The 5 Most Morally Corrupt Zodiac Signs

They have a twisted sense of morality.

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Morally corrupt people have their own set of morals, but they’re not what we usually think of as moralistic. They aren’t noble, they don’t do things for the good of their fellow human, nor do they follow any kind of ethical code.

With astrology, it's even more clear that the morally corrupt zodiac signs take things that are perceived as principled and conscientious, and turn them upside down.


An example might be the person who cheats on their taxes. What does it matter if they don’t report something or take a tax break they’re not entitled to? The government is corrupt, and all they’re doing is taking back what’s theirs. And yet, it’s still cheating.

You may always have a mixed up value system, or it may be something that’s developed over time. The idea that a set of morals could be broken or wrong is subjective. We know that killing is wrong unless you’re in a war, someone is trying to kill you or your family, or you’re a police officer doing their job.


Narcissists tend to be morally corrupt. They often spin things to their benefit at the cost of someone else. They don’t care if it goes against what most people consider just or moral; if it gets them what they want, that’s reason enough to do it. 

1. LIBRA (September 23 - October 22)

As charming and wonderful as Libras are, they can be self-serving and superficial. They can sometimes do things that other people might feel are reprehensible, like sleep with someone who's married or get involved with someone who has no redeemable qualities but is good-looking.

Libras love getting something for nothing, even if they have to lie and cheat to get it. It's not above them to fake an injury to get a parking pass.

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2. SAGITTARIUS (November 22 - December 21)

Sagittarians can be inconsistent and change their moral code to suit their needs at the time. One moment, they'd never lie; the next, they're telling a tall tale to the clerk at check-in to get an upgrade on their flight.

They follow the straight and narrow when it suits them; if it doesn't, they'll follow a completely different set of ethics. Their moral code fluctuates and can change rapidly.

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3. GEMINI (May 21 - June 20)

Because Geminis lack consistency, it can be challenging for them to stick to one set of beliefs. If it gets boring or doesn't suit them, Gemini may twist their moral code to something entirely different.


They know the difference between right and wrong, but sometimes the wrong thing is more fun. Sticking to the same set of rules all the time isn't for Gemini; they'd rather make it up as they go along.

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4. ARIES (March 21 - April 19)

Since Aries tend to be impulsive and foolhardy, they don't always take into consideration how the consequences of their actions will affect other people. Aries aren't conscientious in that way.

They sometimes have issues with following rules and aren't great about self-discipline. They do what they want, and if that goes against some kind of moral code or obligation, they're okay with that.


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5. AQUARIUS (January 20 - February 18)

Aquarians are the type of people who make their own rules and live by the moral code they've established for themselves. Sometimes their moral compass aligns with traditional beliefs and standards, and sometimes it doesn't.

Aquarius, like Aries, are extremely independent and don't like being told they shouldn't do something. That just makes them want to do it more.


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Christine Schoenwald is a writer, performer, and astrology lover. She has written over 500 articles on the zodiac signs and how the stars influence us. She's had articles in The Los Angeles Times, Salon, Woman's Day, and is a contributing writer to Ravishly, I AM & CO, and YourTango. Check out her website or and her Instagram.