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DevilishAngel
10-09-2009, 15:05
Do certain Moon signs make you look more attractive? Well obviously everyone's attracted to different things. I'm more comparing it to how your ascendant does...since that's how your seen on the outside. Like if you had a Libra Moon you would seem more gentle and sensitive right? Does it give you a more gentle physical attraction? I hope this makes sense. lol

dadsnook2000
10-09-2009, 23:23
In my opinion, every zodiac sign has its own potential style of attractiveness. This can be typified by Pisces which has the softness and halo-effect of thier hair and (often) sensitivity of the mouth; by Aquarians and thier noble and forthright facial demeanor; by the radiance of skin and gentle smile and lips of Libra; by the healthy look and confidence of Leo, etc.

Have you ever noticed the facial similarities of one Sun-sign to the signs that are 150 degrees from them such as the eyebrows of Virgo and Aquaius, the shape of the face and neck of Taurus and Sag, etc.

However, all that being said, the planets have their stronger roles in how our appearance is shaped by our attitudes and life style. For example, Venus is associated with Taurus and Jupiter with Sag --- the attributes of those planets bring out the generosity and grace of those people who have these planets well placed in their charts.

Now that I have started this dialog, I'll let others pick up on it. Dave

214red
11-09-2009, 06:04
as they say beauty is in the eye of the beholder:-)

i will say that sometimes you see a person and you dont know why they are attractive to you, they are not your usual type, they have something about them. i think magnetism is what i find interesting about certain signs, the way they shouldnt be attractive to you, but they are.

Minderwiz
11-09-2009, 06:36
I think Red's got it there. I agree with what Dave said about the signs and planets relating to physical appearance but I've not come across anything about physical attraction, as such. So I can respond in terms of relating planets and signs to physique but not really to attraction.

Using Lilly as a guide; he would assess physical appearance from:

1 Planets in the Ascendant (if any)
2. The sign of the Ascendant and any sign intercepted
3. The Lord(s) of the Ascendant
4. Any planet in partile aspect to the Ascendant degree or its ruler
5. Any star rising with the Ascendant
6. From the temperament of the native.

Now that's a fair number of factors and shows a sophisticated approach. Lilly might use this system to evaluate whether a horary chart is radical (the Ascendant should accurately describe the querent). He would also track down moles, marks, scars and warts using the system.

Now none of that testifies to attractiveness, merely to the ability of Astrology to descibe the physique of a person. Lilly does 'temper Art with reason' in that judgements need to consider the ethnic origin of the person.

Bernice
11-09-2009, 06:52
Minderwiz: ........but I've not come across anything about physical attraction, as such.
I have :grin:

But it's via Ebertins' midpoints. Although not specifically 'physical', it appears in charts of those who win Beauty Competitions. Always has a Pluto midpoint.

However, as always, other factors have to be taken into account.

Bee :)

Minderwiz
11-09-2009, 07:58
I have :grin:

But it's via Ebertins' midpoints. Although not specifically 'physical', it appears in charts of those who win Beauty Competitions. Always has a Pluto midpoint.

Bee :)

Well that simply means that beauty contest winners are either 'attractive' by definition, or more likely have the necessary attributes to win beauty contests.

It also assumes that the definition of attractiveness is being a female with specific physical characteristics and, as by definition, men don't fall into that definition then men cannot be 'attractive'. :grin:

Bernice
11-09-2009, 22:09
Well that simply means that beauty contest winners are either 'attractive' by definition, or more likely have the necessary attributes to win beauty contests.

It also assumes that the definition of attractiveness is being a female with specific physical characteristics and, as by definition, men don't fall into that definition then men cannot be 'attractive'. :grin:
My bold text. No, it doesn't just apply to the fairer sex. It can be 'picked out' and noticeable where a person - any sex - enjoys 'popularity' plus admiration on a larger than usual scale. Assumming that most people get some measure of this.

It's a sort-of 'attention grabber', the person exudes 'attraction'.

Bee :)

Minderwiz
12-09-2009, 03:06
My bold text. No, it doesn't just apply to the fairer sex. It can be 'picked out' and noticeable where a person - any sex - enjoys 'popularity' plus admiration on a larger than usual scale. Assumming that most people get some measure of this.

It's a sort-of 'attention grabber', the person exudes 'attraction'.

Bee :)

Ah that explains why I'm so popular LOL And |I thought peopld liked me for my Astrology :grin: but it's really Pluto all along :grin:

Zezina
12-09-2009, 03:11
My bold text. No, it doesn't just apply to the fairer sex. It can be 'picked out' and noticeable where a person - any sex - enjoys 'popularity' plus admiration on a larger than usual scale. Assumming that most people get some measure of this.

It's a sort-of 'attention grabber', the person exudes 'attraction'.

Bee :)
You seem to be describing charisma, which can often be quite different to physical attractiveness.

DevilishAngel
12-09-2009, 04:05
I just thought of another way of explaining what I meant....are there physical 'features' that your moon sign gives you that would be considered attractive.

Bernice
12-09-2009, 04:57
I just thought of another way of explaining what I meant....are there physical 'features' that your moon sign gives you that would be considered attractive.
Attractiveness will depend on the culture/country you're in. It's been said in an earlier post, "beauty is in the eye of the beholder".

Some cultures consider big (plump) people to be attractive, others prefer small (skinny) people. Facial features are subject to the same country differences, plus there are the indivdual preferences.

Who do you want to be attractive to?

Bee :)

DevilishAngel
12-09-2009, 05:00
*sigh* If everyone gonna think like that then I guess there's no reason to even continue this.

Bernice
12-09-2009, 05:14
I take it that we are not understanding you......?

Any planet, not just the moon, can contribute to some physical feature. Whether or not the 'sum' of these horoscope factors make someone attractive or goodlooking will depend on who is doing the assessment.

A horoscope cannot define something as relative as = "This person is really attractive and will remain so because it's in the chart". It's just far too relative a statement.

Bee :)

puppydung
12-09-2009, 10:36
I always take "attractive" as both physical and inner features of a person. So it seems to me that Moon Sign somehow contributes to the inner beauty (charisma/feeling) of a person. Say my moon is in Leo, I got so many friends and they told me that I just so fun to be around. This could be seen as "attractive" since you attract people to you by showing your feeling/behavior/or whatever you call.

P/S: Minderwiz, I think your attractiveness comes from your insightful and knowledgeable help here ;)

DevilishAngel
14-09-2009, 07:08
OK well what I was trying to figure out...if I wasn't clear. If your moon sign gives you any physical features that "could" be considered attractice. Obviously everyone is different. But things like; it gives something to your eyes that people find enticing, soft hair, nice skin, a smile that draws people in, etc.

dadsnook2000
14-09-2009, 09:45
Actually, the Moon's influence is generally thought to convey a flatter, rounded face with placid features, although the eyes often convey great sensitivity, the hair tends to be closer to the head (also a Capricorn trait). If a "sign" was to have any influence, then one might expect other qualities to be evident.

Rather than elicit opinions from the general list, why not visit a few specialized websites such as:
http://www.habarbadi.com/astrofaces/
or this site
http://koti.welho.com/jmetsovu/

...where you might concrete examples of the traits you are looking for. Dave

victoria.star
15-09-2009, 01:59
or this site
http://koti.welho.com/jmetsovu/

...where you might concrete examples of the traits you are looking for. Dave
i couldnt get this link to load.
i am quite interested in it, any suggestions?
thanks so kindly! :)

dadsnook2000
16-09-2009, 09:25
I regret that I cannot cause the site to load, all I get is a green background. Sorry to have gotten your hopes up. We have to remember that if each of us collectively views such sites but never contributes or contacts the site, then the site owner may give up after awhile. I have found that to be true of many sites, including two of my own. I would expect that this is the case for this formerly worthwhile site. Dave

Kibeth
18-09-2009, 03:28
If you're enthusiastic, http://friend.ly/zodiac is one pretty cool Facebook application. You DO need a Facebook account to use it though, and it leads you to some offers, but you don't have to take them - the pictures would post themselves sometime along the way. What the app does is list your acquiescence according to their Sun signs. In my samples, I noted the fair Libran faces, the Cancerians with big foreheads, and a coupla' Scorpios don black glasses to possibly conceal the penetrating eyes they know they have. However, some samples are missing their real faces because people didn't put it up.

http://i3.photobucket.com/albums/y90/lopaceria_2000/FB-Astrofaces.jpg

http://i3.photobucket.com/albums/y90/lopaceria_2000/FB-Astrofaces2.jpg