占星術 astrology of Japan… A place for the creative

Now some of you may be thinking how does astrology and Japan go together besides the horoscope section in magazines (by the way those are a waste of time, to get an actual answer of what’s happening find an astrologer to give you an accurate reading). Every country has a ruler of one of the 12 zodiac signs and so does each city. Japan happens to be ruled by Libra, the sign of the scales. This is why it seems to be such a creative country. Also Libra is the sign of balance and harmony, if you notice this is country with both old and new. Say Kyoto old tradition and on the other side modern Tokyo. They are each one side of the Libra scales. Japan is also based on respect, which is also Libra. The traditional sign of Libra would never speak out of place and would go along like everything is ok, even of its not.

Now Tokyo is ruled by the sign of Cancer. Cancer is the sign of home which makes sense since Tokyo is Japan’s modern capital. Plus this busy, bustling city is home for a good portion of Japan’s population. Cancer is also an imaginative sign… so that’s how they think of all the unusual and useful things!

So the combo of living in Tokyo, Japan would be the perfect place for the creative. Maybe that’s why I love Japan so much, I’m Cancer sun with a Libra moon. (by the way everyone has more then just a sun sign, there’s the moon and all the planets, time of birth, asteroids, etc.)

Note- I got the info about the ruler of Japan and Tokyo form typing in google ‘astrology rulers of countries and cities’ or something like that. If you want to look up another country type that in google and some sites should pop up with a list. I interpreted the signs myself, that the website doesn’t tell you. If you have a question about a sign just leave me a comment. I’d be happy to answer!

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