5-May-2016, 22:26 UT/GMT
|Explanations of the symbols|
|Chart of the moment|
But you can both be demanding, stubborn, and forgiving of your own faults. Therefore each of you may have to learn how to forgive the other's errors and not be so possessive or resistant to changing old habits.
You both understand the importance of loyalty, and relationship matters come first with both of you. Taurus' pragmatism and wish to keep things simple can sometimes irritate Scorpio's need to look at things in depth. And Scorpio's love of drama may sometimes threaten Taurus' calm, sensible approach.
Yet this volcanic combination of Taurean earth and Scorpionic water can generate enormous and enduring attraction. Try not to goad each other, since neither of you is mild in anger and both of you can say or do things the other won't forget. Loosen up a little, and get the best from the relationship by learning to laugh at yourselves.
Ferdinand the Bull, in the famous children's story, is a loveable creature and a perfect Taurean. He amuses himself by smelling the flowers, listening to the birdsong, and enjoying the summer breezes. He's easily contented, at home in his pasture. Then one day he sits on a flower, and on the flower is a bee...You can work out the rest. The story ... read more
Enough has been written about Scorpio's famous passion to make further descriptions redundant. These descriptions aren't strictly accurate either. Scorpios do indeed possess passion in abundance. But the passion may not necessarily be expressed in the obvious way. Sexuality, for Scorpio, is a gateway, a means of reaching a different order of experience. ... read more
Let's strip away the glamour and the smokescreens and see what's underneath. The emotional needs of the Scorpio man are utterly human: affection, acceptance, reassurance, intimacy, love, companionship. In large quantities. Scorpio men cannot bear coldness or falseness in a partner. That mask of detachment is a mask. Remember that. No Scorpio man will ... read more