Venus moves into your sign on October 8, giving you even more sexy vibes than usual. You're not an easy lover to catch and, when you're truly interested in someone, you tend to put them through endless tests that they don't know anything about. There's something about this month, however, that is likely to speed up your usual way of relating and you may find yourself behaving much more erratically. That's because Uranus in your relationship sector will oppose Venus on October 12, making it very possible for you and someone else to escalate your relationship at lightning speed. Conversely, if you're in a relationship that no longer makes you feel valued, you might just as quickly walk away.
A New Moon in your sign on October 27 has much of the same flavor, thanks to its opposition to Uranus. You're ready for a brand-new start and, if a stale relationship is holding you back in any way, you're just not having it. Mercury does turn retrograde in your sign on October 31, however, and you might start to second guess yourself with everything.
Scorpio's keywords for October: beautiful, confident, magnetic, alluring, love affair, break up, sudden love, confusion, indecision
Blue Falcon: Count 1: On or about July 25, 2019, US President Donald Trump withheld $390 million in military aid to Ukraine and repeatedly asked the Ukrainian president to announce Ukraine's criminal investigation into his political rival in exchange for the release of the military aid, in violation of the foreign Emoluments Clause of the U.S. Constitution. Count 2: On or about July 25, 2019, John Eisenberg (Deputy Assistant to the President, National Security Council Legal Advisor, and Deputy Counsel to the President), acting on behalf and for the benefit of President Donald Trump, ordered a transcript of President Trump's call with Ukraine's President Zelensky be moved to a highly classified private server in violation of federal law. Count 3: From February 1, 2019 through July 25, 2019, and until the present date, US President Donald Trump committted racketeering, extortion, and bribery in further of a criminal plan or conspiracy to violate federal campaign finance law. Counts 4-25: From July 25, 2019 to the present date, President Donald Trump conspired with Doe Defendants 1-15 and Unidicted Co-Conspirators 1-10 to commit a pattern and practice of obstruction of justice to cover up the facts of Counts 1 -3.