Sagittarius Sun 1st House
ith the Sun in Sagittarius in the first house, you discover personal power by seeking the thrill of the chase in every moment.
Your central purpose is to express exuberance in an obvious way.
You build confidence by having your sense of humor confirmed by others.
You shine when your honesty and forthrightness attract an intelligent, curious partner who enjoys your good-natured mentorship.
You’ll know you’ve become full of yourself if the person sharing your dinner table has no opinions of their own and merely parrots your ideas.
- Sagittarius Sun 1st house: Heinrich Böll, Nobel Prize in Literature 1972; Margaret Cho, actress/comedian, All-American Girl; Archduke Franz Ferdinand, his assassination triggered a series of events leading to WWI
Sagittarius Sun 2nd House
ith the Sun in Sagittarius in the second house, you discover personal power by putting your money where your mouth is – ‘shopping’ has meaning.
Your central purpose is to develop a philosophy that guides your material values.
You build confidence by taking risks with your assets, and being right.
You shine when the quest for material comfort gets you moving, mentally or physically, towards a larger vision of what is possible.
You’ll know you’re full of yourself when you’re the fool who gambled away their fortune searching for the next lucky break.
- Sagittarius Sun 2nd house: Bob Barker, animal rights activist, host, The Price is Right; Robin Gibb singer, The Bee Gees; Chris Evert, tennis pro; Gustave Flaubert, author, Madame Bovary
Sagittarius Sun 3rd House
ith the Sun in Sagittarius in the third house, you discover personal power by speaking your mind from a place of truth.
Your central purpose is to approach conversations as a journey – who knows where they will lead?
You build confidence by giving your honest opinion, with a dollop of humor. Thanks, Professor!
You shine when your confidence in life experiences has you coming off like a casual guru.
You’ll know you’ve become full of yourself when all your journeys amount to nothing more than a one-sided opinion of the world.
- Sagittarius Sun 3rd house: Otto Dix, German printmaker; Florence Griffith Joyner, “Flo-Jo,” American track and field athlete; Giacomo Puccini, composer, La bohème
Sagittarius Sun 4th House
ith the Sun in Sagittarius in the fourth house, you discover personal power by standing in your truth.
Your central purpose is to seek a way of life that lets your home be a place where you can express yourself freely and without restraint.
You build confidence as you learn how to boost your own morale.
You shine when you can still crack a smile, laugh, and retain optimism, no matter how messed up your family is.
You’ll know you’ve become full of yourself when you are blunt and insensitive whenever the topic of home and family comes up.
- Sagittarius Sun 4th house: John Malkovich, actor; Woody Allen, Woody Allen; Ed Kemper, American serial killer who murdered ten people, including his paternal grandparents and mother
Sagittarius Sun 5th House
ith the Sun in Sagittarius in the fifth house, you discover personal power by taking a journey through unexplored avenues of joy and pleasure.
Your central purpose is to be truthful about what you think is ‘fun’.
You build confidence by expressing the truth of who you are in a creative and gutsy way.
You shine when the hunt for a good time leads to a jackpot.
You’ll know you’ve become too much when every ‘fun’ thing you want to do involves testing the mores of society, and risking life and limb.
- Sagittarius Sun 5th house: Mayim Bialik, American actress, game show host, and author; Dick Butkus, American former professional football player, sports commentator, and actor; Jake Gyllenhaal, actor; Jean Genet, French novelist, playwright, poet, essayist, and political activist
Sagittarius Sun 6th House
ith the Sun in Sagittarius in the sixth house, you discover personal power expanding the very notion of what can be accomplished on a day-to-day basis.
Your central purpose is to be on the move, mentally or physically, every day in pursuit of new engaging work opportunities.
You build confidence by expanding your daily schedule to make room for forays into unknown territories, philosophical, intellectual, or physical.
You shine when your larger-than-life presence sends a ripple through the ‘office’ when you enter the room.
You’ll know you’ve become full of yourself when every day is an exercise in resetting your moral compass.
- Sagittarius Sun 6th house: Nia Peeples, American R&B and dance music singer and actress; Dave Brubeck, American jazz pianist and composer, considered one of the foremost exponents of cool jazz; Joan Didion, American write who engaged audiences in the realities of the counterculture of the ’60s and the Hollywood lifestyle; Steven Spielberg, American film director, producer, and screenwriter.
Sagittarius Sun 7th House
ith the Sun in Sagittarius in the seventh house, you discover personal power by embracing truth in relationships.
Your central purpose is to be that easy, breezy, globe-trotting, philosophy-spouting, Centaur we all want to know and love.
You build confidence by being the one person your friends go to for an honest opinion.
You shine when being in a relationship means facing your role in that relationship in an unflinching way.
You’ll know you’ve become full of yourself when you’re never satisfied, and you risk perfectly good relationships for a shot of something ‘more’.
- Sagittarius Sun 7th house: Jane Birkin, “Birkin Bag”; Billy Idol, 80s pop singer, Eyes Without a Face; Fritz Lang, Austrian-German-American film director, screenwriter, and occasional film producer and actor, dubbed the “Master of Darkness”
Sagittarius Sun 8th House
ith the Sun in Sagittarius in the eighth house, you discover personal power by honing your moral compass as you hunt for deeper connection.
Your central purpose is to discover the truth of how you are by how handle profoundly intimate moments with other people.
You build confidence by having the guts to invest in and boost another person’s life journey.
You shine when you can stand in your truth amidst chaos and scandal, buoying morale, and taking moments to crack a smile.
You’ll know you’ve become full of yourself when you’re blurting out details of private conversations for the sake of a laugh.
- Sagittarius Sun 8th house: Brendan Fraser, actor, Bedazzled; Guy Hocquenghem, French writer, philosopher, and queer theorist; Alfred Eisenstaedt, German-born American photographer and photojournalist
Sagittarius Sun 9th House
ith the Sun in Sagittarius in the ninth house, you discover personal power by taking trips through the broadest reaches of mental and physical landscape, sometimes on multiple planes of existence.
Your central purpose is to push boundaries, giving yourself room to grow, move, and expand into a broader perspective of who you are as you search for meaning in life.
You build confidence by having a big impact over the ideas, philosophies, and concepts within your sphere of influence, and beyond.
You shine by being a guide through unexplored moral, philosophical, and cultural territory.
You’ll know you’re full of yourself when you’ve become the Nutty Professor.
- Sagittarius Sun 9th house: Philip K. Dick, American science fiction writer, Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep?, A Scanner Darkly, The Minority Report; Bette Midler, American singer, songwriter, actress, and comedian, Addams Family Grandmama (voice);
Sagittarius Sun 10th House
ith the Sun in Sagittarius in the tenth house, you discover personal power by being a role model for moral integrity and truth, when the lure of fame and fortune are nearby.
Your central purpose is to be honest with yourself about how you feel on topics of fame, status, authority, and climbing the social ladder.
You build confidence by being the person people look up to when they need to see how ‘honesty’ is done.
You shine when you’re able to hunt for recognition without compromising your principles.
You’ll know you’re full of yourself when what you’re known for is having insensitive, rude opinions that aren’t funny at all.
- Sagittarius Sun 10th house: Phil Donahue, host of The Phil Donahue Show; Eli Cohen, Egyptian-born Israeli spy; Richard Pryor, American stand-up comedian, actor, and writer, Brewster’s Millions
Sagittarius Sun 11th House
ith the Sun in Sagittarius in the eleventh house, you discover personal power by being at the center of a journey in which many other people are along for the ride.
Your central purpose is to be a beacon of truth aimed toward progress and the common good as you search for meaning in life.
You build confidence by attracting a tribe of people who are as freedom-loving and gutsy as you are.
You shine when you boost the morale of your fans, encouraging them to broaden their perspective on what is possible and how lofty their goals can be.
You’ll know you’ve become full of yourself when your overconfidence reveals you to be a Fool instead of a wise teacher.
- Sagittarius Sun 11th house: Kirk Douglas, actor, Spartacus; Jim Morrison, American singer, poet and songwriter who was the lead vocalist of the rock band the Doors; Lucky Luciano, Italian-born gangster operating in the US
Sagittarius Sun 12th house
ith the Sun in Sagittarius in the twelfth house, you discover personal power by insisting on time alone to pursue your loftiest interests.
Your central purpose is to know the truth of who you are behind the scenes, keeping yourself unfettered by day-to-day obligations and restrictions.
You build confidence by taking risks, and to be you is to navigate uncharted territories – moral, philosophical, and spiritual.
You shine because you are on one long trip – you are the trip.
You’ll know you’ve become full of yourself when you blow off responsibilities and obligations to follow pipe dream after pipe dream.
- Sagittarius Sun 12th house: J Paul Getty, American-born British petroleum industrialist who founded the Getty Oil Company in 1942. At his death, he was worth more than $6 billion (approximately $21 billion in 2019); Kiefer Sutherland, actor, 24; Eve Curie, French and American writer, journalist and pianist, younger daughter of Marie Curie
- Life purpose
- Personal authority
- Creative potential
- Conscious self