Happy Birthday! Scorpios are born from October 23 - November 22. Scorpio is Latin for "the Scorpion" (Skorpios in Greek).
Scorpio is all about power and self-mastery. Scorpio is known as the physician's sign, as Scorpio also wants to give to others. Scorpio is often psychic, making excellent diagnosis of illness (my husband is good at this). They are good investigators, detectives and either enjoy working with detail or hate it (from personal experience). My husband and I are at opposite ends of the sign, he hates details and is great in emergencies and I love details. We're a great team.
Scorpio can be protective of loved ones in the home. Do not try to hide antyhing from Scorpio because they like to know everything. Scorpio has very strong likes and dislikes and lets all know what they are.
The element is Water and the sign is fixed.
Scorpio gemstones are:
The traditional november birthstone is Citrine, but the mystical tradition has the pearl and the Ayurvedics use the Topaz. Other traditions use the Diamond (which isn't a bad gem to use for just about anything.)
At this time, I don't have any citrine or topaz items to offer you, but I do have pearls.
Way back when citrine was carried to protect against evil thoughts and snake venom. In modern times, people who use crystals for healing use Citrine for upliftment. Citrine encourages the yellow ray to support the body. This stone also helps one process energy work.
Scorpio celebrities are:
Charles, Prince of Wales
Happy Birthday! Birthday wishes to November babies: Bill, Peter, John, and Valerie
I'm just popping in after playing 1,000 beads pick up off my dining room floor. Somehow my bead containers tipped over and 2 of them with multiple compartments splattered. Add the fact that this was during Gray's Anatomy, my favorite show, and that doubles the frustration level. Buddy, our cat reacted first by launching himself out of the room, as fast as a rocket.
My reaction was uttering an expletive, and I left an online shopping chat room to begin the process of picking up the beads. Unfortunately, they were previously nicely organized by color and now the reds, pinks, pearls and black beads are together, but I did manage to separate the greens. I even scooped up some seed beads, but I don't use them very often. Now they're jumbled all together.
Before that, a friend popped over to pick up a tarp that I borrowed from her. I gave her a mini tour of my craft areas and she was a "pretend" consumer and responded to my questions about what she would pay for a couple of new items I've been working on for craft shows. Several are so new that I haven't uploaded the photos yet.
I handmade blue vanilla square candles in the yellow containers. Would you pay $3 or $3.50?
Next, we decided that my scented pinecone ornaments would go for $1 each and be free with a certain dollar amount (to be determined) purchased.
I'm going to add a doodad so it can be hung on the tree
Threepeats Jewelry is the Etsy Twitter Team's SHOP OF THE WEEK! Her unique, affordable jewelry is recycled.
To celebrate, everything in the shop is 20% OFF (not incl S/H). Just write ETT in the Notes to Seller section when you make a purchase and your refund will go to your Payapl account after the purchase is completed.
"She loves to recycle and 'Everything is designed to be long, light, easy-to-wear and affordable and each piece is UNIQUE!'" which you can see from her shop photos.