Sibling Compatibility Scorpio & Scorpio I The White Mulberry

Scorpio and Scorpio Sibling Compatibility


As a Scorpio, you are determined, passionate, and a brave soul. You are the most faithful friend one can ever have and a great secret keeper. Your near ones always look up to you for a deceive decision for they know how conscious and resourceful a person you are. Ruled by Mars, you believe in expressing your emotions, and you take pride in that. Governed by Pluto, you have the aura of a calm person, reflecting in your behavior. Some people may find you mysterious for your calm appearance. An inborn leader you are, your dedication and determination are what people envy of you. Your strength lies in your authenticity, and you discard dishonesty. Even though you have a conscious mind, you can fall into jealousy and turn violent if something unexpected comes your way. An attitude of acceptance will help you in the long run to lead an easy social life.

Scorpio & Scorpio Sibling Compatibility

Scorpio is seen as 'intense' most of the time, so having another sibling who is also a Scorpio might make for an exciting relationship between the two of you. Growing up, you both will create less drama and give less trouble to your parents. Exciting games and mysterious comics will be what you focus on during your childhood days. There will be fights, once you start forming your own views of life. The fights will be something to watch out for, though there would be no intense violence. As a Scorpio, you’ll act out your anger -- usually by sabotaging your enemy of the moment. Of course, you’ll work things out, but make sure your practical jokes don’t cross the line. As you grow older and understand each other closely, you two will always have each other’s back.



Sharing the same values in life is your relationship’s greatest strength. You both are practical and protective of your loved ones, and that will keep both of you closer in the long run.


Your fights will usually get crazy, maybe not physically, but they will last quite a bit. This is something you both have to work on, through forgiveness.