Third Week October 2007

October 14, 2007 at 1:02 pm

Finding someone to swap things with may be a little tricky this week, but if you plan things out, it can be a lot of fun. If  you are willing to do a three-way swap, that will work out best for all concerned. This brings to mind the classic story of the office’s one new word processor. Should it go to the one who has the oldest or the one who ranks highest? What they decided to do is give it to the one with the newest, who then passed down his model to the one with the next newest, and so forth. That way, everyone got a newer model, and no one felt overlooked. This works best in small offices, of course. But the principle can be applied to many situations.
Readers can follow not only their Sun sign horoscope but also the sign of their Ascendant for further clues to how your week will develop

Aries – March 20-April 19 – Sergei Diaghilev – You’re full of energy for home projects this month. That might include helping with picking or processing the fruits of the earth, even if your have to make a drive to a pick-your-own farm. You’ll find this really recharges your batteries, and this fact might surprise you. You never thought of yourself as a nature boy. But working with your spouse, especially, brings an unexpected pleasure and closeness.

Taurus – April 20-May 20 – Helen Tamiris – You connect with goddess energy this month, Earthchild that you are. Check out spiral again and read Ceres and Juno, especially. Meditating on these archetypes renews your spirits and clarifies your values – Try making yourself a goddess mask with help from the directions on the website. The weekend looks good for getting answers about your career direction if you incubate a dream; see

Gemini – May 21-June 20 – Isadora Duncan – Tues-Wed are treacherous for taking on debt. Are you sure you need those items, or are you buying just so can brag about having them? The month has really been productive for artistic pursuits, especially if you act, paint, or take photos. You’re so multi-talented that you probably do all three, and then three more. You’ll soon meet the right agent to promote your art.

Cancer – June 21-July 22 – Bob Fosse – A social meeting this week with a trusted advisor, or with Mom, gives you strong encouragement in regards to your creative goals. Invite a woman friend to see your latest work in progress, or stage a reading. Wednesday you feel like getting out for a drive. You may find the lake cottage appealing; take along the easel or camera to capture images for a later project.

Leo – July 23-Aug. 22 – Leonide Massine – The purse strings loosen up a tiny bit this week, tho I hesitate to tell you this because you might go out and really blow the budget. But having a cozy get-together at the house with just girlfriends would really be fun. Artistic pursuits continue to grow and feed an increasingly glamorous public image. Tuesday is the key day this week for creative careers, and Saturday can be a decision day. Debut a new play or showing, and be sure to circulate.

Virgo – Aug. 23-Sept. 22 – Lola Falana – Sunday or Monday you sit down and have that chat you’ve been putting off – the one where you finally say that you won’t stand for being treated like a doormat. Try to do it tactfully of course. Friday brings encouraging news or a “thinking of you” card. Saturday night is great for incubating a dream – try asking for healing or insight on health issues. Check out for instructions.

Libra – Sept. 23-Oct. 22 – Fayard Nicholas – Mom lectures you (again) about the way you spend money (like water); tell yourself she cares. The weekend is a good time to make a decision about closing one chapter of your life and starting another. It’s nice to be the one who is in control rather than having a decision forced on you. Saturday night is great for experimenting with incubating a dream, especially in regards to artistic inspiration. Check out for free instructions on this technique.

Scorpio – Oct. 23-Nov. 21 – Eleanor Powell – Try not to be too bossy this week because you will tend to sound like Lucy Van Pelt; offer suggestions, not orders. While you would love to make a killing in the market, slow and steady is the word. Wednesday is great for recharging your batteries at the pool or lake; bring a lady friend, too. Friday is a good day to put in your grant proposal, or get an update from the committee.

Sagittarius – Nov. 22-Dec. 21 – Merrill Ashley – Monday is likely to be a frustrating day: the boss is harping on the costly technical bill. Try to find shareware for free. List your wants with internet traders. You’ll find Tuesday much better, starting with a lovely dream in the early am, and a productive late lunch with the boss. Research or study turns up the “true facts” Tues. evening. The weekend will be good for thinking about your next move.

Capricorn – Dec. 22-Jan. 19 – Moira Shearer – Midweek are your best days all month. A small honor or congratulatory message comes thru on Wednesday. Also a close relative introduces a charming fiancee to you, and you are all too happy to welcome her to the family. The weekend favors seeking clarity about things like abundance and excess; maybe you feel moved to make an endowment or something that will live on after you.

Aquarius – Jan. 20-Feb. 17 – Ruth St. Denis – Continue to guard your health thru the end of the year. Continue your regimen and be sure to get health screenings. Look for activities that recharge your batteries and give you a lift. Friday afternoon thru the weekend are your best days all month — A Saturday charitable or fraternal event will raise your spirits, and you could get good news re grant funding.

Pisces – Feb. 18-March 19 – Cyd Charisse – Your emotions are channeled easily into artistic pursuits this month. Energy and warm tints pour into your creative imagery. The temporary writer’s block is overcome and you can finish the book or play by early November. It may help to have some friends over to do a reading to see how the dialogue works. I would skip the writers’ retreat; you’ll only feel more lost and isolated. But if it is a place where everyone feels comfortable giving productive feedback, then it could be very helpful.


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Second Week October 2007 October 22, 2007

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