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Predictions 2015: Scorpio

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214px-Scorpio.svgScorpio (for those born Oct. 23 to Nov. 21): What’s that we see, Scorpio — a Mona Lisa smile? After two-plus years of serious business, you can finally loosen up and, yes, even smile. That’s because Saturn, the planet of trials and tribulations, exited your sign in late 2014. If, over the past couple of years, you’ve recoiled whenever anyone criticized your appearance or identity, blame Saturn. If your presentation style has become more cautious, inhibited and wary, it’s probably due to Saturn. On the positive side, you could have lost weight or are now rocking a more dignified style. You just seem more comfortable in your own skin. Perhaps you’ve even become known as an authority figure. Thank Saturn.

If you’ve been holding back broadcasting your personal magnetism, Scorpio, now’s the time to let ‘er rip. This year, Mars, one of your planetary co-rulers, will travel through all three air signs – Aquarius (Dec. 5, 2014 to Jan. 11, 2015), Gemini (May 12 to June 23) and Libra (Nov. 13 to Jan. 3, 2016). Air signs symbolize the way thoughts and ideas are exchanged through relationships. After the heavy inward focus of the past couple of years, Mars may welcome the opportunity to learn what others are thinking and talking about. This coming year, then, represents a leap beyond simply trying to figure yourself out; your outlook will be much more social and universal.  [Continued at RulingPlanets.com]

Note: My 2015 predictions originally appeared on Christopher Renstrom’s website RulingPlanets.com. Renstrom is a published author and horoscope columnist for the San Francisco Chronicle and  SheKnows.com. He teaches and practices astrology in Salt Lake City.

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Author: Jerolyn Wroble

Putting hands into the equation, whether it's astrology, hand analysis, hands-on healing or visual art. A practitioner of astrology and Reiki for more than two decades.

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