Capricorn, the ascending climb, always moving forward Mountain goat, represents the tenth sign of the zodiac. Committed to responsibilities, Capricorn is a sign that represents the work side of life. Often calm, to the point of appearing slightly cold, meticulous, and stubborn in their persistence for quality and productivity, Capricorn individuals are often one level above their counterparts.
Prodigious and safe, the goats are very hard-working, sincere, with a good heart but very demanding for their quality. Most of them are blessed with deep wisdom, understanding, and stability of thought and action from an early age. However, this does not make them boring or boring, even if they are a bit slow to really flourish. In fact, born with the wisdom of mature adults, goats, as they grow, tend to go back to childhood in all its glory. Blame your ruler, the slow, discipline-loving movement that flourishes when the fight is hardest: Saturn!
You can find a somewhat dull, even lazy and tedious young Cappy young man, thinner, shorter or weaker than his peers (or fatter for that matter), in short, a misfit, working most nights, unwilling to leave, guarded and closed. However, as this Capricorn reaches the other side of 30, you can see it changing its stripes completely. This is when you will see the bright and lively side of those born to Capricorn.
Patience, achievement, practicality and safety net are his buzzwords. They can even act selfishly if they don’t get what they want. However, love for them is special. It’s all about stability and commitment, so from an early age, marriage is on the goats’ minds. However, loyal and caring to their loved ones, Capricorn individuals will even set aside love for duty and virtue.
Around December 22, the Sun enters Capricorn and transits through it until January 19. People born under the zodiac sign Capricorn are generally patient, ambitious, tolerant, and persevering. They are inclined to be an extremely careful and security-loving Aquarius Horoscope, and therefore every step they take is always properly planned and is never impulsive or in a hurry.
They act very responsibly and this makes them quite reliable individuals. Those born in Capricorn set high standards for themselves and try their best to get there.
Natives born in Capricorn have good resistance power against both major and minor ailments, so you will mostly find them relatively healthy in your old age. In fact, the older they grow, the healthier they seem. They belong to the category, which produces the most wonderful older people. However, her body can be delicate, especially her knees and bone structure. The danger they face is from colds, arthritis, kidney stones, digestive problems, and even skin disorders like herpes zoster. They should stay away from alcohol and rich food. Anatomically Capricorn corresponds to: knee joints and patella bone joints; skeleton; knee muscles; nerves in the knee; arteries in the knees; veins running down the knees.
Hardworking, dedicated, ambitious, patient and self-confident, goats rarely allow nonsense on the job, making them very reliable. They endure all difficulties with discipline and find their own way out of difficult circumstances. With a superior sense of duty, disinterest and devotion, they are admired for their determination. Sometimes they can be grumpy or even self-destructive, but they gain a lot of wisdom as they get along in life.
They can be considered unemotional, but they must be nurtured with love to bring out their best qualities. Being ambitious, the natives of Capricorn work voluntarily all day in the office to make rapid progress.
The natives of this sign are humble but determined people who approach their tasks with caution. They know that hard work is the only way to progress and they don’t like committing to anything. They strictly protect your privacy, which sometimes clashes with your professional work. Capricorns are a shrewd businessman and never make hasty decisions. Ambitious, they’ll make sure your best halves climb the ladder, even if they don’t measure up to the competition. They work at their own pace and offer the best they can. Academics, industry, agriculture are suitable fields for them.