If someone were to have the following astrological configurations, what might be said about their possible attributes and/or personality traits ?
Sun in Taurus
Moon in Scorpio
Rising Sign Sagittarius
Mars in Leo
Mercury conj. Sun in Taurus
The above, is all of the information that I have, and since astrology is esentially greek to me, any pointers about said "personality" would be of tremendous help
This is a rather dynamic personality, but one that may have trouble continuing a project after the initial challenge and excitement has ebbed into routine, with all three fire signs - Cardinal, Fixed and Mutable - represented. (Aires is not mentioned explicitly, but if the Midheaven is Libra, the Imum Coeli or Nadir - the most personal place in the chart - must be Aires, just as we can tell that the Descendent must be Gemini, as it is by definition opposite the Ascendant)
Sun in Taurus offers a certain saving grace here, inasmuch as it offers the perseverence and even stubbornness to stick with a task so long as it promises some tangible, appreciable material benefit. Mercury is helpful in this regard, as the subject can adequately express expectations and negotiate suitable terms of employment.
With Libra on the Tenth House cusp, Employment might well be found in the legal field (Libra = Trump XI, Justice), or else in the arts, such as a broker or promoter for a high-end gallery. (Libra = ruled by Venus, which also rules Taurus, beauty, the arts etc.)
Rising sign talks about how one interacts with or is seen by others, and in this case the enthusiasm of Elemental Fire pairs with Jupiter's rulership in Sagittarius to give a supportive personality that takes a generous view of others, sees the best in them and encourages them to rise to that potential. With an eye on a distant goal, there is maybe a tendency to seem unconcerned with the present.
Scorpio is a water sign, so the Moon ought to be at home here, but it is also the night house of Mars, meaning that emotions run deep and when hurt probably trigger an instictive lashing out that is as irrational as it is involuntary. Unless one is very tactful or patient, this person will be difficult to get close to. The moon may be in opposition to the Sun and Mercury as well. Certainly they are in opposite signs, and there is a difficulty in expressing emotional needs or even clearly perceiving them.
With the Descendent in Gemini, this indicates a tendency to deal best with others who can recognize, understand and articulate that dual nature, and who can respond appropriately to both aspects as needed. This placement deals best with others singly, in a one-on-one situation, rather than groups.
Scorpio brings us back to Mars, in the Sun's sign of Leo. This puts it more or less square to the Sun in Taurus and Moon in Scorpio, almost showing how that opposition seeks expression and resolution through action and a challenge to constantly improve one's abilities, giving a drive to gain attention through showing one's best effort, and a rather striking, forceful personality.
A lot would depend on the presence or absence of aspects, and the relation of signs to houses. It would also be useful to know the position of Venus, given the weight of Taurus and Libra in this horoscope. Still, from what is there, that's my best analysis.