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TUES­DAY, APRIL 17, 2018 Saturn Ret­ro­grade

“Give me a lever long enough and a ful­crum on which to place it,” said Archimedes, “and I shall move the world.” He might have added some­thing about the in­te­gral strength of the lever. Saturn ret­ro­grade re­minds us just how heavy world can be. Nonethe­less, fig­ure out your point of lever­age; be strong; and make things hap­pen.

ARIES (March 21-April 19). When re­la­tion­ships go through changes, both peo­ple in the re­la­tion­ship are a part of that. The very na­ture of re­la­tion­ships is co-in­volve­ment. To­day the blame and credit are likely to be mis­placed. It’s some­thing to think over.

TAU­RUS (April 20-May 20). Want to find out ev­ery­thing? All you have to do is ask, “How are you?” and the whole story comes out. Share your story, too, oth­er­wise it’s not as fun (or as fair)!

GEMINI (May 21-June 21). You’re the star of some­one’s thoughts to­day. And while you’re not quite the per­son they think you are (you’re so much deeper than their lim­ited knowl­edge of you), you might have fun try­ing on the role.

CAN­CER (June 22-July 22). You want to ex­plore, but there’s plenty to do right where you are. How can you jus­tify traips­ing around the world (or the in­ter­net) with your cur­rent load of re­spon­si­bil­ity? Set a timer. A few min­utes of nov­elty is all you need to re­fresh your out­look.

LEO (July 23-Aug. 22). What­ever “it” is to­day, it will re­quire hard work. Hard work isn’t al­ways heavy lift­ing, sweat or hours of toil. Hard work is ef­fi­ciently get­ting it done, even if “it” is mostly just think­ing some­thing through.

VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 22). You’re not get­ting the re­sponse you de­sire. It’s not some­thing you’re en­ti­tled to; rather, it’s a puz­zle to solve. An ex­per­i­men­tal ap­proach will work well for you.

LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. 23). The ques­tion of the day is an ex­is­ten­tial one that can be taken many dif­fer­ent ways and di­rected to your­self or to oth­ers: “Who do you think you are?” The an­swer will change by the minute.

SCORPIO (Oct. 24-Nov. 21). When the so­cial im­pe­tus to be with the group plays against the fact that there’s ap­par­ently noth­ing in the sit­u­a­tion for you, bore­dom en­sues. But there is some­thing here for you. You’ll have to dig deeper for it.

SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Dec. 21). Pas­sion isn’t nec­es­sary for achieve­ment, but it of­ten leads to it. The pas­sion­ate per­son usu­ally gets there sooner, too, be­cause pas­sion is fast-burn­ing fuel. To­day you’ll be pro­pelled by your pas­sion.

CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan. 19). A secret is sup­posed to be some­thing hid­den or un­known. And yet, se­crets are told and sold ev­ery day, in books and on bill­boards, in texts and on tele­vi­sion. That’s why your abil­ity to re­ally keep a secret is so re­mark­able and rare.

AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb. 18). Like a good mur­der mys­tery novel or a Steven Soder­bergh movie, some things are best pre­sented in jum­bled puz­zle pieces that you have to put to­gether your­self. That will be half the fun to­day.

PISCES (Feb. 19-March 20). Some­times hap­pi­ness has you cheer­ing. Other times it in­spires quiet reverie. Hap­pi­ness can move you to tears, make you dance, write, sing or drive long dis­tances. Stay flex­i­ble so you can rec­og­nize hap­pi­ness how­ever it shows up.

TO­DAY’S BIRTH­DAY (April 17). You’ll ex­pe­ri­ence a sharp uptick in con­fi­dence, self-suf­fi­ciency and am­bi­tion over the next two months. You’ll of­ten find your­self in a se­ri­ous sched­ule with big re­spon­si­bil­ity. So when it’s time to play, be sure to have fun like it’s your birthright. The ed­u­ca­tion you get in Novem­ber will markedly in­crease your means. Pisces and Sagittarius adore you. Your lucky num­bers are: 20, 5, 49, 30 and 13.

AS­TRO­LOG­I­CAL TOPIC: “What is tarot and how does it re­late to as­trol­ogy?”

Tarot is a deck of cards that for­tunetellers have used through the ages to see the past, present and fu­ture. No one agrees on just how long tarot’s been around, but early tarot cards were likely play­ing cards. Both tarot and as­trol­ogy use sym­bols of hu­man con­scious­ness -- some­thing Carl Jung called “archetypes”. An archetype is a sym­bol that is so uni­ver­sal it shows up in myths, dreams, art and real life for peo­ple of dif­fer­ent ages, races and cul­tures. For in­stance, we all know what it’s like to enter a com­pletely new phase of life and just jump right in with­out an in­struc­tion man­ual. In tarot, the sym­bol that rep­re­sents this idea is the fool card. I liken that to Aries, a pure, clear, no-fear way of be­ing. Have you been through pe­ri­ods of life where you learned to trust in your own re­source­ful­ness, value and in­tu­ition to get to the next step? That’s the High Pri­est­ess card, a life jour­ney for Tau­rus peo­ple. Good com­mu­ni­ca­tion, ver­sa­tile skills and ex­em­plar tim­ing is the magic of the Ma­gi­cian... and Gemini. We can count on the in­ner Ma­gi­cian (or a Gemini) to pull an op­por­tu­nity out of the hat.

CELEBRITY PRO­FILES: Jen­nifer Garner found her call­ing through ac­tion-ad­ven­ture roles but flirts with drama and ro­man­tic com­edy. Her col­leagues say she’s one of the bright­est, warm­est per­son­al­i­ties in Hol­ly­wood. The com­bi­na­tion of Aries fire and Gemini air bring an edgy, spon­ta­neously com­bustible el­e­ment to her ac­tion and dra­matic roles. Look for Garner in the ro­man­tic dram­edy “Love, Si­mon.”

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