As­tro­log­i­cal Fore­cast

Cape Coral Living - - Cape Departments - BY NORMA R. HA­GAN, AS­TROLOGER


The new moon on July 13 at 20 de­grees Can­cer is a par­tial eclipse; this will be a very busy day when you should find peo­ple help­ful. The full moon on July 27 at 4 de­grees Aquar­ius is a to­tal eclipse; this is a good time to be quiet and keep new ideas to your­self. The new moon on Au­gust 11 is an­other par­tial eclipse, at 18 de­grees Leo; it can bring un­ex­pected news. The full moon on Au­gust 26 at 3 de­grees Pisces is a time to keep fam­ily dis­cus­sions calm and on an even keel. Mer­cury goes ret­ro­grade on July 26 and direct on Au­gust 19; make de­ci­sions be­fore July 26 and af­ter Au­gust 19. Mars, your ruler, gives you a lot of en­ergy, en­thu­si­asm and de­ter­mi­na­tion, es­pe­cially for new ARIES ideas. (MARCH You are 21 in TO a APRIL time frame 20) when it is good to read­just your life­style and take on some new classes, a new job or join new or­ga­ni­za­tions. You are a per­son who en­joys the ex­cite­ment of buy­ing and mov­ing into a neigh­bor­hood. You are nat­u­rally op­ti­mistic about the new and dif­fer­ent.

The new moon on July 13 is a par­tial eclipse, and this is an event­ful day. Think about what you want, TAU­RUS and (APRIL ini­ti­ate 21 or TO take MAY ac­tions 20) to en­hance what is al­ready go­ing well in your life. On July 11 Jupiter goes direct; on July 12 your ruler, Venus, trines Uranus. Th­ese plan­ets to­gether can bring good sur­prises.

Mer­cury, your ruler, goes ret­ro­grade July 26. Try to make all im­por­tant de­ci­sions and take ac­tion be­fore GEM­INI that (MAY date. 21 On TO Au­gust JUNE 20) 19 Mer­cury goes direct, af­ter which you will once again be able to be­lieve what you hear and rely on in­for­ma­tion you re­ceive. When­ever Mer­cury is ret­ro­grade it’s a time-out pe­riod for you.

Can­cers are known for their em­pa­thy. Your de­sire to help—and your abil­ity to make de­li­cious casseroles CAN­CER when (JUNE some­one 21 TO JULY is in need—make 22) you pop­u­lar. Of course, your ruler is the moon; that changes signs ev­ery few days, caus­ing you to change projects in ac­cor­dance with which­ever sign the moon oc­cu­pies. It can make you emo­tional.

Your ruler, the sun, makes you hap­pi­est when you are out­side in the sun­shine. Any sport such as LEO golf, (JULY swim­ming 23 TO AU­GUST or even 22) walk­ing is ben­e­fi­cial to you. July 27 on the full moon and to­tal eclipse is a spe­cial day for you. Plan some­thing with good friends, es­pe­cially Sagit­tar­i­ans or other Leos. You like happy, ac­tive, friendly peo­ple who want to get out and see what’s hap­pen­ing in the world.

Virgo is the sign of the plan­ner. You’re not happy with­out a cal­en­dar. You have a metic­u­lous na­ture VIRGO and (AU­GUST like ev­ery­thing 23 TO SEPTEM­BER done ac­cord­ing 22) to your spec­i­fi­ca­tions, which are strin­gent. You like things done to per­fec­tion and are most critical of your­self. You need to be less fussy, worry less and re­lax.

July and Au­gust LI­BRA should (SEPTEM­BER be full of 23 so­cial TO OC­TO­BER events that 22) are close to home. You may feel dis­con­tent and need a va­ca­tion. Friends and fam­ily can cause con­cern, but that will not last long. With your ruler, Venus, in Virgo in July you may feel wor­ried; how­ever, things will work out fine af­ter Au­gust 19.

Yours is a very com­plex SCOR­PIO sign. (OC­TO­BER You have 23 two TO rulers NOVEM­BER as­signed 22) to you. Mars is the an­cient ruler; Pluto is the newer planet as­signed to Scor­pio. It makes sense to give Scor­pio two rulers, since both plan­ets are in­tense and very strong. To­gether they more aptly de­scribe pow­er­house Scor­pio. Think Hil­lary, who is a “dou­ble Scor­pio”!

This free­dom-lov­ing sign is get­ting SAGIT­TAR­IUS ready for (NOVEM­BER good changes. 23 Get TO your DE­CEM­BER life in or­der 21) so it’s easy to take off spon­ta­neously on a long or for­eign trip. You like ex­cite­ment, friends and new, sur­pris­ing ad­ven­tures—and they are coming. Now is a prepa­ra­tion time. You’ve got one of the zodiac’s most amaz­ing imag­i­na­tions, so use it—you’re in­spired now.

You’re a se­ri­ous, work-ori­ented, no-non­sense per­son, and that is par­tic­u­larly true CAPRI­CORN now. Start­ing (DE­CEM­BER your own busi­ness 22 TO JAN­UARY is supremely 19) fa­vored even if you have to add it to a job you al­ready have. Peo­ple in your fam­ily may help you. You are the kind of per­son who makes your own op­por­tu­ni­ties, and you are a great builder of busi­nesses.

Aquar­ius is a fixed sign, and that means you can some­times be stub­born. You are AQUAR­IUS most of­ten (JAN­UARY right, how­ever. 20 TO FE­BRU­ARY You will lis­ten 18) to those you judge ac­com­plished in their fields, but you do al­ways ques­tion the ideas of oth­ers and don’t take things for granted. In your case that is a good thing, since you have new and in­ven­tive ideas that may be the best.

The lu­nar eclipse on July 27, and two par­tial so­lar eclipses—one on July 13 and an­other on Au­gust PISCES 11—cer­tainly (FE­BRU­ARY should 19 TO make MARCH th­ese 20) months im­por­tant for you. There is a need to be cau­tious. Eclipses of­ten change things dra­mat­i­cally and have been known to can­cel events you think are def­i­nitely go­ing to hap­pen. Hang loose and be care­ful!

Norma R. Ha­gan has been an as­trologer for more than 50 years. She is a Pro­fes­sional Mem­ber of the Amer­i­can Fed­er­a­tion of As­trologers (PMAFA). She has writ­ten many ar­ti­cles for astrology mag­a­zines and has made tele­vi­sion ap­pear­ances on Good Morn­ing Amer­ica and the Maury Povich Show. In 1972 she moved to Puerto Rico and while there did astrology work for the U.S. Navy and U.S. Air Force in Aquadilla. In 1976 she es­tab­lished an of­fice in Vir­ginia Beach, Vir­ginia, where she did horo­scopes, read tarot cards and did pro bono astrology work for the Vir­ginia Beach Homi­cide Di­vi­sion. Ha­gan now lives on Sani­bel Is­land, Florida, and does horo­scopes and tele­phone tarot card read­ings. She can be reached at 239-284-0272.

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