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Taurus, make adjustments in your flow.

Free Will Astrology

September 17th, 2014

Taurus, make adjustments in your flow.

  • A&E

    This week, take a lesson from Jackie Chan.

  • A&E

    Choose your battles carefully, Aquarius.

  • A&E

    As you know, real confidence has no bluster or bombast, Virgo.

  • A&E

    Do you know what phase of your cycle it is, Capricorn?

  • A&E

    The bells are about to ring for you, Libra.

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    Every 12 years, the planet Jupiter spends about a year cruising through the sign of Leo.

  • A&E

    You are hereby excused from doing household chores and busywork, Scorpio. Feel free to cancel boring appointments, too.

  • Fine Art

    Are you more prone to close down or open up, Virgo?

  • A&E

    You now have more power than you can imagine to initiate long-term growth, Cancer.

  • As We See It

    Let your imagination run half-wild, Taurus.

  • As We See It

    Seek out heroes and geniuses worthy of your respect, Scorpio.

  • A&E

    "Nikhedonia makes some people lazy."

  • A&E

    Happy Birthday, Gemini, you soulful, wonder-filled explorer.

  • A&E

    Declare victory, Leo.

  • A&E

    When you are called on to show what you’ve got, Gemini, be well-prepared.

  • A&E

    Read up, Gemini

  • A&E

    You need extra downtime, Sagittarius.

  • A&E

    Go spend some time having non-goal-oriented fun already, Aquarius!

  • A&E

    Something is fueling your passion, Taurus.

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