OS­CAR CAINER

Sunday Herald Sun - Stellar - - Stellar Contents - by Os­car Cainer

Your weekly stars.

VIRGO (Au­gust 24–Septem­ber 23)

Nikola Tesla, the great in­ven­tor of the late 19th and early 20th cen­tury, pro­posed a “thought pho­tog­ra­phy” ma­chine. He never built a pro­to­type, but his idea was to project the im­ages in our minds onto a large screen. No longer would we be bound by mere words to de­scribe our ideas. This week, you’ll fi­nally be able to con­vince some­one of the mer­its of your plans. But it may take more than words to out­line your vi­sion. Will this week’s in­spir­ing lu­nar eclipse change your life? Call 1900 957 223.

LI­BRA (Sep 24–Oct 23)

Jupiter en­tered Li­bra a few days ago, and you will reap the ben­e­fits for a fur­ther 13 months. Yet this is not the only ac­tiv­ity in your sign this week. Venus, your ruler, makes a square with Pluto, and next week­end op­poses Uranus, too. What has the cos­mos be­gun to be­stow on you? Is your out­look good? The changes will be much more than just good. There’s a pow­er­ful lu­nar eclipse. Trans­form your life. Call 1900 957 223.

SCOR­PIO (Oct 24–Nov 22)

Wild an­i­mals are at their most dan­ger­ous when cor­nered or wounded, but as long as you’re not threat­en­ing you’re un­likely to be harmed. You’ve had more than your fair share of worry re­cently. If you don’t let old wounds hold you back, you can let go of your fears and move safely out of the jun­gle into a friend­lier habi­tat. Will this week’s in­spir­ing lu­nar eclipse change your life? Call 1900 957 223.

SAGIT­TAR­IUS (Nov 23–Dec 21)

It’s all good. Even what seems bad, in its own way, is pos­i­tive. We all worry more than we need to, blow­ing mi­nor ir­ri­tants into great con­cerns. There’s no law against this. Nor is it in­evitable. If you no longer want to feed un­nec­es­sary anxiety, just stop. Mars in your sign forms a pos­i­tive trine with Uranus. Pay heed to a prob­lem, but don’t worry. There’s a pow­er­ful lu­nar eclipse. Trans­form your life. Call 1900 957 223.

CAPRI­CORN (Dec 22–Jan 20)

These days, there seems to be a lot of noise with­out much mean­ing. Back in the ’60s, mu­sic was charged. A song like Blowin’ In The Wind was a piece of art with an im­por­tant mes­sage. Writ­ten by to­day’s pop stars, it might be named Blowin’ Out Hot Air! This week, the cos­mos in­vites you to bring se­ri­ous­ness

to an area where fri­vol­ity dwelt, and to get to the point with­out wast­ing words. Will this week’s in­spir­ing lu­nar eclipse change your life? Call 1900 957 223.

AQUAR­IUS ( Jan 21–Feb 19)

Some peo­ple will do al­most any­thing if they think it will ren­der them more pop­u­lar. This is not your style. Yet what is in­ter­est­ing about this week is that your tra­di­tional ruler Sat­urn squares Nep­tune, and your modern ruler Uranus trines Mars. It ap­pears to be bring­ing proof that you’ve earned real re­spect, de­spite tak­ing an un­com­pro­mis­ing stance. There’s a pow­er­ful lu­nar eclipse. Trans­form your life. Call 1900 957 223.

PISCES (Feb 20–Mar 20)

Do you find it dif­fi­cult when your vi­sion is chal­lenged? With­out chal­lenge there can be no tri­umph. With the lu­nar eclipse in your sign and both your rulers in­volved in sig­nif­i­cant as­tro­log­i­cal ac­tiv­ity, there’s much to sug­gest this is a week from which you can emerge feel­ing vic­to­ri­ous. Clar­ify your vi­sion and ground your ideas in re­al­ity. Will this week’s in­spir­ing lu­nar eclipse change your life? Call 1900 957 223.

ARIES (Mar 21–Apr 20)

Be grate­ful for what is wrong. The com­ing eclipse squares your ruler Mars and brings an op­por­tu­nity to put it right. Be glad of what is an­noy­ing you and be es­pe­cially thank­ful for the prob­lem you don’t think you’ll ever solve. As Mars trines Uranus in your sign, imag­ine the de­light you will ex­pe­ri­ence when the way for­ward fi­nally presents it­self. There’s a pow­er­ful lu­nar eclipse. Trans­form your life. Call 1900 957 223.

TAU­RUS (Apr 21–May 21)

It’s dif­fi­cult when friends don’t share the same val­ues as you. What binds us to oth­ers usu­ally has less to do with sim­i­lar­i­ties, and more with a pri­mal con­nec­tion. At times you can sense when you meet a sim­i­lar soul to yours. Yet that doesn’t mean your dif­fer­ences won’t cause ten­sion from time to time. Re­mem­ber you share some­thing deeper than that which seeks to di­vide you. Will this week’s in­spir­ing lu­nar eclipse change your life? Call 1900 957 223.

GEM­INI (May 22–Jun 22)

If you feel a lit­tle tense, it is not sur­pris­ing. You are not quite sure how to re­spond to a chal­lenge, though you know you have to do some­thing. You’re right to see it as un­ac­cept­able, but as your ret­ro­grade ruler Mer­cury slips back through the zo­diac, avoid us­ing a sledge­ham­mer to crack a nut. Re­lax and al­low things to hap­pen nat­u­rally. There’s a pow­er­ful lu­nar eclipse. Trans­form your life. Call 1900 957 223.

CAN­CER ( Jun 23–Jul 23)

You know the say­ing “Don’t get mad, get even”? Well, some­times it ac­tu­ally pays to get an­gry. I’m not say­ing you should lose con­trol, but some fire in your belly could pro­vide the en­ergy you need to spur you on this week. To be suc­cess­ful, you’re go­ing to need drive, strength and spirit. You’re go­ing to have to ven­ture out of your com­fort zone – and a bit of “at­ti­tude” may help. Will this week’s in­spir­ing lu­nar eclipse change your life? Call 1900 957 223.

LEO ( Jul 24–Aug 23)

“Five lit­tle ducks went out one day, over the hills and far away. Mother duck said, ‘Quack, quack, quack, quack’, but only four lit­tle ducks came back.” Such things hap­pen, even in the best of broods, but the rhyme’s moral is vi­tal: we can’t keep re­peat­ing mis­takes. This week’s eclipse in­vites you to ask, “What do I keep do­ing wrong?” Find out and you can fix it. There’s a pow­er­ful lu­nar eclipse. Trans­form your life. Call 1900 957 223.

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