Virgo of the Sea

According to the Chinese zodiac, you are the “Ocean.”

In Western astrology, you are a Virgo.

You function best behind the scenes, but this doesn’t imply that your entire existence is hidden. In many ways, your life compares to the profession of voice acting. Voice actors and actresses don’t perform on a big stage themselves but are the heart and soul behind animated characters – the very reason the characters come to life. Today’s society admires voice actors, praising them for their unique talent. This concept is true of you. On top of that, you’re good at understanding people and deciphering the mood of a room.

However, you need to take your time. Carefully moving from one thing to the next is how you find satisfaction in your work. It’s also essential for you to create a rhythm with the people around you. So you approach life steadily, one step at a time.

If you’ve studied astrology, you know that Western astrology classifies you as a Virgo (or, to be more precise, your Sun sign is Virgo). The characteristics of a Virgo are meticulous, organized, intelligent, and hardworking. The Four Pillars of Destiny in Chinese astrology indicate that your sign is the Chinese character for “Ocean,” also known as the Chinese character “壬.” This sign suggests flexibility. Like the water of the ocean, you can adapt to any container or environment. The sign of Ocean also reveals that you are good at dealing with people and information and are sensitive to trends.

While Western astrology and the Four Pillars of Destiny are two different types of divination, they are alike in one way. The laws of the Eastern and Western worlds each determine the fate residing at the moment of your birth. Thus, you can interpret your destiny from both standpoints. Viewing these two interpretations side by side gives a more comprehensive view, showing how they complement each other to provide a three-dimensional understanding of astrology.

Your Virgo characteristics combined with your nature as Ocean describe you as a “Virgo of the Sea.”

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