HOROSCOPES – Georgia Nichols

Your stars for June 2015

Aries (March 21-April 19)

Siblings and relatives from your past have been coming out of the woodwork lately, which is one reason the tempo of your life is moving fast this month. You’re busy with errands, short trips and increased reading and writing! But heads up — in addition to all this busyness, you will still be threatened with transportation breakdowns and mixed-up communications. Yowsers! Guard against snap judgments, which you might regret later. Good month for writing.

Taurus (April 20-May 20)

Your focus on money and possessions is strong this month. Meanwhile, retrograde Mercury will still create glitches, delays and late payments. For example, cheques in the mail will be late. However, this same Mercury retrograde will help you finish old business related to financial matters that have been lingering. You will also feel passionately about something now, perhaps connected with siblings and relatives. Continue to look for ways to benefit from real estate or to improve your home.

Gemini (May 21-June 20)

The Sun is in your sign this month boosting your energy and attracting important people and favourable circumstances to you. Yes! It’s your turn to do your thing! However, retrograde Mercury draws ex-partners back into your life or old business related to ex-partners. You have strong feelings about some kind of financial issue. Fortunately, optimism and hope come easily to you. Hope is the feeling you have that the feeling you have isn’t permanent.

Cancer (June 21-July 22)

This month you’re keeping everything on the low, low because both the Sun and retrograde Mercury are ‘hiding’ in your chart. This will help you with research of any kind. However, this is a great time to buy wardrobe goodies because you like what you see in the mirror. Cancer people love good quality and they appreciate vintage clothing, which you naturally get on sale. (You’re careful with your money.) Look for ways to boost your income because you can do this.

Leo (July 23-Aug. 22)

This is a popular month. Enjoy seeing others, especially younger people, some of whom are from your past. This is a good month to think about goals. Where do you want to be a year from now? What should you do to begin to go in that direction? You are creative sign but many of you are so caught up in the demands of life, you forget how to express your creative talents. In the next two years, you will make more money. Think about how you want to do that, so that you are steering this process. Ideas?

Virgo (Aug. 23-Sept. 22)

This month the Sun is at the top of your chart casting a flattering spotlight on you. This is why others are impressed with you, asking you to take on increased responsibilities or do something special. Say yes because you don’t have to do anything to dazzle them. (Good lighting is everything.) Enjoy this high viz. month, which is really a subtle preparation for something wonderful to come. Get ready for one of the luckiest years of your life which will begin in August! Yahoo!

Libra (Sept. 23-Oct. 22)

This month, you want to travel because you’re eager for adventure and a chance to learn something new. Unfortunately, retrograde Mercury will play havoc with your travel plans. You can travel somewhere new and expect delays, snafus, cancellations and errors – but hey, you’re someplace new and exciting! Or you can travel someplace you’ve already been before. Traditionally, this works easier with a Mercury retrograde situation. The open road is yours. Of course, sometimes the road less traveled is less traveled for a reason.

Scorpio (Oct. 23-Nov. 21)

This is an intense month because the Sun is in the ‘home’ of Scorpio, which means every issue you deal with will be intense and black-and-white. Retrograde Mercury is in your ‘home’ as well, causing confusion and delays. Fortunately, it will also help you finish details regarding inheritances, taxes, debt and shared property. Use this energy to swiftly facilitate this. You might feel obsessed about traveling somewhere. Hmmm, no halfway measures here.

Sagittarius (Nov. 22-Dec. 21)

The Sun is opposite your sign this month, which means it’s as far away from you as it ever gets. Since the Sun is your source of energy – you will need more sleep. (Go to bed.) Retrograde Mercury will still stir up contact with ex-partners and old friends. This could be useful for closure or clarification about old issues, especially inheritances or shared property. Continue to look for opportunities to travel or explore publishing, the media, medicine the law and higher education.

Capricorn (Dec. 22-Jan. 19)

This month you will do everything in your power to get better organized both at home and at work. However, your desire to get better organized will be hampered by retrograde Mercury, which will trigger misplaced papers, confused communications, transportation delays and silly, goofy mistakes. Maddening, yes – but no job is too small to botch. Meanwhile, look for ways to improve your health. Examine your diet. What about exercise? (To me, outdoors is where the car is.)

Aquarius (Jan. 20-Feb. 18)

Lucky you! A lovely, playful month ahead awaits. Admittedly, many of you will encounter old flames from the past; and you will be forced to deal with glitches and cancellations regarding social occasions. Nevertheless, this is still a great time for vacations, parties, the arts, movies, sports events, playful times with children and yes, romance, romance, romance. Grab every chance to express your artistic talents. Just the doing of it is what will please you because we are verbs not nouns.

Pisces (Feb. 19-March 20)

Home, family and your domestic world are your top priority this month. And to add further to this, relatives and family you haven’t seen for a while are camped on your doorstep. (Always put your mother-in-law in a good hotel.) Or perhaps, you will visit your parents or a childhood home? Many of you will focus on home repairs now as well. Nevertheless, there is always room for dreamy romance in the life of a Pisces, isn’t there? Passionate love affairs will occur for many. Meanwhile, look for ways to improve your job.

 

 

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