What Astrological Energy Do You Identify With?

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What Astrological Energy Do You Identify With? - Quiz

Hello fellow earthlings,This quiz is designed to test different aspects of your personality to determine what astrological energy you most closely match. A birth chart is made up of so many aspects, but all most people know is their sun sign. This will give you deeper insight into why you may or may not resonate with your sign sign. If you want to learn more, you can send me a message and I can do a full astrological personality profile for you. Have fun and remember, it's just a quiz!


Questions and Answers
  • 1. 
    What most closely describes your most basic personality traits?
    • A. 

      I am great at starting projects, but terrible at following through. I can be somewhat clumsy, but only because I am rushed, not because I am physically inept.

    • B. 

      You are hard to get going, but once you're going you can't be stopped. Chances are you, you have a stubborn streak.

    • C. 

      You can out talk anyone and figure out puzzles and games like a boss. Focusing on anything might be hard for you.

    • D. 

      You are a homebody and never forget when someone hurts you. You hold those you love very close to you.

    • E. 

      You range from super friendly to flamboyant and enjoy physical attention. You are artistic and possess endearing childlike qualities.

    • F. 

      You can analyze the crap out of any piece of information, but tend to bog yourself down with facts. A perfectionist to the core, you may be prone to anxiety.

    • G. 

      You love being social, and often subvert your own desires to keep things peaceful. You are the natural judge, seeing all sides of a situation, and give people the benefit of the doubt.

    • H. 

      You are somewhat secretive and become very intensely involved in your dreams, goals, and love interests. People are either attracted to or repelled by you; there's not a lot of grey area when it comes to your personality.

    • I. 

      You love travel, even if it just means day-dreaming about traveling. Learning new things is FUN to you. You tend to say the wrong thing at the wrong time.

    • J. 

      You enjoy taking things one step at a time. You tend to cling to traditional ideas and values. You may be too stoic for your own good.

    • K. 

      "Normal" bores you. You've always been able to come up with ideas that others couldn't. People like you but you have very few close friends.

    • L. 

      You feel a lot - your own emotions and those of others. Sometimes you have dreams/visions of things that come true.

  • 2. 
    How does your brain tend to work?
    • A. 

      You sometimes don't know where your ideas come from. Ideas, emotions, and solutions tend to pop up in your head, with no logical, linear line of thinking.

    • B. 

      You've always been smarter than your peers in some way. You tend to invent things and dream up plans to improve the future.

    • C. 

      Your mind works methodically. You are able to develop arguments that are intelligent and don't let your emotions get involved.

    • D. 

      Your mind gets scattered easily, and you enjoy finding out why things work, why people are the way they are, and enjoy analyzing past cultures and history in general.

    • E. 

      You are so good at manipulation, you sometimes trick yourself. Your mind can be a steel trap, and you keep secrets well.

    • F. 

      You are fair, sometimes to a fault. You try not to judge others too harshly, and can often default to others when taking action.

    • G. 

      You love to research, and have a way with words. Even if your written language skills aren't up to snuff you still speak intelligently and learn vocabulary quickly.

    • H. 

      So many creative thoughts flow through you, you don't know what to do with them. You take pride in your knowledge and what you've gone through to earn wisdom.

    • I. 

      Your mind is more emotional; you remember things based on how you felt, what smells or colors were present, and the general energy of the situation.

    • J. 

      You've always been able to do word puzzles, win trivia, and learn strategy. You may be a poster child for ADHD.

    • K. 

      It's hard for you to change your mind on a pre-conceived idea, but you do have a head for obtaining things (money, objects) and managing them.

    • L. 

      You may be quick to anger but then you're done. If you don't get started on something you've been dreaming about, you tend to get antsy and irritable.

  • 3. 
    What are most people's initial impression of you?
    • A. 

      People say you come across as social, friendly, and that you're easy to talk to.

    • B. 

      You may prefer to sit quietly some days and be a social butterfly others - depends on your mood.

    • C. 

      You are often the loudest one in the room, and the least afraid to butt heads.

    • D. 

      Chances are, small talk is not your thing. You like to converse with higher minded people.

    • E. 

      You like to get to the nitty-gritty of a conversation. Small talk is a learned skill and you use it a lot.

    • F. 

      You often talk about things that are irrelevant to the current topic, and the subject often turns back to you.

    • G. 

      You are a chameleon in a group of people.

    • H. 

      You seek out specific people to talk to, and sometimes like to compare possessions/careers.

    • I. 

      Intelligent conversation befits you, but you often observe. If someone brings up a subject you know a lot about, they're in for an earful.

    • J. 

      You are likely telling jokes and asking people about themselves with genuine interest. Chances are you greet people with a hug.

    • K. 

      Ranging from friendly to politely guarded, people seem to be drawn to you whether you like it or not.

    • L. 

      You are generally easy to approach, even if the subject matter gets very abstract people seem to want to keep listening.

  • 4. 
    How do you express yourself in close friendships/with lovers/when emotion is involved?
    • A. 

      I can express myself in words quite eloquently, as long as I don't have to say them face-to-face. My loyalty speaks volumes.

    • B. 

      I am open and very free with compliments and affection. I love lavishing people with attention, food, and adventure.

    • C. 

      I can be very affectionate and open, but only with those REALLY close to me. I tend to pay attention to details and utilize them when making or giving the perfect gift.

    • D. 

      I love with my head - and try to do nice things for people when I can remember to do so. Sometimes I need to be reminded that I'm not being attentive, but I love to please those I care about.

    • E. 

      I give lots of presents, write notes of appreciation, and give awesome hugs to the right people. Creating a stable and comfortable home/relationship is important to letting others know I care.

    • F. 

      I like to help people out, do favors for them, take them out, and be active with them. I don't always remember everything they like and sometimes plans go awry but hey, life's an adventure, right?

    • G. 

      I tend to squirm expressing deep feelings, even though I feel them so intensely. I try to show others I care in the way they like best, whether that be through receiving gifts, affection, helping them with chores or giving them my time or money.

    • H. 

      I like to spend time with people I love in a cerebral way, maybe uniting for a cause or exploring art, science, and other intellectual pursuits. I want to help the people I love improve their lives.

    • I. 

      It's important to show people you care by helping them when they're down and giving sincere gratitude when they help me. It's also important to stay true to your word.

    • J. 

      I try to help them experience new things and I never let them leave without a hug or letting them know how much they rock.

    • K. 

      I don't tell many people I love them but when I do, I mean it. I think one-on-one time is the best way to show you care, making things intimate and cozy.

    • L. 

      I pay attention to the things they like to do, the food they like to eat, and the places they like to do and we spend time making sure everyone is happy and feeling special.

  • 5. 
    How do you go about getting what and whom you want in life?
    • A. 

      I have a lot of energy to put into the things I want, but I need something to pin me down and keep me focused.

    • B. 

      I roam a bit, get into some interesting adventures, make a lot of mistakes, but then use my wisdom to attract the people and things I want most.

    • C. 

      I just ask for it/them. Simple.

    • D. 

      I try to understand and get to know the people I want in my life very carefully, so I can appeal to them in a way that they like but is also true to me. I often get things I want through knowing the right people.

    • E. 

      It may take some time to find the right course of action, but once I figure out I just keep going until I get it/them or it/they come to me.

    • F. 

      I will what I want and don't let failure keep me down.

    • G. 

      I create elaborate fantasies around what it will be like to get the right job, or a nice house, or the person on whom I have a little crush, and then start believing it's already true. From there, things tend to drift towards me.

    • H. 

      I create a plan and try to sketch out all the possible pitfalls, then do my best to avoid them and take the most perfect path possible.

    • I. 

      If it's not something I feel deeply connected to or someone I feel a strong connection to, I won't get it.

    • J. 

      I take things step by step, both in my own actions and refusing to take short cuts. I think it's important to surround yourself with people with similar goals.

    • K. 

      I create a path for myself and do whatever it takes, even if it means I burn myself out to get what/the person I want. I am no stranger to taking chances.

    • L. 

      It's important to educate oneself to truly excel at the career/calling you feel compelled to follow. As for people, I like to give them space and create friendships before anything else evolves.

  • 6. 
    To what kind of person are you most attracted?
    • A. 

      Someone that keeps physically actively and mentally on my toes. Someone that is not afraid to speak up and is ok with having an argument from time to time.

    • B. 

      Someone that doesn't bounce around too much and is pretty calm. I like someone I can count on, and someone who really knows who they are.

    • C. 

      I like a lot of different types of people! It's nice to hang with people that have other friends and varied interests.

    • D. 

      I like kind people, people who speak thoughtfully and are interested in hearing others' thoughts and opinions.

    • E. 

      I love someone that can make me laugh! And of course, people that aren't uptight. A little drama doesn't scare me away, and a sense of pride in one's appearance is important.

    • F. 

      The smarter someone is, the more attracted I am to them. A nice combination of book smarts and life smarts is ideal.

    • G. 

      I like people who are easy to talk to and have similar hobbies and interests to me. I like people that are warm, amusing, and compliment me.

    • H. 

      I switch between hanging out with people who are weaker than me and surrounding myself with powerful people. I prefer people who are very different from me, and people who are a little less powerful than myself/a little helpless.

    • I. 

      I love free-spirits who aren't afraid to take risks. I love wisdom and openness, as well as a zest for life.

    • J. 

      People that are thinkers and get things done really attract me. I admire people that set their mind to something and work their butts off to accomplish it.

    • K. 

      I am very attracted to people that don't fit into the status quo, people that constantly try to think outside the box, and people that aren't needy.

    • L. 

      I find myself attracted to people that take care of themselves in ways I struggle caring for myself, that can potentially help me. I love people with unassuming inner strength, and people that are underdogs that need someone to believe in them.

  • 7. 
    What characteristics are most repulsive to you?
    • A. 

      Greed, Avarice, Selfish Behavior

    • B. 

      Willful Ignorance, Proud to be Uneducated, Scatter-brained

    • C. 

      Secretive Behavior, Closed-off Emotionally

    • D. 

      Overly Emotional, Reacts to Everything, Histrionic Behavior

    • E. 

      Stuck-in-the-Mud, Homebody, Stagnation

    • F. 

      Cruelty, Hatred Towards Differences, Excessive Anger

    • G. 

      Neediness, Clingy, Lack of Independence

    • H. 

      A "Yes" Person, Eager to Please, Overly Meek

    • I. 

      Insular Thinking, Emotionally Needy, Mainstream Thinking

    • J. 

      Weakness, No Passion, No Goals

    • K. 

      Indecisive, Flighty, Crassness

    • L. 

      Lack of Class, Thoughtlessness, Quick to Anger

  • 8. 
    When do you feel safest, most secure? What makes you feel at ease?
    • A. 

      I like fixing things, tinkering with computers, machines. I enjoy figuring things out. I am sometimes a nervous talker, but it calms me down, even if it means talking things out to myself or my pets. I tend to intellectualize my feelings, which is ok provided I can express myself through writing, acting, or some other outlet that allows me to communicate through words. I can appraise other people's emotional states well but have a hard time discerning the deeper powers at work, the "why" to how the emotional state got to where it is.

    • B. 

      I find security in allowing others to express themselves, to be themselves, and observing others and their behavior. I may see myself as more emotional than I truly am, or find myself attracting emotional people to counteract my ability to be cool and detached regarding my feelings. I especially enjoy engaging in activities that help the whole of humanity like charity, blood drives, or anything to help the environment and help the underprivledged.

    • C. 

      I love to feel deeply and tumultuously, and have attracted/attract gut-wrenching relationships that both destroy and transform me. I may have felt betrayed or abandoned in my youth and as such can be very guarded about my own feelings. I often feel comfort in strongly felt emotions, and love the feeling of desire in the form of someone's company, lust, or both.

    • D. 

      I often feel uneasy if I am sitting around doing nothing or I don't have plans for the bulk of my day. It is/was almost a compulsion to stay so busy I that I don't have time to think about much. Perhaps as a child I never quite got the attention I wanted. I feel strongly for others, but often the feelings are fleeting. My ability to recover from trauma, whether it be physical, emotional, or spiritual, is exceptional. I have to watch my temper and be careful not to find comfort in being in "battle mode".

    • E. 

      I enjoy relationships that are smooth and have little to no bumps. I feel safest when there is little change in my life. I might feed insecurities through acquiring material goods and focusing on external influences. I could have a talent for massage or anything that helps heal people through touch.

    • F. 

      I have almost infinite patience with people as I accept them for who they are, often not creating a boundary to keep myself safe from harmful relationships. I sometimes have dreams/instinctual feelings about people or future events and often can't identify my own emotions. I enjoy fantasizing about what I could be or could have been, and have a true ability for empathy.

    • G. 

      I really enjoy being needed, but should be careful not to base my worth on how much other people depend on me. I might have had a hard or deprived childhood in some way. I feel good when I can be of service to my friends and partner, and don't feel comfortable when others compliment me or bring attention to me for helping/my talents. I may have had a disrupted relationship with my mother/mother figure.

    • H. 

      I often feel like I am prone to mood swings but I really feel best when I am able to care for others. I enjoy the idea of having a large family of my own, whether that be with babies, animals, or plants. I don't particularly care for harsh words and I have a lot of doubts and insecurities that I have trouble expressing for fear of seeming weak. I may have a superb memory, and might get caught in enjoying repeating the cycle of hurt and misery someone else has caused me because I hold onto it/remember it so acutely. Letting go of pain can be difficult but I must learn how to do it to find peace.

    • I. 

      I am kind of a "closet show-off". I feel great joy when I'm creating something, whether it be painting, acting, writing, but I am mostly likely someone that directs things and people. I have an unconscious desire to seek attention and just want to be recognized for my accomplishments. I sometimes draw people towards me that feed my ego, and have to be careful not to push people away that truly care for me vs. admire me.

    • J. 

      I feel best when I can assimilate my feelings logically and be of service to my loved ones. I have a dark side that scares me, and I try to hide it as much as I can despite it causing me to often be confused as to how I feel. I have a deep connection to animals and kids, even if I don't have either in my home. I feel secure when I run ideas through my head in as many scenarios as possible, but have to learn when to shut off the brain and let myself "feel" and take action.

    • K. 

      I feel at home with myself when I am traveling, finding the truth, absorbing new information and experiencing life. I often learn best through my own experiences, and no matter how bad things get I find comfort in knowing that everything works out. I may need some grounding, however, to make harder decisions in order to give my life and truth seeking some direction. Home is not a physical place for me, it's where your heart takes you and can be anywhere.

    • L. 

      I feel at ease when I am in a peaceful environment and when those I live with and love are happy. It always feels really good to find people to relate to on different levels. I feel comfort in knowing I am not alone in how I feel. I enjoy balance and sometimes get too anxious when anything in life goes out of whack. I have a need to be "nice" all the time, which isn't balance at all, and musn't be afraid to think and express some of my "meaner", less pleasant thoughts.

  • 9. 
    OK, just for fun: What is the first thing you'd do in a Zombie Apocalypse?
    • A. 

      Make a list of all the people in the neighborhood of who will be useful, who will be useless, who needs to die, and who needs to be kept alive long enough to use them as fodder but then kill them the minute they start to go crazy or become useless.

    • B. 

      Become paralyzed with fear and board up the house from the inside. You hope you have enough food to survive until the nice military men come to your door to rescue you.

    • C. 

      Clean your guns. Sit by the door. Wait.

    • D. 

      Take inventory of the food, weapons, and ammo you have. Create an escape plan and board up the places easiest to enter the house. Check your trip wires in the yard, and start building water collecting devices on your roof.

    • E. 

      Assess the people around you and manipulate your way into survival by becoming useful and joining a household/neighborhood community.

    • F. 

      Develop a community for survivors and/or develop a way to keep in contact with the world via radio, being a forecaster for weather, places that are in high concentration of zombies, and giving survival tips for finding/growing food.

    • G. 

      Be a chameleon. Do what you have to do to survive, most likely with other people that are willing to help you. You'll learn from multiple people and learn how to be useful in every aspect of survival and be one of the last standing.

    • H. 

      Recognize that your neighborhood is not the place to stay. Let the initial attacks die down, create ingenious ways to stay alive/eat/kill intruders, then take off as soon as you feel it's safe to find a place that's safer.

    • I. 

      You've been prepared for this all along. You collected alcohol and cigarettes, despite not being a drinker or smoker, to use to barter for all the items you'll need to stay alive.

    • J. 

      Destroy everyone, steal their shit, and be all "every dude for him/herself".

    • K. 

      Build a community where everyone uses their talents to contribute to the success and survival of the town. You are likely in charge, even if you're not very qualified for it. In fact, your second in command is probably much smarter than you and planning a mutiny.

    • L. 

      Charm, pilfer, and cheat death more than a cat in order to survive. If you do survive, it's only through dumb luck.

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