Scorpio – 24th October until 22nd November
Scorpio The Scorpion
Origin: There is a Scorpion-man in THe Babylonian Epic of Gigamesh, around 200BC. The symbol appears in Mesopotamia, about 1000 years later in Egypt. Other than that, the origins are unknown.
Ruling Planet – Pluto
God of the Underworld
Body Area Associated with Scorpio
Gemstone Associated With Scorpio
Keywords: Determined Obsessive Intuitive Magnetic Powerful Jealous Resentful
Basic Personality: Jealousy is the worst Scorpion fault. Scorpio can be very jealous of everyone, it does not matter who they are, they can be jealous. One the positive side, when they see people doing something and they are in front, this can make them work harder so they catch up, and hopefully end up in front.
Most Scorpions are capable of deep intense thought, and they will get to the bottom of any problem. You may find that the Scorpion will often push themselves into doing daring activities or extreme actions. You have been warned!
This sign is connected to the sexual organs, which is where they often get the label of being obsessed by sex, but this is not without truth – they will need a good strong partner otherwise they will become frustrated and this will then be shown in other areas of life.
Scorpio is the third of the four fixed signs of the zodiac.
Fixed signs are Taurus, Leo, Scorpio & Aquarius
Fixed houses are 2nd 5th 8th and 11th House.
Fixed Signs are understanding signs where steadiness it the keyword. They will want to get to the finish line and they will want to do this in style.
There is no lack in confidence with these signs. Self reliance, powerful and very purposeful.
Fixed people move patiently and steadily towards their goals. They are very reliable and always remembers the ones that have helped them out.
Scorpio belongs to the Water Element. You will find them to be intuitive and sensitive. They often feel things more deeply than others. They can be very emotional and nurturing and like a river, they can run very deep. You will find that they will base everything on sense rather than logic or intellect. You will also find that they can be very compassionate and understanding.
Death (XIII) is the 13th trump or Major Arcana card in most traditional Tarot decks. It is used in Tarot card games as well as in divination. The card typically depicts the Grim Reaper, and when used for divination is often interpreted as signifying major changes in a person’s life.
Depiction: The Death card usually depicts a skeleton, sometimes riding a horse but more often wielding a sickle. Surrounding it are dead and dying people from all classes, including kings, bishops, and commoners.
Meaning: Unlikely that this card actually represents a physical death. Typically it implies an end, possibly of a relationship or interest, and therefore implies an increased sense of self-awareness.