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24 July-23 Aug A re­la­tion­ship prob­lem will come to a head this week but that could be good, es­pe­cially if one or both of you has been pre­tend­ing noth­ing is wrong. The most im­por­tant thing is that you start think­ing about it – and that means not shout­ing.

CALL 1560 475 016*

VIRGO

24 Aug-23 Sept If you’re un­happy with the work­ing pat­tern of your life, this is the time to change it. How­ever, once changed, you won’t be able to go back again, so make sure you know what you’re do­ing and what you re­ally want. Maybe you just need a hol­i­day.

CALL 1560 475 017*

LIBRA

24 Sept-23 Oct You’re not the kind to do things by halves and with a Full Moon in the most dy­namic area of your chart you will go all the way, and then a bit fur­ther, just to prove it can be done. You can travel alone if you want but it will be more fun with friends.

CALL 1560 475 018*

SCORPIO

24 Oct-22 Nov What hap­pens this week may seem to come out of the blue but if you look closely you’ll see it has roots in some­thing you did about six months ago. You will then know not only how to han­dle the sit­u­a­tion but how to turn it to your own pro­fes­sional ad­van­tage.

CALL 1560 475 019*

SAGITTARIU­S

23 Nov-21 Dec Like it or not, you are in­volved in a sit­u­a­tion you have no way of con­trol­ling. The best you can do is hang on tight and hope you end up some­where worth go­ing. And if you don’t? Well, you’re a Sag: you’re sure to find ways to have fun on the jour­ney. CALL 1560 475 020*

CAPRICORN

22 Dec-20 Jan There will be times this week when you feel the best course is to walk away from your re­spon­si­bil­i­ties. It might be best for now but com­mon sense should tell you that in the long term your prob­lems will be even greater. Might it be bet­ter to deal with them head-on?

CALL 1560 475 021*

AQUARIUS

21 Jan-19 Feb To­mor­row’s Full Moon in your sign means that voices will be raised and tem­pers come close to the boil but noth­ing much of con­se­quence will hap­pen if you treat it all as a bit of a joke. By the week­end you’ll look back and won­der what all the fuss was about. CALL 1560 475 010*

PISCES

20 Feb-20 March Ex­pe­ri­ence has taught you to trust your in­stincts, so do so this week and ig­nore those who say you’re act­ing ir­ra­tionally. You may be, but more likely, you’ve sensed that some­thing is wrong and de­mands cau­tion. Re­mem­ber: your in­ner voice knows all the an­swers. CALL 1560 475 011*

ARIES

21 March-20 April You have more in com­mon with a cer­tain per­son than either of you cares to ad­mit, which is why you are cur­rently at each other’s throats. The good news is that, once the bat­tle is over, you will end up the best of friends. Life is funny like that.

CALL 1560 475 012*

TAURUS

21 April-21 May You will be tempted to make a life-chang­ing de­ci­sion this week, one you can never go back on, so make sure you know all the facts and in­ter­pret them cor­rectly. Emo­tion must play no part in what you’re plan­ning – if it does, your de­ci­sion could be wrong.

CALL 1560 475 013*

GEMINI

22 May-21 June It’s al­ways un­wise to be opin­ion­ated dur­ing a Full Moon, if only be­cause ev­ery­one has an opin­ion. So keep your thoughts to your­self if you can and, if you can’t, at least ex­press them in a way that doesn’t cause of­fence. If you do get in a fight, hit first – and hard!

CALL 1560 475 014*

CANCER

22 June-23 July This is not a week to make snap de­ci­sions over money is­sues or busi­ness af­fairs, sim­ply be­cause you are likely to be think­ing with your heart rather than your head. Can­cers have a rep­u­ta­tion for pa­tience and cau­tion. Don’t spoil it by do­ing some­thing silly. CALL 1560 475 015*

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