Scorpio | Horoscope Expert


Oct 23 – Nov 21

If you want to skip that party and just chill, take a walk or hang out at a cafe? That's your prerogative. You could also go out, enjoy it for a while, then slip out again to do your own thing.

You have enough eyes on you on Monday – no need to draw even more stares. Opt for the less flamboyant outfit (and, as a side note, if you're thinking about asking for a raise, don't). Tuesday and Wednesday are a lot more about friends than anything in your love life, and Thursday and Friday are dominated by your indecision about something that, again, has nothing to do with love. This weekend, your magnetism comes to a head and people may literally be throwing themselves at you. This could have romantic ramifications. Then again it may not. Nevertheless, it's flattering.

You already know a lot about love, but you also have a lot to learn, and you get a memorable lesson during the Mercury-Mars opposition on July 5. Does being verbally aggressive always get you what you want? No. Does talking over your partner or date help you get your point across? No. Are you starting to get the idea, Scorpio?

An opposition between the sun and Pluto retrograde on the twelfth increases your determination, but that can come across as stubbornness if applied in the wrong way. Yes, as a fixed sign you want things your way, but does that mean there’s no room for any compromise? It shouldn’t.

The moon spends time in your mysterious sign on July 20 and July 21, surrounding you with intrigue. You’re anything but an open book, but you expect anyone who’s interested in you to pick up on the subtle hints you leave from time to time. Your perfect match might be a mind reader because everyone else falls just short of your expectations.

An opposition between the egocentric sun and powerful Mars increases assertiveness on the twenty-seventh, so you aren’t afraid to make the first move. You welcome the chance to be in control, but avoid using any kind of underhanded tactics. Even the best of intentions can backfire when applied incorrectly.