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Pisces Adele Lang Aries

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Aquarius JAN 21 – FEB 19

Time to kiss and make up with a for­mer friend or ex-part­ner. Plan­e­tary as­pects pre­dict you’ll be much hap­pier if you can show you are will­ing to for­give and for­get. It won’t be easy, mind. For starters, you may have to ex­tend the olive branch first. And you might have to ad­mit some fault as well.

Taurus APRIL 21 – MAY 21

When Mars moves into your sign mid-week, your anger lev­els are likely to shoot up. Cer­tainly, you’ll be less pa­tient than usual. Since you don’t want to cause fights or make hasty mis­takes, spir­i­tual prac­tices are ad­vised. You can’t turn into the Dalai Lama overnight but you may just avoid need­less stress...

Leo JULY 24 – AUG 23

Now Mars and Uranus are trav­el­ling in tan­dem, look out for your loved ones. Their emo­tional and phys­i­cal wel­fare is re­liant on you and your di­rect in­ter­ven­tion. A par­ent, sib­ling or part­ner mightn’t like be­ing told what to do, but tough. You’re do­ing it for their own good, even if they don’t quite see it that way yet.

Scorpio OCT 24 – NOV 22

As a gen­eral as­tro­log­i­cal love rule, Scorp-girls like to be chased. But this week, it’s pos­si­ble you’ll be the preda­tor rather than prey. Any brave or bold move made by you should pay off ro­man­ti­cally very soon. And if it doesn’t? Con­sole your­self with the thought that you fi­nally had the guts to put your heart on the line.

FEB 20 – MAR 20

Pros­per­ity beck­ons for Pis­ceans will­ing to take (cal­cu­lated) risks. Your money planet Mars is fight­ing your cor­ner at the mo­ment, and make no mis­take – the amount of home­work you do beforehand will de­ter­mine your re­wards. Seek pro­fes­sional fi­nan­cial ad­vice if the num­bers don’t stack up at first.

Gemini MAY 22 – JUNE 21

Keep it light­hearted this week and you won’t go too far wrong. Even the most maddening so­cial or work sit­u­a­tion can be made bear­able by crack­ing a well-timed joke. Tempt­ing as it may be to show your se­ri­ous side dur­ing test­ing times, friends, fam­ily and work peers will re­act bet­ter to a lit­tle Gemini lev­ity.

Virgo AUG 24 – SEPT 23

Air­ing ro­man­tic griev­ances be­fore, dur­ing or straight af­ter Valen­tine’s Day might seem un­wise but this star-gazer thinks keep­ing things bot­tled up would be even worse. Your part­ner or suitor can’t read your mind. Un­til you ex­plain ex­actly how you feel, a promis­ing fu­ture to­gether may be doomed to fail.

Sagittarius NOV 23 – DEC 21

Ac­cord­ing to the archer chart, su­per­sen­si­tive loved ones will need to be treated with ex­tra care this week. Nor­mally, you’re for­given for be­ing tact­less and – po­ten­tially – un­kind. Un­for­tu­nately, this may not prove to be the case for much longer. One per­son, in par­tic­u­lar, might be ready to cut con­ver­sa­tions off for good.

MAR 21 – APRIL 20

Not ev­ery­one will agree with your do­mes­tic pro­pos­als this week. In­deed, some people could seem al­most wil­fully stub­born. Rather than at­tempt to win them over, drop the sub­ject for a while. The plan­ets reckon your pow­ers of per­sua­sion aren’t great – but they should im­prove a few weeks from now.

Cancer JUNE 22 – JULY 23

Whether you’re feel­ing ro­man­ti­cally in­clined or not, Saturn says you shouldn’t overindulge a part­ner with lav­ish gifts and ges­tures. Firstly, you’ll be in dan­ger of putting great strain on your (not-so-healthy) bank bal­ance. Se­condly, there’s a chance you might end up guilt-trip­ping your lover into do­ing like­wise.

Libra SEPT 24 – OCT 23

If you don’t wish to ca­reen from one ex­treme emo­tion to another over the next week, you might need to stay well away from folk who know ex­actly which but­tons to press. While this may prove im­pos­si­ble at cer­tain times of the week, any time taken to cool off in be­tween will help mod­er­ate your wildest moods.

Capricorn DEC 22 – JAN 20

Lu­nar ac­tiv­ity sug­gests you’d be bet­ter off hol­ing up at home rather than gadding about town. Luck­ily for you, you’re adept at pe­ri­ods of self-im­posed soli­tude. Pro­vid­ing you let people know in ad­vance as to why you want to be alone, they won’t mind you be­ing a no-show at near-fu­ture so­cial events.

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