CAPRICORN-AQUARIUS CUSP - The Cusp of MYSTERY and IMAGINATION January 17-22:
CAPRICORN-AQUARIUS CUSP - The Cusp of MYSTERY and IMAGINATION January 17-22: The vivid and expressive individuals born on the Capricorn-Aquarius cusp generate excitement wherever they go. Unable to keep out of action very long, they make their presence felt almost immediately on entering a room. Their viewpoints tend to be controversial, and whether conservative or radical are highly stimulating, often because of the dramatic way they are delivered. Capricorn-Aquarians' interest in the poor and downtrodden is more than theoretical: most of them will not hesitate to make direct contributions of time, money or energy to help anyone less fortunate than themselves. At the same time, however, they have little sympathy for those they see as freeloaders or parasites, able to pull their own weight but refusing to do so.
Strengths: EXCITING - ENTERTAINING - LIGHTHEARTED
Weaknesses: CHAOTIC - DIFFICULT - ERUPTIVE
Advice:You must an outlet for your creative energy. Communicate what you experience. Try not to be discouraged by lack of understanding, ignorance or negative criticism. Don't go off the deep end, but, rather, find those who understand and appreciate you.
CAPRICORN-AQUARIUS CUSPNOTABLE: David Llewelyn Wark "D. W." Griffith ‘Father of Film’ was an American film director, mostly remembered as the director of the 1915 film The Birth of a Nation and the subsequent film Intolerance. He is closely associated with his frequent leading lady, Lillian Gish. January 22, 1875, La Grange, KY.
CAPRICORN-AQUARIUS CUSP NOTABLES: Muhammed Ali, Janis Joplin, Federico Fellini, Benjamin Franklin, Edgar Allen Poe, Al Capone, Humphrey Bogart, Jim Carey, Dolly Parton, Sir Francis Bacon, Jack Nicklaus, Stonewall Jackson, D.W.Griffith, Rasputin. Sally Z. Thorpe, Tony Diao. Source: The Secret Language of Relationships, Gary Goldschneider & Joost Elffers.