STARGAZ­ING

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

Friday - - Horoscopes -

ARIES MAR 20 – APR 18

Just when you thought per­sis­tent prob­lems couldn’t be over­come, sud­den ideas or changes in cir­cum­stances clear the way for plans to pro­ceed. Re­view ex­ist­ing ar­range­ments. This will prove sur­pris­ingly in­for­ma­tive and, bet­ter yet, dis­cus­sions lead to ex­cit­ing new ideas in­volv­ing oth­ers.

TAURUS APR 19 – MAY 19

The past weeks’ events have been as ex­cit­ing as un­set­tling. Now that you’re dis­cussing plans, you’ll also need to re­think long-stand­ing ar­range­ments. Un­set­tling as this seems, with your ruler Venus, Mer­cury and, on the 22nd, the Sun all mov­ing to ac­cent a new ap­proach, the more op­tions your ex­plore now, the bet­ter the out­come.

GEMINI MAY 20 – JUN 19

After an ex­cit­ing, but chaotic, cou­ple of weeks the pace slows, enough you’re able to con­sider where things stand now and fu­ture plans. You soon dis­cover these need to be rethought. How­ever, with so much still in tran­si­tion, your fo­cus should be dis­cus­sion, not firm ar­range­ments.

CAN­CER JUN 20 – JUL 21

With the Sun, charm­ing Venus and Mer­cury all in Can­cer, you’re at your most per­sua­sive. Yet you’re still un­sure about cer­tain changes. What’s most im­por­tant is that you dis­cuss plans. While of­ten oth­ers’ ideas will dif­fer from yours, the re­sult­ing con­ver­sa­tions will clar­ify your think­ing.

LEO JUL 22 – AUG 21

Re­cent dis­cus­sions were com­plex and, on oc­ca­sion, trig­gered con­fronta­tions. While these ten­sions won’t van­ish, at least you can now talk things over with­out those con­ver­sa­tions turn­ing into dra­mas. Bear in mind, how­ever, that noth­ing has set­tled, so re­gard plans you ar­range as ten­ta­tive.

VIRGO AUG 22 – SEP 21

While you might have a right to blame re­cent dra­mas on oth­ers’ poor plan­ning, no­body could have an­tic­i­pated re­cent twists and turns in events. So fo­cus on team­work and main­tain­ing cru­cial al­liances. Ev­ery­body will ben­e­fit from the re­sult­ing anal­y­sis and ex­change of ideas.

LIBRA SEP 22 – OCT 21

In the past week, you faced com­plex sit­u­a­tions where you had to deal with oth­ers’ dif­fer­ences. Things are calmer now. Still, cer­tain in­di­vid­u­als are de­ter­mined to have things their way. This isn’t your prob­lem. Back off, or you’ll end up play­ing the role of peace­maker.

SCORPIO OCT 22 – NOV 20

Hav­ing strug­gled to achieve an ac­cord in al­ready tense ar­range­ments, when they start com­ing un­done you won’t be pleased. Yet with so much in tran­si­tion, such changes are in­evitable. Re­gard what’s ar­ranged as one of a se­ries of plans, and when you need to re­think things, it’s just a new step to­wards some­thing last­ing.

SAGITTARIUS NOV 21 – DEC 20

When the re­mark­able events trig­gered by late June’s pow­er­ful link be­tween your ruler Jupiter and Pluto took place, you set about turn­ing them into last­ing plans. How­ever, you’re still wrestling with un­ex­pected de­vel­op­ments. Deal with these once, in depth, and the plans will en­dure.

CAPRICORN DEC 21 – JAN 19

For you as a thor­ough Capricorn, com­plex sit­u­a­tions are no prob­lem. How­ever, some is­sues are strangely up­set­ting. These in­volve emo­tional mat­ters and are be­ing trig­gered by the Full Moon in your sign. Although this isn’t un­til the 19th, the time has come to face, and dis­cuss, these mat­ters in depth.

AQUARIUS JAN 20 – FEB 18

The ob­sta­cles you’re fac­ing are pre­vent­ing you from mak­ing ar­range­ments you’d later re­gret. Deep down you sense the truth of this. It’s just that you’re de­ter­mined to see cer­tain plans through. Both cir­cum­stances and your life have changed, so the vi­sion you had for the fu­ture must change, too.

PISCES FEB 19 – MAR 19

Elim­i­nat­ing your ide­al­is­tic Pis­cean na­ture isn’t pos­si­ble. In­stead, for now, you’re urged to adopt an un­char­ac­ter­is­ti­cally cyn­i­cal per­spec­tive. That way, dur­ing this com­plex pe­riod, you won’t be shocked when some in­di­vid­u­als are un­co­op­er­a­tive. Ac­cept it so you can take the up­per hand.

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