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Jhoon is a writer and artist who likes to study astrology and psychology. Astroligion.com was launched in 2016 with a focus on astrology but has since expanded to include the MBTI and other topics. This site has provided Jhoon a great incentive to research and learn more about many subjects of personal interest.

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Mars in the 3rd House – Impassioned Communicator

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MARS IN HOUSE THREE

Mars in the 3rd house confers a forceful and pugnacious style of communication and plenty of mental energy and forthright self-expression. In astrology, the planet Mars symbolizes energy, passion, aggression, and fighting spirit. When Mars occupies are transits the third house, it brings about more assertiveness in the area of communication and learning. The third house is ruled by Gemini and governs short trips, siblings, neighbors, and communication in general.

The 3rd house is energized by the empowering presence of Mars. The planetary energy of Mars serves to embolden the affairs and functions of the third house and stimulate more action and activity. Additionally, whichever astrology sign happens to reside in this house, Mars will strengthen and add an extra dose of chutzpah and bombasity in how it is Expressed. Here is a breakdown of Mars in the 3rd house in both the natal chart and as a Transit. Continue reading

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    12 Shades of ENTJ: MBTI & the Zodiac

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    ENTJ and Astrology Signs

    The ENTJ MBTI personality is a type that David Keirsey dubbed as the “Fieldmarshal”. These individuals are noted for their forceful and decisive pragmatism and skeptical nature and also the efficiency with which they coordinate and strategize. They form less than 2% of the population yet statistically earn the most money of all the 16 MBTI types. ENTJs tend to find themselves in positions of leadership and examples of such ENTJ leaders include General Douglas MacArthur and Dwight D. Eisenhower. However, not all ENTJs will ascend to such positions and many may not even be interested in the military. No two ENTJs are completely alike and so here is a look at how we’d expect the ENTJ personality to vary based on Zodiac sign.

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    12 Shades of ISFP: MBTI & the Zodiac

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    ISFP is referred to by David Keirsey as the “Tactical Composer”. ISFPs comprise about 10% of the population and are noted for their quiet warmth, individualism and the artful skill with which they manipulate objects and their environment. No two ISFP personalities are totally alike and so we wonder if astrology might have anything to do with it. Here is a look at how we’d expect the ISFP personality to vary according to zodiac sign. Continue reading

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    The Dark Side of the INFJ Personality

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    Each MBTI type features a positive and negative side of its expression. When it comes to the INFJ, this darker side can seem especially unsettling for loved ones accustomed to their gentle and compassionate nature. Here is a list of aspects about the INFJ dark side. Continue reading

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  • ESFJ Myers Briggs

    12 Shades of ESFJ: MBTI & the Zodiac

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    ESFJ and the Zodiac

    The ESFJ personality has been dubbed as the “Logistical Provider” by David Keirsey in his book “Please Understand Me II”. As such, the ESFJ personality is noted for their desire to nurture and make provisions for the people around them. They work to make people feel welcome and valued and strive to create a harmonious and comfortable environment within which people can thrive and feel safe. Cultivating team cohesion is their strength although sometimes their efforts can backfire. Like all MBTI personalities, there is a lot of variation among those who share this type. No two ESFJs are completely alike and it could be that zodiac sign might contribute to some of the nuances between them. Here is an assessment of how each ESFJ may differ based on astrology sign. Continue reading

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    12 Shades of ESTJ: MBTI & the Zodiac

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    ESTJ and the Zodiac

    The ESTJ has been dubbed the “logistical supervisor” by David Keirsey and as such, the ESTJ is typified by their executive prowess and ability to organize and manage systems and groups on an impersonal and factual basis. However, much like the rest of the MBTI types, if you were to take a handful of ESTJs from the population you would no doubt find that there is a considerable amount of variation amongst them. The MBTI doesn’t account for all aspects of personality and even the degree to which you qualify as a given MBTI type will vary compared with others sharing the same type. Might astrology contribute to this? Who knows, but here is a speculative assessment of how each ESTJ may differ based on zodiac sign. Continue reading

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    12 Shades of ESFP: MBTI & the Zodiac

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    ESFP and the Zodiac

    The difference between astrology and the MBTI is that where astrology prescribes your personality traits, the Myers-Briggs defines your personality type by your self-reported preferences. Many people feel they do, more or less, identify with their zodiac sign, but if they don’t, astrologers can almost always find a convenient rationalization for ‘why’ by examining the natal chart. You are more likely to categorically identify with your MBTI type since it is derived from actual characteristics of real people who share the same preferences as you. At any rate, here is an assessment of how the ESFP personality may vary by zodiac sign. Continue reading

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    The Hypocrisy of Each MBTI Type

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    The hypocrisy of each Myers Briggs Type:

    INFJ: Whines about the difficulties of extreme empathy. In reality, a bit smug while spending perhaps 10% of their time actually engaging people.

    INTJ: Projects aura of extreme depth and decisiveness. Secretly an obsessive fangirl/boy.

    ESTJ/ENTJ: “I get more shit done than anybody.” Actually: intimidates ISF types to do the majority of their grunt work.

    ENTP: Takes logical shortcuts to jump to conclusions without fact checking

    ENFJ: Almost always running a secret agenda

    ESFJ: See ENFJ.

    INTP: Can’t handle other people’s emotions because they’re secretly preoccupied with finding their own

    INFP: Extremely tolerant…until they aren’t anymore. Then, they’ll violate every value they have to make their point.

    ENFP: Constantly encouraging others to stretch, when they themselves have areas they stubbornly refuse to change

    ESFP/ISFP: pretty on the level, actually

    ESTP: Can dish it out but can’t take it well

    ISTP: Scoffing at everyone else’s superstitious biases while blind to their own

    ISTJ: What you see is what you get, pretty much.

    ISFJ: Expecting others to be reliable/predictable (while excusing their own occasional wild hair)

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    6 Great Paying Jobs For ISFPs

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    ISFPs are introverted sensors who prize their individuality and personal values. In a national sample, ISFPs reported that clear structure, loyalty/security, and independence and achievement as being the most important characteristics of their work environment. They prefer occupations where they can use their gentle service-related attentiveness to detail such as the Health Care industry, Business, and law enforcement. Here are 6 of the best-paying careers recommended for the ISFP personality type. Continue reading

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    6 High Paying Careers For ESTJs

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    The ESTJ is an extraverted sensor who is known for being methodical and efficient. According to a national sample, ESTJs reported a preference for clear structure, teamwork, variety of tasks, independence and achievement and loyalty/security as being their most important work characteristics. ESTJs rely on logic and facts and can often be found in positions of management, administration, and law enforcement. They are excellent organizers and system coordinators. Here are 6 of the most lucrative careers recommended for the ESTJ personality type. Continue reading

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    6 Best Paying Careers For ESFJs

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    The ESFJ person is an extraverted sensor who enjoys working with people. In a national sample, ESFJs reported a preference for clear structure, loyalty/security, variety of tasks, independence and achievement and teamwork as being the most important characteristics desired in the workplace.  ESFJs seek to be of service to others and are most often found in education, health care, and religious professions. ESFJs are conscientious, responsible, orderly and rule-abiding. Here are 6 high paying careers for the ESFJ personality type. Continue reading

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    12 Shades of ESTP: MBTI & the Zodiac

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    The ESTP personality is described as an extraverted thrill seeker who thrives on stimulating experiences. They are very aware of their surroundings and highly perceptive of the details and people in their environment. Moreover, they are keen observers of people’s body language and this allows them to read people well and use this knowledge to persuade and influence others. Still, no two ESTPs are completely alike, but could it be that astrology sign has anything to do with it? How might an Aries ESTP compare with a Capricorn ESTP? Here is an interpretation for how the ESTP personality might potentially be modified based on Zodiac sign. Continue reading

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    6 Best Paying Jobs For ISFJs

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    ISFJs are introverted sensors who enjoy being helpful and of service to others. In a national sample, ISFJs reported a preference for careers that offer clear structure, security/loyalty, independence and variety. They are willing to do things by the book and try to keep things simple and organized. ISFJs tend to be found in education professions, Health care and religious institutions. ISFJs are drawn to occupations where they can use their experience to help people from behind the scenes. ISFJs comprise roughly 13.8% of the total population. At 19.4% of the female population, ISFJ is the most common personality type among females. They constitute 8.1% of the male population. Here is a list of 6 of the highest earning professions recommended for the ISFJ personality. Continue reading

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    6 High-Earning ISTP Careers

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    ISTPs are introverted sensors who value autonomy, clear structure and variety of tasks from their work environment. ISTPs tend to be found in skilled trades and technical fields and also law enforcement and military professions. According to a national sample, ISTPs comprise about 5.4% of the total population. They make up 8.5% of the male population and 2.3% of the female population. ISTPs like to work with their hands and are known for their skill and craftsmanship. Here are 6 high paying careers that are recommended for the ISTP personality type.
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    Venus In The 2nd House – Connoisseur Of Beauty

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    VENUS IN HOUSE TWO

    Venus, the planet of love, harmony, music, art, and all things beautiful finds itself at home in the 2nd house. In astrology, the second house governs finances, movable objects and material possessions. Venus in the 2nd house imparts a heightened sensitivity and appreciation for beauty and quality. It suggests an element of materialism and a special fixation with the look and feel of everything. Because of this, people with Venus in their second house are inclined to be very discriminating judges of what is good and bad; beautiful and ugly. They are astute arbiters of shape and form and overall design and aesthetic value. It is likely that they can make good money utilizing their great eye for design and composition. Careers in fashion, graphic design and other visual Arts are areas where they can find success and prosperity. Continue reading

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