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Star Gazing:

RAVEN NIGHTWOOD

MIRROR ASTROLOGER

ARIES

Are you blue because you did not receive a Valentine? The weeks ahead may have a reward in store for you. There is always hope for love and spring is, after all, almost here.

TAURUS

You will be feeling like you fell down a rabbit hole. The world will seem upside down and everything will feel out of sync. Hold on; things are not really falling apart. Someone will be there to catch you.

GEMINI

No one is asking you to deliver the State of the Union address, much less the King’s Speech. But you will be using your powers of eloquence to get your points across. You didn’t even know you could be so articulate.

CANCER

Why does life move so fast and then so slowly? Lately you feel like nothing happens quickly enough; a minute seems like 127 hours. Don’t allow your impatience to bury you. Break free of your preoccupation with time.

LEO

Just when everything looks black and bleak, you will rise up like a swan from a lake. You will get yourself a major makeover and find everyone complimenting you on your new look. Your social success will keep you on your toes.

VIRGO

You have been going through a series of small accidents and a lot of worries. But it takes true grit to survive them and you have that quality. Keep one eye on the road ahead and work toward your destiny.

LIBRA

You may be involved in the inception of a new and exciting venture. You may be puzzled by some of what it entails but if you stay with it, you could realize some of your dreams.

SCORPIO

You don’t feel like working or taking responsibility this week. You’d rather play with toys. But that’s not the end of the story for you. No matter how much you may feel like being frivolous, you will have to grow up and get back to work.

SAGITTARIUS

Winter’s almost over but you have had it with being chilled to the bone. You could use a change of scenery but before you can do that, you will have to work hard and make some money. Survival takes priority over fun but eventually you will have the good time you hope for.

CAPRICORN

Kids are all right but how are you? Are you being too much of an adult? You might want to give your inner kid some thought. You need to reward yourself for having lived through some difficult obstacles the past few weeks.

AQUARIUS

You are strong and you can take the blows life deals you. You are a fighter. Not everything is a crisis; some problems are small and seem more irritating than painful. But you are dealing with them in a superb way.

PISCES

It’s all about parties and fun for you this week! Maybe there will be hard work later on but for now, you can concentrate on socializing and networking. Put on your happy face and sign your name to the Happy Book.

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