The Sun leaves diplomatic Libra for intense Scorpio at 1:11 a.m. CDT on October 23. It remains in that sign until Thursday, November 21, at 9:49 p.m. CST. That makes this a good time to find out more about Scorpio, as all of us have all 12 signs in our birth charts and will feel the effects of this change in some aspect of our lives.
It's also a great time to take stock of Hillary Rodham Clinton, a Scorpio born October 26, 1947. Although we don't know yet if she will run for president in 2016, astrology can provide insight into her character and give American voters an opportunity to consider how she might express her Sun sign's traits if she attains the Oval Office.
According to the website's 'Living in Harmony' section, "Scorpios are persistent and strong, have a calm exterior that masks tumultuous emotions, and exhibit a need to probe to get to the bottom of everything. They like to serve a higher purpose, and they like power. They can be secretive, however, and obsessed with the dark side of things."
Scorpio, Hillary Clinton's astrological sign, is known for being persistent and strong, having a calm exterior that masks tumultuous emotions, and exhibiting a need to probe to get to the bottom of everything. by Urbs in Horto and ANB Communications
The website's creator, Jean D. Lachowicz, is a Scorpio and serves as president of Urbs in Horto Communications, Inc., a Chicago firm specializing in web and marketing services for small businesses and non-profit organizations. "While the Scorpios for Hillary website is not in any way affiliated with an organization or campaign, the integrity of the information I present is very important," Lachowicz said. "The astrology on the site is top-notch."
In the coming weeks, it can be helpful to note Clinton's words and actions as the Sun passes through her sign and to reflect on how they express her Scorpionic gifts for endurance and renewal. If she does make another run for president, keeping her underlying Scorpio traits and potentials in mind can be quite useful when deciding whether to vote for her in 2016.
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