21-Sep-2017, 19:06 UT/GMT
|Explanations of the symbols|
|Chart of the moment|
Capricorn's desire for achievement harmonises beautifully with Taurus' love of quality. Both of you enjoy using your practical skills, and you could support each other's careers and projects. Your endeavours will have an unusual degree of appreciation and constancy. Money is likely to be an important issue, since both of you want a material life which reflects your achievements.
However, try not to get into a rut with each other. You are both creatures of habit and every now and then a little exploration into the unknown could do you a world of good.
The sensual side of life is likely to be enjoyable for you both, but you may secretly be waiting for each other to make the dramatic romantic gesture. Stop waiting. Say the words and make the gesture yourself. Give romantic gifts instead of useful ones. You both need hyacinths for the soul more than you might realise.
People who think that Capricorn can be summed up by mundane ambition are sadly mistaken. Hardworking, cautious, shrewd, ambitious, you are also, in your secret heart, a kind of magician, a seeker after mysteries. To manipulate and organise the stuff of the world is no mean feat, and takes more than just ordinary garden-variety patience. Whichever realm ... read more
Taurus is a very physical sign. It's a rare Taurean who doesn't possess a strong, intense desire nature. Even Taureans who fear intimacy (perhaps because they've been badly hurt in early life) will still display their innate sensuousness - through affectionate touching and an intense response to anything that's nice to touch, beautiful to look at, ... read more
The bull is an extremely masculine animal, and the Taurus man can incline to the macho end of the masculine spectrum - partly because the sign is so physical, and partly because Taureans are so sensitive to the collective roles which society expects of them. The Taurus man is apt to collect the accoutrements of what society deems masculine, from clothes ... read more