VIRGO: August 23 - September 22
Everlasting Know-It-Alls Need Love, Too
Notable Virgos at AoI: No NPCs listed
Element: Earth. Virgo Earth is a solid parcel of common soil that provides everything you need in a predictable manners as predictable as Bermuda grass. Mow it, water it, mow it, water it.
Quality: Mutable. Virgo moods swing from nitpicker, to crank, to critic.
Symbol: The Virgin. In your dreams and their minds.
Ruler: Mercury, the god of Telling It Like It Is, whether or not you really want to hear it.
Favorite Pastime: Worrying.
Favorite Book: 1001 Steps to Total Organization
Role Model Felix Unger
Dream Job: Closet organizer
Key Phrase: It won't work that way.
Body Part: Nervous system. You can always spot a Virgo by their raw, bleeding fingernails.
Approach with Caution
Virgo, the sixth sign of the zodiac, lives in the House of Service and Health. Tactful astrology depicts Virgo as a modest, practical peach of a person who is superbly logical, discriminating, and meticulous. A more accurate description might reveal an anal, subjective, self- absorbed fussbudget who is critical, sanctimonious, and cheap
Virgo is ruled by Mercury, the same breezy character that rules pesky Gemini. However, in Virgo, Mercury's mischievous, lighthearted nature is trapped in Earth, where it becomes critical and irritable. Virgos would like to be as unstructured as cousin Gemini, but their feet are stuck firmly in the ground. Virgins sweat the small stuff. These folks are compelled to heal the sick, save the sinful, and correct everyone else's spelling. They dispense unsolicited advice with all the authority of a second-grade teacher, with about as much insight.
Virgos are deliberate, not spontaneous. They are so busy trying to perfect everyone else that they have lost sight of their own flawed natures. Of all the signs, Virgo is the least likely to admit a mistake. Born with the nothing's-ever-good-enough gene has made them unable to relax and enjoy life's surprises. Bring your lunch, and dinner, if you dare to argue with one, because they will never admit they are wrong. Prove a Virgin wrong and he, or she, will say, â€Oh, I didn't realize that. Well that changes the whole perspective now, if you had only explained that to me at the beginning.