Spooky season is well underway, and with it, Scorpio season has officially arrived. As the days get shorter, colder, and darker here in the Northern Hemisphere, Scorpio reminds us that light cannot exist without dark—and sometimes answers can be found in the shadows.Here are the important astrological happenings to watch out for this Scorpio season, plus what they might mean for you:Scorpio season kicks off this year on October 23, and Sagittarius season begins on November 22. The thing to understand about Scorpio as a sign is that it’s all about mystery, mysticism, passion, and creativity. It’s known to be jealous and possessive when underdeveloped, but at its best, this sign is powerful and magnetic.We’ll all be feeling this energy as Scorpio season rolls out, and we can tap into it by remembering that life requires a balance of darkness and light, of comedy and tragedy, and of the seen and unseen. But fear not—Scorpio has no fear, after all, and that could be why this sign is able to transform, evolve, and regenerate time and time again.If you’ve been feeling topsy-turvy for the past few weeks, you can thank eclipse season for that. But come October 28, the eclipse portal that opened with the recent new moon in Libra will close with the full moon lunar eclipse in Taurus.According to the AstroTwins, this Taurus lunar eclipse is also the grand finale of a two-year eclipse cycle that’s been rocking the Taurus/Scorpio axis since November 2021. These eclipses have been highlighting issues like money, sensuality, sex, and reproductive rights on a larger scale, they say, while on a personal level, they’ve impacted our relationship to finances, self-worth, and the way we share energy and resources.”Look back to where you were a couple of years ago, and notice any shifts in these areas,” the twins suggest.In astrology, Saturn is the planet that deals with structure, discipline, responsibility, and hard work. It’s also known for throwing challenging curveballs and obstacles in your way (in order to teach you the importance of persistence, of course).Since mid-June, Saturn has been retrograde, but it’s spinning back to reality on November 4 in the sign of Pisces. It’s possible that during this retrograde period, you ran up against delays or setbacks, but sometimes delays allow us time to reflect and reset in order to make the best decision. Now that the ringed planet is moving direct, it could feel easier to get things done, set boundaries, or finally tackle a problem that’s been stewing since the summer.