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Capricorn Sun Virgo Moon Combinations

Updated on September 12, 2012

Capricorn Sun Virgo Moon (for ladies)

"Her Illumination: A gem.

Her dark side: Complex emotions.

The Capricorn woman often makes a valiant attempt to present herself as assured, confident and a touch above the crowd, like the goat on the hill, overseeing the valley. You'd sometimes like to take the woman with this combination and pull her off the hill and lecture her on smugness and aloofness. No use. Because you know what? Underneath all her reserve is a woman who's just as insecure as the rest of the world. Once you understand that she's bluffing, whistling in the dark, you have to admire her considerable efforts at covering her frailties. She's so good at keeping up this facade that, well, I wouldn't want to play poker with her. I also wouldn't want to hurt her feelings. She'll never, never forgive or forget. I know I've made her exterior seem harsh and unappealing, but she isn't. Further, she is attractive to men in a special sort of way. She makes them feel like winning her would be catching a real prize. They find the challenge, coupled with her considerable poise and good looks, irresistible. This woman knows hardships and heartbreak. She can be a nice coworker and a top notch business woman. She works long and hard for everything she obtains in her career. How she survives depends a lot on the men in her life. If she is hurt excessively by misplaced love, she can turn out very bitter. If she gets lucky and finds her mister right early, she'll be loving, devoted, generous and a real gem. Otherwise, she'll be a tyrant even with her babies. She won't be a hot ticket in the bedroom unless she finds the right man to make her understand about bells ringing and bombs bursting. If she finds him, he can count on some real surprises in the sexual area. She's a contradictory woman to start out with She'll be attracted to the Scorpio, the Sagittarius and the Virgo. A Libra or Taurus could light up her life."

(Taken from The Book of Lovers by Carolyn Reynolds.)

Capricorn Sun Virgo Moon (for guys)

"His Illumination: Does most everything well.

His dark side: Choice of mate surprises.

There he is. The slight, serious, somewhat dark corporate accountant. He is practical and conventional. His coworkers think he is a genius. Nothing could ever throw him off balance. Wrong; one thing can and usually does--an unhappy marriage. A miserable marriage. A wife with a chronic illness or neurosis. You won't believe me because he has such a pleasant, stable appearance. Trust me, it is a mask. His intelligence and insights are lost in the love relationships department. The intellectual side of this man is strong, and he needs a bright partner. He also needs a clean one. No crumpled sheets or dingy underwear for him. A classic bookworm, if you want to get his head out of the book, you will have to have a strong ability to talk knowingly on a number of subjects, and be a superb housekeeper and domestic engineer. His values in a relationship are strictly conventional. He will expect to be catered to, and will be until his basically unsteady partner unravels. At this point he will take over the more domestic role, including raising the children. Everything he does, he does well. Even his sexual habits are studied and perfected. Spontaneous passion is not his nature. Textbook study has no doubt come first. His choices in mates are surprising. A Pisces, a Gemini, a Cancer, or a Virgo are the most attractive of the Zodiac for him. He promises devotion, stability, pensions, cars in running order, taxes paid on time, and a well stocked freezer. He needs a Taurus, Virgo, Cancer or Pisces to make him tick."

(Taken from The Book of Lovers by Carolyn Reynolds.)

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      M-girl 

      2 years ago

      This is a really cool article! I agree with most of the content. The part where cap-virgos can turn bitter is not necessarily true though. They just keep their guard up (like give you looks and being snidy), but they do not really lash out (unless you really piss them off). Think of Hilly from the movie The Help...that is what they are more likely to act.

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