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Scorpio On Seventh House Cusp

Scorpio On Seventh House Cusp

Scorpio On Seventh House Cusp

Scorpio in 7th House – Scorpio on the cusp of the Seventh House

In this house is all about partnership, and with Scorpio here, your one-on-one relationships are bound to be deep, intense, powerful, and profoundly intimate. You are all-in when you’re in with someone, sometimes to the point of obsession.

You may be so intense that your partners may find you to be too much (too deep or too controlling), and you scare them off…or you may find that you attract partners that have depths of intimacy that are equal to or even deeper than your own, and they scare you off.

Either way, be aware that partnership is a very serious subject for you, not to be entered lightly. In fact, you may find that you are willing to not engage in any intimacy at all until you are sure that you have a partner who can match you in these ways.

In this location, Scorpio must be very aware of the firmness and constructive philosophy of life that it entertains; in partnership with life itself, it must be from the viewpoint of the consideration of others. Scorpio must identify itself with all of life and see that it is just a part of the mainstream of life.

Scorpio tends to form partnerships from the viewpoint of personal security, but in this particular location, the higher octave of Scorpio should relate itself to the security of being part of the ALL of life. Lack of security on the part of Scorpio often demonstrates itself in the form of possessiveness. With this location of Scorpio, the Scorpion must realize that no one can possess anyone else, or anything, for that matter, for the only permanence, the only reality of life is the spiritual. All material things can disappear or be lost. This partnership with life involves a large degree of letting go, which is often times difficult for the Scorpio to do.

Also, by reaction to the first house, Scorpio on the cusp of the seventh house, the partnership should be more of an extrovert rather than a conservative one.

Last updated on March 18, 2015 at 5:05 pm. Word Count: 352