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ARIES MAR 20 — APR 19

If you find your­self be­ing chal­lenged, rather than re­spond­ing, con­sider re­mov­ing your­self from the fray. It’s as if you’ve just fin­ished an event in the de­cathlon. You’ve been forced to chal­lenge your­self in a va­ri­ety of dif­fer­ent ways and you’re tired, yet still buzzing with enough en­ergy to move onto the next chal­lenge. The Full Moon marks the mo­ment when you can see how much you’ve achieved. You’re about to be able to re­lax and ap­pre­ci­ate the metaphor­i­cal mus­cles you’ve gained. Try to re­lax rather than re­act this week. The Full Moon has a pow­er­ful mes­sage for you. Call 1900 959 005.

LEO JULY 22 — AUG 22

Life is rarely free from wor­ries. There’s al­ways some­thing to be con­cerned about. Yet, it seems that you’re in dan­ger of fret­ting too much. You’re tak­ing some­thing more se­ri­ously than nec­es­sary. As the Moon grows full, how would it feel if you had less re­spect for your big­gest cause for con­cern? Sup­pose you were to try to de­velop a more lais­sez-faire at­ti­tude? You could wag your fin­ger at un­cer­tainty and turn your nose up at what’s caus­ing you con­cern. If you be­lieve in your abil­ity to tri­umph, then you will! You can change your life. Your spook­ily ac­cu­rate fore­cast is ready. Call 1900 959 005.

SAGIT­TAR­IUS NOV 22 — DEC 20

It’s not al­ways easy to know when to draw the line un­der some­thing and move on. Yet, although you’re un­sure about whether or not to con­tinue putting your en­ergy into a project, you haven’t for­got­ten the prin­ci­ple that some­times enough, is enough. You’re right about there be­ing op­tions to try. You’re right too, that this is worth pulling out the stops for. Think rad­i­cal thoughts and ex­per­i­ment with your most coura­geous ideas this week. You might be sail­ing close to the wind, but you’re within touch­ing dis­tance of a mir­a­cle. Your lat­est Moon-sign fore­cast will touch your heart and lift your spir­its. Call 1900 959 005.

TAU­RUS APR 20 — MAY 20

It’s not your fault. Well, no more than it ever is! No, I’m not try­ing to sug­gest that you’ve led a ‘holier than thou’ kind of life, or that there aren’t con­se­quences from your past to deal with. But, you aren’t re­spon­si­ble for the dra­matic events un­rav­el­ling around you. Some­times, it comes as al­most sec­ond na­ture to you to take li­a­bil­ity for dif­fi­cult sit­u­a­tions. Yet, un­der the Full Moon, if you take a step back this week, you’ll be able to dis­cern the smartest, most neu­tral and help­ful way for ev­ery­one con­cerned to move on to a bet­ter place. You can change your life. Your spook­ily ac­cu­rate fore­cast is ready. Call 1900 959 005.

VIRGO AUG 23 — SEP 22

It’s pos­si­ble to be too per­cep­tive for your own good. Just be­cause you can see through the smoke­screens peo­ple sur­round them­selves by doesn’t mean that you al­ways know what to do. You’ve got a nat­u­ral sen­si­tiv­ity to ob­fus­ca­tion, and a radar for truth that sees through fa­cades. Yet, you’re vul­ner­a­ble to folk who know how to fit in with your high stan­dards. This week’s Full Moon high­lights a po­ten­tially de­cep­tive sce­nario. Just be­cause some­one tells you that a dream isn’t pos­si­ble, doesn’t mean they’re right. Trust your in­stincts. Your lat­est Moon-sign fore­cast will touch your heart and lift your spir­its. Call 1900 959 005.

CAPRI­CORN DEC 21 — JAN 19

Although we find safety in num­bers, we can also find dan­ger­ous mob men­tal­ity in crowd-like sit­u­a­tions. When you think of the ef­forts most of us go to in or­der to be on trend with our clothes, it’s easy to see that there’s fool­ish­ness in num­bers too. So, just be­cause the peo­ple around you don’t ap­prove of your most re­cent project doesn’t mean that it won’t work or that you shouldn’t em­bark on it. Why do you care so much what they think? This week, the Full Moon sug­gests that sup­port will come from a sur­pris­ing source. The Full Moon has a pow­er­ful mes­sage for you. Call 1900 959 005.

GEM­INI MAY 21 — JUNE 20

Even if you close your eyes and imag­ine how to­mor­row is go­ing to be, the only cer­tainty is that your vi­sion will be dif­fer­ent to the re­al­ity. It’s a bit like the dif­fer­ence be­tween look­ing at a map and ac­tu­ally em­bark­ing on the route. Although there’s an ob­vi­ous con­nec­tion be­tween the two, they are sig­nif­i­cantly dif­fer­ent. You feel as if you know where you’re head­ing. Yet the Full Moon sug­gests there’s a dif­fer­ent (and eas­ier) route to fol­low. Take an­other look at the chal­lenge you’re fac­ing. It holds far more prom­ise than you’d imag­ined. Your lat­est Moon-sign fore­cast will touch your heart and lift your spir­its. Call 1900 959 005.

LI­BRA SEP 23 — OCT 22

Some­times it’s pos­si­ble to think that ev­ery­thing is hunky dory, and then re­alise that it’s not. When we be­gin to doubt our sense of what’s right and wrong it can throw ev­ery­thing into ques­tion. The con­verse is also true. It can feel as if we’re up to our necks in a river of trou­ble, then re­alise that the ground be­neath our feet is firm enough to make it on to dry ground. This week’s Full Moon shows you that an old prob­lem has an easy so­lu­tion. Look more care­fully at some­thing you’ve been avoid­ing. That’s where the an­swer lies. The Full Moon has a pow­er­ful mes­sage for you. Call 1900 959 005.

AQUAR­IUS JAN 20 — FEB 17

No mat­ter how far along a spe­cific path you find your­self, you can al­ways make a choice. You can en­hance a sit­u­a­tion or you can make it worse. Of course, you know what you want to do. So why are you so wor­ried about mak­ing a mis­take? As the Full Moon con­nects to your ruler, it brings the po­ten­tial to over drama­tise … so it’s go­ing to be hard to re­sist get­ting in­volved in some­thing that it would be wise to steer away from. Yet you have the power to sig­nif­i­cantly im­prove the out­come of an im­por­tant process this week. You can change your life. Your spook­ily ac­cu­rate fore­cast is ready. Call 1900 959 005.

CAN­CER JUNE 21 — JULY 21

Even math­e­ma­ti­cians some­times do cal­cu­la­tions where they can’t make the num­bers add up. Like­wise, we can all find our­selves in baf­fling sit­u­a­tions which don’t seem to make much sense. This week, with the Full Moon and Uranus align­ing, it’s worth ex­pect­ing to be be­fud­dled and con­fused as plans and strate­gies go awry. Yet the most skil­ful ma­gi­cians work us­ing the un­cer­tainty of serendip­ity. They spon­ta­neously re­spond to their en­vi­ron­ment. You have the power to turn what looks like trou­ble to your ad­van­tage. The Full Moon has a pow­er­ful mes­sage for you. Call 1900 959 005.

SCOR­PIO OCT 23 — NOV 21

Mak­ing plans is the op­po­site of be­ing spon­ta­neous. Even when we’d like to be able to ac­ti­vate both of these qual­i­ties, they make dif­fi­cult bed­fel­lows. The plan­ning part of our brain writes spon­tane­ity off as be­ing dan­ger­ous. Whereas spon­tane­ity thinks that mak­ing plans is dull and bor­ing. Any time when the two man­age to work si­mul­ta­ne­ously should be re­garded as pre­cious. As the Full Moon links to Uranus, it brings the chance of cre­at­ing such har­mony. You’ll need to be both fast-think­ing and wise if you want to take full ad­van­tage. You can change your life. Your spook­ily ac­cu­rate fore­cast is ready. Call 1900 959 005.

PISCES FEB 18 — MAR 19

Find a big mix­ing bowl, then add some flour, mar­garine and sugar. Af­ter mix­ing, add wa­ter then, as you stir it all to­gether, throw in some of your dear­est hopes and wishes. This is a cake with a dif­fer­ence. It needs to be baked in an oven warmed with faith and then served with plenty of imag­i­na­tion to the peo­ple who un­der­stand and sup­port you. This week’s Full Moon brings all the in­gre­di­ents for bak­ing some­thing de­li­ciously sat­is­fy­ing. In­di­vid­u­ally they don’t have much power, but to­gether, you can cre­ate a mem­o­rable treat. Your lat­est Moon-sign fore­cast will touch your heart and lift your spir­its. Call 1900 959 005.

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