Zodiac Sign Taurus

Taurus loves possessions
Taurus (21st April- 21st May) | photo: © -Marcus- - Fotolia.com

Taurus (sign: ) loves possessions, but on the contrary to the both zodiac signs Virgo and Capricorn, Taurus uses his possessions because he is a bon-vivant. Taurus is productive, creative, practical and thorough - he is a maker that works precisely and practically, with exploratory urge by nature. Taurus is well-mannered, acts correctly, and so he is the perfect caretaker or trustee. Taurus character is energetic, and whatever he decides to do he will do everything to get it by stamina and tenacity. He places a premium upon his discreet and unintrusive appearance.

Birthday: 21st April- 21st May

Predominating planet: Venus
Gender: Female
Element: Earth
Temperament: Phlegmatic
Type: close to nature and material.
Physical equivalence: neck, lymphatic system and skin.

Taurus enjoys talking, and he is convivial as well. On the one hand frugal – he never loses an opportunity to celebrate a frolicsome party. But this zodiac sign presents his vagarious side similarly, and he depends on his various moods. In general he is patient – but finally, if he is on edge for too long he could explode and bristle with anger. Beefing and criticizing are other modifications of his personality. He is reliable - and like mortal injured animal he tries with strong efforts to keep standing on his feet. He wants, to be honest and faithful – good coevals in all respects. When there is much work to do he tackles a project, and in the end, he is proud to complete the plan. In conclusion, it could be said he is vivid, diligent, duteous, supporting, humorous and convivial.   

Positive qualities of Taurus are:

Realistic, businesslike, practical, diligent, tenacious, vivid, tough and likable.

Negative aspects are:

Material, rigid, determined, dogmatic, phlegmatic, craving for recognition, easygoing and thriftless.

Famous Taurus:

William Shakespeare, Immanuel Kant, Audrey Hepburn, Axel Springer, Sigmund Freud, Adolf Hitler, Golda Meir, Gary Cooper, Alfred Krupp, Jean Gabin, Fred Astaire, Fernandel, Max Frisch, Orson Welles, Ruth Leuwerik

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