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libra | SEP 23-OCT 22

Mes­sen­ger God Mer­cury leaves Libra for Scorpio but will be back in your sign for Hal­loween. If you’re sur­mis­ing that a Mer­cury Ret­ro­grade is about to be added into an al­ready crazy for­mula.

scorpio | OCT 23-NOV 21

Mars and you go way back. For mil­len­nia be­fore the dis­cov­ery of Pluto, the ac­tion planet ruled Aries and Scorp. (FYI: The long­est Mars ever spent in Scorpio was a record 31 week long stint in 1984.) Mars in sync to Saturn un­til Oct 3 is sig­nif­i­cant: an­tic­i­pate an af­fir­ma­tion of your progress since Feb.

sagit­tar­ius| NOV 22-DEC 21

You don’t care about the Full Moon. Saturn turn­ing Di­rect in your $$$ sec­tor is the as­tro-event du jour and the one with the most not­i­ca­ble im­pact. Fi­nances feel more fluid by mid-week.

capri­corn| DEC 22-JAN 19

Peo­ple think the clas­sic Capri­corn trait of seem­ing more youth­ful as they age is be­cause you struck a su­per­nat­u­ral deal at some point. But you know it’s seren­ity from fan­tas­tic con­tin­gency plan­ning, the type that oth­ers dis­miss as dull.

aquar­ius | JAN 20-FEB 17

You think ul­te­rior mo­tives are a sign of in­se­cu­rity or a mood dis­or­der but Mer­cury into Scorpio un­til Hal­loween re­veals a few in your midst. It’s hard enough liv­ing in an anachro­nism with­out hav­ing to also play su­per-sleuth. So don’t. What­ever you need to know will emerge with the

Full Moon on Thurs­day/ Fri­day. Run every­thing else through your new Saturn-ap­proved regime of due dili­gence.

pisces | FEB 18-MAR 19

You gave up hy­per­bole in 2016, when Saturn squared Nep­tune, your rul­ing planet. But this as­tro is re­ally some­thing. Retro-Mars squares Saturn for the 2nd of three cat­a­lyst align­ments, show­ing up mis­placed trust or dyscal­cu­lia.

aries| MAR 20-APR 19

Van­ity and glamor are back. You could even be about to en­joy the re­turn of lust. Or, high re­gard from a per­son of in­ter­est. Venus in Leo forms a grand Fire syn­ergy with Mars, Lilith and the South Node.

taurus | APR 20-MAY 20

Pay at­ten­tion as this is in­tri­cate but im­por­tant: Mars squares Saturn this week, the sec­ond of three such as­pects this cy­cle. It echoes late Au­gust and pre­views the third square in Jan­uary 2021.

gemini | MAY 21-JUN 20

Daz­zling dat­ing, mat­ing and so­cial stars mid-melt­down may seem in­con­gru­ous but you sense a cer­tain strange logic to this week’s Venus-Mars-South Node trine. Weird

times ramp up the pheromones. Peo­ple are drop­ping bor­ing pre­ten­sions or their ad­her­ence to con­ven­tional cre­den­tials. And, it means you get to prac­tice the re­la­tion­ship wis­dom you cul­ti­vated over the un­usu­ally long phase (April un­til Au­gust) of Venus in Gemini.

can­cer| JUN 21-JUL 22

Saturn Di­rect puts the Time God on a clear path out of Capri­corn and the op­po­si­tion to your sign. Schemes sparked in late March and April are back: be ready. The Aries Full Moon il­lu­mi­nates shad­owy re­cesses in your ca­reer or public image realms. They’re not con­ceal­ing mon­sters or weird threats; your con­fi­dence and sense of can-do is about to re-emerge, out from hid­ing and ready to ramp up.

leo | JUL 23-AUG 22

Mer­cury mov­ing into Scorpio is good for log­i­cal ge­nius around fam­ily, do­mes­tic and real es­tate sce­nar­ios but not for big-spends, con­tract sign­ing or im­pulse de­ci­sions on chez Leo mat­ters. And, as it’s part of a par­tic­u­larly weird ret­ro­grade trip, avoid the above un­til at least De­cem­ber. Venus in your Leo is so bril­liantly placed that you can charge ahead with love, art, beauty or plea­sure in­stead.

virgo | AUG 23-SEP 22

The re­nais­sance will be spread­sheeted. Mars Retro, Lilith, Eris and a Full Moon flood­light your usu­ally dim­lylit 8th house: you re­al­ize that power, money and re­la­tion­ship mys­ter­ies are ex­pli­ca­ble via a data-fed vi­sion­ary anal­y­sis. Com­plete your al­go­rithm and turn it into a plan be­fore Saturn Di­rect on Septem­ber 29.

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