What The Summer Solstice On June 20 Means If You're A Scorpio

In North America, the summer solstice will occur on June 20 at 10:32 p.m. CDT, marking the start of the summer season and the longest day of the year, as stated by earthsky.org. While this will make for early dawns, late sunsets, and a high sun each day, it may also bring about changes for people, based on their zodiac signs. According to Tarot.com, equinox points (spring and autumn) and solstice points (summer and winter) correspond to the four Cardinal signs, or Cardinal axis, of the zodiac. In astrology, the axis shows the most powerful angles in a birth chart ... angles that are points of energy, that are sensitive points, and that set off major events in life.

Based on this knowledge, what will the summer solstice mean for Scorpios, the daring and mysterious souls who enter the world on days between October 23 and November 21, in particular?

This summer solstice, Scorpios should be bold

Astrologers Tali and Ophira Edut, known as the AstroTwins, spoke with Reader's Digest about how the summer solstice will affect peopl, based on their astrological signs. They stated that with the sun in Cancer and Jupiter in Pisces, a person could feel hopeful yet also emotional.

Scorpios, specifically, are urged to be loud and proud. People born between October 23 and November 21 can often come across as moody and secretive. During the summer solstice of 2021, though, these types may want to consider showing off, being daring, and even bragging a bit.

For instance, a Scorpio could share some personal or professional achievements that would otherwise remain a mystery to those around them. In the romance department, those with this sign could be seen taking the next step with a special someone. However the boldness is manifested, we wish you all a happy and healthy start of the summer season!