A Tool for Tomorrow - Horoscope



People often ask, “Do you really believe in astrology?” I say that “believe” is a strong word. Do you believe in your pliers or your garlic press? Astrology is a tool, not a religion. I don’t tell my clients what they’re going to do. I tell them what time it is. And then they make informed, calculated choices. J.P. Morgan said, “Anyone can be a millionaire, but a billionaire needs his astrologer.” To discuss your next billion, e-mail me at nova@dc.rr.com.

Cancer (June 21-July 22)
Retrograde movement brings pangs of insecurity, but there’s supportive appreciation from old clients. Put get-rich-quick stuff on the back burner; and while it simmers, you’ll have leftover stew of repeat business. There’s something so solid about you that they require regular fill-ups. Charge what you know you’re worth. Prices are rising.

Leo (July 23-Aug. 22)
Early Leos (first 10 days) are about to see a light at the end
of the tunnel. But if you’re later, it’s still very dark. Don’t think this is punishment. You are confusing it with discipline.
You will survive and (eventually) thrive if you can restructure your life so that it greater serves your life purpose.

Virgo (Aug. 23-Sept. 22)
There’s a chasm of difference between being a servant and being in service. What good does it do if they see you at that important event wearing black pants and a white shirt?
Stop with the poverty consciousness and buy a ticket or
stay home. With much to give, you’re giving it away. Stop.

Libra (Sept. 23-Oct. 22)
The social calendar is as hectic as high season, and it’s up to you to be the life of every party. You will be reigning royalty. Your enthusiasm and vision mortars these bricks. A few weeks are needed to iron out the kinks of a new financial venture. Patience and discrimination serve you best.

Scorpio (Oct. 23-Nov. 21)
A secret romance, playing only in the cineplex of your
imagination, makes hours in seclusion ethereal and
regenerative. You know you are being scrutinized by a
fascinating entity and are always conscious of the
impression you are making. With stimulating attention,
do your best. If you desire it, you must create it. You can.

Sagittarius (Nov. 22-Dec. 21)
Flashes of mortality — yours and others’ — command a new level of consciousness that is uncomfortable. In many areas, you must destroy in order to rebuild, and that’s scary. Change is uncomfortable, but even worse is the stress
of boredom. New beginnings are lifesaving.

Capricorn (Dec. 22-Jan. 19)
Recent strong alliances have deteriorated to a point that
you know you have to fish or cut bait. What seemed so
solid is nothing but questions. Don’t panic. This is a time
for labeling pros and cons. You have lost sight of the
original purpose, yet you may merely have to adjust. Calculate joint resources carefully.

Aquarius (Jan. 20-Feb. 18)
Take time to be with children and loved ones. Professional rewards come slowly, but you are so close. Distraction is the strategy of choice. A getaway that
stimulates you socially and intellectually is just what the doctor orders. Fall will bring order to chaos. It’s recess. Go outside and play.

Pisces (Feb. 19-March 20)
Fish may crave cool waters, but extreme heat surrounds
all the hard work that must be done. Intense organization will set you up for fall’s largesse. Don’t sit by the pool;
swim laps, then hit the files. In relative quiet, build your empire. Get good help.

Aries (March 21-April 19)
Stop the paper, board the dog, and get out of town.
Somewhere isolated where you can stare at nothing
is best, because you need an emotional overhaul.
Not a whiner or pessimist, you still require down time. Idle shopping improves your style. Splurge.

Taurus (April 20-May 20)
How can you streamline your communications? Perhaps an upgrade on your phone plan or a better Internet provider. Your car is Trigger and you are the Lone Ranger. Grab Tonto and ride out of town to a favorite campsite. Invest a recent windfall in your well-being.

Gemini (May 21-June 20)
Associates can be supportive or disappointing. It’s up to you. Too much information can derail promising deals. You’ve done your part; now retreat and let them think on it. Apply the old sales adage that “He who speaks next loses.” They can’t miss you if you don’t go away. Vamoose.

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