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Irish Daily Mail - YOU - - CROSSWORD/ HOROSCOPES - Sally Brompton

VIRGO 24 AUG-23 SEPT

An idea that pops into your head seem­ingly out of nowhere this week may seem un­re­al­is­tic but the more you think about it, the more you will like it, and the more you like it, the more likely it is that you will do some­thing about it. With your ruler Mer­cury with the Sun in your sign linked to both in­ge­nious Uranus and struc­tured Saturn, there are in­ter­est­ing times ahead. CALL 1560 475 017*

LIBRA 24 SEPT-23 OCT

If you feel that your tal­ents have been over­looked, this is the time to do some­thing about it. With so many changes in the air even the meek­est of Li­brans can move up in the world. All you have to do is keep your eyes open and be ready to seize a golden op­por­tu­nity. CALL 1560 475 018*

SCORPIO 24 OCT-22 NOV

Try ap­proach­ing a dif­fi­cult prob­lem from an un­usual an­gle this week. You may be sur­prised how sim­ple the an­swer is when you re­ject the tra­di­tional way of look­ing at things. If you get stuck don’t be afraid to ask for help. No one ex­pects you to do it all your­self. CALL 1560 475 019*

SAGITTARIUS 23 NOV-21 DEC

As Mer­cury, planet of the mind and com­mu­ni­ca­tion, crosses the mid­heaven point of your chart, this is the ideal time both to clar­ify your am­bi­tions and to let those in po­si­tions of author­ity know that un­less they of­fer you some­thing bet­ter, you will be look­ing else­where. CALL 1560 475 020*

CAPRICORN 22 DEC-20 JAN

It is time to get tough with some­one who has been tak­ing lib­er­ties for too long. You may blame your­self for let­ting the sit­u­a­tion drag on, but what does a nice per­son do when some­one they re­spect lets them down again and again? There can be no more sec­ond chances. CALL 1560 475 021*

AQUARIUS 21 JAN-19 FEB

You seem to have pushed your­self too hard in one direc­tion and need to back­track if you don’t want things to fall apart. The one thing you must not do this week is throw more money at a sit­u­a­tion that is not work­ing out the way you in­tended. Cut your losses and run. CALL 1560 475 010*

PISCES 20 FEB-20 MARCH

This is the ideal time to be hon­est with loved ones and part­ners, even if what you have to tell them is go­ing to place you in a less than favourable light. Don’t make ex­cuses but don’t apol­o­gise too pro­fusely ei­ther. What is done is done and re­ally isn’t that im­por­tant any more. CALL 1560 475 011*

ARIES 21 MARCH-20 APRIL

Start plan­ning a new work or health regime this week. You may not be able to launch it for a few weeks but if you do the ground­work now it will make things eas­ier for you later on. It will also make it much less likely that you will give up af­ter the first few days. CALL 1560 475 012*

TAURUS 21 APRIL-21 MAY

You may be sur­prised, even shocked, by what you see this week but don’t stand there gap­ing for too long or you will miss a great op­por­tu­nity to move up in the world. And don’t feel guilty if you gain at oth­ers’ ex­pense. They would prob­a­bly do the same to you. CALL 1560 475 013*

GEMINI 22 MAY-21 JUNE

You may find it hard to re­sist a cry for help this week but re­sist you must. If you get in­volved you will be treated like a slave, do­ing things for oth­ers that they re­ally should be do­ing for them­selves. Don’t let un­scrupu­lous types take ad­van­tage of your kind na­ture. CALL 1560 475 014*

CAN­CER 22 JUNE-23 JULY

This week’s as­pects should do won­ders for your con­fi­dence and give you the courage to start some­thing you have been yearn­ing to do for ages. Great changes are tak­ing place but don’t be afraid: they are the kind of changes of which you can and must take ad­van­tage. CALL 1560 475 015*

LEO 24 JULY-23 AUG

Although Mer­cury, planet of the mind, leaves your sign this week, don’t stop think­ing and don’t stop look­ing for ways to im­prove your lot in life. Over the next few days there will be sev­eral chances to make money from your good ideas. If you don’t, you can be sure some­one else will. CALL 1560 475 016*

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