December 22 – January 19
The CEO of the Zodiac has arrived! Dressed in her sharpest suit and classy pumps, the ambitious goat is on the climb of a life. Slow and steady, Capricorn climbs the massive mountain of success, leaving a sophisticated cloud of Chanel No. 5 in her wake. Her luxurious kingdom awaits. And she has the patience and sheer endurance to get there, no matter how long it takes. If you really want it, pay your dues, says Capricorn. And so, onward and upward she goes.
Capricorn may be rugged, but she is also regal. High-luxe living is the reward for her efforts. And she will be rewarded. But how does she do it? A prudent traditionalist, Capricorn doesn’t reinvent the wheel. She builds on what’s been proven to work in the past, then develops it with her team.
Yes, Capricorn doesn’t go at it alone. An excellent leader, she surrounds herself with those who can help her on the climb. Of course, she makes plenty of mistakes along the way. But eventually her discipline, pragmatism and good timing pay off.
Still, this steady-going material girl isn’t all business. Symbolized by the father, she values family. In true Capricorn fashion, hard work is her secret to creating strong familial bonds. However, she is being called to balance ambition with emotions. When her natural patience and discipline is coupled with a tender heart, she makes a positive contribution to her family and society. The world is simply a better place with Capricorn’s patience, persistence and prudence.
Once Upon A Time
There once was a sea-goat named Pricus. Pricus was the father of an entire race of intelligent sea-goats who had the heads and bodies of goats and the tails of fish. Slowly, Pricus’s children began to evolve (but not in the right direction). After countless days on dry land, his children started to lose their tails, intelligence, and ability to live in the sea. One by one, the sea goats transformed into regular mountain goats. Quelle horreur!
Pricus was distraught. To fix this, he reversed time and warned his children of the dangers of too much time on land. Of course, Pricus’s teenage children didn’t listen. Eventually Pricus gave up, and begged Chronos, the god of time, to help him die. Instead, Chronos placed him in the sky. As the Capricorn constellation, Pricus watches over his children from above.