Scorpio Sun Aquarius Moon Combinations
Scorpio Sun Aquarius Moon (for ladies)
"Her Illumination: Intelligent.
Her dark side: Difficult.
Because of the complexities of the configuration, I have to explain this somewhat erratic woman to you in astrological terms. Scorpio and Aquarius are both fixed signs giving an inclination towards inflexibility. The rules of those astrological signs, however, are erratic and force changes. Now maybe you'll understand why, for all her determination not to make alterations in her life, she ends up with sweeping, electrifying twists and turns to her lifestyle. Life changes seems to build up slowly against her will, and then gain tremendous momentum. She is then faced with displacement and loss of structure in her life. She's therefore given to periods of emotional turmoil that are very distressing. She's nonetheless a strong personality, intelligent and artistic. She's intolerant of most general opinion and consensus. She has a peculiar, but outstanding, physical attractiveness. She hates the ordinary and routine. She's attracted to people from different cultures, with unorthodox ideas and backgrounds. Extremely gifted, she could reach the top of a number of professions, including medical research. She's given to periods of laziness however, so she's a most unreliable coworker from time to time. During these periods she can be less than honest in her dealings with people, and her inner agitation is too great to concern herself with others. The rest of the time she's an enchanting, curious, active, very sociable creature. She can be the most gentle and loving of mothers. Her husband will alternately receive near worship and total indifference from her during their relationship. Yes, she's difficult. She never quite merges with the rest of the world. But she's fascinating beyond belief. She reeks of the word conquer and it drives men mad. All she's really looking for is a gentle, loving, and understanding soul. Another Scorpio, a Pisces, or a nice Cancer Moon has the best chance. The attractive Aquarius would be too unsettling in the long run, but the fascination is there."
(Taken from The Book of Lovers by Carolyn Reynolds.)
Scorpio Sun Aquarius Moon (for guys)
"His Illumination: Transforms others.
His dark side: Peculiar ideas.
This man is eccentric. He reminds me of a very pleasant and sociable visitor from another planet. He has relationships with "us," likes "us," and reads and studies "us," but never really quite becomes one of "us." That we think him odd or peculiar is of little or no concern to him. His intellect is tuned in to the scientific and pseudo scientific. His first toy was probably a computer. His first word was "star-ship." He is often a loner amidst a crowd of adoring worshipers. He usually finds a devoted spouse who lets him wander around doing his own thing. He is entertaining, fun loving, exciting, unpredictable, and unfortunately, often unreliable. He is an inventor and if routine work is required to support the family, well, adios family. Unless you all pitch in together to support him and his latest discovery, he will leave. He is prophetic and can visualize the society in the next few decades. But the way he starts inventing for it leaves the more practical of us at a loss. I mean food on the table tonight comes first to the rest of the world, does it not? He is just as confused as to why you don't see it all his way as he is about your narrow, practical views, for he is gentle soul, kind and sweet. All he wants is peace and lighthearted surroundings. Why is everyone yelling that he missed work again to sleep on a book and see if he could absorb it's contents? Don't they understand the importance of his experiments? Emotionally pleasant, he acts like he is unsure as to who you and the children are. If work interferes with his projects he'll put the phone in the oven so he can't hear work calling. I mean it, this man can go off on some real tangents. Are you up to it? Be Aquarius, Pisces, maybe Cancer. Don't have your feet planted solidly on the ground, and be careful."
(The Book of Lovers by Carolyn Reynolds.)