonder if this is the case of whole sign houses trumping the quadrant. But despite what GG and you say about math being beautiful and symmetrical, I think that's a tenuous link for how strong Venus is in the chart.

Some people have no appreciation for beauty...

AppLeo 11-01-2016 03:02 AM

Re: Careers for the Sagittarius-Influenced
 
I'd say Sag's can do anything because not only are they an adaptive mutable sign, but they're a Fire sign so they can follow their heart. But this is what comes to my mind...

Sag Careers
- Philosophy
- Math
- Psychology
- Music
- Professional Sports
- Professor
- Teacher
- Guru or spiritual leader
- Def a Scientist of some sort

graay ghost 11-01-2016 10:58 AM

Re: Careers for the Sagittarius-Influenced
 
Anyway I'm not really sure how well careers can be divined by looking at charts. Like, I don't think anyone would have gu sees what I do or have done based on my chart.

AppLeo 11-01-2016 12:56 PM

Re: Careers for the Sagittarius-Influenced
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by graay ghost (Post 734900)
Anyway I'm not really sure how well careers can be divined by looking at charts. Like, I don't think anyone would have gu sees what I do or have done based on my chart.

I don't think people can guess careers with charts easier, but it doesn't hurt to try.

sibylline 11-01-2016 04:48 PM

Re: Careers for the Sagittarius-Influenced
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by AppLeo (Post 734871)
I'd say Sag's can do anything because not only are they an adaptive mutable sign, but they're a Fire sign so they can follow their heart. But this is what comes to my mind...

Sag Careers
- Philosophy
- Math
- Psychology
- Music

Why music or psychology?

Quote:

Originally Posted by graay ghost (Post 734900)
Anyway I'm not really sure how well careers can be divined by looking at charts. Like, I don't think anyone would have gu sees what I do or have done based on my chart.

Guessing is funnnn. :)

For the chart I listed, there are several indicators for teaching so it would have been one of my guesses but in other cases it is not so clear.

I actually know at least five Cancer Suns, Moons, and/or ASCs who are in the same or similar career as you. It is weird because I wouldn't have guessed that for Cancer but it's true.

graay ghost 11-01-2016 05:40 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by sibylline (Post 734975)

Guessing is funnnn. :)

For the chart I listed, there are several indicators for teaching so it would have been one of my guesses but in other cases it is not so clear.

I actually know at least five Cancer Suns, Moons, and/or ASCs who are in the same or similar career as you. It is weird because I wouldn't have guessed that for Cancer but it's true.

I guess a better question is if they enjoy what they do.


All times are GMT. The time now is 11:10 AM.

Powered by vBulletin® Version 3.8.2
Copyright ©2000 - 2020, Jelsoft Enterprises Ltd.
Copyright © 2005-2018, AstrologyWeekly.com. Boards' structure and all posts are property of AstrologyWeekly.com and their respective creators. No part of the messages sent on these boards may be copied without their owners' explicit consent.