Your 2013 horoscopes: Scorpio

by Kate Matharu Google+ on Thursday, 20 December 2012


Towards the end of last year, you may have felt a shift in your energy and direction. You could have found yourself thinking that life is short, and if you don't get a move on you'll never do half those things you want to do. So, you begin the year with fire in your belly and a steely determination. You could indeed, achieve much in 2013, although in keeping with the austerity of the times, you may not reap all the benefits of your hard work until later in 2014. I know that seems a long time, but you will learn so much that is valuable from your struggles, and when that success comes, it will be all the sweeter. Not only Saturn but two eclipses fall in Scorpio, making this a year of extraordinary highs and lows, many of them linked to your love life. Returning to Saturn once more: you make your mark under this planet, as many of you will discover this year; you'll also discover who and what are worthy of your loyalty and efforts.

Fab Dates:  7 March, 25 April, 19 July, 7 August, 1 September

Drab Dates: 7 January, 1 April, 1 May, 2 & 17 November


Even wonderful developments can prove challenging, and 2013 is certainly that - challenging. It will be pointless digging in your heels and willing people and situations to go your way, you'll need to be flexible and tolerant. You're going to have to work with people and accept that sometimes your ways are not the best ways. Health could prove to be another challenge, whether you're on a mission to get fitter and trimmer or because you are more vulnerable: pay attention to any anomalies and don't force yourself beyond your limits. 2013 could be a terrific year financially-speaking, but new people in your life also bring rewards: this may manifest as new members of the family, friends or lovers. Consider you are reaping the benefits of your good karma.

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