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Star Gazing:

RAVEN NIGHTWOOD

MIRROR ASTROLOGER

ARIES

Don’t be in too much of a hurry. Things will come to you if you work hard and keep the faith. Although there may be a long walk ahead of you, everyone will salute you, for you are the one holding the flag.

TAURUS

You are entering a time of prosperity. Money matters will be easily handled and ventures will succeed for you. There may even be a refund on your taxes and you will be grateful to your Uncle Sam.

GEMINI

Love is with you and your loved one during the twilight’s last gleaming. But will the two of you still feel the same way in the dawn’s early light? The answer is yes if you open your hearts. Trusting one another is the key.

CANCER

It’s all about your emotions. You are red with anger sometimes and white with fury but your volatile temper can lead to the blues. Try to keep your emotions under control. This is a time for having fun, not for just for inner fireworks.

LEO

Do you feel like lately you have been encountering too many walls and blockages? Well, it’s over. Freedom has been declared. You are independent and ready to ring the bell of liberty for yourself.

VIRGO

This is a happy week as people come to you with thanks for your help in the past and family members give you strokes for your best points. So proudly are you hailed that you should make sure that you don’t get a swelled head.

LIBRA

You may want to indulge an impulse to be alone for a while. You need to come down from a busy schedule with some personal space. Freedom is your right. But don’t stay away from the celebrating throng for too long.

SCORPIO

You may have to patrol the ramparts as there are some small obstacles to overcome. But you will win and demonstrate to others and to yourself, the bravery that you are capable of. Then you will deserve the star-spangled rewards.

SAGITTARIUS

Months of hard work may have made you feel like you were shut up in a fortress. But you want your liberty and you shall now have it. A fun vacation is in your immediate future, as is a companion to enjoy it with.

CAPRICORN

From where you stand now, life is exploding like fire crackers. But that’s in a good way. You will be getting more of a sense of direction from now on and you will move toward your most cherished goals-like a rocket.

AQUARIUS

Out with the old and in with the new. Everything in your life is undergoing a revolution of sorts and the result is a nice new-looking place to live, maybe a new and better job, and a new relationship which will be a more perfect union.

PISCES

Some things have been difficult for you to attain but this week you will see an improvement, especially if you adopt an optimistic attitude. You are entitled to life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness. Happy 4th of July, everyone.

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