Horoscope

Goodbye Saturn, Hello Earth



Saturn leaves Leo on Sept. 2, not to return for 29 years. This is great news if you were born between 1938 and 1957, or if you are a Scorpio, Taurus, Leo, or Aquarius. Since July 2005, the ugly excess has ruled. The next two years will bring a dominance of Earth and a quality of logic and reasoning. Plan to initiate new business, administrate personal portfolios, and restore order. Between now and November 2008, we will gain knowledge, much of it uncomfortable, that indicates where to begin a massive reorganizing of hollow, hallowed institutions. Focus on your personal contribution. For a personal reading, e-mail me at nova@dc.rr.com. This forecast remains relevant through April 2008.

Virgo (Aug. 23-Sept. 22)
Your vision is clear and strong, your vacillating tendencies at an ebb, and your powerful alliances hold great promise. A nod from the powers is crucial to your plans; but expect to do all the work. Put ego aside and plunge into this whirlwind, cheerfully taking up the slack. After all, you will benefit most.

Libra (Sept. 23-Oct. 22)
In these next months, your affiliations will pay off. Where you strive to make all understand, where you comprehend the group dynamic, where you act as catalyst, you will take a quantum leap in your own agenda. Open your mind to the potential of how you can tap those you know. Introductions hold power over promises.

Scorpio (Oct. 23-Nov. 21)
Scorpio is regenerative energy. These last two years have presented personal loss and destruction of long-held plans. Remember that the phoenix rose from cold ashes and went straight to the sun. What was destroyed will be rebuilt. Your life demands the tsunamis and wildfires that provide space for the new. Fear not.

Sagittarius (Nov. 22-Dec. 21)
You are blessed with knowledge of the big picture. It is your quest to seek new truth and the honest man. Lead by example. Be a light unto your own feet. Answers are within; getting them to the surface and in practical application is your goal. Find support in those who structure.

Capricorn (Dec. 22-Jan. 19)
The last two years have served you heartbreak, yet you have persevered. You must have realized that time is a circle,
and your turn for the brass ring will come around (again). In the future, mountains will be less forbidding. Sharpen expertise within systems. Confidence is payoff and kickoff.

Aquarius (Jan. 20-Feb. 18)
Your concepts have gained legitimacy and support. Many strong leaders have set agendas. If wise, they will get in the trenches, instill policy for those who follow. Working leaders are key. You will be surprised at realities behind differences you deemed personality-based. Participate.

Pisces (Feb. 19-March 20)
In your support system, many have contributed sterling concepts to further goals. The right ideas manifest daily. Save time by concentrating on those who have a plan and will work it. Theorists will be important to progress when they can use what they know. Be patient.

Aries (March 21-April 19)
Although you are fastest in the streets, your big wins over the next months come from home. On the phone in your bathrobe, you will make the largest coup. Short trips dominate. A simple change in latitude and longitude brings new perspective and solutions. Play hard to get.

Taurus (April 20-May 20)
Fire energies of the past two years have snatched your last nerve. You have withdrawn in disgust. Soon you will see windows of opportunity. Don’t depend on others’ whims or prejudices. Partnerships will later resume their usefulness. Remedies for irritations are on the way. Awareness is key.

Gemini (May 21-June 20)
Endless meetings have a purpose. As a group, they should point to a new system of valuation for you and your capabilities. If you feel alone in a crowd, you are attracting too many players and not focusing on the one or two who are real. Reactions to business are not emotional; kindness will not be mistaken for weakness.

Cancer (June 21-July 22)
When what’s wrong in the world overcomes you, flick your Bic, wave it in the air, and chant about your little light shining. Be your own guardian angel, and be loving and kind. The stars have not aligned in a while; but because of the right action that you have bravely taken, the sun will come out tomorrow. Most crabs love morning hours. Stand in the yard at 6 a.m. with a cup of coffee and feel the dawn breaking.

Leo (July 23-Aug. 22)
Sometimes the after-party conversation bests the party. You can separate braggarts and liars from visionaries and heroes. The I Ching states, “He who stays too long misses the ending.” Many longstanding traditions are ending, but an infusion of new blood is necessary. Set your house in order. Earn your glory

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