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It's a favorable phase to gorge yourself on beauty, Gemini.

Free Will Astrology (May 16)

May 16th, 2019

It's a favorable phase to gorge yourself on beauty, Gemini.

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    The next three weeks will be an excellent time to serve as your own visionary prophet, Cancerian.

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    Scorpio, I invite you to regard the whole world as your mirror.

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    Try not to fall into the easy trap of relying on satire, sarcasm, cynicism and irony, Virgo.

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    You're primed to accomplish gradual breakthroughs through persistence, Virgo.

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    I hope that sometime soon you'll acquire a new source of support or inspiration, Taurus.

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    Something of yours may also enjoy a second life sometime soon, Leo.

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    Meditate on calming down the beastly bear-like qualities in yourself, Aquarius.

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    It's a favorable time for you to express a high degree of tenacity, Pisces.

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    The coming weeks might be a good time to acquire a flamethrower, Aries.

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    Virgo, I predict that in the coming weeks some magic will transpire that will change everything.

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    If you formulate a new set of New Year's resolutions now, Pisces, you're likely to remain committed to them.

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    What is the quality of your access to life's basic necessities, Scorpio?

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    You have a mandate to tap into what's freshest and most unstillable about you, Aquarius.

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    According to my analysis of the omens, you will be able to see more than you usually do, Sagittarius.

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    Your body's ready to tell you secrets that your mind has not yet figured out, Pisces.

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    Return to your roots, Libra. Pay homage to your sources.

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    I'd love to see you expand your sense of what constitutes your wealth, Sagittarius.

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    Be rigorous about embodying your authentic self in 2019, Aquarius.

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    Softening your relationship with perfectionism will be a key assignment in 2019, Virgo.

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