Nigella Lawson



Capricorn is symbolised by the mountain goat who climbs carefully and patiently from one rock to the next until she reaches the peak.


Capricorn is symbolised by the mountain goat who climbs carefully and patiently from one rock to the next until she reaches the peak. Capricorns are extremely good at social climbing, also known as social mountaineering. The best example of this is Kate Middleton, who vaulted from the middle class to royalty.


Capricorn people take the human race higher and further because they are extremely ambitious and will not settle for a mere job or an ordinary achievement. They are interested in climbing higher even if takes a lifetime and may extend the limits of their chosen field, profession or business.


Capricorn is ruled by Saturn, the planet which describes the systems and strategies we set up in order to protect ourselves from what we fear. Capricorn people all have rigid rituals or rote responses to life. The risk is, this also shuts life out. At the Saturn Return (around 30 and 60) Capricorn faces the issues.


To find out who you really are, and how comfortable you feel about being a Capricorn, look up the heavenly bodies in the Tenth House of your horoscope. Capricorn rules the Tenth House in astrology. Find out more about creating your chart in the Members’ Lounge on this website.


It’s all about your image, profile, look, shape, style, brand and advertising this century. Your packaging and advertising will give you power. Nigella Lawson, born on 6th January 1960, has used her Domestic Goddess persona to become powerful and stay that way, no matter what.


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