Leo + Capricorn

You couldn’t find two characters more diametrically opposed than Leo and Capricorn. At the most fundamental level, your two star signs are completely different.

The fire of Leo and the earth of Capricorn do not blend well. You are warm, zesty, and bubbling over with the desire to communicate with the people around you. This is completely at odds with the more sober and realistic Capricorn.

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Your sunny and bright solar vibrations make them uncomfortable. Capricorn could feel quite awkward around your brilliant and attention seeking nature — in fact, the more Capricorn hangs out with you, the less self-assured they feel.

Try to be sensitive to Capricorn’s plight; do your best to lighten their load and help them take things a little less seriously. Their seriousness is in their nature, so it won’t be easy to change it.

Fire + Earth = Lava

The Sun, your ruler, is outward-oriented; Saturn, Capricorn’s ruler, is the opposite. Capricorn is introverted and solitary, and prefers to work behind the scenes, whereas you actively seek recognition and attention. These contrasting energies can work together, but only if you meet each other halfway.

Unfortunately, the place where these intrinsic differences are most obvious is the bedroom.
Perhaps the best Capricorns for you are those born between 2 January and 10 January — they give you more positive sensual responses. Although most Capricorns tend to be conservative in this area, once you get to know these ones you’ll uncover a range of emotions you would never have anticipated.

Capricorns born between 22 December and 1 January are too aloof and cool for you. This group will have all the typical Capricorn traits: they are likely to be cautious, security conscious, unspontaneous, and they don’t like talking about their feelings. You’ll have your work cut out with them.

You could have a good intellectual and friendship connection with those born between 11 January and 20 January. As well as this, you might be able to put your heads together and come up with some new work practices and financial plans that will turn out well.

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