YOUR STARS WITH JUSTIN TOPER

Midweek Sport - - YOUR STARS -

CAPRICORN (22 Dec - 19 Jan): RE­CENT meet­ings or en­coun­ters should have lifted your spir­its and given you plenty to look for­ward to. Apart from that, you re­ally couldn’t wish for a bet­ter time to widen your so­cial circle or broaden your per­sonal hori­zons. The trou­ble is that the Sun links up with the dreary planet Saturn on Thurs­day and you may be sur­rounded by dowdy or crusty old peo­ple. In re­al­ity, you are about to find out who your real friends are – and it could be a pleas­ant shock.

AQUARIUS (20 Jan - 18 Feb): HAV­ING suf­fered many mis­for­tunes, things are look­ing up and you should be able to leap above the com­pe­ti­tion. There is no doubt that you will cope any new re­spon­si­bil­i­ties and have the abil­ity to rise higher up the lad­der of suc­cess. Sim­ply that the Sun is close to the mighty planet Saturn to­mor­row and you might have met your match. As it is, those in po­si­tions of power or author­ity could seem heavy handed, but what you are awarded will more than com­pen­sate.

PISCES (19 Feb - 20 Mar): THIS is bound to be an ac­tion packed or fre­netic time and one of sud­den ar­rivals and de­par­tures. On oc­ca­sions, you may not know whether you are com­ing or go­ing – lit­er­ally. How­ever, there is a ten­dency to be im­pul­sive and you can­not ex­pect ev­ery­thing to go en­tirely smoothly, whether you are trav­el­ing or not. In any case, news re­ceived from here, there or good­ness knows where on Thurs­day might seem dis­con­cert­ing. In truth, what is formed is not a ca­sual link.

ARIES (21 Mar - 19 Apr): A SALE, set­tle­ment or trans­ac­tion should be agreed and what would you like – cash or cheque? In any event, it would be in your best in­ter­est to keep any of­fers un­der your vest and be­come more sav­ings con­scious. Be­sides which, be­cause the Sun links up with Saturn the planet of hard­ships and harsh re­al­i­ties on Thurs­day, you might be forced to lower your de­mands, or run out of re­sources. There again, a po­ten­tial part­ner has your num­ber, even if you are not yet on first name terms.

TAURUS (20 Apr - 20 May): THIS should be a time of har­mo­nious re­la­tion­ships and when a close per­sonal frien­ship is be­gin­ning to de­velop nicely. Not only that, but you should man­age to in­fil­trate some­one’s circle, with­out feel­ing out of place. Just that all forms of part­ner­ships are stressed by a tense link be­tween the Sun and Saturn on Thurs­day and this could place an ex­tra strain, un­less you are more dis­creet. Ei­ther way, the time has come to make a choice, no mat­ter what is in­ferred.

GEMINI (21 May - 20 Jun): SOME kind of recog­ni­tion or per­sonal suc­cess is as­sured. Like­wise, a ma­jor ca­reer move is pos­si­ble, even if the chal­lenge is daunt­ing. More to the point, you may be feel­ing a bit un­der the weather or a lit­tle frag­ile and need to take things at a slower pace. In­deed, what hap­pens on Thurs­day is just an­other timely re­minder that you are not su­per hu­man. All the same, what you ac­com­plish is no mean feat and that you de­serve a medal. Whether you get one re­mains to be seen.

CAN­CER (21 Jun - 22 Jul): THIS should be an amaz­ing time for af­fairs of the heart, par­tic­u­larly if you have been sep­a­rated or apart from the one you love. Not only that, but oth­ers will seem very neigh­borly, if not ex­actly make you feel wel­come. So why the long face? Bear in mind that with the Sun close to Saturn on Thurs­day there might be a few tears and tantrums. All the more rea­son to stay in love and not al­low your­self to be hurt by those who are hurt­ing them­selves. Enough said. LEO (23 Jul - 22 Aug): WHILE you may have to make a few economies at home, in some ways your do­mes­tic life should be thriv­ing, or that the fam­ily for­tunes will be re­stored. The same ap­plies if you have cer­tainly monthly pay­ments to make and sud­denly you have a lot more money than you thought. Of course, with the Sun close to Saturn on Thurs­day, it won’t nec­es­sar­ily be a time of do­mes­tic bliss. Maybe you just feel over­whelmed and that mov­ing is al­ways stress­ful.

VIRGO (23 Aug - 22 Sep): NO doubt, you will find a way to com­mu­ni­cate with part­ners or cer­tain in­di­vid­u­als, even when in tur­moil. The only thing you have to do is re­view your plans – both in the long-term and im­me­di­ate fu­ture. Cer­tainly, with the Sun to­gether with Saturn the planet of re­stric­tions on Thurs­day, you could be knocked over by a feather when oth­ers sud­denly de­cide to make al­ter­na­tive ar­range­ments. Sim­ply go with the flow and watch how events un­fold. This is a stun­ning turn around.

LIBRA (23 Sep - 22 Oct): BY rights, re­cent events should have boosted your morale and bank bal­ance and en­abled you to lay the ground­work for the suc­cess of a new ven­ture. Once upon a time you would have just given up – now you should be de­ter­mined to get your act to­gether and re­ceive the of­fer of free sup­port. Ad­mit­tedly, what hap­pens on Thurs­day could drain your re­sources even fur­ther. But what­ever price you have to pay, you need to think of the big­ger pic­ture.

SCORPIO (23 Oct - 21 Nov): IN many ways, you should feel a lot hap­pier and ul­ti­mately stronger, even though your per­sonal world is about to ex­plode. This is not an ex­ag­ger­a­tion, be­cause the Sun close to Saturn in Scorpio on Thurs­day is bound to bring all kinds of emo­tions to the sur­face and force you to make a dif­fi­cult choice or de­ci­sion. Make it and be done with it and that this is not a time for the faint­hearted. In­stead, you must do what you feel is right. Pas­sion­ate, you will be.

SAGIT­TAR­IUS (22 Nov - 21 Dec): FOR pri­vate or do­mes­tic rea­sons, you should be feel­ing more hope­ful or op­ti­mistic, even though oth­ers have a ten­dency to con­fuse mat­ters or keep you in the dark. What is go­ing on be­hind the scenes is rather im­por­tant as you’re about to dis­cover. And there are a few sur­prises or shocks in store. See what comes to light on Thurs­day and try not look more into sit­u­a­tions than ex­ists. A break from the past is in­di­cated and should be wel­comed.

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