Scorpio September 2019 Horoscope
The Scorpio September 2019 Horoscope, (Scorpio born October 23 to November 21), including a list of key events for September, a review of Scorpio personality traits (see below), and links to Daily Astrology throughout September 2019.
Scorpio September 2019 Horoscope:
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“Scorpions are strong, commanding, intense, passionate and zealous. Driven, dedicated and loyal, they also are ambitious and security-loving. Inquisitive and ready to learn, Scorpio individuals are intelligent, motivated people, who can contribute amply to any project.”
Scorpio – The Scorpion
Scorpio is the eighth astrological sign in the Zodiac. It is one of the three zodiac water signs. The symbol for Scorpio is the scorpion, and is based on Scorpius, a giant scorpion sent by Gaia to kill Orion. It is believed to be the most powerful sign of the Zodiac and the most misunderstood. Scorpio is ruled by Mars and Pluto.
Colors, Lucky Day, Stone, Numbers for Scorpio
Best colors for the Scorpio (female) is French Violet and (male) Merlot Red. The lucky day for someone born under the Scorpio sign is Thursday, the day of thankfulness and appreciation. Lucky numbers are (female) 2 and (male) 7. Be on the lookout for your power number, 29. The Topaz crystal is the gemstone for the Scorpio and is believed to bring joy, good health and abundance to those that wear it. It helps the Scorpios find their true purpose and destiny.
Scorpio August 2019 Horoscope – What Makes a Scorpio Tick?
Scorpios are intense and passionate. They concern themselves with beginnings and endings. They give the appearance of being withdrawn from the center of activity, but they are only observing. When the time is right, they love a good fight. They never give up because they are not intimidated by anyone because their plan is to dominate. They are the strong men and women of the Zodiac.
Those born under the Scorpio sign make wonderful, loving friends. They are there when friends need help. They only have a few close friends, but those friendships are intense and loyal. They are not attracted to light-hearted friendships or dull personalities.
The Scorpio male likes to be thought of as sexy. His voice is his best feature. He will never settle for less in a woman than what he knows is right for him. He will always tell you the truth, even to a fault. When he finds the right mate, he is loyal and supportive and expects the same in return. He is a determined hard-worker who strives for perfection.
The woman born under the Scorpio sign has a mysterious aura around her. She lives in reality and is capable of taking care of herself. She will not show it, but she loves attention and admiration. Scorpio women are driven to succeed, they work hard and are willing to sacrifice anything to get to their goals.
Scorpios are bright and hard working people. Their careers of choice are often that of doctors, nurses and surgeons. Many go in another direction and are interested in all things deep, dark and hidden. They are naturally curious individuals who value their privacy. Their job of choice would be to work behind the scenes. They would love to be at crime scenes, or in the lab, to gather all physical and visual evidence and testing it for clues. They thrive on details involved in reconstructing crime scenes. Those that prefer to walk on the wild side would make great police officers, crime lab technicians, undercover agents and detectives.
Scorpio August 2019 Horoscope – Famous Scorpio Personalities Include:
John Adams, Chistiaan Barnard, Joseph Biden, Daniel Boone, Milton Bradley, Charles Bronson, Johnny Carson, Ciara, Sasha Cohen, Nadia Comaneci, Michael Crichton, Marie Curie, Leonardo DiCapro, Richard Dreyfuss, Lou Ferrigno, James Garfield, Bill Gates, Ryan Gosling, Billy Graham, Warren G. Hardig, Aaron Hernandez, Bob Hoskins, Jimmy Kimmel, King Charles I, King Edward Vll, Calvin Klein, Marie Antoinette, Mickey Mouse, Nelly, Mike Nichols, Pablo Picasso, James Polk, Gordon Ramsay, Will Rogers, Theodore Roosevelt, Pat Sajak, Jonas Salk, John Philip Sousa, Robert Louis Stevenson, Neil Young.