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Taurus, would you like to do something to reduce the distracting power of that annoying affliction, a wound that never formed a proper scar?

Free Will Astrology (July 27)

July 27th, 2017

Taurus, would you like to do something to reduce the distracting power of that annoying affliction, a wound that never formed a proper scar?

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    Cancer, I predict that four weeks from now you will be enjoying a modest but hearty feeling of accomplishment—on one condition.

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    Gemini, stay put. Be patient and cagey and observant. Seek strength in silence and restraint. Let problems heal through the passage of time.

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    Libra, the astrological omens suggest it’s a favorable moment to create a big new award named after you and bestow it upon yourself.

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    This is a perfect moment to create a new tradition, Aries.

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    Leo, I suspect you will soon have an up-close encounter with some form of lightning.

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    Scorpio, take extra good care of your frog-self!

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    Aquarius, sip red wine, savor strawberries and sing Prince’s “Little Red Corvette.”

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    Leo, are you harboring any mediocre goals or desires that dampen your lust for life?

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    Cancer, here comes the reward for the hard work you’ve been doing that no one has completely appreciated.

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