A month of thanks and humble gratefulness, the latter part of November leads into the world’s most compassionate season of the year. Sagittarians bring that out in people. First, however …
|Tragic & talented Scorpio Vivian Leigh|
Hot off All Hallow’s Eve and Samhain, November still casts compelling birthday spells as it segues through the intense Scorpio to party-planning Sag.
It is no accident that the cryptic Scorpion sign includes the extreme realm of Halloween. The Zodiac sign Scorpio (Oct. 23-Nov 21) has been awarded its own celebratory day of warning: November 18 is National Married to a Scorpio Support Day. (Hmmmm – was it created by one of my exes??)It’s true, of all the months, I know November best – Happy UN-Birthday to me! I am a third generation Scorpio female (the men in our family have never stood a chance), with the only other female descendant – after skipping through an all-male generation – is, yes, a Scorpio. (Witchy!)
While we tend to be moody, brooding, and at times, unapproachable, not to mention frequently reclusive, when needed, we glow like the November golden topaz.
Don’t you find it ironic that the “darkness” of Scorpio’s November is symbolized by the cheery Chrysanthemum? Somebody got their occult wires crossed.
Perhaps that’s why the wacky Married/Scorpio fete shares its day with Mickey Mouse Day, National Apple Cider Day, and Push-Button Phone Day. (You definitely need to be a 39er to appreciate the latter!) *
On the other hand, the rest of the month moves toward Holiday parties with particular glee from Sagittarius (Nov 22-Dec 21). Sag brightens the mood with high energy, exploring people, life, and travel.
We’ll take a longer look at the scintillating Centaur in December. Cool – it’s the Holidays – let’s PAR-ty!
Happy UN-Birthday November 39ers,
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* See all the crazy “happening” calendar days on Brownielocks. Warning! It’s so much fun, you could lose your whole day there.