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RSWLiving - - DEPARTMENT­S - BY NORMA R. HA GAN, AS­TROLOGER

Astro­log­i­cal Fore­cast

PAY AT­TEN­TION TO THESE DATES:

New moon on July 2. Family is most im­por­tant. Full moon July 16. Don’t be­lieve what you hear. New moons on Au­gust 1 and 30. Start some­thing new. Full moon on Au­gust 15. A good day to take it easy. Mercury goes ret­ro­grade July 8 and di­rect Au­gust 2. Don’t make de­ci­sions be­tween those dates.

YOUR ZO­DIAC SIGN

ARIES (MARCH 21 TO APRIL 20) You are in a par­tic­u­larly good time frame with Jupiter giv­ing you won­der­ful as­pects. Look for ways to in­crease your in­come and cap­i­tal­ize on what you know. Learn­ing new things is al­ways a good idea for am­bi­tious Aries na­tives. A smart Sagit­tar­ian man will of­fer help, so be sure to let him; he has much to of­fer.

TAURUS (APRIL 21 TO MAY 21) Venus, your ruler, trav­els through the con­stel­la­tions of Cancer and Leo, so peo­ple of those zo­diac signs will now fig­ure promi­nently in your life. Pay spe­cial at­ten­tion to these peo­ple, be­cause they are likely to have good ideas or in­for­ma­tion for you. The peo­ple you work with now are more agreeable than usual. A va­ca­tion by the seaside with family is on your hori­zon.

GEMINI (MAY 22 TO JUNE 21) Mercury, your ruler, goes ret­ro­grade on July 8 and di­rect on Au­gust 2, so do not make im­por­tant de­ci­sions be­tween those dates. Af­ter Au­gust 2 you will be think­ing more clearly. The in­for­ma­tion you re­ceive will be more ac­cu­rate and de­pend­able, and there is apt to be a smooth path ahead. It’s a su­per time to start a new ven­ture, join a new group or make a new friend.

CANCER (JUNE 22 TO JULY 22) The new moon on July 2 will bring in­vi­ta­tions from family mem­bers you haven’t seen for a while. Put off vis­it­ing un­til late Au­gust when the sun goes into Leo, and the fun planet Jupiter is di­rect. You al­ways love to be near a beach where you can re­lax. July and Au­gust are a good time for you to va­ca­tion.

LEO (JULY 23 TO AU­GUST 22) Your ruler, the sun, is mov­ing closer to Earth, so you can en­joy the great out­doors. Swim­ming, golf, base­ball, ten­nis or just loung­ing on the beach are your nat­u­ral pas­times. You’re a nat­u­ral leader and en­joy cen­ter stage.

VIRGO (AU­GUST 23 TO SEPTEM­BER 23) Take it easy in July and plan a va­ca­tion in Au­gust. De­mands on your time will calm down when your ruler, Mercury, goes into Leo on Au­gust 12. Plan a trip to a place you’ve never been; sight­see­ing is good for you and will stim­u­late your ex­cel­lent mind and give you new ideas. You al­ways en­joy learn­ing and trav­el­ing. You like to write, and you no­tice things oth­ers do not; this makes you a good con­veyor of facts and com­plex de­tails.

LI­BRA (SEPTEM­BER 24 TO OC­TO­BER 23) Family and very close friends should be close by, mak­ing you happy. Jupiter is giv­ing you a good as­pect, bring­ing you a lot of fun things to do. A brother or sis­ter should be es­pe­cially ea­ger to see you and has im­por­tant news. A new baby girl is in the not-too-dis­tant fu­ture. That will sur­prise ev­ery­body.

SCOR­PIO (OC­TO­BER 24 TO NOVEM­BER 21) Your ruler, Mars, and co-ruler, Pluto, are both ul­tra-strong plan­ets. They make you not only strong but also some­times stub­born and ex­tremely se­cre­tive. Scor­pios are smart, and they know what to do and say next.

SAGITTARIU­S (NOVEM­BER 22 TO DE­CEM­BER 21) Sagit­tar­i­ans, you need to be care­ful and not overdo. Jupiter is in your sign for about a year and can cause you to be over­whelmed with too many choices. Step back and an­a­lyze what you want. This is an im­por­tant time, so don’t rush it. Too much of a good thing can cause weight gain, anx­i­ety and con­fu­sion. There is a need to care­fully fig­ure out what you want to do next.

CAPRICORN (DE­CEM­BER 22 TO JAN­UARY 20) Se­ri­ous con­tem­pla­tion is needed. You are in an un­usual ce­les­tial cy­cle that re­quires care­ful plan­ning. Take full ad­van­tage of your choices. Earn­ing a liv­ing with an ap­pro­pri­ate job, in­vest­ments and in­tense ef­fort is im­por­tant. Your learn­ing skills are at a peak. Un­usu­ally good op­por­tu­ni­ties abound. It’s also time to con­sult other Capri­corns in your busi­ness life. This is not a time to be lazy. Make good use of this cy­cle to study, work hard and ad­vance.

AQUARIUS (JAN­UARY 21 TO FE­BRU­ARY 19) Your ruler, Uranus, is mak­ing the kinds of moves that may keep you feel­ing that things are hard to pre­dict. Just think through your choices care­fully and take your time. You are likely to try some­thing new and then quickly move back to your first choice. At least it will be an ex­cit­ing and event­ful time. What­ever you do, your love life will be ex­cit­ing.

PISCES (FE­BRU­ARY 20 TO MARCH 20) Peo­ple and events around you are mov­ing at a fast pace. You are in a very busy time frame. Nep­tune, your ruler, is in Pisces, so you should be con­tent with the way things are go­ing. Fi­nances look par­tic­u­larly good, so your in­vest­ments should be pay­ing off. As a Pisces you are happy in places that take you near wa­ter. You are a good fish­er­man and like boats. You have sig­nif­i­cant op­por­tu­ni­ties com­ing your way and can ex­pect more good news soon.

Norma R. Ha­gan has been an as­trologer for more than 50 years. She is a pro­fes­sional mem­ber of the American Fed­er­a­tion of As­trologers (AFA). As a per­sonal ser­vice as­trologer for Llewellyn Pub­li­ca­tions, she did horoscopes and pub­lished ar­ti­cles in the Moon Sign Book. She has writ­ten many ar­ti­cles for Dell Horoscope and other astrology mag­a­zines. She has made tele­vi­sion ap­pear­ances on Good Morn­ing Amer­ica and the Maury Povich Show. In 1972 she moved to Puerto Rico where she 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 in Peachtree City, Ge­or­gia.

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