Sagittarius Birthstone

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Why Turquoise was chosen as a primary birthstone for Sagittarius?

The birthstone for Sagittarius is Turquoise and this gemstone can be found in many different colors; from the classic blue-green, to a light minty hue. This stone has been revered since at least 500BC when it was used by Sanskrit writings as both an ornamental jewelry item for royals like Cleopatra and also a healing tool in Ayurvedic medicine…

This stone is associated with the planet Jupiter, which represents wisdom. Turquoise is thought to protect from misfortune while helping one become more positive! This gemstone was used by Native Americans as early as 500BC for ritualistic jewelry and pottery items; it’s believed that they were ground into a fine powder in order to make the stone dust.

this gemstone was popular with the Egyptians, who used it in jewelry. The name comes from French meaning "Turks" because they were originally mined to help finance their conquests of India by Turkish invaders into Persia (Safavid dynasty). This stone is a hydrated form of copper carbonate and was prized for its deep blue color long before it became associated with the sea, when in 1735 King Louis XV gave to his mistress Mme de Pompadour an aquamarine ring.

Turquoise comes from Turkish or Farsi meaning "blue". It is a hydrated copper carbonate and is formed over limonite (iron oxide). There are many different types of turquoise, ranging in color from light blue to dark green-black with matrix.

The oldest known piece of jewelry containing Turquoise dates back around 800 BC & was found at Nineveh and is currently housed within the British Museum. This particular find is made up entirely out of Turquoises, which could mean that it may have been used as a form of currency.

Turkey has long produced some fine examples - with its mines producing more than 95% of all gem quality Turquoise in world production since the early twentieth century & continues to be so today! However, Turquoise is not native to Turkey but rather occurs as secondary minerals within granitic rocks.

Turquoise was brought to Europe by Turkish invaders (Persians) at around AD702 - after which it gained a large following as an ornamental stone in European courts. In fact the word 'Turkish' is derived from Latin Turcia, meaning 'the land of Turquoise'.

In ancient times it symbolized wealth, health, royalty as well as the power of an eye to see far away into deep space! It has a Mohs hardness rating between 5-6 which makes its durability average at best – so care must be taken with this precious stone when handling and mounting.

This gemstone comes from the Arabic word "Turkish" which was derived from Persian. This stone was found in India, Afghanistan ,and Iran around 100 BCE by Alexander of Macedonia who brought it back to Greece . Later on ,in Roman times because Turquoise is related with Sky or Heaven and Moon Goddess Selena (Goddess of the moon), they considered this stone as an amulet for protection.

The ancient Egyptians used turquoise as a protective talisman, and it was also thought to have magical properties among Ancient Persian ,Chinese Jews from Babylon wore Turquoise during their travels in the desert. It is one of three gemstones referred to collectively as "royal" stones: sapphire (from India), ruby(Ethiopia ),and Turquoise, which are found deep inside mines. In addition, Turquoise was also used by Egyptians during mummification process because it is considered a stone that represents the sky and heaven.

Throughout history Turquoises have been worn as amulets to protect against all manner of ills, such as the evil eye or malevolent spirits. It has long believed that Turquoise can heal physical afflictions such cancer ,throat infections and also psychological disorders.

Turkey’s best known export, TURQUOISE can be found in the mountains east of Ankara which explains why it was so important to Turkish civilization from earliest times – for millennia its veins have been mined and prized by Turks who were then conquerors (e.g., Alexander).

Turquoise is a member of Phyllosilicate family with high aluminum content, similar in composition the Hematite stone discussed above; though whereas it was discovered at least 650 years BC and named for its country/region origin “Persia” (now Iran), Turquoise’s name comes from Turkey!

The history of Turquoise

The history of Turquoise is very long, but it seems to have been known since antiquity. In ancient Egyptian jewelry, turquoise was used as a tribute stone: the pharaohs wore this gemstone in their crowns and on their amulets.

Turquoise was also one of the gems that were collected by Marco Polos to present them to Kublai Khan (the emperor Ying-le) during his journey around Asia between 1275 and 1304 AD, as it is mentioned in The travels. This gemstone is considered sacred among Turks who believe this stone brings good luck: therefore they buy small turquoise pieces to be used at the beginning of a new year or just before wedding ceremonies since their ancestors believed that those gems protected them from evil spirits and other harmful influences.

The history of Turquoise is a long and colorful one, reaching as far back to Ancient Egyptian times. In the days before diamonds were discovered in Africa it was thought that turquoise stones could be cut like gemstones making them easier to work with for jewelry designers who wanted faceted gems rather than just carved pieces of stone.

Turquoise is a popular mineral across the world and has been prized by civilizations such as in ancient Egypt, where it was used extensively in tombs painted onto coffins to ward off evil spirits or diseases for example. It can also be found within pre-Columbian Aztec artwork from Mexico too – a stone so cherished that many were destroyed during the religious ceremonies of sacrifice carried out by Mayan, Incan and Moche civilizations across South America!

In more recent times in Europe it was associated with royalty due to its popularity as an alternative for emeralds. As turquoise is softer than diamond (and thus more fragile) this made them less ideal as engagement rings, but meant they were a safer choice for other jewelry pieces such as necklaces and pendants that could be worn on everyday occasions!

Turquoise was also an important gemstone to King Tutankhamun – the Egyptian Pharaoh who is buried in The Valley of Kings. It has long been believed by archaeologists (and many others!) as being one way we can learn more about his life and legacy! For example, it’s said that when he died at just 18 years old he was given a golden mask with turquoise eyes so no-one would be able to see what color they were due the stone becoming darker in death.

Another royal who loved this gemstone? King George V of England, whose wife (Queen Mary) had many pieces made into jewelry for her collection and was presented with turquoise brooches as parting gifts when she went on tour! The Queen also used to wear a special bracelet that incorporated the gemstone which is now kept in London’s Buckingham Palace.

Although this stone has been mined since ancient times, its popularity grew hugely during Victorian and Edwardian periods.

The history of Turquoise and its relationship with Judaism dates back to the Bible. The first Biblical account on turquoise was recorded in Numbers 15:32-41, which is known as "Tikkun Ham'sheket." Tikah means repairing or making something whole again after it has become broken or damaged beyond recognition by an outside force. In the Torah portion of Tekhukhim (meaning repaired) G‑d commanded Moses to make a tzitzit, which are ritual fringe worn on prayer shawls and tallits today as well.

The Gemara records that turquoise was used by Rabbi Akiva ben Yehoyda who lived in the 2nd century BCE. He is known for his great wisdom acquired through his study of Torah, but also because he had so many students learn from him at one time due to their fervent desire and hunger for knowledge .

In medieval times turquoise was used as currency by people who lived in the deserts; they did not have access or were able to mint coins. So instead of spending money, it would be exchanged for food such as dates that could last them until their next visit into a civilization city.

Turquoise and its history with Judaism are so closely related due to the fact that when one considers where Jews have lived over time in different countries around the world; turquoise has always been used for ritual purposes by Jewish women as amulets, beads or prayer shawls.

Turquoise in the mythology

Turquoise in the mythology of many cultures refers to a jewel.

Turquoise is found all over North America and it was used by some Native American tribes as far back as 40,000 years ago (long before diamonds were mined). Some believe turquoise is from the sky because of its coloring which resembles clear blue skies.

Turquoises has been linked to ancient Persian culture and even more interestingly it was believed that in the Islamic religion, if a person died wearing this gemstone then he/she could go straight through into heaven! To this day Turquoise still holds an important position as one of only 4 precious stones (alongside diamond ruby & sapphire) and has been used for centuries by Native American Indians in their jewelry. It was also said that the stone would never lose its color due to it being impregnated with light!

Turquoise gemstone in the mythology, legends and folklore of different cultures around world. Turquoise was one among many precious stones discovered by Christopher Columbus on his voyage to America where it is believed he first saw them growing out from a rocky formation along with blue rocks which were later named as turquiose in the English language after its original name 'Turkish' coins. These Turkois are now called Azurite and Malachidine respectively (the colors of sky, heaven or malakh). The word "turcoise" is derived from French "pierre tourques", which meant a turk who was originally native to Turkey although it means stone in Persian language.

The first written text that describes the properties and uses for Turquoise gemstones appeared around 1806, describing its use by many civilizations as far back as Ancient Egyptians where is mentioned on their decorative jewelry pieces (either engraved or inlaid). Even today they are widely used among the Navajo Indians and Aztecs of Mexico.

This gemstone was also known to be worn around necks by both men, women as well as children who belonged from different backgrounds such as Native American's Puebloan tribe members (from which this stone originated) where it is believed that Turquoise gems are considered a symbol of protection and friendship.

The most important discovery in the history of Turquoise gemstones was when it came into light by European miners who were searching for copper mines underneath New Mexico desert regions; they discovered vast deposits rich with blue-grey matrix containing water which is believed to be one among many reasons that these precious stones are found near surface.

The Turquoise gemstones appear as a vein of crystal or rock, in shades of light blues ranging from sky Blue color through the spectrum towards greens and some times with spider webs which give it an attractive appearance; although these turquoises are found to be rare among precious stones.

The Turquoise gemstones have been used by many cultures including Native Americans, Persians as well as Egyptian people who carved them into jewelry pieces in order to use this stone for its magical properties such as protection of the wearer from danger or evil spirits.

Magical virtues of the Turquoise gemstone

The stone has been revered for its beauty since ancient times. This means it took time to be worn into a talismanic item or charm and has had to pass through several stages of transformation before arriving at this stage where we wear them around our necks instead!

We would like you today though dear readers to take the stone for granted as much is possible, its beauty lies in it's deep blue color that simply makes us dream about a paradise land somewhere out there. It has been worn by kings and queens throughout history due to this magical charm that seems able to change depending on what you want them too!

You may be interested at looking for these charms as they can bring some really lovely spells into your life with their own unique energies, or maybe you'll simply love the look of one and add it in a necklace where others will admire its beauty. Either way please do read on dear readers to find out more!

Turquoise Meaning & Healing Properties: Turquoise is also associated with Air signs (Gemini, Leo, Libra) as well as the element of Water and ruled by Saturn astrologically; it's a stone that brings both peacefulness but also inspiration in your life.

The gemstone will help you to release yourself from problems due to its ability to soothe your emotions whilst at the same time encouraging you towards new beginnings! The crystal is known as 'the mother of all stones' and has a close connection with women who need it around their necklines or in any way that they can access throughout life.

The stone will have an ability to encourage your own feminine power, this may be due to its association within nature but also because the gemstone is thought about as being linked strongly towards motherhood; turquoise has been found close by tombs and believed in some areas of history that it was once used for burial rites.

The stone will help you see your life clearly, this may mean simply going through a difficult period but also looking to the future with confidence! This is why wearing or carrying around turquoise has been thought about as being able to give off inspiration and motivation in order to change yourself for better times.

Turquoise is a stone which has always been used for magical purposes. The Egyptians ground it into powder and put some on their eyes, believing that Turquoise would make them see better in daylight! They also wore small beads of it around the neck to protect themselves from snake venom (Turquoise is known as a stone which helps heal any wounds inflicted by snakes).

In ancient Egyptian times, Turquoise was highly prized and used for all sorts of magical purposes. The Chinese thought that Turquoise could dispel illnesses if it were placed around the neck or in shoes! It has always been associated with dreaming powers - one legend says that a king once fell asleep on his throne, whereupon he began to sink into the ground at an alarmingly fast rate. The only way they managed to pull him out was by digging up turquoise stones and placing them around the King's neck!

It is said also in legends that if you place a piece of Turquoise under your pillow, it will aid dreaming - but then again there are some who say this could possibly lead to nightmares. In either case though turquoise has always been associated with magical powers...

Turquoises are used by many metaphysicians for divination purposes - as they have such strong dreaming properties, it seems a natural thing to try and predict the future using them! If you wish to do so yourself (if you're looking at one in particular) hold onto its energy with your hands while gazing into space.

Healing properties of the Turquoise gemstone

Astrologers and healers have long admired Turquoise for its ability to attract a positive energy. This stone is said to bring good luck, success in all endeavors as well as healthfulness on both physical and mental levels. In China it was used in jewelry since 600 BCE when the King of Lhasa sent caravans through deserts loaded with precious stones for his own use or that of other royalty he dealt with regularly (turquoise being a common item among them).

The Turquoise gemstone is believed to offer protection against evil spirits, while at the same time bringing good fortune and attracting positive energies. Turquoise was even said by some astrologers that it would bring wealth as well! The stone’s healing properties are also associated with success in all endeavors such as sports or business ventures – which is why many of its wearers were avid athletes.

The Turquoise gemstone was already valued for both beauty and practicality by prehistoric man who used to cut it into variously shaped beads made on a string or cord which could then easily fit in their pockets – making them ideal to wear throughout the day as well as being easy to carry.

These healing properties of turquoise have been long documented and are supported by many other sources, from Buddhist scriptures such as those found at Lhasa monastery dated since 600 BCE (when it was still used in jewelry) all the way up to modern day scientific studies.

Buddhism – a religion which is currently being adopted worldwide and whose practices are well documented around the globe for thousands of years now, believes that turquoise brings good luck:

“One who wears this stone will be loved by everyone,” reads one Buddhist text from India. “Whoever gets it on their person is sure to live in happiness.” (Buddhism of Tibet) and another, also dating back to the times before Christ: “One who wears a turquoise bead around his neck will never fear poverty,” reads one Indian Buddhist text.

What virtues Turquoise gemstone gives its wearer?

Turquoise gemstones are said to be a symbol of happiness, courage and love. The ancient Babylonians wore this stone as amulets for protection against the evil eye; their belief was that if you looked at another person with envy or hate while wearing your Turquoise good luck charm they would instantly turn green underneath it’s radiance to warn them away from harmful intentions. Turquoise is also known as a stone of protection and the zodiac birthstone for Sagittarius.

Mystical Virtues: The turquoise stone symbolizes the sky, water and earth. In Native American Indian cultures it was used for divination by shamans who would use the stones to receive visions of nature’s power – that which surrounds us all in this world we call home! This gemstone is said to encourage clear communication with others as well… a stone that enhances and amplifies our ability to speak up.

This crystal has been used for centuries by healers, who have recognized its unique properties of attracting the energies it needs from around itself when needed in order to achieve balance again – this is why we call turquoise “The Healer’s Stone!” In addition, our beautiful gemstone also encourages a sense of calm and well-being.

Mental Virtues: The crystal lore suggests that the stone can help us think more clearly by offering clarity in times when it seems like we have too many thoughts running through our heads at once – this is why turquoise has also been called “The Thought Detector!” It encourages truthful communication, which makes sense as well since Native Americans used to wear the stone on their bodies so that they would speak only what was needed.

Physical Virtues: Turquoise crystals have long been recognized for purifying and detoxing our body’s cells of impurities – we can see why this is! This gemstone has also proven to encourage positive change in the skin, especially on areas that are irritated. You will find it useful during seasonal changes as well… you know how your allergies may flare up from time-to-time? If so, then using turquoise can help relieve those ailments naturally and safely!

What is Sagittarius Zodiac Sign?

Sagittarius is the ninth astrological sign in the zodiac, spanning 240-270th degrees of the zodiac. It is associated with the constellation Sagittarius and is represented by either a centaur shooting a bow and arrow or an arrow drawn across a bow. Sagittarius is a fire sign, which means it is associated with adaptability and flexibility. It is also one of the mutable signs, which are signs that feature changeable quality.

People born between November 22 to about December 21 are considered to be Sagittarians. They are known for their larger-than-life spirits, captivating characters who can light up any room with their exhilarating tales, infectious laughter, and dynamic charm. Sagittarians are philosophical, curious, fun-loving, determined to take life by storm and soak up knowledge at every turn. They have a relentless drive for freedom and hold strong opinions.

Sagittarians' ruling planet is Jupiter, which makes them optimistic and positive. They love adventure and trying new things. In love, they tend to be passionate but also need space to roam. They get along with any zodiac sign as long as others give them space to explore.

Who is Sagittarius Personality?


Sagitarians can be very cynical. They are known for having a sarcastic sense of humor and they love to make funny, dry comments on life around them! If you're not in the mood when one jokes with you (or if someone else says something rude), Sagi is likely going laugh at that person behind his/her back. It can be tough living under their roof since they are so sarcastic and have a good sense of humor, but don’t like to hear the same old thing over again!


Sagi's love pleasure in every form. They hate things that aren’t fun or entertaining and are always looking for a good time wherever they go, even if it means going broke first (they will tell you about this later). Sagittarians have an inherent belief to “live life large,” which is why they love the arts so much. They could watch art films with their friends or read books all night long -- but only as long as there’s a good time and drink involved!


Sagittarians are sponges for information, they love to learn something new. They don't care how much or what kind of knowledge is required as long it involves an entertaining process; like in the classroom (the more creative and interesting the better), books galore at home/workplace all around them -- and let us not forget about their personal library!


Sagittarians love to go on adventures, they live for those experiences that are so much more than what we would describe as a typical “vacation.” These people want the chance and opportunity to experience things like traveling around Europe or Africa with friends/family. They could also do this independently too! Their favorite holiday will be one spent on an adventure, whether it’s divulging into deep religious practices in India that they never would have otherwise considered trying.

Sagittarius is an energetic person with a strong sense of justice. He/she tends to be optimistic and often appears enthusiastic about new ideas or projects he / she has started, even if others are not interested yet in his ideas.. Sagittarius does what seems right at the moment without much thought for later consequences...

Sagittarius Personalities like being surrounded by other bright people. He/she enjoys discussing issues with friends and colleagues who share common interests. This is an individualistic sign, so he / she can be quite blunt about disagreements or arguments that arise between them; sometimes they just have to agree not to talk!

Sagittarius Personalities are known for their great sense of humor: They don't mind being the butts either in jest and laughter. Sagittarius makes an excellent counselor, advisor and teacher because he/she is willing to spend hours patiently explaining something until everyone understands it...

Sagittarius Personalities are full-speed ahead people who like new ideas or projects that will lead them away from the routine of everyday life. Sagittarius often sees a bright side in any situation and can be quite enthusiastic about his/her own plans, even when others don't share their optimism..

Sagittarius Personalities are active individuals who love to get involved with everything that has an interesting challenge or offers the opportunity of meeting new people. He / she is always willing to take on a task and do it better than anyone else...

Being energetic, Sagittarius likes action: He/she hates boredom! This sign really enjoys being busy with something that he has started or someone who interests him..

Sagittarius Personalities love sports (they're great at them), especially horseback riding and archery... They like to be in the limelight, so they often play a leading role.

What planet rules Sagittarius Personality?

Sagitta is ruled by the Roman god of archery, Jupiter. He also goes under names such as Jove or Zeus and can be identified easily in other cultures too; Indra (Hindu), Ammon-Ra / Ra (Egyptian) etc… The planetary ruler has an affinity with Sagitta and is thus associated to the sign’s attributes of quickness, courageous initiative against all odds for victory.

In astrology this planet represents our ability in terms of focus and determination – how we take on new challenges by using a combination of willpower combined with clarity and confidence; Sagitta is associated to the arrow that was used throughout history as an expression of power, accuracy but also speed (Sagittarius)…

What are the strengths of Sagittarius personalities?

They have a wide range of interests, and they always seem to be on top things going around them. They tend not to focus too much attention in one area at once unless it's something really important for their career (economics) or family life/relationships with other people). Their intelligence is very broad - I can imagine this type of person having a good memory and being able memorize large amounts of information.

This could be because they are naturally observant, which also makes them sociable: They like to know about new things around themselves such as art or cultures in foreign countries; that's why it is not too hard for Sagittarius (and others) to have lots and long conversations with this sign.

There can be some weaknesses though, because they tend also to spread their energies thinly - maybe working really well when there are deadlines approaching but then they don’t follow up or just get distracted by something more interesting than what was originally planned beforehand and forget about it (or at least ignore the details). In fact Sagittarius can be a bit too optimistic sometimes: They always see themselves as very positive, not considering how their plans are going to fail.

Sagittarius has a positive attitude. They're always happy, optimistic and upbeat people; they don’t dwell on their failures or misfortunes like Capricorns do but rather try to find ways around them (this is why you see Sags with the most success). When life throws lemons at these fun loving personalities who are quick witted enough.

What are some common weaknesses of Sagittarius personalities?

Weakness in my opinion is their tendency to over-indulge themselves, they tend towards materialism and greed. They have an innate desire for power that can manifest as a personality trait called megalomania or narcissist/psychopathy (the latter being more common).

Sagittarius are ruled by Jupiter but also Saturn so this is why they tend towards materialism and greed. This combination of traits creates what I call the "gold-digging" personality type because Sagittarius people need to be financially successful in order for them to have a positive self image or identity - if their financial success comes from an unsavory source like being married into wealth it is less satisfying than creating one's own fortune.

The other common trait of the Sagittarius personality type that I mentioned above (but didn’t elaborate on) are psychopathy and megalomania - this refers to their tendency towards ruthlessness, amorality/immorality or criminality.

The “gold-digging” personalty is actually a cover for the darker side of Sagittarius people which is why some researchers have found them more commonly in the corporate world than other fields like politics because they are not interested so much as being famous (Sagittarius) but rich and powerful.

How can Sagittarius personalities overcome their weaknesses?

How can Sagittarius personality types realize and conquer the challenging characteristics of this sign so that they do not fall into negativity?

It's a very good question to ask yourself..and if possible with help from someone who understand the characteristics better than others...

Sagittarius personalities are creative and inspirational beings but they also have challenges due to their unstable nature. The key is for them not to get overwhelmed by these difficulties, as it can lead into despair which is very bad for healthy minded people like Sagittarius.

To overcome challenging characteristics just be yourself, find what makes u happy (that is why we are here isn´t it)and never ever give up in life!

Sagittarius people have to learn how to control their emotions when they get angry and take things too personally but at the same time not become a doormat for everyone else. If you allow yourself to feel hurt by comments others make then they will definitely keep on making them, since it´s an unconscious pattern of behavior for most people - that is why we have so much problems in relationships and communication with each other!

Sagittarius personalities have to become more aware about their weaknesses: they need to learn how not take things too personally, since a lot of comments people make are usually based on unconscious patterns and we just can´t control that unless we change ourselves first...of course..and then it will be easier for others around us as well.

How does Sagittarius personality behave in love and friendship?

Sagitarians are very dynamic creatures who can never sit still for too long. They always have something to do, whether it is physical or mental activity. This means that they must be kept busy at all times with tasks related to their chosen occupation – if not then the Sagittarian will become dissatisfied and restless until finally taking off on an adventure abroad in search of new things!

It would take a very patient person indeed, who can keep up with such demanding behaviour. For this reason most Sagittarians are single at some stage during their lives as it is just too much hard work maintaining relations for them to cope (unless they have an extremely strong emotional bond). They do not like the idea of compromising in any way and will refuse to be forced into something or someone that does not suit.

Thus when a Sagittarian finally meets their soul mate, it is usually love at first sight – this initial attraction often leading them into marriage! But they must also make sure that there are no hidden secrets lurking in the past as otherwise trust will be broken and all relationships would come to an end. It takes a lot of time for Sagittarians even to develop friendship, but once made it can last a lifetime – especially if the relationship is on equal terms!

How do Sagittarius personalities behave in conflicts within a relationship?

How do Sagittarius personalities behave in conflicts within a relationship?

Sagittarians love to have fun! So, when it comes to conflict they are not big on arguing. Instead of fighting with each other Sagittarius people tend to take offense and walk out the door (without saying anything). This is how you know that there was already some kind of misunderstanding before your little argument started…

Sagittarians love life! So, when it comes to conflict they are not big on arguing. Instead of fighting with each other Sagittarius people tend to take offense and walk out the door (without saying anything). This is how you know that there was already some kind of misunderstanding before your little argument started…

It’s also common for them to avoid a conflict if they see it coming because – again- life is too short! So, Sagittarians tend not to fight at all. Instead they leave the relationship/marriage and look after their own happiness without any worries about what this might do with your partner…

If you are dating an archer personality then be sure that it’s going to end up somewhere bad! If both of you try hard enough, though – maybe not so badly. Otherwise they can always move on (they love moving around) and find someone else who is willing to tolerate their temperamental nature…

Their partner needs to understand them completely in order for this relationship/marriage work but it’s also the Sagittarians themselves that need some understanding! They don’t like people getting too close because they tend not only see you as a personality type, rather than an individual. So if your lover is overly emotional about something then he or she should know how to communicate this emotion without losing it all…

You can never make them happy by trying hard enough! Sagittarians are born free spirits that love their freedom like no one else in the zodiac so don’t try and keep a relationship with an archer under control – you just won't be able to do this. Instead, find your own happiness apart from any kind of drama…

It is only by chance if they get together for good! Because most Sagittarians are either not ready or cannot commit themselves fully into something meaningful it usually takes a while before one ends up with his/her other half in love and wants to settle down.

What are some common traits of Sagittarius personalities in friendships?

Sagittarians have strong points and their weaknesses too but they are more focused on strength than anything else. They can be very generous with friends when it comes to helping them out, although this might not come across as much if the person is a shy type who does nothing in front of others except for work. If someone needs help then sagittarians will try their best and they usually do so without any recognition or rewards from people around you but still they won't ever stop trying unless there are no signs at all that indicate whether it is a success (in case the other person has been helped).

They can be very fun to spend time with because like mentioned before, Sagittarians try their best when helping others and usually don’t let anyone down. They also make sure not to go overboard if there are no signs that indicate whether it is a success or failure (in case the other person has been helped).

Sometimes they can be very sarcastic with friends, but only around them because you cannot take your joke too far and get offended especially in front of others. They usually keep their humor limited to themselves without letting any signs that indicate whether it is a success or failure (in case the other person has been helped).

They are also very self-reflective people when they reflect on how things went down, but only for themself since no one else would be interested in what you did. They will usually keep to themselves unless their friends want something done and then Sagittarians try hard with little recognition or rewards from others around the person who wanted help (in case he/she has been helped).

Sagittarius personalities are also very good at remembering details about a person's life events like what kind of car they owned years ago, their past jobs and other stuff that people usually forget when it comes to themselves. Sometimes Sagittarians can be too self-reflective as we mentioned above but not only for themself since no one else would even care if you wanted something done (in case he/she has been helped).

Sagittarii are also good at getting what they want in the realms of friendship and will do anything to get their way.

What are some tips for dating Sagittarius?

Sagitarius's like to have a good time, so you just gotta give them that. They love being outdoors and they don't need much of your attention or affection either! Just remember this isn't someone who will be around all the time.

Sagitraruis are always thinking about things outside their lives but don't forget to make it seem like thats what you want too, if u try an get her away from everyone and everything she'll see that as your way of trying getting closer.

Sagittarius people just love being with others who they feel good vibes around them or can have fun conversations without feeling bored by it all!

You should be spontaneous, funny ,caring but also a little mysterious because no one likes someone to know everything about you.

Sagittarius is just like every other star-sign, with individuals who are different from one another. Some may be more easy going and carefree while others could very much so not have this characteristic - all of them can do it at their own will; they're mutable after all! But I find most people to think that Sagittarius is just a super laid back goofy kinda guy/gal... In reality, there are those who take things more seriously and others would be like "nah!"

The best thing you can do if you want someone of this sign in particular? Be yourself! This zodiac's most valuable asset IS being themselves - so don't try to pretend otherwise. You will see through the veil rather quickly, trust me. Some Sagittariuses are quite shy (as with any other star-sign) but others love attention and need it a lot!

Sagittairies like to have their space so if he or she is in your presence don't be too forward about wanting intimacy. They are notorious for being extremely independent, adventurous and playful with a very optimistic attitude toward life!