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All about Leo zodiac sign: personality traits, sign dates and more

Get to the heart of the zodiac’s first and only fixed fire sign, Leo.

Leo is a fixed fire sign, whose dates fall between July 21 and Aug. 22 of most calendar years. The zodiac sign is depicted by the Lion glyph, is ruled by the Sun, and is ruler of the astrological 5th House of love affairs, play, and creativity. 

When you feast your eyes on the exuberant Lion, you see the real thing. Being real and authentic is a requirement for this fabulous fire sign, as Lions cannot and will not tolerate flakes, phonies, or falsehoods. Sincerity, even if it is masked by arrogance, is one of Leo’s best traits. Leos are also, at their core, generous and kind, and will do just about anything for someone in great need. Sure, Lions can get a little overzealous, overbearing, and overly concerned with themselves, but people are quick to forgive the Lion because they are so likable, and irresistibly charming (even if the charm is hard to swallow at times)…”

This is a taster of Leo: the Headliner, a 30-page ebook on the Sun-ruled fixed fire sign. It’s one of 12 chapters in my astrology book, The Zodiac Abstract.

Leo: The Headliner is a lively and enlightening exploration of the fixed fire sign.

Within this book are 30 pages of enlightening and invaluable astrology information about Leo’s element, modality, House and planetary associations, and more, written in a lucid, humorous, and undoubtedly Cosmic Cannibal way.

Leo: The Headliner is broken up into four sections. In the first section I describe the physical characteristics and aesthetic preferences and themes of the fixed fire sign.

Following that is THE GUTS, where I define how Leo reasons, feels, and conducts themselves, as well as what their character strengths are, and also what diversions and occupations they are drawn to.

Next, in THE GLYPH, I explain the meaning of the Lion glyph and Sun rulership by way of myths, constellations, and other fun seemingly unrelated material.

The third and final section, THE GRIEF, is written as a guidebook for spotting and solving the most common, yet commonly overlooked Leo behavioral predicaments.

Click here to get your copy of Leo: The Headliner and to check out the other awesome chapters from The Zodiac Abstract.