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SUNscopes for the week of December 13

December 11, 2020

Aries (March 21-April 19)   For the last two years, it’s been a mixed bag. On the upside, it was your time of harvest when some of your cherished dreams came true. Your activities have brought increased respect for you from your peers; and this has been a time where you could see clearly what…

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SUNscopes for the week of December 6

December 4, 2020

All Signs: For the last 200 years, Jupiter and Saturn have lined up in Earth signs; which describes society’s values for the last two centuries. Wealth is about real estate, acquisition, buildings, land and manufacturing. This “Earth” world has a top-down rulership and a few hold the resources of many. In our lifetime, this is…

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SUNscopes for the week of November 29

November 26, 2020

Aries (March 21-April 19)   This is a good week to make future plans about education, publishing, manuscripts, important writing projects, the media and anything to do with medicine and the law. Some of you will make future travel plans. Financially, it’s a good week to ask for a loan or mortgage. Doors will open…

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SUNscopes for the week of November 22

November 20, 2020

All Signs: As our time with passionate, intense Scorpio ends, we now move into a four-week dance with the Sun in optimistic, adventurous Sagittarius. Quelle difference! Sagittarius boosts our desire to travel and makes us want to push the boundaries of our world! We’ll be eager to learn and explore other cultures. The study of…

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SUNscopes for the week of November 15

November 13, 2020

All Signs: On Tuesday this week, Mercury will oppose Uranus, which will trigger accidents and surprises. Midweek, a dance between Saturn and the Sun will strengthen our self-discipline, common sense and focus. We will notice details. On the weekend, Venus enters Scorpio to stay for three weeks. Venus is about relationships, beauty and money. Scorpio…

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SUNscopes for the week of November 8

November 6, 2020

All Signs: This year Jupiter and Pluto line up three times and the final time is this week. The last time Jupiter and Pluto lined up in Capricorn (like this year) was in 1771 during the Russian plague and the American Revolution of 1765-1783. This conjunction in Capricorn will call attention to the growing need…

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SUNscopes for the week of November 1

October 30, 2020

All Signs: On Nov. 3, the day of the US election, Mercury retrograde will end becoming what astrologers call “stationary direct.” This means it hovers in the same degree for two days before moving forward again. (Note: in reality a planet never slows down or goes backwards, this is an illusion relative to planet Earth.)…

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SUNscopes for the week of October 25

October 23, 2020

All Signs: Halloween can be full of surprises, “Trick-or-treat!” However, this year Halloween will “really” be full of surprises because on that day, the Sun will be opposite Uranus, the planet of wild and crazy unpredictability; plus, the Moon will line up with Uranus as well. A double whammy! Please note: This is an accident-prone…

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SUNscopes for the week of October 18

October 16, 2020

All Signs: Oh joy! The week ahead looks great! (Of course, there will be challenges because that’s life. Say-la-vee.) Venus in Virgo will relate beautifully to the trio of planets now in Capricorn, which is a welcome relief. And everyone will feel a shift when the Sun moves into Scorpio for four weeks. This will…

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SUNscopes for the week of October 11

October 8, 2020

All Signs: This is not an ordinary year. The last time Saturn and Pluto lined up in Capricorn was 500 years ago in 1518. The last time Pluto was in Capricorn was during the American Revolution. The last time Mars was retrograde in Aries was 32 years ago in 1988. Currently, retrograde Mars is sowing…

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