Scorpio 2019 Horoscope

Scorpio

2019 Horoscope Scorpio - Overview

Scorpio 2019 Horoscope Overview

Words have power, Scorpio. And that’s especially true for you in 2019, with Saturn and Pluto standing their ground in Capricorn (your third house of communication).

You’ve never been the most talkative sign. But Pluto just keeps digging up truths that demand to be expressed! Fortunately, disciplined Saturn helps you collect your thoughts and choose your words carefully, for maximum impact.

True, sometimes there are no words to express what you’re thinking or feeling—but this year, you owe it to yourself to at least try. After all, you’ve learned a lot about yourself in the last few years… and now it’s time to share some of that hard-earned wisdom with others.

Besides, Scorpio, let’s be real: You’ve still got a few things to learn!

Admitting what you don’t know can make you feel vulnerable—but with the North Node in Cancer all year, it’ll ultimately make you stronger. All three of this year’s solar eclipses (January 5, July 2, and December 25) take place along the Capricorn/Cancer axis, empowering you to break down barriers and connect with others who’ll help you broaden your intellectual and spiritual horizons.

We know you don’t usually think of yourself as a “joiner”… but maybe it’s time to change that? After all, a group of like-minded people can get a lot farther together than they would on their own. Consider this at the new moon on August 30, when five planets in Virgo (moon, sun, Mercury, Venus, and Mars) join forces with Saturn, Pluto, and Uranus in a powerful Grand Earth Trine.

With Mercury in your sign for two months this fall (October 3-December 9, retrograde October 31-November 20), and a new moon in your sign opposite Uranus on October 27, you’ll be more eager than usual to put yourself out there. You don’t have to put all your cards on the table—but if you really want people to understand you, you’ve got to give them something to go on.

After all, Scorpio… isn’t it time your “circle of trust” got a little wider?