Which house is Scorpio

 

SCORPIO

Eighth sign of the zodiac, 210 ° -240 °

 

Symbol: The scorpion as a deadly animal: In mythology it is a symbol of death and resurrection (cf. the Egyptian scarab). The sting of Scorpio was added to the "m" symbol for the large autumn constellation (see "The Virgo Symbol"

Season: Autumn (October 23rd to November 21st).

Quality: Female-receptive, yin. Element: water. Fixed, firming, consolidating sign.

Ruler: Pluto. Second ruler: Mars.

House allocation: 8th house (fixed house).

Opposite sign on the zodiac: Bull.

Message / key phrase: I commit to an idea. I bind myself to ideas, goals and people.

Key words: Binding, fixing; die and become.

Characteristics:- Ambivalent, torn, conflicted, contradicting, charged with tension; vengeful, resentful, resentful, stubborn, stubborn; cynical. "Always put your finger on the sore spot." Intolerant of weakness in himself and others; piercing, provocative, confrontational, sarcastic; jealous, controlling, possessive, envious power-oriented, destructive, compulsive, intolerant, opinion-fixated, idealizing.

 

theme

THE SACRIFICATION OF THE PERSONAL FOR THE BENEFIT OF SURVIVAL OF THE KIND OR THE PRESERVATION OF THE SIPPE - THE FIXATION ON ONE TOPIC - IMAGINATIONS SHOULD REGULATE REALITY - THE CURRENT TO OVERCOME THE OLD, SURVIVED - BIRTH OF THE NEW, CHANGED- TRANSFORMATION.

 

Chains of analogy

Corresponds to the "Scorpio" principle. on the different levels

Colours: Blood red, poison green, red and black, black and white, intense, exciting colors, checkerboard pattern; phosphorescent colors.

Odor: Putrid, decaying, hot, smelly, musty (fermentation and putrefaction processes [compost] as the basis of new life).

Taste: Sharp, caustic, putrid, rotten.

Signature (form and shape): Strong contrasts, intense, piercing, haunting, extreme; challenging; covert, profound.

Plants in general: Parasitic plants, carnivorous, tempting flowering, intensely fragrant, but often poisonous plants; Fly agaric; Rowanberry; Moss species.

Trees, bushes: Thuja, yew; Fig tree.

Vegetable fruit: Radish, radishes, leek, onion, garlic; Fig, blueberry.

Flowers: Orchids; Poppy; Autumn crocus.

Spices: Horseradish, watercress.

Medicinal plants: Garlic, sweet flag, hellebore, opium poppy, henbane (Hyoscyamus), stonecrop.

Animals: Predators; Amphibians; Reptiles, lizards; Scorpion, snake, crocodile, pirhana, shark, toad, squid, octopus, octopus, moray eel, eel; Hyena, doberman, bulldog, vulture (vulture); Cuckoo; Zebra; Mosquito, tick, dung beetle, louse, blow fly; Bat.

Materials: Iron, leather, hemp; Humus, compost; Lava;

Minerals, Metals: Onyx, Vesuvian, asbestos, platinum, darker '

Garnet; Iron; Plutonium; Oil.

Landscapes: Marshland, bog, volcanic area (Lanzarote), crater landscapes, hot springs and geysers; Mangrove forests and dense jungle (Amazon).

jobs: All professions that present a strong challenge and are an incentive for personal ambition to perform; Professions that require intuition, depth, research talent and assertiveness; Professions that are subordinate to or are dedicated to an overarching idea (often the idea of ​​"correcting life"); Professions that require criminal or analytical skills or uncover the hidden, occult topics; Professions that have to do with disposal or waste disposal. Psychologist, psychiatrist, therapist; Psychoanalyst; Graphologist; Hypnotist; Surgeon, gynecologist, radiologist, alternative practitioner; Accident doctor; Urologist; Hygiene and sanitary areas; Economist; experimental raw material investigation; Explorer; Cave explorers; Biologist; Pharmacist, chemist; Pharmacist; Security employee, spy, agent, police officer, underground fighter, detective, criminologist; Military; Civil engineer; Car mechanic, locksmith, welder, lathe operator, blacksmith; Recyclers of waste products (recycling); Brewers (fermentation processes); Pest Control and Disinfectant Manufacturers; Gravedigger, undertaker; Executioner prison guard; Philosopher; Theologian; Mystic.

Hobbies, sports: Scorpio's hobbies are often compelled to be perfectionism; playful enjoyment and letting go may be difficult. Otherwise hobbies that enable profound penetration into the matter - such as psychology, philosophy, esotericism; Crime and spy films and novels; Sports that require extreme stamina and discipline: martial arts, marathons.

Means of transport: Submarine, amphibious vehicle.

Living style: The facility has a motto or corresponds to an overarching idea; shape is more important than comfort (e.g. Japanese, Zen style).

Weekday: Tuesday (French mardi, "day of Mars").

Corporate form: States in which the secret service is very important or in which partisans fight; Police state; ideologically oriented states.

Correspondences at the level of the human body: Urogenital tract, rectum, rectum, anus, prostate, urethra, renal pelvis, coccyx, nose, genital organs.

Diseases in general: Diseases of the genital organs, disorders of the excretory functions, autoaggression diseases, allergies, diseases with a fatal outcome (cancer), adhesions (humps).