Forecast Sep 20-26, 2021: Great Minds

Sleepwalking into someone else’s meditation is what being under Monday’s Pisces Moon may feel like, especially as it reaches its 28-degree-zenith late in the afternoon. But alert, eager Mercury isn’t retrograde yet. While the Messenger is still making forward progress. its uplifting trine to jovial Jupiter earlier in the afternoon is apt to help us get more than a few boxes checked. Likewise, the Moon will shake off the Pisces cobwebs and jump into action once it rolls into spirited Aries on Monday night. The cardinal fire sign is short on elaborate detail, and attention. But directed strategically, its bursts of enthusiasm can prove quite useful. Speedy Mercury initially finds an agreeable companion in the Aries Moon, and the two will knock a few more items off of to do lists on Tuesday. But some serious checks on impulsiveness are on the way from Pluto in reserved Capricorn. On Wednesday Pluto will square both, as the Sun slides into rational Libra.


More reality checks will arrive on Thursday when Venus is directly opposed by Uranus and the Moon moves into grounded Taurus. For Scorpio-based Venus, this confrontation could be connected with issues that arose on the 17th, when it squared Saturn. It might also be linked to bills that will be due on the 30th, when it will square Jupiter. Under these conditions, Venus may be feeling the economic weight of her luxuries more than the pleasure she ordinarily derives from possessing then. The Moon may shed more light on where spending might need to be curtailed, or where secrets have been kept, when it squares Saturn on Thursday, opposes Venus on Friday and squares Jupiter on Saturday. But Mars and Saturn, in air signs, will put the wind back into sails, when they meet for a healthy trine on Saturday afternoon. The Moon will join this meeting of the minds when it enters astrology’s third air sign, flexible Gemini, on Saturday night. If two heads are better than one, then a plethora of planets in air signs is positively brilliant. The mental maneuvers that Mars and Saturn come up with on Saturday will be furthered on Sunday when the Moon trines the Sun, Saturn and Mars. Next, the Moon will trine Jupiter and Mercury on Monday. While the bright ideas are shining, Gemini’s ruler Mercury will begin its retrograde in the wee hours of Monday morning. This one will last until October 18th. Rather than sucking the air out of big sky visions, this slowdown will offer opportunities to work through ideas thoughtfully and thoroughly. With the Sun and Mars remaining in Libra throughout Mercury’s retrograde in the cardinal air sign, there will certainly be time for weighing pros and cons.

Forecast Sep 13-19, 2021: Personal Power

Detriment is the term astrologers use when a planet is in the opposite sign of its domicile. For example, Venus is presently in Scorpio, opposite of her home sign of Taurus. This Tuesday, Mars will enter Libra, the sign opposite of its home, Aries. When a planet is in its detriment, its power is at its weakest. Further, astrology’s personal planets are the ones whose transits we experience most directly. So as personal planets Venus and Mars move through the signs of their detriment, we may undergo a crisis of confidence. Ever at the mercy of invasive governments, tech oligarchs and big banks. to name but a few, a sense of powerlessness may increase during this period. Adding delays and their consequent consternation, personal planet Mercury will be retrograde in Libra, from September 27th to October 18th. Compounding matters more, on September 22nd, the Sun will enter vacillating Libra. Signified by the scales of justice, Libra deliberates to a fault. Being fair and considerate of all sides is ordinarily a virtue. But into the malaise of agitating Mars stuck spinning its wheels and retrograding Mercury in a quagmire, the Sun’s presence will push indecision, frustration and paralysis to acute levels. The hotspot is October 7th through 9th. On the 7th the Sun and Mars will join forces, and on the 9th Mercury will conjoin the Sun and Mars. Perhaps breaking the logjam, Venus will exit her detriment and enter eternally optimistic Sagittarius on the 7th. Further relief will come from the stations of Pluto on the 6th and Saturn on the 10th. After months of being retrograde, these two will slowly begin to make forward progress. On the 18th Jupiter and Mercury will also station and turn direct. Mars, however, won’t be leaving Libra until October 30th. Between now and then, stores of perspective and ingenuity are on the way, courtesy of some trines from Jupiter and Saturn.


While Saturn is never as much fun as Jupiter, there is much to be learned from his discipline, dedication and longevity. From the fixed air sign of Aquarius, Saturn will trine Mars on September 25th and the Sun on the 29th. The taskmaster is also the keeper of time, and its longterm view can clarify immediate priorities. Expanding that Aquarian overview, Jupiter will begin its series of trines next Monday, with the first of three trines to Mercury. On October 15th it will trine the Sun, and, under an Aquarius Moon on the 18th. it will trine Mars. The final Mercury Jupiter trine will take place on October 31st, just as Mars exits Libra. In short, as Venus and Mars traverse the signs of their detriment, Saturnian endurance and Jupiter’s hopefulness will avail themselves through will (the Sun), clarity of mind (Mercury) and willpower (Mars) from visionary Aquarius. For this trek, keeping an eye on the prize will not only be possible; it will be paramount.

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Forecast Sep 6-12, 2021: Handling The Truth

The good vibrations flowing from Monday’s new Moon will beam throughout most of the workweek. Intensity returns early on Friday morning when the Moon will roll into possessive Scorpio, followed by Venus later that day. Plans to get while the getting is good are favored when organized, detailed Virgo is at the helm, and Monday’s aspects are opening a brief yet auspicious window. Setting the stage for that new Moon, on Monday morning, Mars will trine Pluto and Venus will trine Jupiter. Mars and Pluto are not typically thought of as sources of joy and good fortune. However, in an earth sign trine, the application of their combined power can lead to tremendous success, especially when they meet at 24 degrees. Complementing Mercury-ruled Virgo’s crystal clarity, Venus and Jupiter are in air signs. Officially, it’s these two who are in charge of happiness and good luck. Their meeting will offer a mental boost capable of carrying the confidence to execute plans over the top. The excitement and effervescence they stir up will spill into the Moon’s run through Libra from Tuesday evening to late night Thursday. But before that, the new Virgo Moon, at 14 Virgo 38, will unpack a few more gifts. When the Sun and Moon trine Uranus on Monday afternoon. the surprises coming from astrology’s wild card are likely to be of the pleasant variety. Finally, on Tuesday, the Virgo Moon will trine Pluto and conjoin Mars. Once in Libra, the Moon will trine Saturn and conjoin Mercury on Wednesday and trine Jupiter and conjoin Venus on Thursday. But nothing, even a winning streak, lasts forever. A distinct change in the air is set for early Friday morning when the Moon will move into intense Scorpio.

Being astrology’s sign of passion, death, and other people’s money isn’t an easy gig. When fixed sign tension is added to the cauldron, Scorpio doubles down. If this were only the typical two-day lunar transit, taking a deep breath would probably suffice. But, on Frida afternoon Venus will enter the secretive, nether worlds of fixed, emotional Scorpio, for a four-week-stay. As the Moon squares Saturn and Jupiter and opposes Uranus on Friday and Saturday, so will Venus during the coming weeks. Pluto rules Scorpio, making its domain the ideal spot for stashing all of life’s shadowy stuff. If Venus represents what we love, then Scorpio reveals our emotional responses to being denied it. Herein lies the gold. Acknowledged and carefully managed, envy, impulses to exact revenge and other Scorpio obsessions can be examined and healed. Repressed, they wreak havoc. Aggressive Mars is due for its Scorpio visit from October 30th – December 13th. Venus’s journey through this valley of the shadow is lighting a kinder, gentler path first. Like Mercury’s retrogrades, Scorpio has a way of getting to the truth. Mercury’s next retrograde, while Venus is in Scorpio, suggests that some serious revelations are inbound. Can we handle the truth?

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Forecast Aug 30 – Sep 5, 2021: Heads Up

Mercury’s move into Libra on Monday, under a Gemini Moon, will temporarily bring the number of planets in air signs to five, and give us a quick glimpse into the character of the next two months. Air signs correlate to the mental plane, and similarly, Mercury represents the intellect. The Moon will shift the planetary balance back to four when it enters watery Cancer on Tuesday night. But the start of this week is offering a sample of coherence that may prove highly valuable during Mercury’s long transit. In the near term, Mercury will benefit from the co-presence of Venus in diplomatic Libra. At home in the cardinal air sign until September 10th, courteous Venus encourages consideration, reciprocity and cooperation. Throughout Mercury’s Libra visit, from August 30th through November 5th, Saturn and Jupiter will remain in the fellow air sign of Aquarius. Saturday’s Mercury Saturn trine will demonstrate what’s possible when the collaborative influence of Libra is combined with Aquarian vision and ingenuity. Judicious Libra weights the arguments and all of its options, and lofty Aquarius sees the big picture. This combo provides a golden opportunity to make decisions with respect to their impact on the wider scheme of things. We will likely want to access this tool, particularly once Mercury goes retrograde. The next one begins on September 27th and lasts through October 18th. Next week Mercury will cross into the retrograde’s shadow zone, and it will not exit until November 2nd. Technology, commerce and communication are under Mercury’s sphere. Given the current condition of global conflicts, the impending threat of spreading coronavirus variants and consequent restrictions and lockdowns, and the prevalence of cyber attacks and international supply chain disruptions, not to mention political unrest, this retrograde is already shaping up to be a doozy. Perhaps giving us an unpleasant indication of things to come, Venus will square Pluto on Sunday night. On that famous other Libra hand, this may be a warning signal and a chance to test run backup systems and emergency preparedness. In this context, Venus is foreshadowing Mercury. There are three upcoming Mercury Pluto squares, on September 22nd, October 1st and November 2nd, and they will heavily color the character of the retrograde. Paying attention now, while Venus is asking nicely, is advised. This week’s other challenging aspect will peak on Thursday.
That’s when the Mars Neptune opposition will be exact. Neptune’s involvement unfolds slowly and is typically discrete. Direct Mars in clear-minded Virgo may demand clarification.


But Neptune at home in mutable Pisces is likely to evade the probing planet’s dictates entirely. Issues that weren’t resolved under last week’s Pisces Moon may resurface midweek. If answers are still unclear, further instruction will come from Saturday’s trine between clever Mercury and discerning Saturn. They’re bringing in a lucidity that will prove invaluable while tricky Mercury undertakes Libra’s oh so delicate balancing act.

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Forecast Aug 23-29, 2021: Out Of Order

For those old enough to remember those phone company recordings about the number you were trying to reach no longer being in service, this week’s aspects could be as familiar as they are annoying. For those young enough to be blissfully oblivious, welcome to the way back machine. From Mars and Mercury being in direct conflict with the Pisces Moon on Monday through a series of incoming quincunxes, the week will be short on agreement and long on inconvenience. Our job will be to determine when to persist and when to postpone. For tasks on the must-do list, strategy is highly recommended. It all begins with impatient Mars transiting patient Virgo, a conundrum in its own right, being opposed by an unfocused Pisces Moon midday on Monday. This will present a classic case of needing to take five unanticipated steps to accomplish one simple task. It will probably also dash hopes of getting the week off to a super productive start. Level-headed Mercury, at home in Virgo, is better suited to navigate the twilight zones of the Pisces Moon Monday night, under their opposition. But, once the Moon links up with Neptune overnight, rationality will get lost in the fog. Midday on Tuesday the Moon will move into assertive Aries. While the Mars ruled sign is generally applauded for its audacity, the Mercury Neptune opposition scheduled for Tuesday evening could easily find insensitive Aries all puffed up, and woefully off-course. Next, on Wednesday, that Aries independence will be at odds with Libra cooperation via a Moon Venus opposition. On Thursday, “Me first” attitudes will be further checked via a late degree Moon Pluto square. Translation, play nicely with others, or else. Those who take the amicable road will be rewarded when the Aries Moon finally forms a friendly sextile with benevolent Jupiter. More conciliatory tones will be struck when Mercury trines Pluto, also on Thursday. Meanwhile, the march of the quincunxes will have set in.

At 150 degrees apart, planets in this configuration are not in the same element, nor do they share modality. So comprehension can disappear completely or prove highly elusive. For example, the cardinal fire of Aries will put the Moon out of sync with the mutable earth of Mars in Virgo on Wednesday and Mercury on Thursday. In turn on Friday, that mutable earth will be incompatible with the fixed air of Aquarius under the Mercury Jupiter quincunx. On Saturday the cardinal air of Libra and the fixed earth of Taurus will find Venus and Uranus in the perplexing angle. Though, as the ruler of Taurus, Venus is better positioned to make some headway in this meeting. The quincunx exacerbates stylistic differences, but those don’t have to lead to major altercations. If waiting for more favorable conditions is possible, this is probably a good week to leave that little black book in the drawer, atop the yellow pages, and take the phone off the hook.

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Forecast Aug 16-22, 2021: Conversation with Uranus

Uranus will take center stage during a busy week that will see the influential outer planet station and turn retrograde. Since January, the planet of jolts and disruption has been plodding into the second decant of earthy Taurus. From the fixed sign, its presence has been inextricably linked to ongoing tension with Saturn and more recent discord with the planets traveling through Leo. Facing fewer challenges from planets in fixed signs and in review mode, a more subdued version of astrology’s wrecking ball is heading in. Between now and next January, Uranus will revisit all things 14 to ten degrees of Taurus. Issues that were swept under the rug during the past seven months will likely resurface, and more broadly, their meaning can be examined in the context of this seven year transit. An awakener, a forerunner, and an innovator, Uranus imposes change. Trines from Mercury and Mars this week and on September 6th from the Sun will open up conversations with Uranus, in the clear, practical language of Virgo. This week, the Moon has generously agreed to play translator.


An optimistic Sagittarius Moon will run into some pushback from Mercury and Mars on Monday and Neptune on Tuesday. Ultimately though, encouragement will arrive on Tuesday afternoon via a Leo Sun trine. Next, the Moon will get down to business once it enters ambitious Capricorn late Tuesday night. After clearing a small square from Venus in the wee hours of Wednesday, it will find itself in the highly productive company of Mercury and Mars on Wednesday and heavy lifters Uranus and Pluto on Thursday. Mercury and Mars will also meet on Wednesday, fortifying industrious intentions. So in the span of these few days Mercury and Mars will have demonstrated Virgo’s pickiness and its virtue. Translation, if something’s worth fighting for, put in the painstaking work to attain it. Thursday will also see the final significant fixed sign flareup, for a few months anyway, when the Leo Sun opposes Jupiter. Hopefully, this signals the last box to check or task to accomplish before rewards can be bestowed. An hour later, Uranus will unplug and begin its five month long retrograde. Soothing Virgoan vibes will greet Uranus from Mercury on Friday and Mars on Sunday. When the Moon exits austere Capricorn, the constructive torch will be passed on. In turn, the Aquarius Moon will give a nod to Cap when it conjoins Saturn on Friday, and it will receive the boost it sought from Sag early in the week, when it conjoins euphoric Jupiter on Sunday morning. Celebrations culminate a few hours later, when this Jupiter infused Moon reaches full strength at 29 Aqu 37. Finally, the Sun will exit Leo and move into gentle, grounding Virgo. Its month long sojourn will give us all a chance to collect ourselves, and our thoughts, as we prepare for the onset of autumn 2021.

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Forecast Aug 9-15, 2021: Cooler Heads Prevail

This week a welcome confluence of flexibility from Virgo and grace from Libra is set to relieve some of the strain from the past few weeks, or months, depending on your outlook. Add a splash of fluidity from Neptune, and this week may feel like one of the smoothest in awhile. It all begins on Monday morning when the Moon moves into the mutable earth sign of Virgo. An opposition to Neptune in Pisces, from Venus in Virgo, is set for early evening. But even this typically tense angle softens when the players are as compatible as these two, and particularly when they’re both in adaptive mutable signs. Logic and inspiration are in play under this one. Encouraging prompt application of any helpful downloads, the Moon will conjoin motivating Mars, also in considerate Virgo, later in the evening. Tuesday may see an unresolved matter from the recent past resurface when a late degree Mercury Jupiter opposition appears. Unlike Monday’s more amicable opposition, this one involves planets in those intransigent fixed signs. This tug of war is bookended by Virgo Moon trines to Uranus early on Tuesday and Pluto on Wednesday. With these three in earth signs, practical, pragmatic and constructive solutions are within reach, if Mercury or Jupiter aren’t overly entrenched in their positions. Ushering in more calm and order, clever Mercury will exit ferocious Leo and enter its second home of Virgo on Wednesday night. This visit will last until August 30th, bolstering abilities to problem solve methodically, patiently and reasonably.


Wednesday is also when the Moon will move into balanced Libra. From the Venus ruled, air sign, this Moon will trine Saturn on Thursday and Jupiter on Friday, as well as receive a boost from the late degree Leo Sun on Friday. The only snag could be a seismic square to Pluto, also on Friday, the 13th. But Aquarian ingenuity from Saturn and Jupiter linked to this affable Moon give progress a fighting chance. Next, the Moon will head into watery Scorpio on Friday night, where it will merge with oceanic Neptune on Sunday morning. This instinct meets intuition combo will offer guidance, malleability and flow, and perhaps an opportunity to relax. Shoring up stores of tact and intelligence, and wrapping up the week, Venus will enter her second home of Libra in the wee hours of Monday morning. Her homecoming will last until September 10th. The first planetary step into Autumn 2021 (except for the Moon’s monthly ventures), is another signal that some of the summer’s harshness is receding. From their domiciles, Mercury and Venus will bring some much needed ease and elegance to the table.

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Forecast Aug 2-8, 2021: Inflection Point

Planetary pressure for needed change will mount throughout the week, but Sunday’s new Leo Moon portends resolution and renewed vitality, on a galactic level. It all begins under the tension of a fixed-sign Sun Saturn opposition, followed by a waning Taurus Moon square to Jupiter early on Monday. The Moon’s extended stay in Cancer, from Wednesday through early Saturday morning, will offer some time for retreat and reflection. But dwelling in Cancer’s emotional shell or playing the victim will no longer work. A new Moon will dawn on Sunday, at 16 Leo 14, reigniting a sense of self-worth and encouraging self-agency. Additionally, leading up that new Moon, a slew of squares from game-changing Uranus are intent on forcing us to face facts and start afresh. In case there’s any confusion as to what specifically needs to go, Tuesday’s Mercury Uranus square is bound to make more than a few things perfectly clear. If hearts, egos and authorities insist on tenaciously clinging to falsehoods, powerhouse Uranus will square the Leo Sun (will, ego, autocrats) on Friday, laying bear what is corrupt and beyond repair. Finally, Uranus will make one final sweep when it squares the dark Leo Moon early Sunday morning. Intuitive and introspective, this dark Leo Moon will support instinctive understanding of the revelations that the Awakener is crystalizing.

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Speaking of crystals, most natural diamonds were formed three billion years ago, when enormous pressure from Earth’s gravity combined with extreme heat to transform carbon that was deeply embedded in the Earth’s crust. Others were formed 35 million years ago when an asteroid struck what is now Russia. In the wake of COVID’s original strike, 2021 has indeed continued making irrevocable changes across the globe. Saturn’s transit of fixed Aquarius is only approaching the midway point of its nearly three year journey, and the transit that Uranus’s began in 2018 in fixed Taurus will take seven years to complete. Directly opposed by Saturn and squared by Uranus, Leo natives are indeed enduring a lion’s share of challenges. Fellow fixed signed travelers have fared similarly. But the time for crying over spilled milk is over. Sunday’s new Moon coincides with the 8.8 Lion’s Gate Portal, an annual alignment that links the Leo Sun and Moon and Earth to Sirius. This is our celestial reminder that lionhearted Leo is the conqueror and the entertainer, and like the diamond forged under tremendous pressure, can shine brilliantly. Making sure that we get the memo to recall our radiance, Mercury will conjoin the Moon on Sunday night. In the wee hours of Monday morning, that Moon will face opposition from Jupiter, as will Mercury next Tuesday, before heading home into Virgo on the 11th. The heat isn’t letting up anytime soon. But what can change this week, is perspective.

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Forecast July 26-Aug 1, 2021: Travel Advisory

“Looks like I picked the wrong week to quit sniffing glue.”

Airplane

When readying ourselves for the coming week’s journey, packing generous amounts of humor, patience and perhaps even some old school technologies is advised. Though the week will take off under the disarming guidance of a gentle Pisces Moon, we’ll begin experiencing turbulence as soon as Mercury moves into lusty Leo on Tuesday. In the fixed fire sign until August 11th, the Messenger is more opinionated than usual. When the aspects are favorable, like Wednesday’s trine from the Aries Moon or Sunday’s conjunction with the Leo Sun, warmth and charisma flow from a leonine Mercury. But, when placed amidst more challenging aspects, like Sunday’s opposition from stern Saturn, under a squaring Taurus Moon, well, the trickster could prove to be a most unruly passenger. While that Aries Moon is making friendly chatter with Mercury and the Sun on Wednesday, Jupiter will slide back into stimulating Aquarius. Unfortunately for everyone onboard, this sets up Thursday morning’s 29-degree, fixed sign battle royale between Mars in regal Leo and kingly Jupiter. When no one is willing to compromise, everyone loses. Six of the ten planets will be in the unyielding fixed signs when Mars and Jupiter duke it out. So flexibility, like ample legroom, will be scarce. If possible, fasten your seatbelt and wait until late Thursday afternoon when Mars heads into thoughtful, mutable Virgo. Once the feisty planet lands in the practical earth sign, calm and focus will be served. This transit will last until September 14th, making it an ideal time to tackle projects the require a tranquil mind and attention to detail.

“Does anyone know how to fly a plane?”

Airplane

Flight plans to land in a relaxing weekend will be scraped when the Moon enters Taurus on Friday afternoon and reactivate all of the week’s fixed sign friction. We’ll encounter the first bumpy patch on Saturday morning when the Moon squares Mercury, the Sun and Saturn. Meal service can briefly resume on Saturday afternoon when the Moon trines Venus. But those tray tables will have to return to their upright and locked position a few hours later, when the Moon and chaotic Uranus join forces. The commotion continues into Sunday when the Sun and Mercury get together first thing in the morning, in lively Leo. Ordinarily this would be a pure shot of enthusiasm, to uproariously celebrate something or other. Under current conditions however, it will more likely seem like the two planets knocking back too many Bloody Marys and proceeding to rile up fellow travelers. To restore order, Saturn will directly confront both. Only then, can we begin our final descent. Deplaned, and quite possibly disheveled, we’ll be grateful to claim even the most battered of luggage and exit the terminal. Surely, we’ve made it past the worst of 2021’s fixity.

“And don’t call me Shirley.”

Airplane

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Forecast Jul 19-25, 2021: All The World’s A Stage

If, like Hollywood celebrities, the planets had talent agents, then the Sun, Venus and full Moon would be ringing theirs up this week, to ask why Mercury is getting all of the good parts. Venus, even when airing her complaints, would of course exude copious amounts of grace. After all, her upcoming move into studious Virgo on Wednesday is akin to landing the ultimate supporting actress role. Friday night’s baby full Moon, coming in under 2 degrees of Aquarius, would probably understand why it’s not yet ready for a lead role, let alone its closeup. But that dashing Leo Sun, flying in on Thursday, might go full-on Norma Desmond, at the mere thought of being upstaged by silver-tongued Mercury. And did that androgynous usurper sleep his way to the top? Not dissimilar to writer Joe Gillis, astrology’s best thespian, gifted orator and most crafty player is slyly heading for center stage.


One hook often employed by good directors is to open with a riveting scene. Think Daniel Day-Lewis fleeing British police, through labyrinthian Belfast alleys, as Jimi Hendrix’s “Voodoo Chile” blares to start “In The Name Of The Father”. Another tact is to build anticipation by making the dramatic late arrival. Mercury and wild Uranus are seemingly doing both when they co-star on in the wee hours of Tuesday morning. These two will bring excitement, and possibly some upset. By Saturday, Mercury’s gorgeous trine to Neptune will be exact. Like most Hollywood actors, Neptune has some serious substance issues. So this pairing could produce anything from “Shakespeare In Love” to “Trainspotting” or their 2021 mashup. Be careful which lines you fall for under this one. That is only the prequel to Mercury’s opposition to Pluto on Sunday. At a sizzling 25 degrees, this showstopper portends a complex battle between good and evil. It will also dredge up any arguments that weren’t resolved when the Cancer Sun opposed Pluto on the 17th. Following the scene starring confusing Neptune, sorting villains from white hats is bound to prove challenging. Is the Lord of the Underworld playing Sauron or Gandalf or did Harry Potter just make a cameo in “The Matrix”? Wait, what? Either way, we’re heading for a thrilling climax, one worth every cent of the admission price. Speaking of money, right after entering frugal Virgo, Venus will be confronted by free-wheeling Jupiter from utterly ungrounded Pisces, early on Thursday. Maybe checking for Groupon deals on those tickets, before splurging on exorbitant Stubhub seats, is sensible. As the credits begin to roll, the Leo Sun will only be noted amongst the hordes of extras. None the less, a star has indeed been born. Creative, fun and over the top, Leo will soon strut its charismatic stuff, shake its regal mane and bask in the spotlight. Its warmth, like its sunshine, can’t help but being recognized and shared.

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