Scorpio II

The Scorpio II period takes Depth as its central image. In the Scorpio II period, contact is made with unconscious and chthonic forces capable of effecting transformative changes in a person.

The days which comprise Scorpio II symbolically reveal the more serious side of human life, and the ability to go beyond ordinary experience through a revelation, metamorphosis and probing of the internal and external world. As when oil is struck and a geyser explodes, tremendous energies can be released from the deep layers of the unconscious. Such energies must of course be well-directed or destruction could easily result. Ideally, powerful new insights may result at this time.

The Scorpio II Personality

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Moon In Scorpio

When the Moon is in Scorpio

Regardless of what your Moon sign is, for a couple of days each month we will all feel the influence of the Scorpio Moon. This means you’ll react a little more sharply and with that stinger Scorpio is known for. You may feel things a little more passionately, or you may be willing to go to extremes that you might not otherwise go to. The Moon in Scorpio isn’t known for being low-key!

This is also a time of when you’ll look within to truly understand the depths of your feelings. This period of introspection could lead to greater self-awareness as well as an awareness of those around you. The ability to get in touch with the intricacy of your own emotions gives you the insight needed to understand others’ motivations. Don’t be surprised if you have a few light bulb moments during this time.

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Scorpio And Fatal Attraction

More Stinger Insight: A quiet and sober reality is that the combination of extreme possessiveness, jealousy and dominance inherent in the Scorpio personality can result in Scorpio relationships with shades of domestic violence. Perhaps no other sign if more linked to love affairs that shift into fatal attractions or traumatic crimes of passion. People with an abundance of planets in the 8th house or with tense Pluto -Mars aspects may also participate in violent relationships, either as initiator or victim since both the 8th house and Pluto are naturally associated with Scorpio. The downward spiral of a Scorpio relationship into the realm of abuse is often a surprise even to Scorpio, who is consciously acting on the need to possess and maintain…. by any means necessary.  Rarely does Scorpio consciously desire to hurt the ones they love. When they do, it is often only verbal or psychological wounding. Signs that a Scorpio’s wrath could turn physical (& even fatal): The Scorpio man or woman has a habit of physically

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The Scorpion and the Frog

One day, a scorpion looked around at the mountain where he lived and decided that he wanted a change. So he set out on a journey through the forests and hills. He climbed over rocks and under vines and kept going until he reached a river.

The river was wide and swift, and the scorpion stopped to reconsider the situation. He couldn’t see any way across. So he ran upriver and then checked downriver, all the while thinking that he might have to turn back.

Suddenly, he saw a frog sitting in the rushes by the bank of the stream on the other side of the river. He decided to ask the frog for help getting across the stream.

“Hellooo Mr. Frog!” called the scorpion across the water, “Would you be so kind as to give me a ride on your back across the river?”

“Well now, Mr. Scorpion! How do I know that if I try to help you, you wont try to kill me?” asked the frog hesitantly.

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Jupiter in Scorpio Intuitive, Magnetic, Self-Reliant

Jupiter is the largest of all the planets in Astrology. It is known as the “greater benefic,” meaning it is also the most beneficial of all the planets. Jupiter is responsible for the expansion, growth, and optimism in our lives. It symbolizes good luck and fortune, and is associated with the higher mind, philosophy, truth, and religion. Jupiter has a reputation for blessing us with luck and abundance, and this could come from its ability to give us a larger lens through which we can view the world.

It makes for an interesting — and complex — cosmic combination when outgoing Jupiter moves into inward-looking Scorpio. The normally optimistic outlook of the giant planet is tempered by a need to consider the complications that could arise from our actions. While this energy may take our greatest hopes and dreams down a notch, it does offer a much-needed reality check that helps us get concrete results.

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Truths About Having Sex With A Scorpio

Brace yourself for some seriously hot stuff.

Scorpios have an unfair rap for a lot of things, like being the sign most associated with demonic possessions and serial killers. (Really.)

However, we totally deserve the reputation we have for being the sexiest sign of the zodiac. Sex with a Scorpio is just sexier than sex with any other sign because sex is our thing.

Really, remember in Chris Rock’s song “No Sex (In The Champagne Room)?” Even he explains: “Scorpio, you’re gonna die f*ckin’.”

Still, it’s not all sunshine and rainbows and whips and chains. Here are nine sometimes hard-to-swallow truths about having sex with a Scorpio. Brace yourself, kids.

1. Scorpios have an endless sex drive. 

If you were born between October 23 and November 21, no matter what your age or gender, you will have the libido of a somewhat perverted 15-year-old boy. If you’re with a Scorpio, he or she will be ready and willing whenever you are. Unless you make them angry, in which case, join the witness protection program and hope for the best.

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Brutal Truths About Loving A Scorpio

Don’t even bother trying to figure a Scorpio out.

True story: I was once minding my business, drinking green tea in Starbucks, when this woman I’d never met approached me and said, “Are you a Scorpio? You guys are horrible people.”

She was mostly right: I am a Scorpio, and I am a horrible person. But being a horrible person has little to do with my astrological sign, which if anything should be one of my few redeeming qualities.

Here’s why: Scorpios are regarded as the sexiest sign in the zodiac, and we’re also too honest to say that we don’t enjoy bragging about that fact. (And it is a fact, or at least as much fact as the rest of astrology is.)

We’re a fixed sign ruled by both Mars and Pluto, because why settle for one planet when you’re this cool? (And yes, Pluto was declared a planet again, which we all saw coming because, well, I’ll get to that in a minute.)

As amazing as we are, dating a Scorpio isn’t always easy — just ask this guy. If you are dating (or have dated) a Scorpio, chances are the following things are true.

And if you’re planning on dating a Scorpio zodiac sign, don’t say we didn’t warn you.

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Three Different Types Of Scorpio People

The deaneries are 36 groups of small constellations that rise consecutively on the horizon through each terrestrial rotation. Because each one appears every 10 days the Greeks called them dekanos, or “chief of ten”. The new star systems that according to experts in astrology modify the behavior and destiny of those born even within the same sign. In today’s article, we will show the differences and fundamental characteristics of the 3 types of Scorpio

Group One

They tend to get involved in the pursuit of pleasure when they are young. The planet that governs them is Mars. The person born under this dean may have the power equivalent to the other two, possessing the strongest characteristics of his symbol. Extremely brave, magnetic and with many resources, in addition to the mystery that has always described them. By nature, they are secret and reserved, despite that they love being the focus of attention, although no one will ever know. They are deeply passionate and are blessed with enthusiasm and energy. In love, they are completely dedicated and loyal to their peers, demanding reciprocal treatment. They detest betrayal and usually suppose the end of their relationships. The most negative thing is that they can feed their rancor and crave revenge

Group Two

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The History Of Scorpio

THE HISTORY OF SCORPIO

The astrological sign of Scorpio does not coincide with the constellation of Scorpius. In the zodiac, this sign is located between Libra and Sagittarius, taking the eighth 30 degrees on the zodiacal circle. Scorpio is a fixed sign that comes after the autumn has begun in Libra. From a point of Libra’s fallen Sun and the darkness that has come, the end of life as we knew it since the spring, Scorpio is the fixed quality of this change. This is exactly why we observe it as a sign of death. As opposing to Taurus in which everything blossoms through the stable phase of spring, in Scorpio everything dies down, falls asleep and nature ends one cycle to enter the cold winter.

To understand the significance of this constellation, we have to be aware of the fact that the claws of this scorpion represent the constellation of Libra. The name Scorpius speaks of one specific scorpion, rather than a creature itself, pointing to the specific nature of the sign, too. This constellation has been recognized by the Babylonians, just like many other constellations, and its name from that time can literally be translated as “the creature with the burning sting.”

The biggest star in the constellation of Scorpius is Antares, also known as “the rival of Mars” because of its reddish color. It represents the heart of the scorpion and it is one of the four royal stars, known as the Guardian of the West, which connects it to all western locations on the map of the world.

THE MYTH OF SCORPIO

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Christian Grey Jupiter In Scorpio

Jupiter’s effects are to expand our experiences, our knowledge, and our understanding. Jupiter represents optimism, growth, generosity, and abundance.

Jupiter’s transit through intense and passionate Scorpio urges us to go after our hearts’ desires. As Jupiter moves through Scorpio, we learn and understand that in order to heal, we have to cut out the fluff and focus on what really matters to us. Because Jupiter’s nature is extravagant, we must guard against “too much.” Moderation doesn’t come naturally to either Jupiter or Scorpio.

Scorpio is a Water sign. Water signs encompass feelings and emotions, and Jupiter in a Water sign teaches us to embrace our emotions–to understand them, go with our feelings, and express them on a social level. Jupiter in Scorpio encourages us to grow and expand emotionally, and because Scorpio is focused and deep, it encourages us to develop intimacy–with ourselves and with others.

With Jupiter in Scorpio, we attract the most success and good fortune when we put our “all” into a project or undertaking, and when we use our magnetic powers to heal others.

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