23 July to 23 Au­gust

Spirit and Destiny - - Horoscopes -

Your so­lar fifth house of chil­dren, ro­mance, fun and cre­ativ­ity is lit up large through 2019. No mat­ter what else hap­pens, it’s likely that you will be sur­rounded by peo­ple who love you.

It’s also the per­fect year to hone your cre­ative ambitions. It’s not too late and be­cause there are lucky turn-arounds in your ca­reer or im­age, per­haps you will re­launch your­self.


Uranus, the planet of orig­i­nal­ity and re­bel­lion, is at the top of your chart from March 6th. This brings twists, turns and op­por­tu­ni­ties in how the world sees you. For most peo­ple that is ei­ther their pay­ing job or their par­tic­u­lar ‘star­ring’ role — par­ent, com­mu­nity leader, artist, etc. It can usher in an op­por­tu­nity you never con­sid­ered and, of course, it can mean loss of pres­tige, too, so be alert. One thing it won’t be is bor­ing. Those born in July will feel it most strongly.

At the same time, Saturn joins Pluto now and that al­ways means hard work. Per­se­vere, some­how you are go­ing to reach your goals, even if the path that takes you there is not quite what you planned.

Fam­ily & friends

This year, take care of your­self in the usual ways with diet and ex­er­cise, but add in some sun­shine hol­i­days for your bones and your men­tal health.

Fam­ily life looks won­der­ful, par­tic­u­larly if you are hop­ing to add to your brood or can spend more time with the young­sters in your fam­ily.

Pets could re­quire spe­cial at­ten­tion. Put them on a reg­u­lar sched­ule and help them stick to it. Daily walks will be restora­tive for you both.


Be­cause the Sun is your ruler, you are per­haps more aware of the pass­ing of the sea­sons and take greater joy from hol­i­days and other an­nual cel­e­bra­tions. You are tuned into the cy­cle of life in a unique way.

This year, it’s your turn to en­joy love, even more than usual. Jupiter will be in your sis­ter sign of Sagittarius, and he prom­ises to re­store your faith in hu­man na­ture. If you are con­tent in love, then this will be the ic­ing on the cake. But, it is the sin­gles, the lonely, or the dis­en­chanted, that will feel this im­pact the most.

Even if you don’t end up madly in love, you will have had a much nicer time of it.

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