Combination of signs – Scorpio and Sagittarius

Combination of signs – Scorpio and Sagittarius. Photo: Pixabay
Combination of signs – Scorpio and Sagittarius. Photo: Pixabay

Scorpio and Sagittarius: Find out which signs match best among all the zodiac signs

This mix will only work if there are common points in both of their charts, points that resonate with Scorpio or Sagittarius.

If not, the jealousy, the need for control, and the excessive possessiveness of Scorpio will make our Sagittarius friend quickly find the exit.

Sagittarians are children of fire; achieving independence is the main focus of their lives.

They operate based on mental processes, shaping their lives through mental perception and not emotions. Scorpios are visceral, emotional, and highly controlling.

Jealous and manipulative, they will leave our transparent Sagittarius friend, pulling their hair out in frustration.

Sagittarius can’t stand manipulative games and when they realize how easy it is for Scorpio to play these games, they’ll say a firm goodbye, loud and clear.

Nothing’s worse for Sagittarius than someone controlling their every move, doubting every action or word, questioning their schedules and activities.

Sagittarians can’t stand that. This relationship is doomed to fail, at least in the long run.

Initially, a mutual love for free-spirited intimacy might attract one another, bringing moments of great pleasure to both. They might venture out together, travel, join meditation or esoteric groups, but that’s about it.

As time goes by, conflicts are bound to arise and might even become severe.

Sagittarius won’t allow control and isn’t afraid of confrontations. They’re typically good fighters and won’t back down until they come out on top.

Scorpio is stable and loyal in their relationships, which often our centaur friend might not be.

Let’s not forget that Sagittarius is a child of Zeus, and loyalty isn’t precisely their strong suit. The best both can do is to keep things superficial, as delving deeper into the relationship might spell trouble for both.

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