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SUNscopes for the week of July 26

July 24, 2020

All Signs: Saturn is in its own sign Capricorn from Dec. 2017 to Dec. 2020. Saturn represents the status quo, the government plus borders and boundaries. Like a sneak preview, Saturn slipped into the next sign Aquarius in March this year, then returned to Capricorn three weeks ago. In mid Dec. Saturn will move into…

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SUNscopes for the week of July 19

July 17, 2020

All Signs: After months of self-isolation, social distancing, flattening the curve, comes complacency and the desire for normalcy. “Surely this is enough?” Cautious reopening leads to increased infections. Oh no! What’s the prognosis? I have no answers but I do see that from the beginning of Sept. until the middle of Nov. when Mars is…

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SUNscopes for the week of July 12

July 10, 2020

All Signs: Pluto, Jupiter and Saturn are still lined up in Capricorn, the sign that represents the status quo — anything from a government that “has always done things this way” to a Norman Rockwell idea of family: mom, dad, a white picket fence, 2.5 kids, dog and cat. Starting now and for the rest…

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SUNscopes for the week of July 5

July 3, 2020

All Signs: Does it feel like things are stalled in the water? Well, it so happens that five planets are retrograde right now: Mercury, Jupiter, Saturn, Neptune and Pluto. Oy! (I’m sure this is why I can’t seem to lose weight.) The good news is this week Mercury retrograde is over, at least technically. Yay!…

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SUNscopes for the week of June 28

June 25, 2020

All Signs: In astrology, Mars represents energy – all kinds of energy including sexual and militant aggression. Mars is the ruling planet of Aries; and Mars is in Aries only once every two years for about six weeks. But lo! What news from yonder modem breaks? This week Mars enters Aries to stay for six…

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SUNscopes for the week of June 21

June 19, 2020

All Signs: Most people know their sign from a horoscope column or a coffee mug. However, you might not know your “sign” is actually the sign that the Sun was in when you were born. Your first breath is your astrology chart. But hey, your chart has other planets, as well: the Moon, Mercury, Venus,…

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SUNscopes for the week of June 14, 2020

June 11, 2020

All Signs: This week two notable planetary aspects occur. Mercury officially goes retrograde. (Aagghh!) Meanwhile fiery Mars will dance with Pluto, which is powerful because these guys don’t mess around. This particular dance is mutually supportive so there will be a swelling of energy and purpose. (Hide the silver.) Mars and Pluto are surprisingly similar….

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SUNscopes for the week of June 7

June 5, 2020

All Signs: Every few decades, Saturn and Pluto align; but this year, they lined up in Capricorn for the first time in 500 years. Capricorn represents governments and structures in society (plus borders). Five hundred years ago, the agent of change was the moveable printing press, which spread information leading to the Protestant Reformation, the…

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SUNscopes for the week of May 31

May 29, 2020

All Signs: Pluto takes 250 years to cycle the Sun. Pluto and Saturn are now less than 5 degrees apart. This began in Dec. 2019 and lasts for the rest of the year. (The last time they were lined up in Capricorn was in 1518.) Capricorn is the sign of the government; it symbolizes “structures”…

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SUNscopes for the week of May 24

May 22, 2020

All Signs: Please note: Mercury will be retrograde from June 18 to July 12. However, there are buffer times because Mercury slows down ahead of time; then afterwards, it takes time to catch up to where it was at when it went retrograde. The buffer times are June 4 to July 27. Mercury retrograde is…

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