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Last week­end saw the fi­nal eclipse in a rare tril­ogy. Although it wasn’t a to­tal so­lar eclipse, it has had a sig­nif­i­cant im­pact. Those in the most north­ern reaches of the globe will have wit­nessed quite a show. But, even though it ar­rived high above the equa­tor, the hopes it in­spires will rise high enough for all of us to feel the ben­e­fits. We don’t need to wit­ness a ce­les­tial dis­play in or­der to be af­fected by its power. This is the be­gin­ning of a cy­cle, the emer­gence of a new path and the start of a great ad­ven­ture.

ARIES MAR 21–APR 20

Why do things seem so dif­fi­cult when they could be easy? Are you go­ing to have to make rad­i­cal changes to your life be­fore it be­gins to feel cosier? Ab­so­lutely not. Ac­tu­ally, all you need to do is to ac­cept that the spe­cific course you’re fol­low­ing is tak­ing its own sweet time. You don’t need to speed it up; nor do you have to change di­rec­tion … you’re go­ing where you need to go. As your ret­ro­grade ruler en­ters Capri­corn, if you let go of your sense of ur­gency, you’ll see that the tim­ing is per­fect. For your spook­ily ac­cu­rate post-eclipse fore­cast, call 1902 222 500.

TAURUS APR 21 – MAY 21

There’s an old say­ing that “there’s a right time and a right place for ev­ery­thing”. Yet, times have changed … we no longer have to fol­low the same pro­to­cols as we used to; we’re freer to ex­press our­selves and our needs. As con­ven­tions shift, we have the lib­erty to show our feel­ings as and when we ex­pe­ri­ence them rather than wait­ing for the “right mo­ment” to oc­cur. Even though peo­ple may not want to hear it, there’s a truth that needs to be told. The le­gacy of the eclipse means that you can be diplo­matic and hon­est to­day. The so­lar eclipse had a pow­er­ful mes­sage for you. Call 1902 222 500.

GEMINI MAY 22–JUN 22

How much do you value your own peace of mind? How of­ten do you put your­self in a sit­u­a­tion that you find awk­ward? We of­ten seem to ne­glect our own well­be­ing for the sake of in­tan­gi­ble schemes, such as putting the hap­pi­ness of oth­ers be­fore our own, or do­ing what we think oth­ers ex­pect us to do. Yet, when we’re too con­cil­ia­tory, we can be­come vic­tims and make sac­ri­fices that are to our own detri­ment. Don’t judge your­self too harshly now; your ideal is worth hold­ing out for. For your spook­ily ac­cu­rate lat­est moon-sign pre­dic­tion, call 1902 222 500.

CAN­CER JUN 23–JUL 23

You need some­thing to change, and it will. There’s no way that life will carry on as it is. When you’re in a dif­fer­ent sit­u­a­tion and have the ben­e­fit of hind­sight, the chances are that you’ll look back nos­tal­gi­cally at the way things are right now. You’ll have for­got­ten just how tire­some this sit­u­a­tion is and how des­per­ate you are to make it dif­fer­ent. Our mem­o­ries are se­lec­tive – which is con­ve­nient some­times. Yet, there are cer­tain things worth not­ing about your life now that will help in­form your fu­ture choices. For your spook­ily ac­cu­rate post-eclipse fore­cast, call 1902 222 500.

LEO JUL 24–AUG 23

Liv­ing your life in the mid­dle of the road isn’t easy. There’s a lot go­ing on there. It’s qui­eter and less in­tense when we find our way to the edges of the busy high­way. The knack is find­ing some­thing we en­joy in a less stress­ful area, then work­ing out how to bring it back into the cen­tre. That’s the art to find­ing suc­cess – and it’s what main­stream artists and pop­u­lar politi­cians man­age to do. If you soften the jagged edges of the idea you’ve had, some­thing that seems mar­ginal is ac­tu­ally fea­si­ble. The so­lar eclipse had a pow­er­ful mes­sage for you. Call 1902 222 500.

VIRGO AUG 24–SEP 23

Dream-catchers come from the Na­tive Amer­i­can tra­di­tion. They’re made by weav­ing coloured threads be­tween sticks, and were used to ward off un­pleas­ant dreams and in­spire re­fresh­ing sleep. It’s easy, in our tech­no­log­i­cal age, to re­gard such sim­ple prac­tices as su­per­sti­tious or un­e­d­u­cated. Yet, have we cre­ated any­thing that can in­flu­ence the dreams we have when asleep? No! Where you’re fo­cus­ing on a fear, the cos­mos now of­fers you the abil­ity to sim­ply let go. It’s as easy as you wish it to be. For your spook­ily ac­cu­rate lat­est moon-sign pre­dic­tion, call 1902 222 500.

LIBRA SEP 24–OCT 23

If at first you don’t suc­ceed, you should give up. Just stop and put your feet up. Move on to an­other project. Don’t let it bother you. I know! Tra­di­tion­ally, that’s not the right way to think or act. You’re sup­posed to keep try­ing, aren’t you? But, try­ing and try­ing to make some­thing work is not al­ways the best way to pro­ceed. Some­times, there’s a bet­ter op­tion right un­der your nose. You’ve given some­thing your best shot. As ret­ro­grade Mars moves into a new sign, it’s time to re­lax and seek an eas­ier way. For your spook­ily ac­cu­rate post-eclipse fore­cast, call 1902 222 500.

SCORPIO OCT 24–NOV 22

All sorts of folk over the cen­turies have dreamed of cre­at­ing a utopian world where life is fairer and peo­ple are kinder to one an­other. Is there any­thing wrong with such a dream? Only when it’s so in­tox­i­cat­ing that fan­tasy takes over and we lose our grip on re­al­ity. Fol­low­ing the par­tial so­lar eclipse, be aware of the po­ten­tial for an in­spi­ra­tional hope to be so daz­zling that you lose sight of what you need to be fo­cused on. There’s an im­por­tant fact that, once faced, will give you a clearer view of your fu­ture. The so­lar eclipse had a pow­er­ful mes­sage for you. Call 1902 222 500.

SAGITTARIUS NOV 23–DEC 21

Peo­ple who vol­un­teer their skills to help solve prob­lems of­ten have lots of peo­ple around them. They eas­ily en­cour­age sup­port. If their suc­cess isn’t quickly ap­par­ent, though, it doesn’t take long for the crit­i­cism to be­gin. They can even be blamed for the very trou­ble they’ve tried to solve. That doesn’t mean that you should hold back from of­fer­ing your help if some­one asks you to­day. Although you might not be the re­cip­i­ent of much grat­i­tude, you’ll ben­e­fit in more sub­tle and longer-last­ing ways. For your spook­ily ac­cu­rate lat­est moon-sign pre­dic­tion, call 1902 222 500.

CAPRI­CORN DEC 22–JAN 20

They say that, when one door closes, an­other one opens. But, what hap­pens when one door opens? Is there a pos­i­tive for ev­ery nega­tive and vice versa? Ideally, we’d all be able to see the other side of ev­ery sce­nario. When look­ing at an ad­van­tage, we’d be cau­tious. When faced with a chal­lenge, we’d be op­ti­mistic. More of­ten, though, pos­i­tive peo­ple are al­ways pos­i­tive, and nega­tive folk are al­ways gloomy. As Mars moves into your sign, if you find the right bal­ance, you’ll make a great choice to­day. For your spook­ily ac­cu­rate post-eclipse fore­cast, call 1902 222 500.

AQUARIUS JAN 21–FEB 19

You’re not al­ways the eas­i­est per­son to get on with. No­body is! The trickiest peo­ple are those who seem to be get­ting along just fine, but who have un­der­ly­ing in­ner bat­tles, hold grudges and se­cretly dis­agree with ev­ery­one about ev­ery­thing. You don’t hide your feel­ings or your opin­ions; peo­ple know where they stand. Since you have skills and abil­i­ties that are much ad­mired, there’s no need to doubt your­self or the im­pres­sion you give to other peo­ple to­day. Be con­fi­dent in who you are and what you do. The so­lar eclipse had a pow­er­ful mes­sage for you. Call 1902 222 500.

PISCES FEB 20–MAR 20

We can feel alone when we’re in a crowded room … feel­ing lonely is not the same as be­ing alone. The dif­fer­ence be­tween the two can be a mat­ter of choice. Be­cause you’re find­ing it hard to ex­press an idea, you’re at risk of feel­ing alone. Yet, as soon as you ar­tic­u­late a heart­felt wish, that feel­ing will dis­perse. You need to gather your thoughts into a co­he­sive ar­gu­ment. Then, you’ll be able to share them. You can use the sen­si­tiv­ity you’re feel­ing to dis­cern who to trust with your plans. For your spook­ily ac­cu­rate lat­est moon-sign pre­dic­tion, call 1902 222 500.

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