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Virgo Sun Aries Moon Combinations


Virgo Sun Aries Moon (for ladies)

"Her Illumination: Obtains her goals.

Her dark side: Rigid.

Here is a demanding position of the Sun and Moon--this woman will stop at nothing to succeed. She'll help you with your goals unless, of course, yours and hers should ever collide. In that case she can be totally shameless in her trampling over you and stomping your heart into the ground, to say nothing of your career goals. She lays ground work for her awards and public recognition even in the area of charity work. She does nothing without the thought of personal gain. She'll blow her own trumpet, or better yet, manipulate you into doing it for her. You won't catch on until it's too late, because she spends a great deal of time leaning on you for help--help with her personal life. It's midnight and she can't sleep as usual, could you listen to her problems again? What would she ever do without you? She'll survive, trust me. She can be the most manic, hyperactive person you will ever meet when she is on a roll, and then she can fall into a slump and barely figure out how she'll survive another day. When she's younger this is touching and nearly always considered a source for real concern. People tend to drop everything to come to her aid. ("Would a raise help, or a promotion?") But as she ages her antics leave one a little weary--she overstays her welcome in the sympathy department. She's critical and exacting. When she first meets you and offers to fry you the best chicken this side of Dixie, you can't imagine there's ice in her veins. I wouldn't want this woman as a coworker or a boss; you may be able to handle it if you're thick skinned, however. As a mother, if you were jailed she'd bake you a cake with a file in it. She has, as you may have guessed, quite a time finding Mr. Right. Her life will bring many involvements, but she marries later in life. She's bright, she's a good conversationalist, a hard worker and a money maker. I don't know, maybe it beats dining alone. She needs another Virgo or an Aries, a forceful Scorpio with a Leo Moon, or a Capricorn with a whip."

(Taken from The Book of Lovers By Carolyn Reynolds.)

Famous person with this combination: Salma Hayek.

Virgo Sun Aries Moon (for guys)

"His Illumination: Strong sense of loyalty.

His dark side: Excessive need for approval.

Virgo lacks originality and Aries lacks attention to detail. This combination blends these deficiencies. Both signs tend to be combative and super critical, selfish and cold. You will not have to wonder for long why he has few coworker friends. He will not be the most popular man you have ever been with. He will pick you apart and notify you of every shortcoming that is in your character, even suspected ones. For those of you who can handle all that, you will get a rare kind of devotion. It won't be the gushy, romantic, head over heels kind of love. It will be a cold, analytical Mr. Spock kind of loyalty. He will take much more than he will give. Yet, in his complexity, he will defend you to the death, if he feels anyone has been unjust with you (except him.) He will be the ultimate egomaniac with everyone, but not in a way that demands attention. It will be instead an odd sort of way. He takes everything personally. He can stand anything except the thought that someone doesn't like him or approve of him. His need for approval is second to none. He has a hair trigger temper, and is often moody and uncommunicative. He is intelligent, conscientious, ambitious, energetic and witty. As a husband and father he is quarrelsome. He wants an honest and decent (squeaky clean) relationship. He wants this relationship with a daring, fiery and independent sort of girl. His sexuality is meticulous and deliberate. Oftentimes Virgos are unusually kinky. Maybe yours will have a spark of originality and put some life into the relationship. You'll need it somewhere, God knows. Best bets for happiness are a Leo with lots of Virgo planets, an Aries, Virgo and even a Gemini. You sensitive signs better move out fast."

(Taken from The Book of Lovers by Carolyn Reynolds.)

Famous person with this combination: Jeremy Irons.


M on October 23, 2020:

Whats hilariously funny is, all the commenters are exhibiting every trait the article said about them lmao

Heyyo on October 22, 2020:

Hi I’m a Aries moon and Virgo sun sign and I gotta say I’m a pretty cool dude thank you very much

Shanice on August 09, 2019:

I’m a special education Teacher. I have no desire to trample over anyone. lol My sister is also this combination. & she has no desire either. We are both peacemakers in all aspects - family, money, career, education. I was reading another combo & it was pretty negative & inaccurate as well. lol I AM brash, & so is my sister. We are also impatient, but this was a miss. lol

This “human” on July 13, 2019:

I have a Virgo sun and an Aries moon. However, I take mostly from Virgo. I feel as though this article is inaccurate, at least for me. I get only little parts from Aries, such as my ambition and temper. I am very critical, as stated, but rather than make people feel miserable, I present my comments in a manor that shows, quite obviously, “I’m just trying to help you.” People know that, while I can be critical, I keep the vast majority of my comments to myself. My very real though, is something everyone has to suffer through.

But, naturally, I will be different, as my main friend group consists of me, an obvious Virgo, an Aries, and a Scorpio.

It’s pretty great.

deviance wolfé on November 09, 2017:

I've a Taurus sun, Capricorn moon. Currently in my twenties. My mother has this combination of Virgo Sun, Aries Moon.

I always adored her. I used to be a mama's girl. But as I grew older and observed her more caregully I realised that she had always used me in her power struggle against dad. My dad has an Aries sun, Sagittarius moon. So yes he is an innocent free spirit. I realised that she always cleverly made me misunderstand dad. I finally stopped hating dad around 16 years of age.

I believe from having observed mom that virgo sun aries moon are egomaniacal and always hurt others BUT never apologise. She is the reason why I have difficulty trusting people now.

Any how I'm neutral towards her now. She is my mother after all EVEN IF she used my feelings.

Aqua Sun/Scorpio Moon on October 15, 2017:

I just stopped seeing a guy with this astrological combination. He was intelligent, witty and a great conversationalist, which sparked my interest. He seemed kind and caring at the beginning of our relationship and was very romantic and attentive. He has a Gemini rising which may have accounted for some of the initial impression I got.

About four months into the relationship I began to see exactly the things you describe in this article: the need for constant approval and compliments, the argumentative nature and quick temper, the overactive sense of pride which caused him to take offense at innocuous things that he misinterpreted as personal affronts to his pride.

He would blow up in an instant and launch into a sarcastic, disrespectful tirade and would be unable to calm down. He was like this with others too. He had an argument at work and kicked a chair into a coworker in a fit of temper.

It's so sad, because he had so many qualities I liked and admired. I was starting to fall for the guy until this side of him started to come out. But I wouldn't be happy in a relationship where we can't discuss things we are unhappy with in a calm reasonable manner. Also, I have a lot of friends and family relationships that I value and I can't have a man who goes off on them and hurls insults.

So from my experience, this description of men with Virgo sun and Aries moon rings true.

Melin on January 17, 2017:

Aries moon virgo sun here, incredibly innaccurate

hess1 on January 02, 2015:

Not only very negative, but completely inaccurate. The guy had a prejudice against these two signs in these positions.

tt? on April 02, 2014:

No virgo aqua moon?

yellowresonant on May 13, 2013:

Well, that was scathing. Was this a purely negative aspects article?

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