“Astrology has not been kind to Cancer. The cardinal water sign has been subjected to an onslaught of unkind half-truths, most of which revolve around the idea that Cancer is a moody, overemotional, crybaby.
No wonder natives of the sign are always on the defensive. And when you live your life on the defensive, it can make you a mite irritable from time to time. Add to that the fact that Cancer is ruled by the Moon, an ever-changing luminary, you can begin to understand why the sensitive and emotional Cancer would feel a bit ganged up on by astrology. It’s unfair, really, when all Cancer wants is to feel safe, to be rooted to something, and solaced by the closeness of familiarity. Cancer would never admit to this, though. Instead, they put up a front – a defensive front.
Like the other water signs, Cancer is a master of the smokescreen. Rather than addressing things directly, they circumvent, side-step, and keep desires close to their chest. Yet despite this tendency to keep secrets, Cancer is usually much loved by the outside world. My Dad is a Cancer, and everyone who has never lived with him, loves him. He’s chatty and charming and chuckling. But that’s only when he’s in a good mood. The rest of the time, he’s as irritable as a hungry newborn. Or surly as a bear just woken out of hibernation. Sometimes he’s clingy and smothering; and other times he’s nitpicky and temperamental. Like the moon, his moods are ever-changing…”
This is a mere morsel of the 30-page ebook, Cancer: The Genesis, which is part of my 360-page astrology book, The Zodiac Abstract. What else is in Cancer: The Genesis? Information pertaining to every aspect of Cancer, from the way they look and think, to the way they act and interact with others. What’s more, I dive deep into the mythology of the cardinal water sign, including its planetary ruler (the Moon) and its native astrological 4th House.
Here’s a quick run-through of what you’ll encounter:
In the Introduction, I describe the physical characteristics and style preferences of Cancer. Following that is the GUTS section, where I describe every basic quality of the sign, howCancers think, speak, and act, and also what hobbies and occupations they are drawn to. Next I’ll explain the meaning of Cancer’s animal and planetary symbols by way of myths in the GLYPH section. Lastly, I expose the bad habits and negative expressions of the water sign’s aforementioned ‘good side’ and the damage it can cause in the GRIEF section.
Click here to purchase the 30-page Cancer ebook that swims in the Guts, Glyph, and Grief of the cardinal water sign.