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Qualities and Traits: Harmony, truth, justice, order, discipline, practicality, the material world, dedication.
Interpretation: Steady, Stable, Solid, Hard-working, Dependable.
The basis of all solid objects is the number 4. Four points can be used to construct a solid and therefore it is seen as a symbol for the way in which things are constructed. Many religions throughout the world see 4 as the number of the Earth, representing the four elements of Earth, Air, Fire and Water.
Character traits: Steady and reliable. Practical and sensible, calm. Good at managing and saving money. Courageous and honest and ethical in all that they do. Responsible reliable and extremely dependable.
Negative tendencies: Slow, plodding. Over cautious, too conservative. Suspicious of innovation and strangers. Quick and violent temper.
Qualities signified by Ketu: passionate, impulsive, hard to contain, wild, intelligent, tricky, illusionary, fake, smoky.
Externally: Rahu signifies people from outside the community, people who are not part of the ordinary social structures, eccentrics, people who are unpredictable and untraceable.
Internally: Rahu represents desires, and the tendency to identify oneself with external objects. It represents impulsive thoughts and behaviour, and the ability to passionately pursue goals in the most crafty ways.
Physically: Rahu would co-signify the same parts as Saturn.
Reasoning, logical and exact. Pedantic.
Qualities and Traits: Perfectionists, creative, discriminating.
Practical and efficient at what they do, Virgo's may live for their work. They have a strong sense of duty and responsibility that make them well fitted for management positions, yet they may be severe when judging others. They may need to work on tolerance. They may be unforgiving to themselves if a personal failure occurs and this must be guarded against too. They are quite serious and their lack of humor could lead them to a life of isolation.
Positive tendencies: Practical, logical, efficient.
Negative tendencies: Fussy, worry-wart, overcritical, conservative.