Friday, September 25, 2020

What Is Scorpio Season And What Does It Really Mean?

What Is Scorpio Season And What Does It Really Mean?

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The Scorpio is known to be one of the most feared and powerful zodiac signs there is and if you’re a Scorpio, you know that your season is coming as it’s starting soon. According to Donna Page, a professional astrologer “It’s intense. Scorpio is the sign that wants to know secrets.”

“Think of Scorpio season is a time of regeneration where a part of you dissolves and is reborn, like a phoenix, forming a better version of yourself,” says an article in Cosmopolitan. So while we should be wary of our dear, dark Scorpio, we can also take this time to improve ourselves systematically.

The definition for a Scorpio according to Urban dictionary:
Scorpios are kinda scary and intimidating when you first meet them but they are actually kind and caring once you become their friend and one of the best friends you will ever have. Scorpios are not the people that you want to be enemies with if you aren’t their friends Scorpios don’t have any problems being a bitch and will literally destroy you. Scorpios will stick with you through hard times and be by your side whenever they can.

Are we ready?

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