STARCAST: Once again it’s June, moon, honeymoon season. The Sun and Mercury vibrate in flirty Gemini. If you don’t carry the bouquet, plan to catch it. In other news: Jupiter’s stay in Sagittarius inspires us to expand our higher selves through multi-cultural experiences.
ARIES (March 20-April 18)
Connections kick in as the Sun and Mercury join forces in your charm and chat center. Phone, fax, blog, and facebook. Romp, play, go out, see and be seen. Even a neighborhood gabfest holds promise. ALSO: Remember, this is your travel year. Both inner and outer space hold special promise.
TAURUS (April 19-May 19)
Your killer smile comes easy as the light turns green as in money. The Sun and Mercury are summiting in your financial sector. What better place! Follow the Ram’s example: see, be seen, go places, do things. Mighty Jupiter’s residence in your hormone house is certain to liven up your life.
GEMINI (May 20-June 19)
The Sun and Mercury frolic in your sign, a reminder that all work and no play makes snores of Jack and Jill. Share your pizzazz with the world. You can (and should) change venues with impunity. While blowing out those birthday candles reflect on mutually held resources.
CANCER (June 20-July 21)
Self denial is hardly your thing. Months of flashing plastic (“Use me! Use me!) take their toll. “Living in the moment,” isn’t that what you call it? With Mercury and the Sun in your house of reckoning, those bells you hear sound like alarms. Let’s hope the adrenalin starts the cash flowing in new and unexpected directions.
LEO (July 22-Aug. 21)
Are you working for a cause? If not, why not? You’re a born leader. The Mercury/Sun merger in your house of friends and wishes suggests that you’ll be showcasing your talent and energy in a group setting. Just make certain that it’s the right group.
The Sun and Mercury are a dynamic duo in your career house while Jupiter provides a protective shield around home base. Strike while the stars are hot to resolve practical issues. Repeat: “Every day in every way life is getting better and better. Every day in every way . . .” You got it? Act on it.
LIBRA (Sept. 22-Oct. 21)
You’re so busy pleasing and being pleased that you may not notice who’s pulling the strings. Is this an area you haven’t wanted to address? Think again. Decide what you want, then act. Yes, an assignment like that’s challenging–especially for an easy come-easy go Libra like you. Can you handle it?
SCORPIO (Oct. 22-November 21)
You Scorps may have more fun than anybody, but still prefer to keep it quiet. Now, with the Sun and Mercury hanging in your hormone house, expect that cover to be blown. Like it or not, you’re about to become a legend in your time.
SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Dec. 20)
Somebody up there is moving his (her?) tail for you. Romance with the rich and famous is possible. You’re pretty high profile yourself these days. Trying to do the nose to grindstone thing won’t be easy. Maybe you won’t even try. With the Sun/Mercury summit in your one-on-one house, expect good times to roll.
CAPRICORN (Dec. 21-Jan. 18)
Saturn, the planetary Dean of Students, continues to hang in your dorm. Mr. Rules and Order remains through the year. That’s the bad news, now for the good: the Sun and Mercury whoop it up in your nitty-gritty house at a time when little things mean a lot.
AQUARIUS (Jan. 19-Feb.17)
Is love better the second time around? Some might suggest that you close the book once and for all, yet the notion makes for a pleasant daydream. Also, given the creative spin you’re in, romantic reverie could find its way into a novel, a song, a poem, play, or at least a juicy blog.
PISCES (Feb. 19-March 19)
You’re a bit of a mind reader, Pi. Think of it as mental intercourse and be gentle. Of course, that doesn’t mean you can’t also be bold and adventurous. Go ahead, go where no Fish has ever gone before. Be daring, be darling, do it!
Question: I was born Nov. 27, I’m a Saj. So is the new man in my life (Dec.9). What are our chances?
Answer: Since Sajs are half gambler, half idealist, your relationship will be ver—–rrry interesting. Expect to be great pals, a pair of high flying, high rolling, activist-adventurers. You share each other’s ideals and interests like no one else can. Both of you like to read, study, observe, and teach. When you’re doing all those things together, life may be exhausting but never boring. Travel is part of the glue that holds you together. So here’s a warning: separate vacations are a no-no. Each of you is such a wanderer, some one just might not come back.