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Star Gazing:

RAVEN NIGHTWOOD

MIRROR ASTROLOGER

ARIES

Time goes by like lightning, and you sometimes can’t recall what happened yesterday. As a result, you may have done something that you regret but you can’t quite remember what it was. Don’t worry too much about it-whatever it was will not come back to haunt you.

TAURUS

Your shoes don’t fit; your head doesn’t seem to fit you either. It’s time to go out and buy new clothes, new shoes, and a new head too. For the latter, try something you never did before, like acupuncture or meditation, or a movie with subtitles.

GEMINI

Any way the wind blows doesn’t really matter to you. You can ride on the wind and get to where you’re going. Throw all caution to that wind and do whatever feels good to you. It will work, for the moment.

CANCER

At this time, it’s important to help your loved one (or ones). Whatever is preoccupying you, forget about it for now. Others need your help and your emotional support.

LEO

Your fantasies are being challenged by a reality monster. When you hear it roar, roar back with the energy of Leo, the Lion. Don’t be a cowardly lion; earn your domain—but remember that sometimes you have to deal with reality on a realistic level.

VIRGO

Like Leo, you are also being confronted by a monster only this one is called frustration. Little things are not working themselves out the way you’d like. It’s not a bad idea to ask your loved ones for some backup.

LIBRA

While you feel warmth coming from your family and partner, things won’t slow down. Life is too busy. You have to figure out how to take it easier and not pass up the benefits of love.

SCORPIO

It’s a time for frolicking, maybe at the seashore, maybe at a tea for two. You and that special someone should plan a recreational activity just for the two of you, to get you revitalized.

SAGITTARIUS

You’re a soul man/ woman and you want to be loved by everyone or at least by one person in particular. But you get riled easily. Try to keep your temper in check so you can let the best of your soul be seen and felt.

CAPRICORN

If you appreciate the help of your friends, let them know. This will give your week a positive spin. As long as you have people on your side, you can face whatever crisis may come up.

AQUARIUS

You’ve been through a lot of hard work and frustration; so now is the time to slough off the bad stuff and enjoy yourself, preferably with a significant other. The atmosphere is right for romance and favorable for family gatherings.

PISCES

Even when you think people are not on your side, try to trust at least some of them. Your friends and family are on your side, aren’t they? Don’t let petty differences get in the way of feeling good from those who really appreciate you.

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