If You Want to Rule a Latin/South American Country, What Sign Should You Be?

Leo.

If you’re not a Leo, you have a chance if you’re one of the other two fire signs – Aries or Sagittarius.

In other words, you’d better have an extroverted, confident, ebullient, gregarious personality if you want to rule a Latin/South American country. Ostentatiousness is accepted and some fluffing of the feathers encouraged.

Earth signs need not apply.

Here’s the current lineup:

Like the United States, Latin/South America likes fixed signs (Leo, Aquarius, Taurus and Scorpio). Almost half of the current Latin/South American rulers are fixed.

Fixed signs have intensity, forbearance and determination. It seems appropriate that anyone wanting to rule any country in this world have determination and force of personality. The challenges are many so that mutable signs will be off onto something more fun and cardinal signs just get too frustrated.

The two greatest Latin/South American adversaries to the United States are Hugo Chavez of Venezuela and Fidel Castro of Cuba. Both are Leos, the great centers-of-attention. Chavez even goes on TV every Sunday and talks for hours (or used to). Both bring the pride of Leo to the fore to thumb their noses at the US.

Hopefully Fidel and Hugo are thumbing their noses at being dominated by the US for the good of their people. I know Fidel said goodbye to the US only to say hello to the former Soviet Union. From the bed of one abusive lover to the arms of another abusive lover . . .

I fully support national self-determination and don’t like that wealthy countries are forcing less-developed countries to sell their natural resources in order to stay solvent. It does take strength to say “no” to the pressures of the developed countries who sometimes even invade your country if you don’t sell them what they want at the price they want to pay.

So, if you want to rule a Latin or South American country you need to be:

  • Strong
  • Expressive
  • Confident

Leos also love their hair so nice hair should help.

If you’re not a Leo, be sure to act like one.

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14 Responses to If You Want to Rule a Latin/South American Country, What Sign Should You Be?

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  3. Very good article, and I’m only astrology Argentina Cristina Fernandez said that is the sign of Pisces, born February 1953 el19 in La Plata, Argentina. Birth Time: 12:15:00 PM GMT

  4. Thanks. I fixed Argentina. I guess Aquarius and air signs don’t do well.

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  7. natisimple says:

    This was so entertaining!

    • I’m glad you liked it. Are you from a Latin/South American country? What do you think of the Mexican election?

      • natisimple says:

        I’m Mexican-Ecuadorian 🙂

        The elections were pretty shady to say the least. Before I inquired further I casted a chart about who had won the elections (it’s on the blog, but the text is in spanish). In my conclusion, the president elected (moon) wasn’t going to rule, but another candidate (the sun).

        Then, I investigated and there were many irregularities… like armed robbery on some of the voting places and cops taking away ballots. I’ve never seen before that during elections (with only 37% of the votes “counted”) one of the candidates gets flooded with congratulations from other governments, not even with a sure win. And then, the candidate that was nominated just to separate votes (Cuadri) practically begs AMLO to accept the results?? I’m really concerned about Mexico’s democracy, now that they really have mature problems.

      • Nieto doesn’t appear to be a strong character, so that makes sense. He was “elected” in the same way George W. Bush was “elected.”

      • natisimple says:

        Nop, I find him more fitting to be a soap opera actor, like his wife… Even Mexico’s now ex president was “elected” that way, if you’re interested you can watch the documentary “Fraude” online, from Mandoki. I think there’s a subtitled version… anyway is from the past elections.. obviously pro-AMLO but the presidential fraud is blatant nonetheless.

  8. natisimple says:

    Reblogged this on Astrología Simple and commented:
    Si quisieras gobernar un país sudamericano, de qué signo debieras ser?

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