Do you eat gluten-free? Want astrological analysis, predictions, and advice just for you, plus a selection of celebs who share your sign—and perhaps your diet? Starting with Aries in March of 2013, every month I've posted just that. This time, I'm mixing it up with a special double edition of Gluten-Free Astrology.
I'll cover all the need-to-know facts about Capricorn and Aquarius, then we'll play a little game with celebrities. Got a goat or a water-bearer in your life, or are you one yourself? Then read on!The GF Capricorn
Capricorn's symbol is the goat, and there's a good reason for that. GF Capricorns are surefooted, able to pick their way over obstacles to reach whatever peak they've set their sights on. Like Virgos, Capricorns are organized creatures who set goals, make plans, and proceed steadily toward them.
But Capricorns' ambitions are often higher than Virgos', and always less negotiable. While a GF Virgo might set up a safe, tidy, 95% gluten-free kitchen and allow his/her family to keep eating Triscuits, the GF Capricorn—uncomfortable with ambiguity—won't rest until every last crumb has left the building.
Like our friends, the GF Capricorns, you can be obstinate when you're sure you're right (and, since Aquarius is the Ravenclaw of the astrology world, you're right annoyingly often). Also like Capricorns, Aquarius can come off as distant—in your case, because you really do prize independence over all else. For the most part, the similarity ends there.
Where Capricorn is steady, Aquarius is zany, constantly changing directions and cooking up wild schemes. You’ve probably had so many gluten-free business ideas, you’ve lost count. Maybe you’ve even tried to make some a reality: tossing ideas around and getting to know potential clients is lots of fun. Tying yourself down longterm? Not so much.
More analysis, health tips, and a celeb guessing game, plus info on every other sign (except for Pisces, coming next), are up on my personal blog. If you're a gluten-free Capricorn or Aquarius, or know someone who is, check it out . . . your fate may depend on it.
The "information," such as it is, in this post has been sourced from The Only Astrology Book You'll Ever Need, by Joanna Martine Woolfolk, which is in fact the only astrology book you'll ever need (need here being a relative term). Goat photo © BR0WSER | Flickr , Uranus photo © wstera2 | Flickr
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