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Despite controversy, Kate Middleton to shine even brighter

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As Jupiter transits the secretive zone of Kate’s lunar horoscope, we can expect all sorts of scandalous taunts directed at her. But this will be short-lived, as the entry of Jupiter into her lunar star on June 29, 2013, will bring with it a brand-new cycle heralding celebrations, birth and other successful activities. This will be a time when we will see her shine. The year 2014 should be even better, and Kate’s popularity is certain to grow more after this time despite any negative publicity.

Although Kate has displayed a gracious demeanor while enduring these media and legal experiences, the Moon and North node combination in her horoscope tell us that she does indeed worry about what others think, yet hides this very well under her sweet exterior.

 

Aries

If you defy conventions, you have to justify your behavior this week. Impressing others doesn’t necessarily mean you have to be that different. It’s simply a matter of using what you have in a most dignified manner. You’ll be surprised that others will be paying attention to you, and when you least expect it, something nice may happen.

 

Taurus

If you’re trying to team up with someone, you may be making too much of an effort that will backfire. You can sit back, relax and let them come to you. This takes considerable trust in your own self-esteem, so work on this first and then the rest will follow.

Gemini

If you can’t happen to make up your mind this week—don’t. It’s best to postpone a decision, particularly if you are overemotional about the outcome. When this is the case, your decision will be clouded by feelings and fears. Wait for a more appropriate moment.

 

Cancer

This week you can feel ill at ease or tell it as it is. When laying your cards on the table, don’t shy away. This is the time when others grab hold of an opportunity to make you feel uncomfortable and apologetic for your honesty. Hold up the mirror and let others take responsibility for their inability to deal with truth.

Leo

Ruthless people need ruthless responses and a refreshing reminder that you also have power and can hold your own. Allies are very important this week, and it’s a great idea to invite a third party to operate as a silent witness to the psychotic episodes of someone who wants to discredit you. Act as a friend, work as a spy. That’s your mantra this week!

Virgo

Friends will be otherwise preoccupied, and gaining their attention will be an uphill battle. If you strive too hard and get absolutely no response, the week could finish on a somewhat sour note. Be receptive to the concerns of associates who simply don’t have time for you at present. Don’t take it so personally.

Libra

Sexual encounters will be deep and energizing this week. Exploring the hidden side of your being and the study of taboos can leave you enthralled. Take the time to study alternative cultures, new ways of enticing your partner and spiritually regenerating yourself through the power of intimacy. It could be an eye-opener in more ways than one.

Scorpio

You will encounter confrontations with the women in your life this week. They may appear especially sensitive, moody or apprehensive toward you. Your emotional expression and your instinctive reactions are not operating clearly, and you might find yourself embroiled in heated debates in which you stand in defense of your own viewpoints.

Sagittarius

You could receive an important call this week, but this could be a somewhat dicey proposition. You win an argument and come out a sure winner, and this gives you an unfair and probably a punishing advantage over someone. Your talent in certain directions, however, is not fulfilling you just at this time.

Capricorn

Someone will show you care and attention, and this could be something you have not anticipated. A new friendship can commence. You have your way of doing things, and this could be at odds with someone around you, possibly even your boss. Compromise is your key word.

Aquarius

There may be some controversial matters you have to deal with, and this could result in a conflict of interest. Try to be a step ahead of the game, as the situation could take you into the unexpected. You may feel annoyed by someone just now, but being polite may not be the best way to tell them to get lost. It’s easy—tell them to get lost.

Pisces

The hidden motivations of your partner will surprise you this week, and what you discover may even leave you stranded emotionally. Occasionally, even your nearest and dearest reveal parts of their nature that you’ve never seen. The next few days could be a time of intense emotional adjustment.

Will I be right in choosing him?

Hi Dadhichi,

I’m a Taurus. I haven’t been in a relationship, but there are two men in my life right now. One is a Scorpio and the other a Leo. I really like the latter one, but maybe I like him for the wrong reasons. I’m confused. Will I be right in choosing him? Any suggestions, comments or readings would help a lot.

—E

Without accurate dates of birth, I can only estimate results. However, through years of experience, I see there is always a very powerful attraction between Taurus and Scorpio (solar opposites), so my intuition says the Scorpio will be a more lasting and fulfilling relationship.

Regards,

Dadhichi

Visist www.astrology.com.au; e-mail dadhichi@astrology.com.au.


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