Luck CHARMS for Virgo in Year of the Sheep 2015: symbol of the planet Earth

ABOUT VIRGO Character:

Planet: Mercury.

Positive Expression: Efficient, meticulous, selective, organized, modest, health-conscious.

Negative Expression: Petty, perfectionist, overly analytical and organized .

Virgo are usually observant, shrewd, critically inclined, judicious, patient, practical supporters of the status quo, and tend toward conservatism in all departments of life.

Both sexes have considerable charm and dignity, which make some male Virgo appear effeminate when they are not.
Lucky Charms of Virgo in Year of the Sheep 2015
Luck CHARMS for Virgo

In marriage Virgo can be genuinely affectionate, making good spouses and parents, but their love making is a perfection of technique rather than the expression of desire.

Virgo have potential abilities in the arts, sciences and languages.

Virgo natives are ideal partners for getting married. They are great spouses as well as parents.

Lucky Charms of Virgo in Year of the Sheep 2015

Lucky Number: 5

Lucky Color: Blue

Lucky Flower: Pansy

Lucky Day: Wednesday

Lucky Gemstones: Jade, Carnelian, Diamond, Jasper, Aquamarine, Olivine and Tourmaline

Lucky Metal: Nickel and Quicksilver

This practical sign is ruled by the Earth element in traditional Western astrology, which means that stones, particularly stones with round holes in them, are very lucky for this sign.

These kinds of stones have a grounding energy and are considered to be portals to other worlds.

The symbol of the planet Earth is also thought to bring the Virgo good fortune. 

Fruit-shaped charms, such as apples, peaches and plums, bring them health wealth and prosperity.

Buttons can be tiny - as small as most charms - or bigger than many. Display your buttons in an old mason jar or mounted in a shadow box.

Remember to carry a few of your favorite buttons in your pocket or purse, where you can finger them when you need some luck.

This lucky charm advises you to keep your own counsel, Virgo - in other words, "button up" when it comes to expressing your unsolicited opinions.

Relatively inexpensive, costing no more than a new charm you might pick up at a boutique or jewelry store.