Language Lessons For The Twelve Signs: Scorpio - AstroloGeeks™

Language Lessons For The Twelve Signs: Scorpio

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(There are those who will tell you that “astrology is a language.” If you know much about languages, you know that sometimes one language will come up with a word or phrase for a unique concept that other languages haven’t caught onto — but maybe should have. In that spirit, we present this series.)

The Sign: Scorpio (October 23 – November 22)

The Word: Ya’arburnee (Arabic)

Meaning: Translates roughly as “may you bury me.” It conveys the concept that you love someone so much that you hope you die first, sparing yourself the grief of that person’s loss.

Example:

SCORPIO: Sometimes I stop and think about all the false starts and heartbreak and betrayal I have been through before you came into my life. And you know what? It’s all been worth it. Every broken promise, all the pointless dating, and all the neglect and abuse and gaslighting I’ve gone through up until now has been absolutely worth it, because it seems that is the path that I had to follow in order to find you and have you in my life. I love you. I love you so much. Ya’arburnee!

(Scorpio’s Cat breaks eye contact, wanders over to the food dish, and meows)

SCORPIO: Oh right, feeding time…

About the author

Matthew Currie is an astrologer, counselor and writer with over 20 years of experience and numerous appearances on television, radio and podcasts. He is the author of “Conquer The Universe With Astrology,” (available on Amazon) and is available for private consultations. Send him an e-mail (astrologyshow@gmail.com). Matthew likes hearing from you.


He also predicted that yes, you WOULD end up here reading this.


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