SAGITTARIUS-CAPRICORN CUSP - The Cusp of PROPHECY December 19 - 25: The fiery and earthy natures of Sagittarius-Capricorns speak of highly developed faculties of intuition and sensation respectively, but do not necessarily point to either a strong mental or a strong emotional orientation. Those born on this cusp are consequently at their best when trusting their hunches and their five senses, particularly sight and hearing. Their articulation and expression of their thoughts and feelings may be more problematical. Ultimately, the development of extrasensory abilities, or even a single sixth sense, is often the most unique and remarkable quality that those born on the Cusp of Prophecy can offer to the world. Whether happy, seductive, threatening or punishing, Sagittarius-Capricorns make their moods known very unambiguously, leaving little if any doubt about how they feel. They do not expect to be liked by other people, although it often happens that they are. Being independent of the approval of others gives Sagittarius-Capricorns a power and freedom that many lack. The deep, passionate natures and highly sexual orientation of those on this cusp can bind others to them magnetically.
STRENGTHS: Psychic, Inscrutable, Intense
WEAKNESSES: Frustrated, Antisocial, Oppressive
Muhammad Anwar El Sadat was the third President of Egypt, serving from 15 October 1970 until his assassination by fundamentalist army officers on 6 October 1981. Sadat joined Jimmy Carter’s sponsored negotiations for the Egypt-Israel Peace Treaty, which won him and Israeli Prime Minister Menachem Begin the Nobel Peace Prize. December 25, 1918, Mit Abu al-Kum, Egypt
SAGITTARIUS-CAPRICORN CUSP NOTABLES: Edith Piaf, Florence Griffith-Joyner, Uri Geller, Joseph Stalin, Sissy Spacek, Jane Fonda, Anwar Sadat, Ava Garner, Rod Sterling, Kiefer Sutherland, Frank Zappa, Howard Hughes, Richard Leakey, Diane Sawyer, Lady Bird Johnson.
ADVICE: Learn to temper your intensity. By understanding yourself better; you will be less at the mercy of your moods. Work on improving social relationships and continue to befriend others. Beware of any tendencies to close yourself off. Allow your warm and loving side full rein and keep your heart open.
Source: The Secret Language of Relationships, Gary Goldschneider & Joost Elffers.