The zodiac sign Scorpio rules from October 23 to November 22 of a year.
Scorpio natives are truth-loving and are not satisfied with superficialities or half-truths. They appear very passionate and profound. They are considered introverted and sometimes appear very serious. Behind their facade often hides black humor or sarcasm. The zodiac sign Scorpio symbolizes the breaking through of psychic energies. It stands for depth and a good feeling for people as well as developments.
- Element: water
- Color: iridescent red / green / blue
- Numerology: number 8
- Planet assignment: Pluto; alternatively Mars
- Quality: fixed
- Feminine sign
- Weekday: Tuesday
The zodiac sign Scorpio stands for depth, willpower, determination and mutability. He can transform himself, breaks taboos and conventions. A good psychological intuition and knowledge of human nature characterize him as well as a great depth of feeling and self-discipline. There is an exploratory spirit in him. He is a tracker, combative, has a fascinating personality and a strong desire for further development.
The Scorpio is subject to strong drives and passions. He is chronically dissatisfied, brooding, jealous, aggressive and greedy. Power-hungry, proud, secretive, power-hungry and despotic he appears. He lacks understanding of other people’s weaknesses and does not deal well with complaining people. Scorpio is indiscreet, at times sadistic, and unforgiving. He tends to extremism and blackmails his environment.
Regions of the body addressed: Sex organs
- Disorders of the sexual organs
- bladder problems
- bad skin
- impure blood
- nasal catarrh
Legal Notice About The Diseases
For legal reasons, it is expressly stated at this point that the information given does not include medical advice, diagnosis, recommendation or treatment.
Following the astrological traditions, the mentioned areas belong to the health weak points of the concerned zodiac signs, which can occur, but by no means have to be present.
In case of existing complaints, a doctor or therapist should always be consulted.
The listed overview of the possible diseases has no claim to completeness.