OS­CAR CAINER

Your weekly stars.

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

TAURUS (April 21–May 21)

Ev­ery day, af­ter day care, my three-year-old asks if we can pop into the shop to buy some bis­cuits. For some­one who’s only just dis­cov­er­ing the de­lights of con­fec­tionery, there are many things to try – each rep­re­sent­ing a foray into a de­li­cious new world. No mat­ter what’s been spoil­ing your ap­petite, this week, life be­gins to taste sweet. And, if you’re will­ing to try a new sen­sa­tion, things may turn out to be sen­sa­tional! Dur­ing the dark of the Moon, your fu­ture can be re­vealed. Call 1900 957 223.

GEMINI (May 22–Jun 22)

Out­wardly, you may be able to act as if all is straight­for­ward, but your thoughts are in a jum­ble – worse than the kind that you find be­hind a TV, or a com­puter, when too many ex­tra gad­gets have been plugged into it. But you can un­tan­gle a messy mind­set. With Mer­cury ret­ro­grade, go slowly, strand by strand, and you’ll feel far bet­ter. If you need some in­spi­ra­tion, this is your week. Call 1900 957 223.

CANCER ( Jun 23–Jul 23)

De­spite ap­pear­ances, noth­ing stays still. Even an empty room is full of vi­brat­ing atoms whose move­ments pro­vide the force that keeps the walls solid. Yet some­times we can make the world ap­pear still. And some­times a pause for breath is all we need to re­alise how dif­fer­ent life can be. This week, take the time to re­flect. A new day dawns, but at its own pace. There is ex­cite­ment in the stars for you this week. Call 1900 957 223.

LEO ( Jul 24–Aug 23)

“Don’t worry about a thing, ’cos ev­ery lit­tle thing’s gonna be all right,” sang Bob Mar­ley. Many of us love songs that con­tain mes­sages of this na­ture, but can’t we see the world is full of things to worry about? Well, you don’t need to worry this week. The New Moon re­ally does sug­gest things can turn out bet­ter than “all right”. You can al­ter what you want and make it work for you. For heart-lift­ing news, call 1900 957 223.

VIRGO (Aug 24–Sep 23)

“Just when I thought I was out… they pull me back in!” This week you may find your­self sound­ing like Al Pa­cino in The God­fa­ther: Part III. Ac­tu­ally, you’re in the sec­ond part of your own tril­ogy. Mer­cury, now ret­ro­grade, is con­junct with Uranus for the penul­ti­mate time this year. An op­por­tu­nity comes your

way. Learn all you can, and you’ll gain the in­sight to progress to the next level. You can work magic in your world this week. Find out how. Call 1900 957 223.

LIBRA (Sep 24–Oct 23)

Are you adopt­ing po­si­tions you’re not com­pletely sure you want to be in? There are as­pects of your sit­u­a­tion that you like, but there are fac­tors you’re un­com­fort­able about. You can let it bug you, or rise above it. Ac­tu­ally, you don’t have a choice! With Venus about to join Mer­cury, trust, ac­cept and pre­pare for a week that brings deep joy. There are in­sights and rev­e­la­tions in store for you. Call 1900 957 223.

SCORPIO (Oct 24–Nov 22)

There’s noth­ing wrong with be­ing a pri­vate per­son. Af­ter all, show­ing vul­ner­a­bil­ity makes you… vul­ner­a­ble! But be­ing guarded cre­ates prob­lems of its own. Es­pe­cially when you want to make a fresh start in an im­por­tant re­la­tion­ship. If you want to deepen your con­nec­tion to some­one, you just have to try once more, with feel­ing. This week can bring the suc­cess you de­serve in your life. Call 1900 957 223.

SAGITTARIUS (Nov 23–Dec 21)

Each and ev­ery one of us has been on a se­ries of great ad­ven­tures. Though we look ad­mir­ingly on those whose sagas seem to have been more dra­matic, we re­ally can’t say that any one per­son’s life has meant more (or less) than any other’s. As Mer­cury links to Saturn in your sign, you’re deal­ing with some­thing unique this week. You’ll han­dle it well. You can find in­spi­ra­tion and make change hap­pen. Call 1900 957 223.

CAPRICORN (Dec 22–Jan 20)

King Odysseus of Ithaca. Kevin in Home Alone. Both are clas­sic(ish) ex­am­ples of how cun­ning is re­quired to seal great vic­to­ries. This week, try to take a creative ap­proach to an is­sue that’s re­fus­ing to go away. There’s no point lament­ing your in­abil­ity to stop this sit­u­a­tion from re­cur­ring. In­stead, you can cel­e­brate a newly re­ju­ve­nated tal­ent for im­pro­vi­sa­tion. Find in­spi­ra­tion to make the changes you need in your life. Call 1900 957 223.

AQUARIUS ( Jan 21–Feb 19)

How do model-mak­ers get ships in­side bot­tles? How do ma­gi­cians seem­ingly saw peo­ple in half? These feats ap­pear im­pos­si­ble un­til the trick is re­vealed. This week, if you re­visit the ev­i­dence, you will be­gin to un­der­stand a mat­ter that’s been baf­fling you. Mer­cury’s links with both your rulers help you see the se­cret. Ev­ery­thing will be­come ob­vi­ous. There’s great news if you are look­ing for in­spi­ra­tion. Call 1900 957 223.

PISCES (Feb 20–Mar 20)

“Has the cat got your tongue?” What a cu­ri­ous ex­pres­sion. There are far more likely sce­nar­ios that make it hard to com­mu­ni­cate. And if any­one did run away with your tongue, I’m not sure why it would end up with a cat. This week, if you’re hunt­ing for the speechthief, it could be ret­ro­grade Mer­cury. You can find a new way to com­mu­ni­cate a mes­sage. Just let your heart do the talk­ing. Call if you are look­ing to make some pos­i­tive changes. Call 1900 957 223.

ARIES (Mar 21–Apr 20)

With Mer­cury ret­ro­grade in your sign, some­one is say­ing one thing but do­ing an­other. Your mis­sion is to find a way to ac­cu­rately read and un­der­stand the in­for­ma­tion you’re re­ceiv­ing. But you can’t just be log­i­cal. There are emo­tional is­sues in­volved. The re­turn of Venus to your sec­tor of the zo­diac will em­power your in­stincts. Trust them. In­sights are avail­able to you this week. Find out more. Call 1900 957 223.

1. Just do you. Learn to love the per­son you are, not the ca­reer ti­tle you have.

2. Re­alise your job is not your life and never lose sight of the things that mat­ter most – love and fam­ily.

3. Don’t let ex­ter­nal things fill your in­ter­nal needs.

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