Mars in Scorpio, Moon in Virgo Compatibility

Mars in Scorpio’s powerful sex drive may seem too much for virtuous Moon in Virgo, but these two are actually very compatible. Scorpio’s efforts to go beneath the surface will feel natural to Virgo, because she’s in constant fix-it mode. And, she has a surprising streak of sensuality that Scorpio will unlock.

Mars in Scorpio only takes action when he means it. He’s not a casual guy — everything he does is meant to uncover the truth or push a limit. This makes Mars in Scorpio a demanding partner, but he is also intensely loyal and patient. When he has dedicated himself to a relationship, he pours his considerable will, sexual energy and determination into it.

Moon in Virgo needs an upgrade. Not because there’s anything wrong with her, but because she needs to feel like she’s being productive. This means her partner and relationship will be under constant scrutiny, because she only feels secure when she’s making little refinements. Moon in Virgo can be a ball of anxiousness, but she’s also endlessly devoted to the health and happiness of her lover.

Moon in Virgo will sense Scorpio’s deeply-rooted strength, as well as his drive to get to the bottom of everything. This will relax her (as much as she’s able to relax) because finally she’ll have met someone who cares as much as she does about understanding he hows and whys. But Mars in Scorpio will be much calmer about it, and he’ll patiently work through her knots of worry. Scorpio will be protective towards Moon in Virgo, while appreciating her need for analysis. He’ll also get satisfaction from opening her up in a way that no one ever has.

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About Nadia Gilchrist

Nadia Gilchrist offers over 19 years of experience in astrology. Her writings and personal consultations focus on applying practical astrological analysis to the real world. Nadia blogs regularly at Ruby Slipper Astrology.

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