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As Venus, your ruler, settles into a new sector of the sky, your feelings are intensified.

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So what are you supposed to do with them? You can't just put them away until a situation changes. You need to acknowledge them so that they're able to inform your choice. Yet there's someone else involved, who has strong feelings too. Can you just ignore their views and insist that yours are upheld? You have the gift of being able to negotiate through a jungle of complicated emotions today. The characters have all been called to the drawing room, where they're waiting for the crime to be solved. Since this story has been written by an ingenious author, even though we all have a suspect in mind, there's bound to be a surprise in store.

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There will have been a few carefully placed red herrings which have led us off track. Cosmic forces enable you to uncover lots of missing information today. Although some of it will surprise or even shock you, it will be of great benefit. Should you trust your gut instincts? Or would it be better to take your time, think things through, and decide how you feel about a delicate situation? The more time you take to reflect, the surer you'll be, right? This can certainly be the case.

Yet, all too often, our initial impression of a particular scenario disappears once we've had time to acclimatise to it. Persistent pensiveness might take you no further than you've already come. But it just might inform you of the perfect path to take.

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You're a Leo, born under the majestic symbol of the lion. Awesome and adorable, fierce and cuddly, you can inspire love and fear. So why do you so seldom capitalise on your awe-inspiring charismatic strengths? It's as if you sometimes forget your persuasive powers, and your ability to charm. Yet, even when you're not aiming for maximum impact, you remain a tour-de-force.

You've earned your right to be centre-stage today. Don't let anyone tell you differently, and enjoy the well-deserved acclaim. They say it 'takes all sorts to make the world'. Yet where are the people who think that? Who are these icons of compassion?

Haven't they understood that it's our differences that make life so complicated? The world would be much simpler if everyone just did things one way - and that's your way! You're usually an accepting soul, yet you're finding it impossible to accept a particular attitude. You're witnessing something that should not be overlooked. Don't be afraid to call out what you see. It sometimes feels as if we're surrounded by people who have all the answers. The truth is that you're sometimes a member of this group of individuals.


That's why you also understand that knowing the right answer isn't always enough. It's important to match the solution up to the right question too. It seems that someone has mismatched answers with questions; they're certain you've got the wrong end of the stick. Venus, your ruler, brings an opportunity for dialogue and compromise. Some people lack sensitivity to others. They're so impervious that they don't even realise that they're being rude, disrespectful or selfish.

But then, since they're insensitive, we'd be silly to expect any better! So, how should we respond to such individuals? Do we have a duty to educate them? Or condemn them? Even if we were able to do both, is a quest for revenge ever justified? As Venus settles into your sign, you can find a way to be generous and kind today, even in the face of frustration. I've been thinking about forgiveness and the right thing to do when someone tries to draw a line under an unacceptable situation, or refuses to acknowledge that a wrong has occurred. There are occasions when forgiveness can be misdirected.

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