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Gifts for Scorpio
(October 22 - November 21)
Scorpio typically attracts and is attracted to intensity, healing products, extremes of light and dark, the taboo, secret places, blacks and reds, reptiles.
Scorpio: The Art of Living Well and Finding Happiness According to Your Star Sign
The Little Book of Self-Care for Scorpio
Simple Ways to Refresh and Restore
Pendant & Necklace
Feng Shui Black Obsidian Wealth Bracelet for Men/Women
10k Yellow Gold Scorpio Pendant
Secrets from Beyond The Grave
A good read that embodies Scorpios' favorite themes: death and graves, and fascinated by the concept of hell. Did you know most morticians are Scorpios?
Scorpio loves to dress up in provocative clothing; not that they need it. They are sexy souls and they know they will captivate any audience with or without accessories but they secretly like to wear alluring clothes.
Halloween is Scorpio's holiday. Those born in October are true Scorpios - and black cats are often their favorite symbol.
Black Cat Jewelry
Stainless Steel Scorpio Dog Tag Necklace
For Men or Women
Scorpio Wall Tapestry
Jumbo Birthday Card for Scorpio
8.5 x 11 Inch
Citrine is the Birthstone for Scorpios born in November
Infused with plantary energy |
Scorpio Earrings in GoldAs stated on the Ka-Gold website: "The ancient Egyptian symbols depicted in the jewel are the Egyptian zodiac sign for Scorpio. The ancient Egyptians used Decanic Astrology in which the zodiac signs were further subdivided into periods of 10 days. Small planetary changes in these periods hold special astrological significance.
The symbols and the horoscope as we know it today, make use of the specific time of birth and the astral configuration at the time of birth. This concept was brought to Egypt in the first century from Greece and from there spread to the rest of the world. The basic idea in this concept is that each human being has a fate or a special quality. This concept coincides well with Egyptian culture, which believed that our purpose in life is to fulfill our destiny and prepare for the next world."
The symbol of the Egyptian lotus flower symbolizes the eternity of the soul and the cycle of life and rebirth, illustrated by the fact that the lotus sinks underwater at night and rises again every morning.
The jewel is designed to remind the wearer to find it's destiny and strive to fulfill it.