I think she has described, the Scorpio man point blank. What I liked is the fact that she has elaborated the Scorpio stare.
She let's the girl in love with a Scorpio man distinguish between love and lust. It is true that Scorpio men are known for the loyalty but they can also be brutal heartbreakers. This book helps in finding out whether you are with a keeper or breaker. Also, there are additional chapters such as Scorpio man and eros signs, which help in knowing "what triggers the particular scorpio man".
The book has detailed insight, I loved reading it. Recommended for those in love with a Scorpio man and also for those who are Scorpio themselves.
When the 8th house is affected in synastry, you will feel the hit truly, madly and deeply. However, the planet person may not know at all. Most of the times people don't understand that in synastry house overlays, the planet person is not affected. It is the house person who feels the energy of the planet. The same is applicable for the asteroids and points. The house person is the host while the planet person is the guest. Until unless it has any friend or enemy belonging to the planet person, there is no way the planet person will feel anything. That is why, unrequited love takes place. There are four sensitive points where planets in synastry can affect us deeply such as the ascendant (mind, personality), IC (soul and past lives), descendant (partnerships and open enemies) and MC (family name, public image and professional status). Nevertheless, there are other points that can be extremely personal such as 2nd house cusp (security needs), 5th house cusp (romance and
There are fourteen Yonis in 27 Nakshatras. These 14 Yonis mean, 14 types of sexual organs that denote your personality and nature thus, deciding your compatibility. It is one of the most important matchmaking aspects in the Yoni koota having 4 points against it. We have already covered the ganas in the previous article, this article is solely for the nature of Yonis. The fourteen yonis are ashwa, gaj, mesha, sarpa, shwan, marjar, mooshak, gow, mahish, vyaghra, mrig, vanar, simha and nakul. Nakshatra (Male) Nakshatra (Female) Yoni (Sanskrit) Yoni (English) Inimical Aswini Satabhisha Ashwa Horse Buffalo Bharani Revati Gaja Elephant Lion Pushyami Krittika Mesha Sheep (Goat) Monkey Rohini Mrigasira Sarpa Serpent Mongoose Moola Ardra Swan Dog Deer Aslesha Punarvasu Marjar Cat Rat Magha Purvaphalguni Mushak Rat Cat Uttaraphalguni Uttarabhadra Gow Cow Tiger Swati Hasta Mahish Buffalo Horse Visakha Chitra Vyaghra Tiger Cow Jyeshta Anuradha Mriga Deer (Hare) Dog Poorva
For most people Nessus symbolizes abuse, excessive lust and manipulation. Although, it cannot be denied that it is associated with these qualities, it is unnatural to associate it solely with these things. I have read excessively disturbing interpretations of Nessus on the internet. I really cannot understand why some astrologers have a prejudice against some asteroids and planets. In this article, I will try to clear the air about Nessus and will give an insight about reading him in your chart and synastry. To begin with, Nessus is a centaur of Pluto. So, associating him with darkness, manipulation, obsession, possessiveness and excessive lust is understandable. Nessus is an uncontrolled unevolved Pluto. When he has hard aspects natally, then he shows his dark side but when he has good aspects then he can be a problem solver. Good aspects are aspects from Saturn, Jupiter and Chiron. Most astrologers over the internet want to paint a gruesome picture of Nessus. However, I believe