Scorpio – a Regenerative and Mysterious Sign

Scorpio – a Regenerative and Mysterious Sign

Natives born under the sign of Scorpio (October 22 – November 22) are interesting, because of their mysterious nature. Getting to know a Scorpio is challenging.

Natives born under the sign of Scorpio (October 22 – November 22) are interesting, because of their mysterious nature. Getting to know a Scorpio is challenging.

The Scorpion is a rugged insect that is incredibly regenerative. If its tail is cut off, it simply grows a new one. Translating this into a description of a human being makes for one, very strong individual.

As a water sign, the attribute of flowing energy gives intuitive abilities, but the fixed nature indicates that the native is not very flexible.

These natives aren’t the kinds who fall apart during a crisis. Placed in the eighth house, the Scorpio individual has incredible regenerative inward capabilities.

When a severe crisis affects this personality, the coping mechanism is a death rebirth state of affairs. A Scorpio individual may go into deep hiding, dwelling in the very darkness of his or her being. Then, like a Phoenix rising up out of its own ashes there is a renewal.

There are differences in evolution that account for a variation in Scorpio types. They are people who are attracted to mysteries. Often inexplicable they are vigilant of keeping guard of innermost secrets. Often delving into paranormal, and otherworldly leanings, the native can unravel his own consciousness and become spiritually advanced.

The weak health correspondence is in the region of the genitals and the nasal bones.

Some can be very unscrupulous, depending on the level of awareness. Power is attractive to the Scorpio personality. Taking a look at this quality along with the regenerative powers we can site Fidel Castro as an example.

Pluto is another power planet that is dark and mysterious like the qualities attributed to a Scorpio influence. This tiny planet has evaded definition for many years. One quality that seems consistent with Pluto’s description is its association with darkness, and the subconscious.

The color is blue green, and naturally the gemstone is turquoise.
A few historical figureheads associated with Scorpio are: Houdini, Nostradamus, J. Edgar Hoover, Picasso, Marie Curie, John Wilkes Booth, Liz Taylor, Caligula, Edgar Allen Poe, Khrushchev, Marilyn Monroe, and Mae West.

It’s entirely possible that more planets were in effect at the time of birth contributing to a true, multifaceted personality type. As always, it’s best to know the entire birth chart astrology of an individual, rather than using only one sign with which to determine the personality.

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