January 14 Birthday Horoscope
January 14 Zodiac Sign - Capricorn
As a Capricorn born on January 14th, your quick mind, discipline and loyalty are amongst your most defining qualities. Your intelligence is one of your greatest strengths and it is complimented by equally developed discipline. When confronted with a challenge, you overcome it with mental fortitude and an attention to detail. Your friends and family admire this quality, but they may appreciate your loyalty the most. Your commitment to those you love can be considered selfless at times.
January 14 Birthday Element - Earth
Earth is the Capricorn’s paired element and of all the zodiac signs, you have the only fundamental connection with the element. Your cardinal connection with Earth makes you active and a self-starter, but it also makes practical. You are realistic in all your expectations and goals, sometimes crossing into the realm of cautious. While your earthly prudence is one of your greatest assets, it can become detrimental if you fall into an overly conservative pattern, as you may miss out on valuable and exciting experiences.
January 14 Ruling Planet - Saturn
Saturn is the ruling planet of the Capricorn, but as you were born in the third Decan, or part, of the sign, you also receive a helping of Mercury’s special planetary power. While Saturn, being the planet of control, is responsible for your discipline and responsibility, it is Mercury that connects to your ability to communicate and intelligence. Your unique combination of planetary powers makes you far more intellectually driven than the other Capricorn Decans. You enjoy creating order and structure in your world, while maintaining an appreciation for the beautiful. Your discipline carries over to your relationships, which you commit to whole-heartedly. In love, find a partner that shares in your value of loyalty and faithfulness, as this will bring you the most satisfaction.
January 14 Capricorn Personality
Capricorns born on January 14 are ambitious and are happiest when they juggle a variety of responsibilities. A sense of "if I don’t do it, it won’t get done" is prevalent, though they have a sense of humor about their obsessiveness. Scholarly and verbal, they are classy and can recognize their limitations but prefer not to acknowledge them to others.