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.
Aquarius: I’ve seen worse combinations work, and starting out by stating that, gives your Aquarius guy a chance to think about it. If you are willing to put up with some of the Aquarius eccentricities, then this is certainly a worthwhile relationship. But please, my favorite Virgo girl, please learn to control the whining, complaining,…
Scorpio: This double water combination is not without some merit to it. It has great potential. However, if you’re like me at all, as soon as someone says, “You have such great potential,” a little red flag pops up. Translation: you amount to nothing right now. But these two set of signs together, the Scorpio…
Virgo — poor Virgo, much maligned as the neat–freak perfectionist of the zodiac. Which they usually are, but they do arrive in two flavor: neat and messy. Ruled, more or less, by Mercury. Mutable Earth signs, great for cleaning fish. Although they make great bean counters, don’t let them divvy up the check at the…
Scorpio: [caption id="attachment_702" align="alignright" width="150"] The Scorpio[/caption]This is one of my favorite relationships to see. Is it good? It’s usually very, very good. There is about one tenth of the group I’ve looked at where this doesn’t work out. Out of that population, it usually has a lot to do with conflicting Moon signs and…
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