Your Horoscope by Susan Miller
Ever since Jupiter entered this part of your chart on December 19, 2020, Scorpios have been on the move. If you are one of those Scorpios who wants to move, start looking soon, and don’t settle for anything less than your dream residence. If you want to stay where you are now, you can fix up your décor, make repairs, paint, stage a renovation or refurbishing, or hire a landscape artist to create a perennial garden that blooms year-round. Watch October 15 as a day you could hit on the right space or solve another home-related question. No doubt about it, this is your year to feather your nest.
You will have amazing family support now too—your family loves you and it will show.
Romantically, you’ll have quite a hypnotic quality about you in the first week of October while Venus spends her last days in Scorpio before moving on to Sagittarius on October 7. Your best romantic days will be over the weekend of October 2-3 when Venus in Scorpio will signal your other ruler Pluto—an intensely romantic day will result. Fortunately, this heavenly date falls over the weekend of October 1-2. It would be a romantic idea to spend a night in a charming B&B in a natural setting.
As said, as the month winds down, Mars will move into Scorpio on October 30 to stay until December 13, and the pace of your life will pick up noticeably. Mars rules passion, too. From now until mid-December your haunting charm, subtle but unmistakable, will be noticeable and visible to one and all. You have a lot to look forward to in the coming weeks.
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