>How can we take your question seriously? You’re in the entertainment section of YA. <
You're here, so I guess we can't take you seriously either, and we shouldn't.
Janet is being very nice. Frankly, your question makes no sense at all. But I did get hooked on this statement, even though you did not go in the direction I thought you would go.
>I only have one earth sign in my chart that is taurus sun, ...<
FYI SOMETIMES, people who lack a particular element in their chart will overcompensate by trying to adopt the qualities they think are associated with that element. Since they are making a conscious effort to be something they are not, it usually doesn't work, because the overcompensation is too obvious. For example, earth is associated with pragmatism. The person without the earth in the chart might try too hard to be practical, to the point where it is annoying rather than being helpful, when it might be more sensible to develop the good things that are over-represented.
This is what astrological counseling is supposed to do: help the client direct the life in a way that is consistent with his nature as shown by the chart. It is NOT for trying to find one's "soul mate" or some pop psychology description of the "all important" personality.
NOTE TO TEENAGERS: This is going to come as a serious shock, so sit down. The personality isn't all that important. Character is. Learn how to develop your character and screw trying to develop an idiotic personality to just to make friends. High school doesn't last very long (thank God).