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Your Horoscope for Scorpio
Scorpio is a sign that likes to keep their focus. Friends and family see that you are intense, but that’s what is so admirable in you. Once you make a goal, you stick to it and see it through—no excuses.
My mother, who taught me astrology, once said to me that although Virgo gets a great deal of credit for being a perfectionist, and indeed, their work is always thorough, polished, and of highest quality, Scorpio’s work is equally so, and the astrologic text never quite underscored that truth enough. My father was a Scorpio, and I can say with good authority that my father was a perfectionist too, so I believe my mother was right. (I was to find she was always right!)
This month will emphasize travel, if you want to go, but knowing how careful you are to do the very best work possible and to always be responsible for your service to your clients and bosses, it might be hard for you to slip away for a holiday. I think you should find a way to take a trip in July because your professional life is about to become quite active soon. It might be hard to go away in August. July will be your joyous time to go.
Stay with me all the way to the end, for your biggest moment of the month will occur at the end of the month with the new moon in Leo. First, we have so much to discuss.
The month opens with the support of a gorgeous new moon, which actually appeared before July arrived, on June 28, in the compatible sign of Cancer, 7 degrees. That favorable new moon will exert a strong flow for weeks to come, and it will coax you to take a very long trip, one overseas or to a location that will require your passport. This new moon comes with lovely support from Uranus, so it’s likely your partner will surprise you with a spontaneous travel idea. Saturn is in your fourth house of home, so if you have to move, you may find the perfect space early in the month. Alternatively, if you do travel, there is indication that with a new moon in Cancer, your ninth house, you would bring your children and maybe one or both of your parents, too.