STARGAZING

Shel­ley von Strunckel, one of the world’s top as­trologers, writes a weekly forecast for Fri­day

Friday - - Horoscopes -

ARIES MAR 20 – APR 18

Ob­vi­ously, you’d rather deal with plans once, then move on. But this week’s events are far too com­plex for such a forth­right ap­proach. Al­though you re­sist mak­ing half­way ar­range­ments, the more flex­i­ble your plans are, the bet­ter ad­van­tage you can take of the week’s amaz­ing of­fers.

TAURUS APR 19 – MAY 19

It’s not that you’ve been an­ti­so­cial but, rather, you’ve been ques­tion­ing el­e­ments of your life. Now events get you mov­ing, and you’ll both en­joy and ben­e­fit from be­ing out and about. Keep up the pace. You’ve lots of peo­ple to meet and ideas to hear about be­fore the end of the month. De­ci­sions will ide­ally wait un­til af­ter that.

GEM­INI MAY 20 – JUN 19

Changes in your way of liv­ing, work­ing and fi­nan­cial life are in the air, but you’re un­likely to know enough to make de­ci­sions un­til af­ter Jupiter’s spec­tac­u­lar al­liance with Pluto on the 26th. For now, explore every­thing so you can move swiftly when it’s time to make com­mit­ments.

CAN­CER JUN 20 – JUL 21

Un­set­tling as the events re­shap­ing your way of liv­ing and work­ing may be, they’re in your best in­ter­ests. With cir­cum­stances shift­ing nearly ev­ery day, en­sure plans are ten­ta­tive so you can re­think things. It will all come to­gether, but prob­a­bly not un­til early July’s piv­otal Can­cer New Moon.

LEO JUL 22 – AUG 21

With Venus, your ruler the Sun and, as of June 29, Mer­cury all po­si­tioned in the most strate­gic por­tion of your chart, you’re in a cy­cle of wait­ing and watch­ing. Re­spond to of­fers, but keep your ideas to your­self. This pre­vents you mak­ing pre­ma­ture prom­ises and al­lows you to shed re­stric­tive plans.

VIRGO AUG 22 – SEP 21

While you can’t es­cape the need to make de­ci­sions, bear in mind this is a pe­riod of change, for you and oth­ers. So show in­ter­est where it’s mer­ited but keep things flex­i­ble enough that you can re­spond to the many ideas com­ing your way this week. What’s good now will just get bet­ter.

LIBRA SEP 22 – OCT 21

There’s a grow­ing plan­e­tary em­pha­sis on de­ci­sions re­gard­ing el­e­ments of your ex­ist­ing life and fu­ture plans. Yet with in­trigu­ing ideas still ap­pear­ing, you want to keep your op­tions open. The trick is to show in­ter­est but stop short of com­mit­ting. What’s good now will get bet­ter next week.

SCORPIO OCT 22 – NOV 20

Promis­ing as the ideas com­ing your way are, they’re just the be­gin­ning of a pe­riod of ex­cit­ing of­fers that cli­maxes with the boun­ti­ful Jupiter’s stun­ning link with your ruler Pluto, on the 26th. Know­ing what’s best is yet to come, make it clear what in­ter­ests you but con­tinue to explore. Side­step fixed com­mit­ments just yet.

SAGITTARIUS NOV 21 – DEC 20

You don’t mind new de­vel­op­ments, so you’ll thrive on this week’s twists and turns. But oth­ers strug­gle with sur­prises and could try to slow the pace. Ex­plain that, as it’s your life, de­ci­sions are up to you. Then pro­ceed, re­mem­ber­ing that you’ll only re­gret what you didn’t do.

CAPRICORN DEC 21 – JAN 19

Dis­rup­tive as both the changes you’ve de­cided to make and shake-ups in the world around you may be, these are timely. By mid­week you recog­nise that what’s least ex­pected could bring ex­actly what, and who, is needed, al­though not in the form you’ve an­tic­i­pated.

AQUARIUS JAN 20 – FEB 18

For ages you’ve been cling­ing to cer­tain fa­mil­iar habits. By now, how­ever, you’re be­gin­ning to re­alise the changes that once wor­ried you are ac­tu­ally break­throughs, if in dis­guise. Explore these. What you learn will re­as­sure you that progress comes from ven­tur­ing into the un­known.

PISCES FEB 19 – MAR 19

Talk of re­or­gan­is­ing el­e­ments of your life has been go­ing on for so long you’re now ig­nor­ing it. Don’t. The pow­er­ful plan­e­tary ac­tiv­ity of June’s last 10 days is about do­ing things in a very new, and worth­while, way. Once you be­gin mak­ing those changes, you’ll re­alise they’re ex­actly what’s needed.

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