Astrologers say planets make certain individuals look like they're from another world. Some people pay attention and arrive 10 minutes early, while others check out and forget.
They arrange jumbled data like a computer. We realize technology isn't flawless. "Virgo bites off more than they can chew, resulting in forgetfulness!"
"They don't want to space out—there's too much to do in the world and too much to correct and perfect," says Svana astrological content writer and editor Leah Goldberg.
Libras are air signs but not airheads. They're the zodiac's chameleons. They're flirtatious and gregarious. They may be untrustworthy.
Libra's indecision hinders them. After establishing plans, they'll examine the benefits and drawbacks and change their mind.
They're also daring. "Saggies don't like wasting their time with details and are likely to just jump into a situation before looking at what it entails," says author and astrologer Lisa Barretta.
Sagittarius, the final fire sign, shows this in their curiosity, need for knowledge, and drive to understand the broader picture. They "forget to focus on the here and now, which may make them spacey," Simmons adds.
Aquarians lead. As the zodiac's penultimate air sign, they're typically too analytical. Big thinkers sometimes miss the forest for the trees. They focus on transforming the world and ignore their loved ones.
"Mostly, Aquarius is so wrapped up in logistics, they forget to tap into their emotional side, which can make them seem cold, distant, and aloof." Aloofness often means spaciness.
Gemini, ruled by Mercury, absorbs information at the speed of light. They adore mingling, planning, and meeting new people, but their full schedules make them the most dispersed zodiac sign.
Geminis, like other air signs, are sometimes unreal. They're symbolized by twins and have several personalities.
Water symbol Pisces oscillates between reality and fantasy. Pisces can be flaky because they are empathic, sensitive, and often clairvoyant or intuitive.
"They are, by far, the spaciest sign, and that's why they often make the best musicians, painters, writers, and artists in general."