Extreme aversion to bureaucracy is a Sagittarius trait. C.S. Lewis, the author of the Narnia Chronicles, was Sun, Uranus, Venus, Saturn and Mercury in Sagittarius. That much vibe in one sign is something else; it’s called a stellium. It amplifies the zodiac sign characteristics ten-fold.
None of the Mutable signs (Gemini, Virgo, Sagittarius, and Pisces) are crash hot with bureaucratic requirements. Virgo will at least be able to find some pleasure in critiquing the layout of the form and falling upon any errors like an eagle spying a hapless field mouse.
Gemini can see any form as a chance to lay some false scent trails. Pisces subverts the process without intending to. But Sagittarius sees even a post office form as a direct assault to their autonomy. Deep in their psyche, they’re troubadours or wandering poets, navigating by the stars. People recognize them by their body art or command of some arcane lingo. Their identity is between them and their deities.
Maybe this Sagittarius trait is not so much about the dislike of forms. Instead, it’s the desire for open plains and simplicity, a time that perhaps never was but which always will be. At least, for Sagittarius.