When you’re a Scorpio Sun Sagittarius Moon person, you have two modes: Ancient Sphinx and Stream-Of-Consciousness Wild Thing. One moment you’re guarded, an enigma. Your persona is so mysterious that people wonder who the hell you are. They make up strange rumors about you. Scorpios can be at home in bed with lavender tea reading a guide to bio-hacking their ferritin levels and people will swear they saw them behind a police barricade or at a secret club. They don’t follow conspiracy theories because they are a conspiracy theory.
Scorpios don’t follow conspiracy theories because they are a conspiracy theory.
Scorpio Sun people are fanatical about their privacy. They shield themselves with heavy dark sunglasses, aided by spirits of indeterminate origin. But when their Moon is in Sagittarius, well, it’s cognitive dissonance. Sagittarius Moon people like to share, over-share and share again. They share personal info (theirs, yours, the neighbors,) like it’s a slam poetry competition. Sharing and being candid about themselves is vital for the emotional wellbeing of this Moon sign.
Scorpio Suns tell the truth about who they are to themselves, every night at whatever witching hour they deem appropriate. Sagittarius Moons live-beam it to the world, anytime. They feel it is their spiritual obligation to transmit their essence. They’re allergic to artifice and feel that with-holding is manipulative. Scorpio? They see it as strategic.
Are they conflicted? No. But they sure as Pluto scramble the synapses of people around them. One moment they’re vibing intense, maybe too emotionally invested. The next? They’re, well, they’re gone. When you’re a Scorpio Sun Sagittarius Moon, you handle things by making sudden, sharp and rapid withdrawals from scenes that seem too heavy. This is the case even if you were the one applying the pressure in the first place.
The upside? Off-the-scale charisma levels and high-end espionage skills.
Image: Jackie Magazine 1970s