VIRGO: The Utility

Virgo wants everything right the first time, every time. This mutable earth sign utilizes its resources efficiently, and holds everything and everyone to high standards.

“So as an astrologer, it is my duty to try and honor these desires and drives for dear, on-the-dot Virgo (represented astrologically by the Virgin). Delving into the carefully preserved conglomeration of conductivity that is Virgo can be daunting, as there are many fine points of which to be aware. So, I will borrow a bit of the sign’s discerning cognizance to check off all of their character traits. The discrimination of Virgo is astounding. With a razor sharp mind, they slice through detailed information and environmental data effortlessly. These people are clear thinkers, unconcerned with anything accept the immediate reality of the moment. Their intelligence is both erudite and polished, and they are great with research. Virgins perceive their outer world through the awareness of their senses…”

This is a mere slice of the 30-page ebook, Virgo: The Utility, which is part of my 12-volume astrology book, The Zodiac Abstract, that describes all the qualities (both good and bad) of the signs. But this is more than just a Sun sign description. In this ebook, you’ll find invaluable information pertaining to how Virgo looks, dresses, thinks, acts, and what motivates them. I also explore the mutable earth sign’s glyph, myths, bad habits, how its planetary ruler, Mercury, and its ruling 6th House influences natives of astrology’s mutable earth sign.

Broken up into three main sections — GUTS, GLYPH, GRIEF — I unpack everything there is to know about Virgo (excluded are all those silly generalizations about Virgo being an anxious worry wart).

Click the link below to purchase Virgo: The Utility where I tell you all of the good and bad aspects of the mutable earth sign, and what it all means. Then send an email with your email to and I will send you your copy.

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