Horoscopes January 2009

This is the Dawning



Sherryl Nova

As we make a quantum leap into the Age of Aquarius, all of us can benefit to the extent that we drop the institutions of Pisces and embrace the organizations of Aquarius. Aquarius is solar power and electromagnetic wave energy. Aquarius is the actualized individual. Consider your parents and then your children. The next years will accelerate our understanding. For a personal reading, e-mail me at sherrylnova@aim.com.

Capricorn (Dec. 22-Jan. 19)
Wherever you have a solitary mentality, you are blocking your good. Now is the time for groups and organizations. Take responsibility for the necessary follow-through with those who are essential to the outcome. Make sure all parts work cohesively, even if it dims your popularity with the slackers. Lead by example; the goal is practically here.

Aquarius (Jan. 20-Feb. 18)
Bored with the social status quo, you will gravitate toward new and eccentric associates, who have much to share in a brief amount of time. Surprise meetings are lightning bolts of change, and travel is fortunate on many levels. Cultivate three new friends this month and expose yourself to different venues. Schedule a spa-spiritual experience.

Pisces (Feb. 19-March 20)
Assume the position of command central, and soon rewards will be evident. You have a unique position within a network; your energy is its fuel. Drop the ball and the dominoes fall. Stay on virtually everybody, reminding, prodding, and even nagging. All the parts will make a fabulous whole, and results will surpass expectations. Dial out.

Aries (March 21-April 19)
In areas where you are the penultimate power, you have an opportunity to blaze a new trail. You cannot work for another unless you first work for yourself. In the next months, this will become more and more evident. You are the scout, chopping your way through the jungle of new territory. Don’t be lonely; you’ll be surrounded by troops shortly.

Taurus (April 20-May 20)
Follow through on that specialized education that piques your interest. You will qualify for a more profitable level with a brief participation in extended study. If you are informed, a corporate situation becomes accessible. Look to areas of public relations and general law. There are answers there that facilitate new beginnings. Do it.

Gemini (May 21-June 20)
Hints of possible change on the domestic front should be heeded. Surprise will not contribute to easy transitions, and gut instinct will save you those problems. You need a change of home/environment that will lift you out of the ruts of the past. Home office continues to be crucial. Organize a small space; work on small projects for big results.

Cancer (June 21-July 22)
Reach out! Crabbians are easily drawn back to basic comfort and have never been accused of staying too long at the fair. Be the last one there for a change. Initiate new alliances with praise for and knowledge of the individual’s contribution. If alliances are not useful, reschedule them for a more social season. Build consensus for strength.

Leo  (July 23-Aug. 22)
Huge opportunities will manifest the next two months. But you’re not ready. You’re in the astro equivalent of time out. Balance requires that the whirling dervish quiets and retreats within to repair and prepare. Files and correspondence have been neglected for the action that must now be ordered and systematized. Clean your room.

Virgo (Aug. 23-Sept. 22)
In the midst of heavy toil and labor, take a sabbatical and set some new goals. In this high-speculation cycle, you will have a prescient awareness of the possibilities that will arise when you leap empty-handed into the void. From dreams we create reality, and your musings now will be accomplishments of tomorrow. Sleep, perchance to dream.

Libra (Sept. 23-Oct. 22)
Flirtation is a powerful asset. It comes from a genuine interest in the charms of another and is often the beginning of loyal allegiances and happy endings. Flirt. With babies, dogs, and little old ladies, express your joy in their presence. The child of Venus must specialize in relationships, from whence all blessings flow. Share the love.

Scorpio (Oct. 23-Nov. 21)
Phone bills are worth their fees in gold now. Return calls promptly, and initiate communications where there is potential for growth. Usually taciturn with light sociality, you need to get over yourself and be open to the 411 that others long to share with you. Magnanimity attracts friends and possibilities. Take yourself lightly this month and you will fly.

Sagittarius  (Nov. 22-Dec. 21)
Recent belt-tightening has decimated the services you take for granted. In doing the work yourself, if only briefly, you will realize what must be updated and where there is waste. In letting go of support systems, you will find that your requirements have changed; downsizing will streamline activities. Upgrade electronics. Invest in yourself.

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