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Free Scorpio Horoscope for April 2013

March 24, 2013 By: Victoria Bazeley Category: FREE MONTHLY HOROSCOPES, scorpio monthly horoscope

Let’s start with relationships. There’s a lot of energy in April, especially during the second half of the month, in the part of your solar chart that governs your significant other, best friend, spouse, #1 enemy, doppelganger or anyone else you have a particularly close relationship with.

Your chart is all in when it comes to the quest for such a relationship or to extract maximum pleasure from the one you already have. Your sign is also the sign of other people’s money, so sometimes when there’s a lot of energy in this part of your chart, it represents the quest to extract maximum money or resources from the relationship.

April is also job search month in the Scorpio chart. There’s job search energy all month long, but the peak occurs right around the time of the new moon in Aries on the 10th. If you are seeking a new job, now is the time to pursue it with all your Scorpio heart. If it’s money or benefits you are concerned about, go full throttle at the beginning of the month, when the vibes are strongest in your favor.

There is also an important lunar eclipse in your sign on April 25th. You already have Saturn in your sign, so there is a lot of astrological might directed toward Scorpio these days. You may feel the effects of this eclipse any time from about 5 weeks before the date to about 5 weeks after. If you feel it, it is likely to be quite powerful. The purpose of a lunar eclipse is to wrestle something away from you that you’ve been holding on to for far too long, at too high a cost.

A strong lunar eclipse manifestation indicates that either you didn’t realize that what you were holding onto was detrimental or that you did but were afraid to let go of it. At lunar eclipse time, the universe forces the issue, liberates you from something you weren’t sure you wanted to be liberated from, and then lets you spend about half a year or so adjusting to the new reality.

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