Fiery Sagittarius Moon is like a forest fire snaking through the trees. It wanders on its own accord. Earthy Taurus Moon is stable and resilient, like the soil of forest floor. Of course, forest fires burn forest floors, and soil can smother a fire. These two are mismatched in fundamental ways. If there was more animosity for each other, this match would be a 1. Sagittarius Moon is too friendly or too disinterested for any real animosity, and Taurus Moon won't eternally expend the energy trying to keep this free bird caged.
These two may get together because they don't understand each other. Sagittarius is the perennial wanderer, and Taurus Moon is happy to stay at home. And it's not so much fascination as it is incredulity that brings them together. Chances are that Sagittarius Moon feels compelled to do Taurus Moon the favor of getting it out of its comfort zone. Taurus Moon may feel equally generous and try to show Sagittarius what a tranquil life is like, and if it can, introduce Sagittarius Moon to the good things in life, like fine dining, or knowing which of its clothes are clean without having to smell the armpits or crotch first.
If Sagittarius Moon actually agrees to get married and actually manages to do the deed, it is because Sagittarius Moon was tricked or dragged down the aisle. It's not that Sagittarius Moon doesn't want to marry someday, theoretically. An exotic elopement or castle dream wedding may be one of its fantasies, but as far as the real life commitment goes, Sagittarius Moon lets it burn up with so many other possibilities. It just doesn't want to commit to one thing (or one person) at the expense of all other possibilities unless by doing so, it feels freer and more capable of chasing its dreams that by being single. Getting married is growing up, and remember: Peter Pan never married Wendy. He never even asked.
The problem is that Taurus Moon doesn't understand fear of commitment. Taurus Moon is like the earth itself. All the things that root in the Earth make a commitment to it, and the Earth makes a commitment to all the things that take root. Taurus Moon wants its lover to take root. It plans for the future. Having a spouse is not the end, but the beginning, for Taurus Moon. It feels secure having someone who will always have its back, always stay, always support it and always accept its support. The trouble is that Sagittarius Moon feels loved when allowed to roam.
Sagittarius Moon needs to move about. It must know what the world has to offer. If Taurus Moon is curious about the world, it will see it on television. Sagittarius Moon wants to sail the seven seas. Taurus Moon is fine watching the sea from the beach chair on the resort, sipping a piña colada. Sagittarius Moon has no problem wandering alone, as wandering feet match a wandering eye.
This makes Taurus Moon feel insecure. Sagittarius Moon's roving eye and inability to stay in one place, one job, or even one social group makes Taurus Moon unable to do what it wants to do the most, which is to relax. It will use the only thing it has in its power to hold onto Sagittarius Moon: money. Sure, forcing Sagittarius Moon to be dependent keeps it around, but it isn't grateful for the support or the demonstration of power. It becomes resentful.
And that's when Sagittarius Moon starts paying extra attention to the pool boy or the new neighbor. Taurus Moon may grow old waiting for Sagittarius Moon to grow up and settle down. Sagittarius Moon thinks it's still 18, even when it's in the nursing home, chasing around young visitors and flirting.
Sagittarius Moon has sex for fun. It enjoys sex for the experience. It doesn't need love or commitment, or even foreplay. Taurus Moon, on the other had, is in it for the sensual experience. It wants to feel all the feels, see all the sights, hear all the sounds, taste all the tastes, and smell all the smells. While this appeals to Sagittarius Moon on a philosophical level, its not comfortable turning off its brain during sex and letting someone else take the lead. It grows impatient for the orgasm, and it doesn't want to linger in bed unless there is a promise of heated pillow talk and joking afterward. As a general rule, Taurus Moon doesn't appreciate hearing knock-knock jokes while coming down.
This is not to say that they can't have fun in bed. The best thing for this couple would be to try something they have never done before. Sagittarius Moon is always up for novelty simply so they can talk (or write) about the experience later, and Taurus Moon aims to please. They should try to find something they haven't done before that is not dangerous or illegal in order to ease Taurus Moon's mind.
Taurus Moon will have to learn to give Sagittarius Moon its freedom. Sagittarius Moon will stay wherever it is allowed to be free. While Taurus Moon is likely to acquiesce and let Sagittarius Moon go out with friends and family, it has to let go of certain ideas of what commitment means. It is okay for couples to travel without each other and even be apart for a little while.
Sagittarius Moon, in turn, will have to learn to respect Taurus Moon's need for stability. After all, it is Taurus Moon that ensures Sagittarius Moon has a place to crash, food to eat, and a bed to sleep in. This is best achieved through talking rather than pulling the carpet out from under Sagittarius Moon and giving it a dose of tough love. If told to leave, it will not come back.
Sun sign compatibility will get you so far. Sure, you get along well, but do you have a travel buddy for life? If you want to know if Taurus Moon will ever excite you, you must know if your Moon sign is compatible with this moon sign. To determine if your Moon is in Taurus or Sagittarius, put your birth date and birth time in our Natal Chart Calculator and do the same for your partner.