This couple will boldly go where no one has gone before (or they’ll try to). Sun in Sagittarius’ urge to explore will be supported by Moon in Aries’ need for a challenge. They probably won’t spend much time curled up at home, preferring to travel, socialize or break new ground.
Sun in Sagittarius wants to spread his wings. He’s got his eye on the horizon, literally and figuratively. Whether he’s travelling, learning, or debating an issue for the fun of it, his partner should know that he’s happiest when stirring things up. Part of Sun in Sagittarius’ desire for adventure involves (usually) good-humored attempts at pushing people’s buttons. He wants a challenge, but winning isn’t his primary motivation. He’s more interested in seeing what happens “if,” and then (hopefully) his lover will get the joke and laugh along with him. Those wanting an organized, disciplined partner should look elsewhere; if Sag is going to commit, he needs tons of latitude.
Moon in Aries is courageous, and she needs something to prove that courage against. For this Warrior Moon, an external challenge is best. If she can’t get one, she’ll try to provoke her partner (her version of affection or foreplay). Moon in Aries’ moods are heated and impulsive; it’s almost impossible for her to hold a grudge, but she can lose her temper rather quickly. She does best with a lover who pushes back when she exerts her will. She’s too impatient for a rigid, domestic routine, but can be fiercely protective of her home and those she loves.
Sun in Sag will be encouraged by Aries’ need for action, and amused by her temper. Moon in Aries will feel comfortable with Sagittarius’ sense of adventure, and his willingness to engage her when she needs to blow off steam. His good humor will take the edge off her temper without putting out her fire. These two will urge each other on as they check out whatever’s new, exciting or risky.