WESTERN ZODIAC SIGN OF
SAGITTARIUS

Those born under the Western Zodiac sign of Sagittarius are either lucky because they are optimistic or optimistic because they are lucky. Either way Sagittarius is a sign that attracts good fortune by believing in abundance. The sign of the “archer” or “hunter” in the Western Zodiac, Sagittarius represents a free spirit who is full of life and ideas. Members of this sign like to be independent. They like to go where they please when they please and are always on the lookout for a new adventure.

Sagittariuses are rarely interested in the drama of other people to the point where some think of them as unemotional or cold. However, Sagittarius is one of the most big hearted and generous signs there is, and most want to make the world a better place.





Like Aries, Sagittarius is easily bored by routine and likes to work on their own time frames. They have unique philosophies about life and are generally more interested in exploring the world around them than exploring their own emotions. Those born under the sign of Sagittarius are often intellectually and spiritually advanced. They rarely overthink situations. If anything they look before they leap a little too often, though their natural good luck and positive attitude tend to keep them from getting into too much trouble.

There are 12 different kinds of Sagittarius in Primal Astrology, one for each of the 12 signs of the Chinese Zodiac. These signs each influence the subconscious thoughts and actions of Sagittarius in different ways. Below is a list of the 12 different kinds of Sagittariuses. If you don’t know your Chinese Zodiac sign, you can find your Primal Zodiac sign, which contains both Western and Eastern signs, by using this chart




Sagittarius born during the Year of the Dog...

Sagittariuses born during the Chinese Zodiac’s Year of the Dog are represented in Primal Astrology by the Golden Retriever. More loyal and sincere than other Sagittariuses, they can also be anxious and defensive. The Dog enhances the restlessness, idealism, and intelligence of Sagittarius, but it also brings with it an emotional instability that is largely foreign to other Sagittariuses. You can read more about the Primal Zodiac sign of Golden Retriever by clicking here.


Sagittarius born during the Year of the Dragon...

Sagittariuses born during the Chinese Zodiac’s Year of the Dragon are represented in Primal Astrology by the Whale. One of the luckiest signs in the Primal Zodiac, Whales are more temperamental and impetuous than other Sagittariuses, but they are also more aggressive and inflexible. The Dragon brings with it leadership, nobility, and authority, but Dragon can also be a stubborn perfectionist who is too proud for its own good. You can read more about the Primal Zodiac sign of Whale by clicking here.


Sagittarius born during the Year of the Horse...

Sagittariuses born during the Chinese Zodiac’s Year of the Horse are represented in Primal Astrology by the Dove. Doves are honest, friendly, and open minded. Both Sagittarius and the Horse love being on the move and are always ready to move onto new adventures. This is a spontaneous sign that works hard to get what it wants but is often distracted by the next great thing to come along. You can read more about the Primal Zodiac sign of Dove by clicking here.


Sagittarius born during the Year of the Monkey...

Sagittariuses born during the Chinese Zodiac’s Year of the Monkey are represented in Primal Astrology by the Roadrunner. Of all Primal Zodiac signs, Roadrunners are the most likely to chase after the proverbial “end of the rainbow”. The Monkey does little to quench Sagittarius’s thirst for new experiences, though Monkey does add a wit and cleverness that can come in quite handy in social situations. You can read more about the Primal Zodiac sign of Roadrunner by clicking here.


Sagittarius born during the Year of the Ox...

Sagittariuses born during the Chinese Zodiac’s Year of the Ox are represented in Primal Astrology by the Raccoon. Raccoons are more likely than other Sagittariuses to stick with an idea until it sees fruition. They are stubborn individuals with a strong work ethic. The Ox keeps Sagittarius’s wild side in check while Sagittarius keeps Ox’s life filled with energy and experiences. You can read more about the Primal Zodiac sign of Raccoon by clicking here.


Sagittarius born during the Year of the Pig...

Sagittariuses born during the Chinese Zodiac’s Year of the Pig are represented in Primal Astrology by the Camel. Camels are more sociable and people pleasing than other Sagittariuses. They are also a bit more naive, which doesn’t help Sagittarius’s tendency to look before they leap. However, they add a warmth and sincerity that Sagittarius tends to lack on its own. You can read more about the Primal Zodiac sign of Camel by clicking here.




Sagittarius born during the Year of the Rabbit...

Sagittariuses born during the Chinese Zodiac’s Year of the Rabbit are represented in Primal Astrology by the Sugar Glider. Sugar Gliders are charming and energetic, well dressed and lucky in money matters. Both Rabbit and Sagittarius avoid making waves, but Rabbit tends to be better in calm social situations and forces Sagittarius to look before it leaps. You can read more about the Primal Zodiac sign of Sugar Glider by clicking here.


Sagittarius born during the Year of the Rat...

Sagittariuses born during the Chinese Zodiac’s Year of the Rat are represented in Primal Astrology by the Skunk. Skunks are thick skinned and resilient individuals who never give up when they see something they want. The Rat brings a survivalist attitude to the free wheeling Sagittarius, but also a wit and charm that helps Skunks get what they want. You can read more about the Primal Zodiac sign of Skunk by clicking here.


Sagittarius born during the Year of the Rooster...

Sagittariuses born during the Chinese Zodiac’s Year of the Rooster are represented in Primal Astrology by the Swordfish. Swordfish have bigger personalities than most other Sagittariuses, though both signs enjoy a dauntless optimism and a straightforward if not blunt conversation style. Swordfish enjoy attention more than most other Sagittariuses and are also more organized. You can read more about the Primal Zodiac sign of Cheetah by clicking here.


Sagittarius born during the Year of the Sheep...

Sagittariuses born during the Chinese Zodiac’s Year of the Sheep are represented in Primal Astrology by the Tortoise. Tortoises are more peaceful and intelligent than most other Sagittariuses.They have a creative approach to life and enjoy putting their time and energy into projects that interest them. Still, these Sagittariuses need to go out and about regularly and engage with the world around them. You can read more about the Primal Zodiac sign of Tortoise by clicking here.


Sagittarius born during the Year of the Snake...

Sagittariuses born during the Chinese Zodiac’s Year of the Snake are represented in Primal Astrology by the Tarantula. The Snake brings charm, instinct, and grace to Sagittarius while also mitigating some of the risks that Sagittarius is bound to take. Tarantulas are more likely than other Sagittariuses to be elegant, seductive, and funny, but they are also among the most private. You can read more about the Primal Zodiac sign of Tarantula by clicking here.


Sagittarius born during the Year of the Tiger...

Sagittariuses born during the Chinese Zodiac’s Year of the Tiger are represented in Primal Astrology by the Mongoose. The Tiger adds a rebelliousness to the free-spirited Sagittarius as well as a moodiness that is largely foreign to this Western Zodiac sign. While Sagittarius is interested in exploring the world around them, Tiger is internalizing the experiences and trying to figure out what it all really means. You can read more about the Primal Zodiac sign of Mongoose by clicking here.