Scorpio Horrorscope (October 23 - November 21)
The Wrath of Apollo
This myth is forged from Apollo’s jealousy and possessiveness over his twin sister, Artemis. Artemis, the hunt and wilderness goddess, fell in love with Orion. Apollo, jealous of Orion’s time with Artemis, sent a scorpion to attack Orion. The scorpion triumphed against him, earning its place amongst the stars. In her grief, Artemis placed Orion in the sky. Scorpius is one of the brightest constellations.
People born under Scorpio are just as fiery as the stars that burn in the night sky. Brooding and complex, Scorpios emotionally armor themselves, gleaning information from others they can use against them if needed. Sometimes Scorpios get a bad reputation, and that is usually based on their bold and mysterious nature. Scorpio folks are some of the most intense and amazing people you will meet, just be sure to stay on their good side. Take some time this autumn to appreciate your favorite Scorpio friend (or lover 😘 )
Show them your unyielding devotion by showering your Scorpio with gifts from the Horrorscope Collection.
Bram Stoker, November 8, 1847, gothic author
Albert Camus, November 7, 1913, French Absurdism Philosopher
Charles Manson, November 12, 1934, Cult leader
Winona Ryder, October 29, 1971, Actor
Elsa Lanchester, October 28, 1902, actress/Bride of Frankenstein