About Scorpio

Kelli Fox
About Scorpio

There are twelve signs in the Zodiac, one for each month of the year. Unfortunately, the signs and the calendar don’t align perfectly. The Zodiac begins in mid-March, not on January 1st and signs span from roughly the 20th or 21st of one month to the 19th or 20th of the next, not the 1st to the 31st.

When someone asks you what your sign is, they’re referring to your Sun Sign — where the Sun was in the Zodiac at the exact moment of your birth. But every other planet in your birth chart is also located in a particular sign, and is influenced by that sign’s unique energy. This explains why everyone who’s born under the influence of the same Sun Sign can still have such vastly different personalities: each of us is made up of a complex and unique combination of influences from the twelve signs, the twelve houses and all the planets, asteroids and points. And having lots of planets in a certain sign in your chart will only intensify that sign’s influence in your life.

Scorpio is symbolized by the Scorpion, which immediately calls to mind that poisonous tail that can lash out and sting when its victims least expect it. Scorpios can be like that when highly upset or pushed into a corner. This is a complex, passionate sign that sometimes acts in passion rather than thinking things through properly first.

A Fixed Water Sign, Scorpio is ruled by both Mars and Pluto, which is where all that passionate intensity comes from, mixed in with emotions that run miles deep like a fathomless ocean — and, of course, the stubbornness to match. Whew — what a combination!

It’s no wonder this sign is known to be incredibly intense. Scorpio has so many things going on under the surface, it’s a wonder it can seem so put together. But that passion and intensity make for a highly compelling personality. Scorpio is one of the sexiest signs of the Zodiac, and its reputation is matched only by its reality as a magnetic, brave sign that can become possessive and vengeful when given proper motivation.

It’s true — Scorpios can make formidable enemies, and they’re only slightly less intimidating as friends. They love to control their surroundings — including the people around them— and often take a behind-the-scenes approach to manipulation. It all comes from a good place, that drive to connect, to know as deeply as they want to be known.

Scorpios make great psychologists, actors and surgeons.

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