Fishing Guide to the Stars
Fishing Guide to the Stars: Fishing for love thru the zodiac
The long title ought to be about as self-explanatory as need be.
As an astrologer, my most common question from clients, friends and cohorts:
“I’m a (insert sign here). Do I get along with a (insert sign here)?”
As a writer, this text had the weirdest history. It started out as a book, at an editor’s request, then I popped it up on the web page, as I fine-tuned the material. Finally, I published it. Quick, concise, down and dirty look at what signs get along with what signs. Includes a handy thumb-nail sketch for each sign — along with bait suggestions.
Leo: I really do like the opposite of this one. And I’ve seen this one work pretty good for an entertaining relationship. But a good Sagittarius girl had better do a little academic research about her Leo companion before getting into to this too far. He’s easy to please, all you have to do is…
Scorpio: Tough call, here. I’ve seen a couple of those unions work out over the long haul, but it’s not like it’s an everyday occurrence. The challenge, and this is one of those times when other stuff in the chart really counts, the challenge is to get past the Aquarius/Scorpio debate about who is in…
Aries: [caption id="attachment_668" align="alignleft" width="150"] The Ram[/caption]My dear, with an Aries male, you will find that you really have your hands full. The old saw about “opposites attract” is what brought you together in the first place. In this case, I would start by examining the angle between your two Suns, it’s called an opposition,…
[caption id="attachment_671" align="alignright" width="150"] The Crab[/caption]Cancer guys: It’s a Cardinal Water sign, and the crabs can fit these personalities pretty well since this can be the original white trash trailer house group. They can up and move that house in no time, rather than leave anything behind. Watch out, these guys are ruled by the…
It was written over a period of years, with thousands of charts used as archetypes and examples. No names, though. For sure. Tens of thousands of charts.
The real title? It should be something like “A Girl’s Guide to Bass Fishing, Boys and Boats.” Although, it might not be clear, it’s a guide on what combinations work best to land what (sign) of boy. Guy. Guide.
Title: Fishing Guide to the Stars: Fishing for love thru the zodiac
“Astrological Romance Reference”
Website: Astrology Compatibility by Birthdate