Horoscope: October 24, 2017

Your stars today

Shelley Von Strunckel October 24, 2017
Your stars today

Your Stars Today

Aries | March 20 – April 18

A relaxed conversation can be fantastic. But when there’s lots to do, as is the case now, lengthy chats can be distracting. However, while you’re talking things over, you’ll learn a lot, and many of those facts involve issues that, otherwise, it simply wouldn’t have occurred to you to ask about.

Taurus | April 19 – May 19

Tempting as it is to focus on achieving some kind of accord, with the actual situations becoming increasingly complicated, you’d regret rushing things. Not only are numerous changes likely, the events triggered by the Taurus Full Moon, in early November, will reshape your priorities, and far more dramatically than you’d believe possible.

Gemini | May 20 – June 20

Ordinarily, minor misunderstandings have a way of either resolving themselves or simply vanishing, forgotten by everybody concerned. However, one particular issue is still a presence in your life and, has become an increasing worry, for you and others. Get everybody involved, then tackle this jointly and soon, before it becomes even more troublesome.

Cancer | June 21 – July 21

Ages ago you invested a great deal of time, effort and, in some situation’s heart in certain future plans. While there has been progress, you’re wondering if it isn’t time to say farewell. That isn’t just wise, in letting these go, you’re clearing the way for something new and, possibly, entirely unexpected.

Leo | July 22 – August 21

Jupiter has just moved into the sign of transformation, Scorpio. Plus, its encounter with your ruler the Sun is the first in this position for over a decade. Consequently, you can expect both unanticipated events and ideas so new you’re unsure how to react. For now, learn as much as you can. Decisions can wait.

Virgo | August 22 – September 21

Last week your ruler Mercury and Jupiter met up and now the Sun’s linking with this most fortunate of planets. Exciting as what you learn about or even are offered may be, bear in mind these are only one part of a lengthy, and exciting, cycle of growth, expansion and discovery.

Libra | September 22 – October 22

Diplomacy is one of your strengths. However, with Mars in Libra until early December, often your mood or circumstances will demand you be forthright, whatever the reaction is likely to be. Worrying as this seems initially, adopting this frank approach to issues, past and present, will eliminate confusion swiftly and easily.

Scorpio | October 23 – November 21

It’s becoming increasingly clear that, sooner or later, you’ll need to stand up to one particular individual who doesn’t seem to be able to distinguish fact from fiction. The problem is the individual in question genuinely sees things in differently, on different days. When dealing with them, bear this in mind.

Sagittarius | November 22 – December 20

Now that your ruler Jupiter is in a new portion of your chart, the focus has shifted, and to issues you haven’t given much thought to for ages. These remained unacknowledged because nobody, including you, knew what to do about them. Sudden, and unexpectedly profitable, brainstorming will soon change all that.

Capricorn | December 21 – January 18

For ages you’ve known certain longstanding arrangements would need to change, if not benefit from a top to bottom rethink. But the time has never seemed right. However, with both Jupiter and Mars having moved into new positions, and within days, the odds are good that sudden developments will force your hand.

Aquarius | January 19 – February 17

Usually you’re the first to spot intriguing ideas or trends worth pursuing. Yet now that those who you’ve never really thought of as being on the cutting edge are devising fascinating ideas, you’re not sure what to think. Explore what the individuals in question are discussing. You’ll be glad you did.

Pisces | February 18 – March 19

The combination of mighty Jupiter, the Sun and Mercury all in the most expansive portion of your chart highlights the need to both rethink existing plans and, even more, explore new ideas or options. Unnecessary if not disruptive as changes might be, once you learn more, you’ll realise how timely they are.

Published in The Express Tribune, October 24th, 2017.


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