Do you love and trust the stars? Do you feel that constellations may affect the course of our life? Is synastry a part of your decisions? Read about Scorpio baby names and the fundamentals of the Scorpio zodiac symbolism.
If that is your case, then go ahead and read about baby names selection based on sign’s symbolism.
Even if you think that zodiac signs and horoscopes are nonsense, you may still want to go on and read this, because you are desperate for a really nice and suitable name for your baby. So, take your pick, with a little help from stellar movements.
Astrology names are determined based on your child’s date of birth, zodiac sign or sun sign.
We’ve taken into consideration studies that have shown that children who like their names turn out to be more confident and self-assertive than those who do not.
Here you will find out the basic and most concentrated information, concerning the meaning and symbolism of the twelve zodiac signs. You can find out that these meanings and the mythology they’re based on may interest you and help you choose the best name for your baby boy or girl.
Same as their animal symbol, Scorpios are often intimidating and misunderstood. If you give enough time and thought to understand why they do what they do and why they act as they act, you may find a new appreciation for them.
Scorpio is connected with Phoenix, the mythical bird that is cyclically reborn. It is associated with the sun, since, in most versions of the legend, Phoenix dies by fire and then is reborn again and again. Because Scorpio’s governing planet is Pluto, they can go out on a limb, in mind, spirit, body.
They like situations that can be hateful for other signs, and find comfort in that which is isolated or foreign.
They are focused, balanced, ambitious, intuitive and, as it comes easy to them, they can also be manipulative.