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Star Gazing With The Mirror’s Raven Nightwood:

ARIES

With a horned creature representing your sign you tend to be headstrong and out in front. This week you will be trying to initiate changes everywhere. You will be taking on challenges and daring to be different. Watch out that you don’t push too hard.

TAURUS

Have you been pursuing an impossible dream for a long time? This week, there may be signs that your dream is closer to being realized. You will discover ways to implement solutions and bring your idea into action.

GEMINI

You aren’t the sign of the Twins for nothing. You will find yourself called upon to do two things at once, both of them complex tasks that might have a time conflict. Somehow, you will get them both done and will gain a reputation as a master of multitasking.

CANCER

The world is too much with you. News headlines are making you nervous. Your own fears are getting the best of you. Seek to get clear of these fears. Often, our worst fears are bigger than the realities around us.

LEO

Is nothing going right for you? Are you dropping things, forgetting things, saying the wrong things? Sometimes there are days when we can’t put two sticks together. Take a deep breath and wait—next week you may find yourself thinking like a rocket scientist.

VIRGO

This will be a good time for people to be around you. A benevolent vibe will be what they pick up on. One person in particular may want to get to know you better and that will be just fine.

LIBRA

Libra is the sign of the balance yet sometimes that balance is hard to achieve. Right now, you’re struggling with finding the right ratio of work to fun. You believe tasks must be attended to and done correctly but that’s no reason why you should deprive yourself of leisure time.

SCORPIO

You and your sweetheart are in for a very sentimental journey. You will be sharing looks into each other’s old school yearbooks, diaries, and letters. Be careful to not let information from the past affect you in terms of jealousy or competitiveness.

SAGITTARIUS

It could be midsummer doldrums but you are not feeling very assertive lately and this could create problems with career and relationship progress. You will have to make an effort to shake off the laziness and get out there while opportunities are available.

CAPRICORN

Are you holding back in order to appear amiable to everyone? You can’t hide all the time. Don’t be afraid to be honest with someone who needs to hear your point of view. Confessing your feelings may help your situation.

AQUARIUS

You are saying one thing; your best friend or partner is saying something else. Although you think you speak the same language there is a misunderstanding going on. Try using the universal translator of friends: a heart-to-heart talk.

PISCES

Money matters are on your mind. You are reconsidering your budget in the light of tight cash flow. No need to be too austere; you can whittle off some spending while still providing yourself with the moola to have a good time on weekends.

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