Scorpio Moon natives find themselves deeply drawn to the mystical, the paranormal and the otherworldly. Their passion for anything unknown or hidden on the other side of the veil; legends, mythological beings, mysterious dark creatures, ghost stories, the occult – you name it – all spark their inner Hades. The sign of the Scorpion, which marks the descent of autumn into winter, known for its Halloween season, is connected to vampires, werewolves, ghosts and the undead – just look at the Pluto in Scorpio generation (1983-1995) and the emergence of all the supernatural themed books, movies and TV shows.
Moon in Scorpio natives are also known for possessing the strongest intuitive power, a scary sixth sense of just knowing things. Getting caught in the gaze of these midnight creatures is like seeing the reflection of yourself in a mirror. The way a Scorpio Moon “scans” you can almost leave you feeling anxious or intimidated.
Due to their incredibly intuitive insight, Moon in Scorpio natives can be likened to the oracles and seers of the ancient world – the priests and priestesses who were consulted for predictions, prophecies, knowledge or wisdom. They have a natural understanding of the supernatural and they’re easily able to tap into the human psyche, and explore it without error. They spend their lives studying the mysterious forces of the universe. The Moon in Scorpio is a magnet for either enlightening or demonic encounters, depending on the level of their own maturity, persistence and state of mind. Even without actively seeking out such encounters, they still seem to attract even the most unexplainable psychic phenomena.
If you are lucky enough to get invited into the home of a Scorpio Moon, you will probably find bookcases with literature on almost everything mystical. These Plutonian beings plunge deep into esoteric subjects, they read and research intensely as their lives are forever shaped by their inner experiences. For the Moon in Scorpio, there is no such thing as an ordinary world. There is only a world of unsolved mysteries which they vow to solve and investigate. They want to get to the bottom of things – mentally, spiritually and sexually – and explore all those abandoned mansions, haunted buildings and graveyards.
A love for dark fairy-tales isn’t unusual either, such as the original Brothers Grimm Fairy-Tales, which significantly differ from the more well-known modern Disney adaptations. The Scorpio Moon would rather watch the original gritty thing than be fed with sugarcoated happy endings. They are not afraid of seeing the very shadows of humanity, the mix of passion, love and tragedy, for that is the beauty of the Scorpio Moon psyche.