Friends, Health, Colors, Stones

Scorpio as a rule are very slight and thin in their early yeas, but put on weight and are inclined to corpulency after reaching middle life.

Scorpio will find their most lasting friendships and unions with people born in their own period and between June 21 to July 20-27, from February 19 to March 20-27.

The most suitable colors for Scorpio are all shades of crimson, and blue.

The born stones for Scorpio are turquoise, the ruby, and all red stones.
corresponding tarot card
The emperor element : Water planet: Mars, Pluto

Current Scorpio horoscope

For the week of: March 2 th - March 8 th, 2009

This week is highlighted by dreams, wishes, and fantasies about love, and you may be infatuated with someone you meet at this time, only to be disappointed later when you discover this person does not fulfill all of your expectations. You are simply not seeing people objectively now. Your imagination is very active and creative, however, and so is your yearning for something beautiful. The artist in you emerges, and your creations please and inspire you. This time is filled with stimulating discussions about controversial topics, unusual or offbeat ideas, or "crazy" schemes.

Lucky numbers for this week are: 2, 8, 14, 18, 32,

Character of person born in November

Intense, deep, magnetic, powerful, secretive, sexual

The sign of Scorpio is represented by two symbols, that of the Scorpio and the Eagle. Scorpio seem to be a mass of contradictions. The best and the worst seem to make Scorpio their chosen battlefield. Scorpio are usually extremely pure-minded, virtuous, and religious, but once their nature is roused they are often found to swing in opposite direction. Scorpio have great magnetic power, and as speakers appeal to the emotions and sentiments of their public more than to logic. They have excellent power in writing, are intensely dramatic in their gift of description, and are unusually versatile in their talent.

Celebrities: Some Famous Scorpio

Grantland Rice, sportswriter (NY Her Trib 1914-30, Colliers 1925-37)
Karel Paul van der Mandele, financier/director (Rotterdamsche Bank)
Sholem Asch, Poland, Yiddish novelist/playwright (Three Cities)
Hermann Broch, Austria, novelist (Sleepwalkers, Bewitchment)
Max Trapp, composer
Philip John Noel-Baker, statesman/disarmament advocate (Nobel 1959)
James Barton, NJ, Broadway actor (Tobacco Road, Iceman Cometh)
Dirk Vollenhoven, Dutch composer/philosopher
Alexander Alekhine, Russia, world chess champion (1927-35, 37-46)
Edmund Blunden, English poet/critic (Undertones of War)
Naomi Mitchison, author (African Heroes, Return to Fairy Hill)
Eugen Jochum, Babenhausen Bavaria, German conductor (Hamburg Orch)
Nordahl Grieg, Norwegian poet/dramatist/novelist (The Defeat)

Kate Linder, Pasadena Ca, actress (Esther Valentine--Young & Restless)
Maxine Nightingale, English soul singer
Alfre Woodard, Tulsa Okla, actress (St Elsewhere, Extremities)
Frank Gilligan, Queens NY, singer (Mason Dixon-Karen Comes Around)
Mark Reynolds, San Diego Calif, star yachter (Olymp-8th-1988, 92, 96)
Rita Crockett, San Antonio Tx, volleyball player (Olympic-silver-1984)
Bobby Dall, rocker (Poison-Every Rose Has a Thorn)
Willie McGee, SF CA, outfielder (St Louis Cardinals, NL MVP-1985)
Adam Lingner, NFL center (Buffalo Bills)
Bruce Baumgartner, Haledon NJ, wrestler (Oly-gold/br-84, 88, 92, 96)
Mardi Jacquet, Chƒteauroux Calif, playmate (October, 1980)
Robert Harold Lohr, Cincinnati OH, PGA golfer (1988 Walt Disney)
Rosalyn Nideffer, Durban S Afr, tennis star (1993 Futures-Midland MI)

William H Dana, pilot (X-15)
Monica Vitti, [Ceciarelli], Rome Italy, actress (Tigers in Lipstick)
Thomas J Manton, (Rep-D-NY, 1985- )
Aneta Corsaut, Jutchinson Ks, actress (Helen Crump-Andy Griffith)
Jeremy Brett, actor (Sherlock Holmes, Freddie-My Fair Lady)
Louis W Sullivan, US Sec of Health & Human Services (1989- )
Michael S Dukakis, (Gov-D-Mass, 1988 Pres Candidate)
Derek Richardson, cricketer (played one innings for England 1957)
Hans Janmaat, Dutch MP (CD)/(fascist)
Jeremy Brett, Berkswell England, actor (Adventures of Sherlock Holmes)
Roy Emerson, Australia, tennis player (Wimbledon-1964, 65, US Open-61)
Lynn Woolsey, (Rep-D-California)
Paula Wayne, Hobart Okla, vocalist (Everything's Great)
Terrence McNally, St Petersburg Fla, playwright (Bad Habits)
Dieter Acker, composer

David Williams, WI cricket wicket-keeper (3 Tests 1992)
Michael Heidt, hockey defenseman (Team Germany 1998)
Fiona Pike, Adelaide Australia, golfer (S Aust State champ 1993/94)
Erik Norgard, NFL center/guard (Houston/Tennessee Oilers)
Gregory Scott [Koenig], Dearborn Mich, guitarist (Signs of Life)
Bubba McDowell, NFL safety (Carolina Panthers)
Kathy Griffin, Chicago, comedienne (Vicki Groener-Suddenly Susan)
Kool Rock, [Damon Wimbley], rapper (Fat Boys-Jail House Rock)
Petra Verkaik, Los Angeles Ca, playmate (Dec, 1989)
Alex Rousseau, Paris France, US water polo 2m Offense (Oly-4th-92, 96)
Asif Mujtaba, cricketer (Pakistani lefty batsman)
Eric Karros, Hackansack NJ, infielder (LA Dodgers)
Carlos Baerga, Puerto Rico, infielder (Cleveland Indians)
Domingo Cedeno, La Ramona Dom Rep, infielder (Toronto Blue Jays)
Osvaldo Fernandez, Holguin Cuba, pitcher (SF Giants)

Stuart Havelock Hollingdale, anthropologist
Bill Walton, NBA center (Portland Trailblazers, Boston Celtics)
Sylvester Louis Adams, murderer
Mike Score, Liverpool England, rock guitarist (Flock Of Seagulls)
Rob Fisher, Bath England, rock keyboardist (Naked Eyes)
David Moyse, Adelaide Australia, rock vocalist (Air Supply)
Jon-Erik Hexum, Tenafly NJ, actor (Voyager, Cover-up)
Bryan Adams, Vancouver BC Canada, singer (Heaven)
Mark West, NBA center (Detroit Pistons)
Ren‚ Froger, Dutch singer (Everything Can Make a Man Happy)
Charles O Hobaugh, Bar Harbor ME, Capt USMC/astronaut
Brian Wheat, rock bassist (Tesla-Psychotic Supper)
Andrea McArdle, Phila, actress (Annie)
Hans Gilhaus, soccer player (Vitesse)
Tatum O'Neal, LA Cal, Mrs John McEnroe (Paper Moon, Little Darlings)
Frank Pollack, NFL tackle (SF 49ers)

Alfred Williams, NFL defensive end (SF 49ers, Broncos-Superbowl 32)
Chad Curtis, Marion IN, outfielder (NY Yankees, Detroit Tigers)
Edward Linskens, soccer player (PSV)
Kelly Rutherford, Elizabethtown Kentucky, actress (Generations)
Vlast Plavucha, hockey forward (Team Slovakia 1998)
Bryan Abrams, Okla City, singer (Color Me Badd-I Want to Sex You Up)
Don Wengert, Sioux City IA, pitcher (Oakland A's)
Eric Mueller, KC MO, rower (Olympics-silver-1996)
Ethan Hawke, Austin Texas, actor (Dad, Dead Poets Society, Explorers)
Maa Tanuvasa, NFL defensive tackle (Denver Broncos-Superbowl 32)
Patrick Burke, CFL cornerback (Saskatchewan Roughriders)
Rich Braham, tackle (Cincinnati Bengals)
Derrick Alexander, NFL wide receiver (Cleve Browns, Baltimore Ravens)
Anthony Brown, NFL tackle (Cin Bengals)
Vicki Movessian, ice hockey defenseman (USA, Oly-98)
Taje Allen, kicker (St Louis Rams)
Mike Maurer, CFL fullback (Saskatchewan Roughriders)
Laurie Baker, ice hockey forward (USA, Oly-gold-98)

James Hashow, composer
Jim Watkins, Phila, actor (Jerry-Magician)
Joe Niekro, baseball knuckler (NY Yankees)
Judy Tenuda, comedienne (Spotlight Cafe)
Alexa Canady, 1st black woman neuro-surgeon/educator
Augusto Gen'un Alcalde, Buenos Aires, 1st S Amer Zen teacher
Dan Duva, boxing promoter/producer (Howard Stern New Years Party)
Nick Gilder, London England, singer (Hot Child in the City)
Lucinda Green, English equestrian
Denise Jannah, [Zeefuik], Suriname jazz singer (Farmer's Market)
Christopher Knight, NYC, actor (Peter-Brady Bunch)
Jonathan Palmer, formula-1 racer
Kathy McMillan, long jumper (Olympic-silver-1976)
Jack Wyngaard, dancer

Martin Peters, British soccer player
Bonnie Bramlett, rock vocalist (Delandy & Bonnie)
Rodney Desborough Slater, rocker (Bonzo Dog Band)
Arnold Rosner, composer
David Jessel, British TV-reporter
Judith Lang Zaimont, composer
Roy Wood, Birmingham England, rock vocalist/celloist (ELO)
Tony Mann, Aust cricket leggie (1977 century as nightwatchman v India)
Margaret Rhea Seddon, Murfreesboro Tenn, MD/astro (STS 51D, 40, SK:58)
Minnie Ripperton, Chicago, singer (Loving You)
Dale A Gardner, Fairmont Minn, Cmdr USN/astronaut (STS 8, STS 51A)
Al Berger, rocker
Bonnie Raitt, Burbank CA, country singer (Green Light, The Glow)
Larry Burnette, rocker (Firefall)

Howard Shanet, Brooklyn NY, conductor (Night of the Tropics)
Spiro Theodore Agnew, (R) 39th VP (1968-75), crook
Ivo Rudolph Jarosy, film scholar/exhibitor
Viktor Chukarin, USSR, gymnist (Olympic-gold-1952, 56)
Alice [Davis] Coachman, Albany Ga, high jumper (Olympic-gold-1948)
Dorothy Dandridge, Cleveland OH, actress/singer/dancer (Porgy & Bess)
Carel W H Boshoff, South African head (Broederbond/Volkswag)
Anne Sexton, Newton Mass, poet (Live or Die; Pulitzer 1967)
Wim Bosboom, Dutch radio/TV host
Alexandra Nikolayevna Pakhmutova, composer
Severn Darden, actor (Luv, President's Analyst, Saturday the 14th)
Charlie Jones, Ft Smith Ark, sportscaster (Almost Anything Goes)
Tommy Greenhough, cricketer (English leg-spinner in 4 Tests 1959-60)

Ann Reinking, Seattle, dancer/actress (All the Jazz, Micki & Maude)
Jack Scalia, Bkln NY, actor (Berrengers, Hollywood Beat)
Morris Hatalsky, San Diego CA, Nike golfer (1993 NIKE White Rose-2nd)
Pat Severs, Camden SC, country singer (Pirates of Miss-Fred Jake)
Mario Cipollina, California, rock bassist (Huey Lewis & The News)
Jack Clark, Penns, all star outfielder (Giants, Cards, Yanks, Padres)
Matt Craven, Port Colborne Ontario, actor (Juror, Killer, K2)
Sinbad, comedian/actor (Different World, At the Apollo)
Chris Joyce, rocker (Simply Red)
Jodi Anderson, Chicago Ill, US long jump champ (1978-81)
Frank Maudsley, rock bassist/vocalist (Flock Of Seagulls)
MacKenzie Phillips, Alexandria Va, actress (Julie-1 Day at a Time)
Lee Cross Rinker, Stuart FL, PGA golfer (1995 Greater Milwaukee-6th)
Rick de Leeuw, Dutch singer (Tr”ckener Kecks)/songwriter/producer

Bernhard Heiliger, sculptor
William Proxmire, (Sen-D-WI, 1957-88) (Golden Fleece Awards)
Eladio Rusconi, writer/publisher/businessman
Julien-Fran‡ois Zbinden, composer
[Dallas] Mack/McCord Reynolds, US, sci-fi author (Earth War)
Jurg Baur, composer
Stubby Kaye, NYC, actor (Guys & Dolls, Lil' Abner, Cat Ballou)
Roy Jenkins, British MP (Labour)
Maila Nurmi, Petsamo Finland, actress (Vampira)
Kurt Vonnegut Jr, Ind, author (Slaughterhouse Five, Sirens of Titan)
Piet J A van der Sanden, Dutch MP (CDA)
Rusi Modi, cricketer (strong Indian batsman in post-War years)
Jonathan Winters, Dayton OH, comedian (J Winters Show, Mork & Mindy)
Lord Wolfson, English multi-millionaire

Wallace Shawn, NYC, actor (My Dinner with Andre, Princess Bride)
Booker T Jones, organist [or Dec 11]
Johan van Doorn, [Johnny the Selfkicker], Dutch poet (War & Porridge)
Al Michaels, Bkln, sportscaster (ABC Monday Night Baseball/Football)
Michael Bishop, US, sci-fi author (Nebula, Stolen Faces)
Neil Young, Toronto, singer/songwriter (Cosby, Sills & Young)
Valerie Leon, London England, actress (Blood from Mummy's Tomb)
Donald Roeser, rock guitarist/vocalist (Blue Oyster Cult)
J C Crowley, rocker
Patrice Leconte, director (Monsieur Hire, Hairdresser's Husband)
Errol Brown, Kingston Jamaica, rock vocalist (Hot Chocolate)
Arthur "Pooch" Tavares, rocker

Martin Bresnick, composer
Joe Mantegna, Chicago Ill, actor (House of Games, Weeds)
Sheila Frazier, NYC, actress (Gloria-Lazarus Syndrome)
Roger Steen, rock guitarist/vocalist (Tubes)
Terry Reid, rock guitarist (River, Bang Bang You're Terry Reid)
Whoopi Goldberg, [Caryn Johnson], NYC, actress (Color Purple, Burglar)
Gilbert Perreault, NHL center (over 500 goals)
Beth Anders, Norristown Penn, field hockey sweeper (Oly-bronze-1984)
Bill Gibson, Calif, rock drummer (Huey Lewis & The News)
Janet Collins, ballerina, 1st Black dancer with Opera Co (Aida)
Andy "the Clobberer" Ranken, English pop drummer (The Pogues)
Larry Miller, comedian (Dream On, Favor, Dream Lover)
Tracy Scoggins, Galveston Tx, actress (Colbys, Gumshoe Kid)

Sherwood Schwartz, Passaic NJ, TV creator (Brady Bunch, Gilligan Is)
Veronica Lake, [Constance Ockleman], actress (I Married a Witch)
Johnny Desmond, Detroit Mich, singer (Your Hit Parade)
Brian Keith, Bayonne NJ, actor (Bill-Family Affair, Loneliest Runner)
Boutros Boutros Ghali, Egyptian secretary-general of UN (1992- )
Johan R Kjell‚n, Swedish sociologist
Marina Candael, Flemish dancer/choreography (Rhapsody in Blue)
Margaret Courtenay, actress (Royal Flash, Duet for One)
Arthur Frank "Peter" Shore, egyptologist
Billy Jim Layton, composer
Kenneth J Gray, (Rep-D-IL, 1955-75, 85- )
Leonid B Kogan, Dnepropetrovsk Russia, violinist (Lenin Prize-1952)
Phyllis Avery, NYC, actress (Alice-George Gobel Show, Ruth-Mr Novak)
Narciso Yepes, Lorca Spain, guitarist (Orquesta Nacionale 1947)

Pierce Manning Butler Young, Mjr Gen (Confederate Army), died in 1896
Aleksei N Apuchtin, Russian poet/friend of Tsjaikovski [NS=11/27]
Adolf Bartels, German folk art writer
Gerhart Hauptmann, Germany, author (Before Dawn-Nobel 1912)
Robert marquess of Flers, French author (Habit Vert)
Schack August Steenberg Krogh, Denmark, physiologist (Nobel-1920)
Bela Reinitz, composer
Lewis Stone, Worcester Mass, actor (Prisoner of Zenda)
Franklin P Adams, Chicago Ill, columnist (Information Please)
Felix Frankfurter, Vienna Aust, 80th Supreme Court Justice (1939-62)
Pedro Sanju n, San Sebastian, Spain, composer (Castilla)
Georgia O'Keefe, Sun Prairie Wisc, sculptor/painter (Cow's Skull)
Hitoshi Asida, Japanese politician
Marianne Moore, St Louis, poet (Pulitzer 1951, Collected Poems)


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