These opposite signs approach security from two different angles. Taurus wants physical proof, while Scorpio needs emotional proof. Together they can create an unbreakable relationship that will survive almost anything.
Sun in Taurus is interested in reality. If he can touch it, taste it and it feels right, he’s on board. Some might accuse him of being simplistic, but the Bull knows how to build a solid relationship based on values and security. And his partner can look forward to a lover who has mastered the art of sensuality. Sun in Taurus wants peace and earthy love; give him these things and he’ll be endlessly patient. But his partner will discover that he’s no pushover. His deeply rooted stability also translates to unshakable stubbornness.
Moon in Scorpio needs to go deep. This is about more than creating an intense bond with her lover (although that’s part of it). At her core, this Moon feels that her survival depends on knowing everything she possibly can about her partner. That way, there’s no surprises. Emotional nakedness is what she demands, but not all at once. Moon in Scorpio is one of the more cautious signs; she won’t devote herself to someone until she’s absolutely certain they can be trusted. Even then, the Scorpion’s partner must be prepared for her periods of withdrawal or anger. When she’s feeling unsatisfied or unsafe, she can lash out and go straight for her partner’s jugular.
These two will cautiously circle each other, initially. Neither are interested in jumping into a relationship quickly. Once they do get together, they’ll activate each other’s drive for total intimacy. Sun in Taurus will provide Scorpio with a solid foundation. Once Moon in Scorpio sees that Taurus has no ulterior motives, she’ll give him her formidable support. And she’ll respect his strength. He’ll calmly wait out her moody withdrawals, while being impervious to her occasional outbursts. They’ll have a powerful, passionate bond based on trust and survival.