Capricorn is the most conservative, authoritative, disciplined and hard working sign from Zodiac. The time has a real value for Capricorn. For this reason, most of the time Capricorn is punctual. Also, people in this sign may organize very well their activities, knowing in advance their agenda. They are initiators, and they need to have strategies. In the same time, they can persevere using their plans, ambition, showing resistance. However, Capricorn seems to have a practical involvement at work, expecting to receive the best results after the hard work made. They have a receptive attitude, but mature enough to understand that the good things come after a hard work. For this reason, Capricorn has disciplinarian roles, which allows for the cultivation of inner as well as outer authority. They tend to be conservative in their approach to life in general. Nevertheless, Capricorn perceives the world through a material angle. Very often Capricorn needs respect and recognition from others, however it can only be earned through merit.
Compatibility: Capricorn seems to have a good compatibility with Aquarius, because both of them have something in common as they both work under the same “boss” Saturn. Despite this, thdy may not feel compatible with Cancer, because Cancer seems to have different life approach. However, Capricorn seems to have two best friends in Taurus and Virgo. All three see the life from a practical angle. Nevertheless, Capricorn seems to have a good relationship with Aries, Cancer and Libra. Their role in life is to initiate things, and to become the initiators. Also, they could have many interesting discussions about business, how to start things, how to nurture, invest and cooperate with others.
Famous people with Sun in Capricorn Horatio Alger, Benedict Arnold, Joan Baez, Clara Barton, Bernadette of Lourdes, Jeff Bezos, Orlando Bloom, David Bowie, Jimmy Buffett, Carlos Castaneda, Katie Couric, Ted Cruz, Millard Fillmore, George Foreman, Benjamin Franklin, Alexander Hamilton, Howard Hughes, Kidd Rock, Robert E. Lee, Kate Middleton, Sir Isaac Newton, Richard Nixon Dolly Parton, Edgar Allen Poe