Sarah Newlin (Anna Camp) is one of the most powerful antagonists on “True Blood.” Originally the wife of televangelist Steve Newlin, Sarah comes dangerously close to wiping out the entire vampire race. Though she claims to have originally supported vampire rights, she claims her tune changed after her sister was killed by a vampire. Along with her husband, Sarah is the leader of a religious cult called the Fellowship of the Sun that preaches an anti-vampire agenda. After divorcing her husband, Sarah begins her own vampire eradication plot, engineering a vampire concentration camp and planning the extinction of the vampire race by introducing Hep-V into the vampire blood supply.
The sign of Aquarius –- which applies to those born between January 20 and February 18 –- is known as the humanitarian of the zodiac. It might seem strange to cast Sarah as an Aquarius since she’s, you know, evil, but she certainly sees herself as a savior. Aquarians tend to be original, independent, and have progressive ideas. They can be eccentric and often find themselves on the fringes of society because of their unique ideas. More interested in concepts than feelings, they tend to be analytical and disengaged from emotional expression.
While Sarah is more a despot than a humanitarian, she strongly believes that what she’s doing will save humanity — vampires not included, of course. You can’t deny that Sarah is an independent thinker, even if her ideas are exceedingly tyrannical. She’s not the humanitarian we deserve, but she’s the humanitarian we got.