Don’t try to pull the wool over the eyes of a Scorpio Sun, Virgo Moon person. Scorpio is the Covert Operative of the Zodiac while Virgo is the Forensic Researcher. This is an ideal combination for anybody who needs to get to the bottom of a complex criminal enterprise as it combines the shamanistic abilities of Scorpio with the analytical prowess of Virgo.
Take a look, for instance, at this clip from the Star Trek: The Next Generation episode “Future Imperfect”. The episode was originally broadcast November 12th, 1990 making it a Scorpio Sun, Virgo Moon. (Chart) Commander Riker has awakened sixteen years in the future, but soon his Scorpio/Virgo spidey sense is telling him things are not as they seem:
Scorpio is the Olympic champion when it comes to spotting deceptions while Virgo darn near gets turned on by focusing on details. Did you notice how Riker catches Commander Data in a deception (Scorpio) by spotting the tiniest of incongruities (Virgo) in his speech patterns?
Riker’s spidey sense is dead on accurate: he’s not 16 years in the future but trapped in a hidden cave prison. The images supposedly from 16 years in the future are actually hallucinations generated by an alien who is reading his memory.
In addition to making a fantastic detective, the Scorpio Sun, Virgo Moon native has an affinity for the downtrodden, the ill, the less fortunate. Scorpio understands the depths of depression while Virgo has an inborn desire to serve. It turns out the alien who has trapped Commander Riker in the cave is not a Romulan but actually a child who has been masquerading as Riker’s future son. He’s been hiding in the cave for eons, by himself, after his own parents were killed by an invading force. He trapped Commander Riker not out of ill intent but simply out of desperation for companionship. Commander Riker, demonstrating the Scorpio/Virgo sense of devotion and duty, forgives the alien and offers him refuge on board the Enterprise.
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