The astrological sign Scorpio zodiac Western
Tropical Zodiac system people born between October 24 and November 22 will be known by their astrological sign Scorpio, and are associated with the constellation Scorpius. The element of the sign Scorpio is water and the color of Scorpio is dark red. The Scorpio is Star Opal Stone and astrological symbol of Scorpio, the Scorpion Stinger, and it is. The opposite sign of Scorpio Sun is Taurus and Scorpio signs are metal steel iron and magnesium. Scorpio is ruled by the planet Mars and is regarded as feminine, introverted defined negative sign. Scorpio is the eighth sign of the zodiac and the quality of Scorpio is fixed.
The characteristics most commonly attributed to Scorpio are intensity and depth, and they are also good for their mysterious ability known as a healer. In general, people of Scorpio Zodiac often passionate and intense with a particular perspective. They are also complex and mysterious with an analytical attitude. The Scorpio people function well in a fascinating and deep and can be more penetrating and suspicious. Scorpio can be ambitious and resourceful with a targeted
and binding. You may also ruthless and vindictive with an air of arrogance about them, because they tend to be jealous and possessive. Scorpios like mysteries and secrets, but can obstinate and moody.
The following is a list of some famous personalities of the zodiac sign Scorpio.
John Adams – October 30, 1735 to July 4, 1826 – Second President of the United States />
Boris Becker – November 22, 1967 – the latest tennis players in the men’s singles title at Wimbledon win
Lisa Bonet – November 16, 1967 – Actress Denise Huxtable on The Cosby Show as
Charles Bronson – 3 November 1921 to 30 August 2003 – actor for his role
Tough Guy known
Richard Burton – November 10, 1925 to August 5, 1984 – Seven-time Oscar-nominated actor
Hillary Clinton – October 26, 1947 – U.S. Senator and candidate for the Democratic nomination
Marie Curie – November 7, 1867 to July 4, 1934 – Physicists, chemists and twice Nobel
Curtis Jamie Lee – November 22, 1958 – Actress for her role in Halloween
Charles De Gaulle – November 22, 1890 to November 9, 1970 – The French Minister General and the Prime
Bo Derek – November 20, 1956 – Actress for her role in Blake Edwards movie 10
Leonardo DiCaprio – November 11, 1974 – Actor, famous for his role as Jack Dawson in Titanic
Richard Dreyfuss – October 29, 1947 – Oscar winner
Jodie Foster – November 19, 1962 – Academy, Golden Globe and SAG actress award-winning
Indira Gandhi – 19 November 1917 to 1931 in October 1984 – Prime Minister of India
Bill Gates – October 28, 1955 – Software mogul and chairman of Microsoft />
Goldie Hawn – November 21, 1945 – Oscar actress, director and producer
Bruce Jenner – October 28, 1949 – athlete, winner of the decathlon at the Olympics 1976 Summer
Grace Kelly – November 12 1929 to 1914 in September 1982 – Oscar-winning actress
Larry King – November 19, 1933 – Award-winning radio and television presenter
Claude Monet – 14 November 1840 to December 5 192 – painter, founder of the Impressionist movement
Demi Moore – November 11, 1962 – actress married to actor Ashton Kutcher
Pablo Picasso – October 25, 1881-April 8, 1973 – for better co-founder of cubism
Julia Roberts – October 28, 1967 – Oscar-winning actress and model
General Erwin Rommel lived – 1891-1944 – The legendary Desert Fox commander of the Afrika Korps Corp.
Carl Sagan – November 9, 1934 to 1920 in December 1996 – looking for extraterrestrial intelligence
Maria Shriver – November 6, 1955 – The First Lady of California Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger married
Ted Turner – November 19, 1938 – entrepreneur and founder of cable television network CNN
Kurt Vonnegut – 11th November 1922 to 1911 in April 2007 – novelist, for better Slaughterhouse-Five
As you get off this list if you are under the sign of Scorpio you were born in good company to see.