At this time, Venus will stay in Capricorn from November 5 to March 6, 2022. With a retrograde period in between, Venus will be in Capricorn for about four times as long as usual! Here is the path that your communication will take as a Scorpio, divided into the following three periods.
(1) November 5 – December 19: Venus’ stay in Capricorn: “New romances, interpersonal connections, and excitement even in business will be born.”
(2) December 19 – January 29: Venus will be retrograde: “Your destiny will be reformed and restored to order.”
(3) January 29 – March 6: Venus turns retrograde again after completing its retrograde phase: “Through the retrograde, the new and improved romances, interpersonal connections, and excitement of (1) will take firm shape.”
From now on, we will tell you your fortune for each of the three periods in turn
(1) Nov. 5 – Dec. 19: Venus’ stay in Capricorn: “New romances, interpersonal connections, and excitement even in business will be born.”
Venus, the planet that creates feelings of excitement and crushes, will be in Capricorn for four months.
Scorpio type are likely to regain a sense of “freshness” in their daily verbal exchanges with people during these four months. This is a time that will renew communication may be stuck in a rut, whether at work or in your personal life. And this could lead to the development of your love life!
It is often said that Venus governs “love” because it has the power to bring the world “fresh” back to life. For example, for people to “like” something sometimes, it is important that it feels new and pure to them. When you stop “liking” something, it is likely that you lost interest in it rather than because you “hate” it. As if to evoke this feeling of “liking”, Venus works to “freshen up” our relationships with people, things, and work. It’s Venus that encourages us to meet people in different ways and helps us to build long-term relationships.
Since last year, for example, many of us have had fewer opportunities for direct interaction in work and friendships. Instead, online communication, including social networking sites, has become more active. The only thing that may be concerning is that these online words can be quite powerful depending on who uses them. It is common for a post to be spread to an unexpectedly large number of people or to be misinterpreted. Sometimes, you can’t see the person it reaches directly, so you may accidentally say something that seems extreme.
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