Suzanne White (in her own words)
There are no birth details for this lady. She is probably too smart for that to be revealed. She was born and raised in Buffalo, New York, and then moved permanently to France in 1971.
“I create” (water, Mars, Fixed) — “I watch” (Positive, Wood, Ying)
At the risk of being guilty of vest pocket autobiography, I confess that this sign is my very own. Moreover, I like my sign and have many friends of the same persuasion. Forgive me if I wax sentimental in this portrait.
First of all, I’ll tell you that all Scorpio/Tigers are excessive. They do everything to extreme. They never take life as it comes, but rather race out and try to head it off at the pass. They are constantly in dangerous situations, where they have plunked themselves deliberately. They never take their time and plan every detail, or write lists to be sure that every last mothball gets accounted for in the winter clothes. These people are hasty and hotheaded and really honestly quite mad. I call Scorpio/Tigers “blitz” people. They come screeching up to every new experience, gobble, slurp, inhale, consume, build, make, bake, scrape, paint, fix — and they’re off to the next challenge. Scorpios born in Tiger years are always trying to get three lives out of one.
The combination of Scorpio’s dark magnetism and Tiger’s swaggering ditto makes this subject fairly fascinating to other people. This translates into Scorpio/Tigers being quite popular among their peers. People look up to this character and Scorpio/Tiger loves to be looked up to, told how wonderful he is and, in return for admiration and approval, goes to great lengths to continue to be wonderful so the clapping never dies down. Scorpio/Tigers are egomaniacal. But they’re nice about it.
These headstrong characters are automatic leaders. But they are not exactly crazy about being leaders. Scorpio/Tigers know how to do a lot of different things and tend to be jacks-of-all-trades. The dream of this contrary soul, then, is to do one thing well. Scorpio/Tiger is a proud person. But he rankles at his own tendency toward pride and is constantly kicking himself in the derrière, saying, “Be more humble. Don’t get carried away. Shrink your head to normal size.” And, worst of all, Scorpio/Tigers are fighters. They are ferocious and even dangerous as adversaries. They are rancorous and bloodthirsty. But they hate being so mean. They long to be nicer.
Now that you understand the basic Tiger/Scorpio schizophrenia, I will tell you what they need to do so as not to die young: Scorpio/Tigers must gain wisdom at an early age. This wisdom will not come from within. It will always be delivered by an outside source. Scorpio/Tigers must keep their floppy little ears clean and listen carefully to the wise people in their lives. Spunk they have. Sagacity they don’t. When this person finally learns reason and temperance, he can move any mountain he comes upon with a single switch of his tail. Without common sense and measure this person is a goner.
Once the Scorpio/Tiger has assimilated levelheadedness as a way of life, he or she can go very far indeed. These people boast a certain brilliance, possess panache to burn and are competent in the extreme. There is nothing you cannot trust to them. They are self-starters, pushy but congenial, and they’ll battle to the death with injustice. Scorpio/Tigers hate rules unless they make them themselves. They always think they know best. They are hotheaded, jealous and ruthless when crossed. They don’t mind brute force but they hate trickery. Scorpio/Tigers stalk dishonesty in the dark of night.(Pages 449-450)