Sagittarius and Sagittarius Compatibility in Love by Kelli Fox, The Astrologer

Sagittarius and Sagittarius Compatibility in Love by Kelli Fox, The Astrologer


Two Sagittarians together in love. This pairing always makes me think of that
movie Lost in Translation. Such a good, strange movie. Bill Murray and Scarlett Johansson play this
very unlikely duo who get together in Japan. Bill Murray’s character is this aging movie
star who’s in Tokyo to film a whiskey commercial, which is perfect for Sag — this sign is
associated with travel and faraway places, and also with alcohol. And Scarlett’s character is a young student
— a recent college graduate — and Sagittarius is the sign of the lifelong learner, a student
of life, really. So her character, she’s traveled to Japan
with her photographer husband, but he’s left her alone in their hotel room, and she’s feeling
lonely and unsure about the future of her marriage… And Bill Murray’s character is married, too;
he’s been married for 25 years, and their relationship is just feeling…old, and worn
out. He’s going through some kind of mid-life crisis
— he needs to switch up his routine. Sagittarians can’t stand routine — they
need change and newness. They always need a fresh adventure. So these two characters, they’re both feeling
lonely and kind of unattached, even though they both actually are attached, to other
people. So they make a connection and have this brief,
strange sort of affair with each other. Now, this is very Sagittarian — Sag is known
as the bachelor sign of the Zodiac, meaning, of course, that this sign can have trouble
with commitment and monogamy. It’s not unusual for a Sagittarius to stray. Of course, if a Sag is paired up with a different
sign, or if the conditions are right in the relationship, this sign can stay committed
over the long term. But two Sags together, like Bill and Scarlett’s
characters in this movie — they would definitely have a hard time staying together for long. They make great friends, but their connection
is more about the experience — it’s an adventure and a learning experience for both of them. In the movie, they just have this brief romance,
this short-term affair that teaches each of them something about themselves, and then
they go their separate ways. Which is how many real-life pairings of two
Sagittarians end up going.

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