Were You Born Between Signs? This is What it Means…

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Taurus-Gemini (5/17-5/23) – The Cusp of Energy

Earth meets Air for those born on the Taurus-Gemini Cusp, and it’s quite a dust storm of activity these individuals can kick up. If you were born between the signs of Taurus and Gemini, from about May 17 to May 23, you’re one of the most youthful and go-getting cuspers of ’em all.

Those born on the Taurus-Gemini Cusp have the bonus of being both physically strong and mentally agile, which makes them stable and driven, as well as clever and communicative.

Such traits give these cuspers the ability to adapt to many different situations and people, and to want to do it all — and to do it a lot.

In fact, burning the candle at both ends to the point of fatigue could become a problem for Taurus-Gemini because they’re having so much fun they don’t want to stop. Finding balance will be important to these individuals so they don’t wear themselves out.

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A few other areas to watch for are not overindulging in food and drink — Taurus and Gemini are both such pleasure-loving signs — and to try to be sensitive to the feelings of others.

If these highly charged cuspers can learn to sit back and listen from time to time instead of just charging and chatting ahead full force, they’ll be quite successful and have more friends to the end.

 

Gemini-Cancer (6/17-6/23) – The Cusp of Magic

If you were born on the Gemini-Cancer cusp, from about June 17 to June 23, you’re a magical individual! The energies of Gemini and Cancer combine to create truly inspirational human beings — both lighthearted and fun, but also caring and devoted.

Emotions can run high for those born on “The Cusp of Magic,” but with love and affection from plenty of friends and family, it’s likely most will lead an active, stimulating and happy life.

Learn more about the magical Gemini-Cancer cusp:

Name of Cusp: The Cusp of Magic

Date Range: June 17 to June 23

Strengths: Fun, flirty, curious, intellectual, affectionate, caring, devoted, sensitive and inspirational.

Weaknesses: Moody, overly emotional, scatterbrained, selfish, depressive and self-destructive.

How Gemini-Cancer energy works together: Gemini’s speedy and breezy energy combines with Cancer’s slower and more thoughtful nature to create people who are both light and bright. Gemini’s restlessness is nicely balanced by Cancer’s sensitivity, resulting in a well-rounded soul.

What they love: Great big books about history and philosophy, trying out new recipes, hosting dinner parties and playing with children (after all, they’re kids at heart, too).

What they need: Sensitive and affectionate Gemini-Cancer cuspers need someone to love! Without a special someone to nurture, they can become moody or depressed.

Advice: Thicken your skin! Avoid depressive or self-destructive impulses by learning to think  less about your own needs and more about others when the going gets tough.

Famous people born on the Gemini-Cancer cusp: Barry Manilow, Paul McCartney, Roger Ebert, Isabella Rossellini, Kathleen Turner, Paula Abdul, Nicole Kidman, Lionel Richie, John Goodman, Sartre, Juliette Lewis, Prince William, Meryl Streep, Cyndi Lauper and June Carter Cash.

 

Cancer-Leo (7/19-7/25) – The Cusp of Oscillation

If you were born on the Cancer-Leo cusp, from about July 19 to July 25, you have some challenges to face. When you combine the sensitive nature of Cancer and the expressive drama of Leo, it results in some contrary elements to your personality. Your life may be one of extreme ups and downs!

Cancer-Leo cuspers can be sensitive and shy one moment, and theatrical drama queens the next. This is because they’re born of a conflicting mix of water (Cancer) and fire (Leo), which will take discipline to mix successfully.

If you can learn to center yourself and find more balance, your life will be filled with lots of love and lasting relationships.

Learn more about the magical Gemini-Cancer cusp:

Name of Cusp: The Cusp of Oscillation

Date Range: July 19 to July 25

Strengths: Loving, devoted, expressive, creative, cheerful, passionate.

Weaknesses: Self-absorbed, insensitive, dramatic, dependent, volatile.

How Cancer and Leo energy work together: Cancer’s sensitivity doesn’t always mix well with Leo’s bold nature. These cuspers need to be careful of oscillating between extreme highs and lows, and of being either too sensitive or completely insensitive. If you can learn to let Cancer’s soft side tone down Leo’s outrageousness, you’ll find more balance and peace.

What they love: Pendulums. Just kidding! These cuspers are in love with love. Because they are so loving and devoted, they develop long lasting relationships and often have big families.

What they need: A purpose greater than themselves! Cancer-Leo cuspers need to find balance, and in order to do so they need to get outside of themselves. Helping others or devoting time to a worthy cause is a great way to find peace and focus on something other than themselves.

Advice: Try to find a comfortable middle ground between the two extremes of your personality. Try activities like yoga or volunteer work to keep you connected to others so you don’t become too self-involved.

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Famous people born on the Cancer-Leo cusp: Edgar Degas, Campbell Scott, Elizabeth McGovern, Carlos Santana, Natalie Wood, Kim Carnes, Ernest Hemingway, Robin Williams, Jon Lovitz, Josh Hartnett, Cat Stevens, Willem Dafoe, David Spade, Rufus Wainwright, Woody Harrelson, Slash, Amelia Earhart, Jennifer Lopez, Barry Bonds, Zelda Fitzgerald, Estelle Getty, Matt LeBlanc, Iman and Brad Renfro.

 

Leo-Virgo (8/19-8/25) – The Cusp of Exposure

If you were born on the Leo-Virgo cusp, from about August 19 to August 25, you were born on “The Cusp of Exposure,” but that’s not as risque as it sounds. In fact, you face some not-so-fun and conflicting energy in your life.

Leo is a Fire sign and Virgo is an Earth sign, which means there are contrary elements to your personality. The question is, will the fire in your heart be smothered by the Earth, or will it burn bright?

Because these cuspers were born between such very different signs, it’s hard to say which way they’ll lean. Some on the Leo-Virgo cusp gravitate more toward Leo’s need for drama and attention, while others are more like Virgo and prefer a quiet, less social lifestyle.

Whichever way you lean, though, your personality will most likely be hardworking and passionate, especially when dedicated to a particular cause.

Learn more about the challenging Leo-Virgo Cusp:

Name of Cusp: The Cusp of Exposure

Date Range: August 19 to August 25

Strengths: Hardworking, passionate, discriminating, positive, success-driven and honest.

Weaknesses: Critical, antisocial, manipulative, stubborn, quarrelsome and melodramatic.

How Leo and Virgo energy work together: Leo’s flair for drama and Virgo’s down to earth practicality don’t always mix well. These cuspers need to be careful of living a life of extremes — either bold and loud or silent and secretive. But if they can strike a balance between their extroverted and introverted sides, they will master the rare ability to know exactly when to speak up and when to remain silent.

What they love: Getting behind a good cause. Leo is a loving and natural born leader, while Virgo is hardworking, detail oriented and devoted to helping others. Together this is a persuasive cusp combination that is happiest when rallying a group of people in support of a great cause. And know this: They will succeed!

What they need: Intimacy. It won’t come easy for these cuspers, who value secrets and privacy above all else, but they really need to have people in their lives who know them well and love them for exactly who they are.
Advice: Leo-Virgo cuspers must learn to share more of themselves with others, which will in turn help them get in better touch with their own feelings and emotions.

Famous people born on the Leo-Virgo cusp: Coco Chanel, Matthew Perry, Bill Clinton, John Stamos, Gene Roddenberry, Robert Plant, Fred Durst, Connie Chung, Kenny Rogers, Wilt Chamberlain, Kim Cattrall, Ray Bradbury, John Lee Hooker, Tori Amos, Barbara Eden, Gene Kelly, River Phoenix, Shelley Long, Kobe Bryant, Marlee Matlin, Dave Chappelle, Leonard Bernstein, Sean Connery, Gene Simmons, Elvis Costello, Billy Ray Cyrus, Claudia Schiffer.

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