Horoscope November 2009

Boots for Those Who Make and Break Laws

For a personal reading, e-mail me at sherrylnova@aim.com.


Saturn enters Libra now, to remain there until Oct. 2012. Alliance with countries who flaunt international law are strained, if not broken. It will become evident that lawmakers can be the most egregious lawbreakers, as we run more and more offenders out of public office. The Aquarian Age Internet will be the force of consensus that leads us out of darkness. For a personal reading, e-mail me at sherrylnova@aim.com.

SCORPIO  (Oct. 23-Nov. 21)
Pluto, your “nonplanet,” rules sex, death, and coups. You eagles are comfortable with transition and have even been suspected of laughing at funerals. You feel the joy of utter destruction because you sense the beauty of rebirth. Heads will roll and you howl with glee. Keep it down; you’re scaring folks. But enjoy.

SAGITTARIUS  (Nov. 22-Dec. 21)

Clandestine activities spark a dormant passion. You are especially fortunate in areas where it’s nobody’s business what you do. True willingness to let go of a bad habit makes the reform a breeze. Endings now are not shattering but exciting, providing clean space for the new. Nature abhors a vacuum. Get ready.

CAPRICORN  (Dec. 22-Jan. 19)

Over the summer, you were severely played by persons, places, or things that promised but did not deliver. Suddenly, time is of the essence. Announce the amended rate card and dismiss all “deals.” There is no deal but yours. People with influence over your ambitions are expecting a plan. Deliver it.

AQUARIUS  (Jan. 20-Feb. 18)
In your frantic days, little attention is given to the passion behind alliances, and now so many need romancing at once. To quote the Mikado, “A feud will begin ... and kith will kill kin ... for you.” Do not be sucked in by the ego boost from current skirmishes. Renew the bonds of reliable connections; show them you care.

PISCES  (Feb. 19-March 20)
You are surrounded by psychics who bombard you with clues to your immediate future. Be grateful that you attract such savants. Their messages, whispered or yelled, add to your visions. A powerful supporter refuses to be outed, yet backroom machinations serve you well. Remove ego for strength.

ARIES  (March 21-April 19)

Note the differences between romance and sex. Romance (Leo) is fun and games, playing the game with stimulation from others and a happy heart — a chance to be a beneficent despot. On the other hand, sex (Scorpio) is passion, manipulation, and power struggles. The big bang leads to relief and renewal.

TAURUS  (April 20-May 20)

You are magnanimous with less-than-perfect partners because of your patience. Recent antics have played your last nerve, but as you cringe in anticipation of the next outrageous event, you spot the light at the end of the tunnel. Not much more patience is required. Security measures are strong, so you can relax.

GEMINI  (May 21-June 20)
Blithe spirit, now is not the time to see the good in everyone. There are no victims, only volunteers; and your refusal to consider past history may condemn you to a repeat performance. Close associates warn. Ignore their irritating delivery; see the wisdom of guilty until proven innocent. Protect your interests.

CANCER  (June 21-July 22)

The planets align on many occasions where you can proudly say, “I told you so.” But at what cost? My mother used to say you get more flies with honey than vinegar, but who wants flies? Stifle the urge to gloat. A speculative venture can be fueled by hidden agendas. Be gracious as you render answers to all.

LEO  (July 23-Aug. 22)
An emotionally reactive habit that has served you probably since kindergarten has no power now. In fact, you will be more influential if you surprise those who expect the usual from you. Typically fixed, you are resistant to radical change. Fear not. An abrupt about-face opens new doors and potential alliances.

VIRGO  (Aug. 23-Sept. 22)

Take some time for unmitigated joy. Why are you doubting further success? The last couple of years have been hard, but have added so much to your self-worth. You are wasting time going over spreadsheets with compulsive intensity. Your life is an ascending spiral. Stop. Enjoy the view.

LIBRA  (Sept. 23-Oct. 22)
In an area where no one can do that voodoo that you do, the rate card must be amended to show true value. No more discounts, because where will they go to replace you? A new contact is willing to pay a reasonable new rate, and it’s much higher. Let go of projects that are underfunded, and they will return, bankrolled.

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