Famous Scorpio-Capricorn Couples: Mike Nichols and Diana Sawyer; Zhang Yimou and Gong Li
Talk about power couples. When these two combine they are interested in material power, wealth, status and control. Each is dead serious about making it to the top no matter what it takes. Do or die. They are unforgiving about mistakes and absolutely intend to surmount all obstacles to achieve their particular type of fame and fortune.
How to Attract a Capricorn Woman as a Scorpio Man: You have to impress your Capricorn lady with your power and self-control. She is looking for someone who has mastered the material world, an alpha male with money who knows how to use it. Be prepared to impress her with well-chosen gifts, neither too lavish nor too cheap. Everything you do should be in impeccably good taste and speak to your appreciation of quality. Use words like “responsibility,” “authority,” “commitment,” and “dedication” if you want to get her attention. Take yourself seriously and she will, too. It wouldn’t hurt to dress nicely, either, especially with some signature clothes. Oh, and save your vulnerability rap for another girl. Show this one weakness, hesitation, or ambivalence and you may never see her again.
How to Attract a Scorpio Man as a Capricorn Woman: While your natural inclination is to be professional, Scorpio will find this crass at worst and boring at best. So do what you can to be subtle and mysterious. Scorpio men are consciously or unconsciously looking for someone to seduce or a mystery to solve. Don’t be too sophisticated or racy and, if you possibly can, allude to a past full of secrets.
Degree of Romance: This is basically a business partnership with little room for romance. Each party tends to bring out the seriousness in the other. Combined, these two feel romance is frivolous and a waste of time.
Degree of Passion: There is an intense degree of passion here; however, it is directed towards career goals, material possessions, and business opportunities. That is a lot to share and both partners face the world in the same direction.
Degree of Friendship: Friendship is a word that is taken very seriously by these two, and it probably means more than friendship. They are dead serious about loyalty, keeping confidences, and intimacy, which they consider non-negotiable commodities. Each can be cold and is capable of using — or at least stepping over — people in a climb to the top. Yes, Scorpio and Capricorn have a lot in common, but I wouldn’t call it a disinterested friendship.
Degree of Marriage: This couple has an excellent chance of making it in marriage as long as both are competent and committed. Problems begin if one partner shows weakness or lack of will power. The stronger one may just step over a faltering spouse to keep on moving forward.
Progression of Relationship: There is a period of foreplay before the deal is done, but both parties know what is expected of them and what the meeting is all about: closure. These are high stakes players and everything means something. The implication is that if you sleep together, marriage is in the works. This may or may not work out, but that’s the mutual expectation.
Sex: There is an element of domination and surrender that characterizes sex, and these are big components of the Scorpio Capricorn dynamic. The Capricorn lady may actually be trying to get Scorpio to submit to her greater will. The more subtly he protests, the more of a neurotic thrill it is for her to force him. Most Capricorns are wonderful lovers because, being an earth sign, they are comfortable in a physical body. She can help ground Scorpio’s tumultuous emotions. Since this is something he can’t do for himself, it can create a very intimate bond. The Scorpion may be able to “let go” with her more than any other sign, but that’s a secret just between the two of them.
When It’s Over: When it’s over expect to be deleted, annihilated, and destroyed. No two people can turn colder faster when the fire burns out. Neither party will take a break up lightly. Try not to react like the mafia. Watch out for bank accounts and other shared possessions.
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