Mys­tic me­dusa

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gem­ini | MAY 21-JUN 20 The rad re­vamp that is Jupiter square Saturn is mak­ing it dif­fi­cult to de­tect sig­nal from noise. Demon­strate neu­ral su­pe­ri­or­ity over those who would try to tax your brain with trivia. Omni-task through the week and see how well your do­mes­tic, ro­man­tic realms have ben­e­fited. can­cer | JUN 21-JUL 22 The sun con­junct Venus is a cat­a­lyst for clan­des­tine af­fairs and se­cret crushes, in­ten­si­fy­ing emo­tions. It’s the same deal with art and spir­i­tual quests. All are stronger than usual. This is the pre­lude to Saturn in as­pect to Nep­tune; se­cu­rity ver­sus free­dom is go­ing to be a thing. leo | JUL 23-AUG 22 Re­born to rule: June 3 to 10 fea­tures the astrological boss of Leos — the sun — con­junct Venus. Cue po­tent re­nais­sance of your so­cial life, pulling pow­ers, artis­tic in­spi­ra­tion and groom­ing. Re­la­tion­ships bask in the light of this beau­ti­ful as­tral vibe, so sched­ule ac­cord­ingly. virgo | AUG 23-SEP 22 Un­til mid-Septem­ber is a ce­les­tial con­tin­uum, with one strong life les­son be­ing re­peated. Think what theme was po­tent for you six months ago and whether you em­braced it or tried an es­cape. That will be the theme of June 5 to July 6. Ca­reer-wise, you see what to dis­card. li­bra | SEP 23-OCT 22 Uranus and mis­chievous Eris are ag­i­tat­ing for re­la­tion­ship re­bel­lion. It does not mat­ter whether you mys­ticme­dusa.com are to over­throw op­pres­sive stan­dards, rigid bound­aries around your sin­gle sta­tus or firm up a flimsy re­la­tion­ship. The point is authen­tic­ity of ex­pres­sion. The more you cre­ate a faux love­able char­ac­ter, the more you de­flect the Li­bra ideal of ac­tual, real ro­mance. scor­pio | OCT 23-NOV 21 Next weekend’s new money moon is Venus en­hanced, which means well-earned lu­cre is com­ing your way. Cre­ate some space for ge­nius and luck. Yes to prag­ma­tism and a debt-free ex­is­tence. You’re about to en­joy a re­ward for your care­ful hon­ing of val­ues, as­sets. sagit­tar­ius | NOV 22-DEC 21 The square be­tween your ruler Jupiter and Saturn has been pun­ish­ing. By mid-June you will be thrilled you took the dras­tic steps you did. Stream­lined and sched­uled will seem vi­sion­ary. You’re verg­ing on a week of ex­cep­tional ro­man­tic po­ten­tial; the sun + Venus is bring­ing fresh rap­port or op­por­tu­nity from June 3 to 10. capri­corn | DEC 22-JAN 19 Un­til July 22, you have Pluto su­per­charg­ing your fu­ture, with omens and syn­chronic­ity buzzing like crazy. Peo­ple, places and projects are lur­ing you. No­tice how prospects make you feel, not what they look like or how you think they may play to cer­tain peo­ple. June 1 to 3 is brill for seclu­sion, not so hot for par­ty­ing, ul­ti­ma­tums. aquar­ius | JAN 20-FEB 17 A re­cal­i­bra­tion of the time-space-cre­ativ­ity con­tin­uum has been tak­ing place and it in­volves money. Econ­omy de­mands skil­ful com­pro­mise or ge­nius-level adapt­abil­ity. You can evoke the lat­ter two and the crap you’ve gone through in the past year is your train­ing ground. pisces | FEB 18-MAR 19 Nep­tune, your plan­e­tary ruler, is com­ing into align­ment with time god Saturn yet again. There is delu­sion-buster all June, with the final blast in Septem­ber. For now, the more you just gen­tly let the faux or pre­ten­tious el­e­ments of your per­sona slide off, the more suc­cess­ful you are. aries | MAR 20-APR 19 Mars backs into Scor­pio, realm of sex, debt, se­crets, the oc­cult, mor­tal­ity is­sues and your am­bi­tions. You’re get­ting set to battle your most press­ing psy­chic is­sues, even as you fi­nesse fi­nan­cials and face the truth is around your in­ti­mate re­la­tion­ships. tau­rus | APR 20-MAY 20 The dark moon days in the lead-up to next weekend in­clude a tricky as­pect from your ruler Venus to ne­bu­lous Nep­tune. Be on super high alert against stray id­iocy or worse around money and do not make a full-on money, love, art move un­til af­ter the 5th.

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