Libra – Summary
Libra is the sign of “liberality” – which means fairness to all. Libra seeks peace and harmony and has abundant and strong artistic, creative resources with which she negotiates and thus defeats enemies and overcomes challenges with relative grace and ease. She is quite non-conformist, difficult to teach in a traditional setting, and is interested in practical morality that directly benefits society.
Libra has significant passion for relationships, which can result in difficulties dealing with lust in a socially healthy context.
Libra – Details
Venus contributes love of peace and harmony among people. She grants many artistic skills to Libra .
Debilitated in House 12, contributing prominent need for: appreciating the intangible and “impractical,” humility.
Exalted in House 6, contributing prominent abundance in: Fairness, negotiating skills, ability to defeat enemies without much fighting.
Libra brings Saturn to exaltation, and puts the Sun into debilitation.
Mercury (owning houses 9 & 12) contributes love for travel and a lack of need for organized religion and educational institutions. The best teachers for Libra are very liberal ones.
Saturn (owning houses 4 & 5) contributes emotional, intellectual and creative strength and a strong sense of connection to the “common man.”
Moon (owning house 10) is very important regarding career. It contributes business and creative skills towards the career, but also contributes some instability and fluctuation.
Mars (owning houses 2 & 7) contributes potential for unexpected accidents to occur. It also helps Libra earn money due to their passion for relating directly to the public (and the opposite sex).
Sun (owning house 11) contributes challenges pertaining to socializing, parties, and large groups of friends.
Jupiter (owning houses 3 & 6) contributes interest in social morality and law; and challenges with siblings, and lust.
Number: Seventh Sign – the house of other people. This contributes keen interest in being fair and equitable to others. It increases interest in the opposite sex.
Element: Air. This contributes creative and intellectual talent, and increases the desire for pleasure.
Pattern: Goal oriented. Contributes lofty goals, usually social in nature.
- Vic DiCara