Venus in Scorpio: The Cycle of Life

These are called Yooperlite rocks. They are found in the Upper Peninsula of Michigan, near Lake Superior. Under a UV light they glow orange. You would never know that without investigation and digging, which is very Scorpio, but they sure are pretty, which is very Venus.

Last weekend I went on a vacation to the Upper Peninsula. I hadn’t even thought of Venus being in Scorpio at the time, but that’s exactly what my trip represents. I remember the moment I realized it. I just stood there with a smile. I know Venus in Scorpio is not always love and rainbows, but neither is life. That’s the story I’m about to write.

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You must grow strong enough to love the world, yet empty enough to sit down at the same table with its worst horrors. ― Andrew Boyd

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