Bruce Lee "King of Sagittarius"
Is there someone who is more of a badass than Bruce Lee?! While I was doing research on him for this piece, I constantly laughed out loud at how much of a Jupiter-driven, overall Sag he was. Lee's father was told early on that if his son got into any more street fights, he would end up in jail. Later on, it was Lee's move from Hong Kong to Los Angeles that cemented him as a Hollywood star, shifting stereotypes and previous representations of Asian men on screen. He wore that yellow jumpsuit before Uma Thurman FYI.
If that wasn't enough, he also wrote poetry and was a philosopher, forming his own martial art of Jeet Kune Do, often credited with paving the way for MMA. Film producer Curtis Tsui summed him well: "He’s not just the badass, he’s a Jerry Lewis fan who’s very funny, he’s a cha-cha-dancer champion with an amazing sense of rhythm, and he’s a philosopher, someone with a very clear point of view."
Sagittarius does the risky adventure part in order to transition into the evolved role of teacher and sage. No one else embodies this more than Bruce Lee.
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