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Star Gazing:

RAVEN NIGHTWOOD

MIRROR ASTROLOGER

ARIES

While you’ve moved forward in your goals, you may experience a setback this week. It will only be for a short time but it may seem like forever. Steel yourself and wait it out. You will be moving forward again soon.

TAURUS

You’re waiting for the news today, oh boy! You are sure it will be news that will change things for you, but it seems like you will never hear it. Go out and have some fun and the news will come to you.

GEMINI

You feel like these are the dog days of your personal relationships. Your family or partner don’t seem to understand you. Try to reach out to them. Just telling them that you feel a bit down could bring you some much-needed approbation.

CANCER

You were hoping for a major career advance but the person who could help you has experienced a setback, probably financial. Take it easy! Maybe there is a way to move forward without this person’s help.

LEO

Like Libra, below, you and someone you love are separated by miles and maybe an ocean. In your case, serious concentration on your work is required right now. After it’s all over, you can go out and party and be with your loved one again.

VIRGO

Something in your love life is about to change. It may not be the breakup that you have feared but simply a need to examine where the two of you are going. Don’t be afraid to talk frankly with your partner.

LIBRA

You and your sweetie are separated by work and possibly geography. You are lonely and yearning for her/him. That however, is why we have texting, Facebook, telephones. Reach out and tell that someone how much you love them.

SCORPIO

Midsummer blues leads you to midsummer edginess. You are prone to quarrels with those closest to you. Stand back from the closeness and calm down. Nothing is that serious that you have to argue about it.

SAGITTARIUS

You are mooning and swooning about love. That’s understandable, especially in the romantic summertime. But you need to also focus on practical matters like your work. There will be a time and place for everything.

CAPRICORN

This may be a week for monetary concerns. The money you need may seem to be held up, but don’t panic. Just because fate delays your reward does not mean you won’t get it. Have faith and the money will follow.

AQUARIUS

You family may be visiting you and suddenly you are self-conscious about your life-or certainly the condition of your kitchen. Don’t get on the defensive. You have a right to run your life the way you want to. But it might be good to ask for help with cleaning up around the house.

PISCES

You are so open to love right now that you can virtually feel nothing else. Not only are you all lovey-dovey, you are burning up for someone’s love. Remember how Madonna wore sunglasses in that video? You too need to shield your eyes-and your heart- from too much heat.

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