That bright planet rising in the east just before dawn is spectacular Venus. Six months ago it was the evening star, dropping into the west with darkness. Venus in Aries all month makes this a great time for initiating new alliances. Regardless of our physical gender, we can have either a male or female Venus. Fire and air signs are the choosers. They want to love. Earth and water are the chosen. They want to be loved. How we all mix and mingle with varied Venusian vibes is a fascinating study of human nature. For a personal reading, email me at email@example.com. —Sherryl Nova
Taurus (April 20–May 20)
Bulls are excellent assessors. Time to update the valuation on relationships. It takes a lot to rile you, and your loyalty is beyond measure. You may feel a rising anger with certain allies, and you are ready to bomb the situation with no looking back. So do it, peaceful bovine. You will immediately feel lighter.
Gemini (May 21–June 20)
Give self-awareness the time and space it needs, and forward motion will accelerate. Eager to peruse all options, you may have left your truth in the maelstrom of everybody’s opinion. Make decisions based on what is best for you. A work associate will prove to be a friend; networking brings you both positive change.
Cancer (June 21–July 22)
Skirmishes and coups in the public sector will serve you well after the dust settles. Look ahead and plan your own resurgence in a new reality. Keep in mind the human misery that comes with expectation. Have none, except for the peacefulness of being. Flaunt your wisdom.
Leo (July 23–Aug. 22)
All this air and fire breeds combustion — an auspicious energy for lions. Gleefully blow stuff up. Endings may be disconcerting, but only for a minute; then come new beginnings. Be aware of dawning situations, and begin your ventures with strong decisions for new ways. Innovative growth should set a pattern.
Virgo (Aug. 23–Sept. 22)
March into hell for that heavenly cause. Accumulated anger has the perfect solution: Destroy in order to rebuild. If you have the moxie to totally let go, nature will abhor that vacuum; the rebirth can be spectacular. Ponder a new crop and make room.
Libra (Sept. 23–Oct. 22)
A creative urge rises from a painful loss, and the ache subsides as you see the value of the clean space. Relationships take on a Martian vibe as strife stalks the usually peaceful allies. Realize the war may be within. Withdraw for balance.
Scorpio (Oct. 23–Nov. 21)
Assume the fighter position in matters of health and image. Radical changes will feel good to you and look good to them. Luck is with those who recycle what no longer serves. Make room for the new, even if you have no clue what that is.
Sagittarius (Nov. 22–Dec. 21)
Lighten up and start new adventures that produce joy. This is a time of powerful goal setting: Leap empty-handed into the void, knowing that children of Jupiter are inherently lucky. Raising consciousness widens your horizons. A more beneficial lifestyle beckons.
Go for it.
Capricorn (Dec. 22–Jan. 19)
Mars the warrior activates the domestic environ-ment. Time to tackle that garage, tree stump, or outdated collection. Home is command central; use boot camp energy to refine the space. When home is ordered, the world will be there for the taking. Use pop psychology to communicate. Others have great input; use it.
Aquarius (Jan. 20–Feb. 18)
Head toward the horizon and plan a getaway to gain new perspective. Interactions can invigorate a dialog that puts all on the same page. Involvement with a nonprofit or charity pays off in unexpected ways; reap the rewards of giving back tenfold. Know there is enough for all. Spread the word.
Pisces (Feb. 19–March 20)
New revenue streams will manifest when you present a need. Others will help, but you have to be the ignition. The market has opened up, and it’s up to you to turn on the light. Do not fear presentation. The job is yours. Be available and relax.
Aries (March 21–April 19)
Friends with resources will support the latest crusade. You have shown yourself to be a brave warrior and will attract allies in being true to yourself. A proposal should be concise, with strong pros and cons. There is no better time for new growth; what is meaningful will thrive.