Excerpt from the book "Sextrology" (probably the best astrology book Ive come across since Debbi Kempton-Smith's "Secrets from a Stargazer's Notebook" , if a bit judgemental *sniff*) :-)
For many a Virgo man, somewhere between the ages of 35 and 42, will take refuge in a monastary of his own making, cloistering himself in a lifestyle that runs completely contrary to his own previous participation in the world of external trappings.
In undergoing this transition in life, he typically makes drastic, sweeping changes.
He does this in an attempt to rid himself of base thoughts and base habits, finding a vocation that will make him feel useful while inspiring devotion to his OWN callings.
In short, he must discover and refine his talents, where he shines and feels golden.
Holy shit. I didnt know this was a Virgo Thing.
Ah well, gotta do what I gotta do.. Im too far along. :-)
Meanwhile, it would seem as if he dropped off the face of the earth, going into a hole like some Elusian initiate, secretly facing issues surrounding his own mortality.
But loved ones shouldnt fear: Virgo man usually resurfaces better than ever.
It continues, by the way...
As anybody who knows him can attest, Virgo has terrible trouble keeping scheduled appearances -- often late, a no-show, hiding out, screening or not returning calls.
Man, I can be horrible with that.
I guess thats a Virgo thing too.
Right Sistah Cyn?