Jonathan Cainer

The Irish Mail on Sunday - TV Week - - PUZZLE TIME -

Mar 21 - Apr 20

This week be­gins with a Full Moon and ends with a con­junc­tion of the Sun and Jupiter. That’s more aus­pi­cious but less vis­i­ble. When heav­enly ob­jects form a con­junc­tion with the Sun, they rise at dawn and set at dusk. Day­light drowns out their glow. The only ex­cep­tions oc­cur dur­ing an eclipse. (In May, the Moon briefly blocks the Sun, leav­ing only a ring of fire; and in June, we’ll see Venus form­ing a beauty spot on the face of our cen­tral star.) But even if we can’t see the Sun’s align­ment with Jupiter, we’ll feel blessed by it.

Sep 24 - Oct 23

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