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Aries (Mar 21-Apr 20):  You may encourage those who are sincere and devoted by using unconventional methods and tactics, or by agreeing to discuss your real intentions. Such tendencies are supported by the fact that your romantic charms and social skills will be at their most effective.
Taurus (Apr 21-May 21): Now that Mars and Venus are dominating both your emotional state and your domestic affairs, you must proceed as fast as you can to put all family and other close relationships on a proper footing. Aside from more serious issues, this is an ideal time for a spot of lavish and sensual entertaining.
Gemini (May 22-June 21): Mercury, the planet responsible for your brilliant ideas, is still on your side, and you can be as certain as you ever will be that decisions and choices that you make now will be the right ones. As a matter of importance, you should also pay very close attention to financial developments and expenditure.
Cancer (June 22-July 23): Events in your personal life will begin to move faster and faster, although there will be periods when you come to a sudden full stop. It does not matter now whether your immediate interest is emotional, romantic, domestic, professional or financial: what is important is that you make a fresh start.
Leo (July 24-Aug 23): Passions will be running high and if you feel that your approaches are ignored or belittled, or that you have been slighted or taken for granted, you may blow up. The last thing you want to do now is ruin your chances of a massive boost in a major ambition.
Virgo (Aug 24-Sept 23): Has somebody been going behind your back? Or have you not been entirely straight with someone? The best to be hoped for is either that you will gain recognition for your discreet and selfless activities, or that your worldly success will now shed new light on your emotional and spiritual place in the world.
Libra (Sept 24-Oct 23): You just cannot decide whether you want everything to remain as it is, or to make a complete break. Initially, turn your attention to professional issues and make a quick decision. A personal dilemma deserves longer-term consideration, so don't rush it.
Scorpio (Oct 24-Nov 22): The week's developments at work will be dominated by personal relationships and, if you fall out with colleagues, you will damage your own prospects. The answer is simple - don't try to foist your ideas on people who don't need them. Try listening instead!
Sagittarius (Nov 23-Dec 22): As a matter of principle you should repay some of the generosity which has come your way. On a more mundane note, financial concerns are due to intensify. If this is the month for holidays you have planned well. By a happy coincidence, Mars and Venus are revealing an excellent prospect for romantic adventures abroad.
Capricorn (Dec 23-Jan 20): Nothing takes place in isolation, and slight upsets will be opening the window on a remarkable series of emotional opportunities later in the year. It may be necessary, then, to be firm now, and insist that you get what you need out of a relationship, or at least that the issues are aired.
Aquarius (Jan 21-Feb 19): Stick to your preconceived notions of what people should do and when, and you will miss out and run the risk of confrontations over minor issues. Although you may not have received all the guarantees you need over money, what takes place now is bound to fire your imagination.
Pisces (Feb 20-Mar 20): Conditions at work will be dominated by your feelings towards partners and colleagues, and a romantic association may come home to roost. This is a time for you to stretch yourself. Extend your leisure activities into new and totally untried areas. n            -Weekend Plus Desk

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