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Star Gazing:

RAVEN NIGHTWOOD, MIRROR ASTROLOGER

ARIES

This Valentine’s holiday finds you in an adventurous mood, whether it be starting something new (if you’re single) or enhancing your present relationship. You will feel like you are traveling to a new destination, even if you only take your loved one to the movies.

TAURUS

There could be a slight glitch to the day of hearts and flowers as you realize your partner is not perfect. Oh, you knew that already and you don’t care. Anyway, be careful to not let small stuff get in the way of the bigger things that the two of you share.

GEMINI

You could be getting confusing messages this Valentine’s Day. Is someone you hardly know giving you the come-hither? Is your partner acting as if you are not paying enough attention to her/him? Be sure to clear up the confusion in time for the happy celebration.

CANCER

Don’t feel so desperate about Valentine’s Day. If it passes without any excitement for you, there’s always next year. But if you believe in magic, something may occur that will change your life forever for the better.

LEO

Indulge in your fantasies this Valentine’s Day. Hopefully, you have someone to share the fantasies with. If not, set your standards and get out there and meet that someone special.

VIRGO

This Valentine’s Day will not be just about you and the one you love. You will be flooded with sympathy for all the downtrodden, for those without money, for the lonely animals and children. Take this feeling and use it – give to a charity in the name of love.

LIBRA

Valentine’s Day may find you the recipient of attention from someone you are not sure about. You may respond to this or you may not be enthralled. Don’t get fooled by your need for love – make sure the attention is what you really want.

SCORPIO

If you and your partner are doing the same old things and it’s getting stale, Valentine’s Day is a chance to make some changes. Instead of the clichéd Valentine’s activities, do something that the two of you have always wanted to do but were afraid to try.

SAGITTARIUS

Communicate your feelings of love in writing or song or some form of art. Be creative and it will get results this Valentine’s Day whether it’s a renewal of love with a partner or the beginning of something with an acquaintance.

CAPRICORN

Does this year’s Valentine’s Day seem irrelevant to you? Maybe you are too concerned with career and financial needs to take care of your personal yearnings. Take some time to reach out and get love into your life.

AQUARIUS

Valentine’s will mean that everyone looks good to you and you will think that everyone you meet is a potential love partner. Be careful. Keep a lookout for genuine good qualities that can’t always be seen.

PISCES

Valentine’s Day could bring you closer to someone or further away. It’s suspenseful but it will bring some adventure to your life. Whatever happens, remember that love is always out there somewhere for you.

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