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ARIES March 21 - April 20

The prin­ci­ple of “like at­tracts like” is op­er­at­ing at full ca­pac­ity. You can stir up some very pos­i­tive en­ergy in your ca­reer or in com­mu­nity af­fairs sim­ply by step­ping out­side your front door while the Capricorn New Moon Eclipse ac­ti­vates 10th House of Pub­lic Life. Use your thoughts wisely.

TAURUS April 21 - May 21

Cos­mic vibes are right for en­joy­ing an art ex­hibit or mu­si­cal event. If you are crav­ing in­spi­ra­tion, search­ing for a new hobby, or sim­ply set­ting your mind free to roam, the Capricorn New Moon Eclipse in 9th House of Big Ideas is on your side to­day. Ig­nite a pas­sion­ate fire in your heart.

GEM­INI May 22 - June 21

Your in­stincts tell you to buckle down and do some se­ri­ous num­ber crunch­ing to­day. And it’s pos­si­ble that your bank ac­count or sig­nif­i­cant other is send­ing a sim­i­lar mes­sage, es­pe­cially if you’ve re­cently done some big spend­ing over the hol­i­days. Con­fi­dence glows when ev­ery­thing adds up.

CAN­CER June 22 - July 23

You’re acutely aware of what you’re look­ing for from an­other, in friend­ship, in ro­mance, or even in an ev­ery­day in­ter­ac­tion. Since you are per­fectly will­ing to up­hold your end of the ac­cepted so­cial pro­to­col in nearly any given sit­u­a­tion, you ex­pect oth­ers to per­form the same cour­tesy.

LEO July 24 - Au­gust 23

You’re in the mood to make big im­prove­ments the mo­ment your eyes pop open to­day. The how of things doesn’t mat­ter to you nearly as much as does the pur­pose­ful­ness of your ac­tions while the Capricorn So­lar Eclipse rat­tles your 6th House of Daily Rou­tine. Be bet­ter or­ga­nized.

VIRGO Au­gust 24 - Septem­ber 23 Mem­o­ries of fa­vorite pas­times from child­hood may dance through your dreams or sneak into your thoughts. The urge to do some­thing the old-school way comes on strong, and you might be tempted to tem­po­rar­ily aban­don GPS in fa­vor of a pa­per map, or cook from scratch.

LIBRA Septem­ber 24 - Oc­to­ber 23 Your skill at main­tain­ing ob­jec­tiv­ity serves you ex­cep­tion­ally well to­day. You’re all busi­ness about do­mes­tic af­fairs or a fa­mil­ial gath­er­ing as the Capricorn New Moon Eclipse trig­gers your 4th House of Roots. Claim your well-earned point of pride and bask in the light of ad­mi­ra­tion.

SCORPIO Oc­to­ber 24 - Novem­ber 22

A close friend’s words typ­i­cally wash over you like a gen­tle, warm, and invit­ing wave, mak­ing it all the more of a wake-up call when what’s said hits you like a ton of bricks. A plan launched to­day has ev­ery chance of pan­ning out over time. If the ad­vice is sound, ini­ti­ate im­me­di­ate ac­tion.

SAGITTARIUS Novem­ber 23 - De­cem­ber 21 Your in­cli­na­tion is to stick with the tried-and-true ap­proach. You’re oddly at­tracted to con­ven­tional de­ci­sions as Capricorn New Moon Eclipse lands in your prac­ti­cal 2nd House of Money. If a spend­ing or saving strat­egy has worked well in the past, there’s lit­tle temp­ta­tion to shake it up now.

CAPRICORN De­cem­ber 22 - Jan­uary 20 Watch­ing some­thing me­thod­i­cally play out ex­actly ac­cord­ing to plan is a source of plea­sure to you on any given day, but even more so to­day. The Capricorn New Moon po­lar­izes your 1st House of Self, re­vi­tal­iz­ing your con­fi­dence and giv­ing the seal of ap­proval to your method­ol­ogy.

AQUARIUS Jan­uary 21 - Fe­bru­ary 19

If you want to find an ap­ple, you’re bet­ter off vis­it­ing the or­chard than the corn field. The Capricorn New Moon Eclipse em­pha­sizes your 12th House of Fog, re­quir­ing you to care­fully ex­am­ine the way you’re ap­proach­ing a sit­u­a­tion where progress is slow or has come to a halt.

PISCES Fe­bru­ary 20 - March 20

Your heart and mind are most at ease when you like what you see and hear around you. It might be the sound of busy neigh­bors cheer­fully bustling about or maybe it’s the wit and in­tel­li­gence of a fine group of friends. An at­ti­tude of grat­i­tude is a ter­rific lens in which to view your world.

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