Good Day, Leo

Here is your daily horoscope for Tuesday, October 22nd, 2019

In six weeks from today Jupiter, the largest, most powerful and benefic planet in the solar system will leave a playful part of your chart and not only return to your busy work sector but team up with even more powerful forces. The slide from the playful to the busy side of the fence hasn't begun yet but it is now literally weeks away and already the solar system is preparing for this. Why then, have the lunar nodes spent the last 11 months policing a need to know when to keep your work hat on and when to take it off?

About the Leo Sign

July 23 - August 22

Element: Fire
Ruling planets: The Sun
Symbol: The Lion
Stone: Peridot
Life Pursuit: To be a leader
Secret desire: To be a star

Love triumphs over all for this passionate sign. Leo's are ruled by the heart of galaxy: The Sun. Born fortunate, charismatic and very positive thinkers they attract all sorts of people, and great life opportunities. Able to survive the bad times with a great sense of humor, and style, always thinking things will get better, very optimistic.

Once a Lion commits to a relationship, they are the most loyal and devoted of all of the zodiac signs. Once a Leo gets their heartbroken, they rarely will forgive or forget. Leo's are exceptional at cutting ties once things go south in a relationship, they can walk into the sunset without ever looking back. Usually there is a good reason to be so cold, and when a relationship is over it is truly over with a Leo.

There are 3 soul evolution's for Leos. The 1st is the Lion Cub, which is immature, and frightened by anything new. The next is the King of the Jungle, very ego driven, and protecting those they love. The 3rd and final stage of their soul evolution is the Sphinx, which is wise beyond their years, and great teachers to others. It does not matter what level they end up achieving throughout life, all Leos are trendsetters, leaders, and adventurers. Pride is their biggest weakness.

History Of Astrology

The Babylonians are credited with the beginnings of Astrology. Their astrological charts helped them predict certain trends in the seasons as well as celestial events, and astronomical phenomenons. They could predict the cyclical phases of the the Moon, solar, and lunar eclipses, transits and occultations, planetary oppositions and conjunctions, and more. Back 2,000 years ago Astrology and Astronomy were the same science.

Babylonian Astrology was soon introduced to the Greeks early in the 4th century B.C. and, through the studies of great scholars such as Plato, Aristotle, and others, astrology came to be highly regarded as a science. It was eventually embraced by the Romans and Arabs. The Roman Zodiacal signs are still used today. Astrology soon spread throughout the entire world.

Astrology was later designed to bring a sense of order out of apparent chaos, it was utilized to predict weather patterns such as natural disasters and agricultural purposes. It was broadened to predict many human affairs such as war and even used to as a form of counsel for kings, emperors, and in time us.

Horoscopes Coming To Be

Using your horoscope chart the relative position of the Sun, Moon, Plants, and stars at a specific time and place of your birth (numerology). Astrologers measure it as “sidereal” time, meaning time reckoned from the motion of the earth (or a planet) relative to the distant stars (rather than with respect to the Sun).

Proper interpretation of the chart is both an art and a science. When done properly, it reveals personality insights, sign compatibility, current trends, and more. Horoscopes should only be entrusted to a highly trained and accredited Astrologer.