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Careful, careful, Angelica Panganiban

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Although a new cycle of dating is under way for Angelica, she should proceed with caution. Under the current Saturn cycle, she will find her romantic expectations dashed. She must also take care of her health, as overwork may cause her to deplete her reserves of strength and this will weaken her immune system. These things will come to pass during late 2012 and 2013.

Aries

Take your time and absorb as much knowledge as you can to become proficient in people skills at present. Read the body signals of others and you will see a completely different story. If you have been confused and pulled in different directions, this new strategy will be telling.

Taurus

Trying to establish what’s truly good or bad for you won’t be that easy. You’re prepared to take a punt, but don’t believe a story that’s given to you this week as you need a lot more convincing. Weigh the pros and cons first.

Gemini

You’re tired of the old ways and want a fresh change. Your consciousness is growing and you are seeking unique new avenues of expression. If you are not feeling in good shape physically, you’ll need to take some immediate steps to rectify that. Attraction is initially a physical thing, right?

Cancer

Those you socialize with could end up stepping away from you if you get too serious about your version of the truth. Tread carefully. You may be finding it hard to stick with the protocols of love that are in place, but they’re there for a good reason, although not apparent.

Leo

It is a perfect time to listen to other people’s problems rather than superimposing your own bias on them. Being receptive seems to be the name of the game this week. You have to exercise your disciplinary side this week to make some time for fun at the right time.

Virgo

You can afford to be a little eccentric this week. This will fascinate others and give you the edge socially. Elsewhere, you may be angry at the way one of your friends is treating her partner, but feel constrained in saying something. The best thing you can do is lead by example.

Libra

If your relationship has reached the point of no return, you need to decide if you want to go along for the ride or jump ship now. You have the opportunity to reconcile. If you’re feeling dissatisfied with the status quo, then the planets compel you to perhaps break ties with those elements of your life which aren’t working.

Scorpio

Humility is your keyword this week where love is concerned. Analyze where you can gain the greatest mutual benefit. Discard activities which are time consuming but yield little. The planetary arrangements now mean you need to deal with ethical issues. A legal matter may also now take a new turn.

Sagittarius

You have to showcase your talents if you ever want to become known for them. There’s no point sweeping your abilities under the rug. Let them be known. If you’re feeling imprisoned by some situation, you need to get away from the problem. Travelling seems to be on the cards, and it will do you a world of good.

Capricorn

You might go out somewhere only to find the atmosphere is worse than the one from which you were trying to escape. Remember that accepting invitations is not obligatory. You may begin to desire a new life elsewhere, so this cycle also has some connections with endings.

Aquarius

You need to concentrate on some issues in your romantic life that previously has been unspoken, perhaps taboo. Be kind and tactful. It’s time for reconciliation. Family or old school reunions could be on your agenda too. Making peace, not war, should be at the top of your list of things to do.

Pisces

Your unsuccessful attempts do not mean you are a failure. You must see these experiences as a means of strengthening your resolve. There is a greater feeling of ease in love matters, and this a favorable time to extend yourself emotionally. You may meet someone who is influential in assisting you to go to the next step professionally as well.

A new cycle of love for you

I just left my live-in partner because he was too demanding. He also has 10 children from two separate marriages. He wants me to return, but I’m scared. What should I do? I am a Libran.

REGARDS,

Y, LEMERY

Hi Y,

You don’t have to be a rocket scientist or even an astrologer to figure this one out! I think your ex has enough on his plate without making any more babies, wouldn’t you agree? Trust me when I say you are not losing anything by moving on. A new cycle of love commences later this year. Don’t worry!

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  • julymorning

    classic moronic forecasts for gullible idiots

    • andresa igbac

       i don’t believe in horoscopes too. but you don’t have a right to insult people just because you don’t believe in what they believe.

  • http://noypistuff.blogspot.com/ Noypistuff

    Mine is kinda true… :D



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