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Virgo Guy Disappeard

topic posted Sat, May 28, 2011 - 1:48 PM by  CoCo
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He is a Libra cusp and I am sure he had no intentions of staying put even for a little while because he was very secretive from the beginning, lying putting on heirs about his job and not even telling me his last name. Ive known Leos like this and these types are fun but not to be taken seriously. But I like fun guys it gives me a release from the serious world I place myself in, even more so if they are good in bed. I wouldnt be surprised if his name is not his real name, lol. Anyway I went to his place a few times and we were intimate. He texted and called regularly for a couple of weeks then out of no where he disappeared. I have heard of Virgo men being liars or exaggerators but I think its strange anytime a person shows one attention and then completely flips the script. Any Virgos out there have anything to offer. Im a Cap if that helps. I felt we had really good physical chemistry but I guess I was wrong.
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  • Re: Virgo Guy Disappeard

    Sat, May 28, 2011 - 3:09 PM
    virgo is scared of mistakes, and will typically run before it is forced to admit one.
    • Re: Virgo Guy Disappeard

      Sat, May 28, 2011 - 5:01 PM
      Ive read in more than one place that Virgos will run when they are scared. I just like to understand people and if I had to guess I would say that he probably wanted to get some once and saw little harm in telling lies, but as things progressed just a tad bit more he felt too embarassed to admit his mistakes as you said. I text him and asked where he was a week after his M I A and no response :(
  • Re: Virgo Guy Disappeard

    Sun, May 29, 2011 - 8:34 AM

    To understand this better, consider the basic nature of Virgo: mutable earth, ruled by Mercury, negative/introvert polarity. Unlike the friendly, outgoing Gemini which is Mercury's other sign, Virgo is rooted (earth), focused on the physical world. Virgo is also inwardly focused and introspective. Mercury's influence lends an intellectual bent to Virgo's daily life. Merging all of these together, the typical Virgo is a very detail-oriented person who spends a lot of his or her time working on and perfecting the world immediately around him or her. Virgo focuses on whatever he or she thinks is important, figures out how to improve it, and then DOES it. Virgos frequently get frustrated with other people because they can't immediately see what the problem is with something, or can't figure out how to fix it, or want to talk about it instead of just getting it done and moving on to the next project.

    Don't forget that Virgo is MUTABLE earth. This may seem to be a paradox - earth is solid and stable, where mutable implies motion. In Virgo's case, this seeming conflict resolves itself in two ways: 1) Virgo moves, takes real action, gets the job done, in a very real and physical way; and 2) Virgo is good at finishing one task and moving on to another.

    Virgos frequently have relationship problems. Without knowing a lot more about this person's individual chart, it's hard to narrow things down any further. But in general, Virgos typically run into one of these two problems: 1) the problem gets fixed, and Virgo is ready to move on to something else - but the other person in the relationship is happy with the way things were and doesn't see a need to change the focus; or 2) Virgo wants to stay in place and work on an issue that is important to him or her, but the other person in the relationship is ready to move forward with things.

    You have to look at your own chart for some answers. Are you the kind of person who is laid-back, easygoing, and doesn't have a problem accepting other people's priorities as your own? Then you may do well with a Virgo. Virgos are introspective Mercury people. They prioritize for themselves, and what's most important to them is whatever THEY decide is most important - not what anybody else thinks. There is room in a Virgo's life for things that other people find important - but only to the extent that those other things don't interfere with the Virgo's self-identified agenda. If your own sign is a strong one, or if your Mars placement gives you a desire to impose your will and your focus on others around you, then you are likely to run into problems with a powerful Virgo, because they simply will not permit you to impose your agenda on them.
    • Re: Virgo Guy Disappeard

      Sun, May 29, 2011 - 9:11 AM
      To make an even deeper and accurate astrological assessment, we would have to take into consideration that the Sun sign doesn't necessarily dictate to the type of lover someone will be or whether or not they are prone to committing to a relationship or not. The desire, lust, yearn, urge, or need to become involved in a relationship is often associated with the planet Venus, whereas needs are most attributed to the Moon. The Sun represents "core characteristics" or, better yet, how one portrays themselves or "acts". It also indicates what we find important, vital, and essential to the state of our well-beings. In my experience the Sun can even represent what we enjoy or what we find to be fun.
      While, the Sun sign is the easiest to ascertain and take notice of, we must consider the entirety, complexity, and individuality of each and every birth chart.

      The qualities of dependability, routine, as well as having your physical needs met( or tend to) by the serving Virgo, are true to his birth sign.Of all the possible(most common) Venus placements he could have the planet of value, love, and relationships in Cancer, Leo, Virgo, Libra, or Scorpio. I suspect that he has Venus in Scorpio, in that sexual chemistry, is often the source of attraction,but,when that climatic concoction has lost it's fuel, they often lose all contact with you. Scorpio is ruled by Pluto, the planet of elimination, mystery, and the unknown. I imagine he was quite sexually appealing, and willing to "serve" you in true Virgo fashion but, I perhaps when he wasn't being "served" in the manner that he wanted, he decided to take his "service" somewhere else.

      So, while it is true that Virgo is a mutable sign, and can be just as adaptable, assimilating, yet, vacillating, changeable, transitional and scattered as the rest, I wouldn't deduce that his disappearance, was solely based on him being a Virgo(having the Sun in Virgo).

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