HOROSCOPES by Sally Bromp­ton

By Sally Bromp­ton

Irish Daily Mail - YOU - - IN THIS ISSUE -

VIRGO 24 AUG-23 SEPT

Jupiter, planet of good for­tune, forms a splen­did as­pect with Saturn, planet of struc­ture and self-dis­ci­pline, this week, which is as­tro­log­i­cal short­hand for say­ing your luck is in. Fam­ily and fi­nan­cial mat­ters are espe­cially well-starred at the mo­ment, which should be good news for Vir­gos who have been out of favour or out of pocket. CALL 1560 475 017*

LI­BRA 24 SEPT-23 OCT

Now that Venus, your ro­man­tic ruler, has joined pas­sion­ate Mars in Leo to high­light your dreams and de­sires, you can for­get your doubts about a cer­tain re­la­tion­ship and fo­cus on the things you have in com­mon – rather than those that di­vide you. There are more than you re­alise. CALL 1560 475 018* SCOR­PIO 24 OCT-22 NOV

Be­cause Venus is now tran­sit­ing the mid­heaven an­gle of your chart, you can charm the socks off even your most bit­ter ri­vals. Of course, with Mars also mov­ing through this area of your so­lar chart, you can just as eas­ily pound them into sub­mis­sion. As if you would! CALL 1560 475 019* SAGIT­TAR­IUS 23 NOV-21 DEC

Throw cau­tion to the wind this week. To­day’s re­mark­able as­pect be­tween your ruler Jupiter and Saturn means that what goes right will be won­der­ful and what goes wrong won’t hurt too much. You will know in­stinc­tively if a gam­ble is worth tak­ing. CALL 1560 475 020* CAPRI­CORN 22 DEC-20 JAN

What do you re­ally want? Do you de­serve it? If the an­swer to the lat­ter ques­tion is ‘yes’ – and if you are be­ing hon­est – then you will get what you want this week. Even if you do not de­serve it, this should still be a ben­e­fi­cial time for you – but think how good it could have been. CALL 1560 475 021* AQUAR­IUS 21 JAN-19 FEB

This could be one of the most im­por­tant weeks of the year for gen­eral part­ner­ship mat­ters and af­fairs of the heart in par­tic­u­lar. As ar­tic­u­late Mer­cury moves back to join Venus and Mars in your op­po­site sign, you can and must take the op­por­tu­nity to re­veal how you feel. CALL 1560 475 010* PISCES 20 FEB-20 MARCH

Rou­tine tasks will bore you even more than usual now that fun-lov­ing Venus is fo­cus­ing on your work and well­be­ing. So if there are any chores you need to get out of the way, do them early on so that you can de­vote the rest of the week to the pur­suit of plea­sure and fun. CALL 1560 475 011* ARIES 21 MARCH-20 APRIL

This will be one of those weeks that you’ll wish could last for ever. How­ever, you would soon get bored if it did. Highs are only high if there is some­thing low to mea­sure them against. Cos­mic forces are en­cour­ag­ing you to make hay while the sun shines. Pre­pare for a heat­wave. CALL 1560 475 012* TAU­RUS 21 APRIL-21 MAY

Peace of mind is cheap at any price, so if you have to pay a lit­tle ex­tra to ease your fears this week, it will be money well spent. Time passed with part­ners and loved ones will be highly ben­e­fi­cial, espe­cially if you have been fo­cus­ing too much on ca­reer mat­ters lately. CALL 1560 475 013* GEM­INI 22 MAY-21 JUNE

You will be in de­mand this week now that charis­matic Venus has joined your gre­gar­i­ous ruler Mer­cury and dy­namic Mars to fo­cus on travel and so­cial events. Even if you have im­por­tant chores to com­plete, you must make time for friends and rel­a­tives. Other things can wait. CALL 1560 475 014* CANCER 22 JUNE-23 JULY

Put money mat­ters first this week and don’t be too dis­mayed if a plan has to be shelved be­cause it is im­prac­ti­cal. You have so many good things go­ing for you at the mo­ment that you can af­ford to pick and choose your projects. De­cide on the one that pays the best. CALL 1560 475 015* LEO 24 JULY-23 AUG

These are splen­did times for you as Venus, Mars and now Mer­cury all tran­sit your birth sign. Whether you are young or old, rich or poor, tal­ented or av­er­age, you can and will achieve some­thing spe­cial this week. Watch out, world – the Leos are tak­ing over. CALL 1560 475 016*

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