Birthday Stars

Being told your birthday chart indicates you’re about to be disillusioned may not seem like good news. However, you’ve been devoting time, effort, money and, in some cases, emotional support to people and, equally, situations that give you very little in return. Yet you’ve all sorts of justifications for this. It’s time to examine each. You may have lots of excuses, but each is in some way, undermining you. The solution? Either reorganise the arrangement or bid it farewell. It won’t be easy, but it’s vital.

Sun 08 December - 2019



Sun 08 December - 2019


Sticking with the facts as you understood them, isn’t lying. Yet somebody insists it is. Waste no time explaining that, at the time, you believed they were the truth. In this case, an apology isn’t about admitting you were wrong, but acknowledging any problems they faced, and nothing more. Leave it there.


Either you’ll have to take a tough line in certain matters or you’re facing situations that demand you be both clever and alert. Or both. While this is no surprise, the timing is sudden. Obviously, this won’t be easy, but the issues you’re dealing with and what you learn in the process will be informative. And, equally, you’ll have a timely opportunity to overcome persistent doubts.


If you’ve kept updated about your stars, you’ll know the move by Uranus into Taurus, last March, kick-started a cycle of change. Mostly, what arose was welcome but, occasionally, it was unsettling. Actually, this isn’t only about practicalities but, also, a powerful shift in your perspective. If you’re already viewing things differently, you’ll have recognised the potential recent changes offer. If not, December’s obvious, and thrilling, breakthroughs will convince you how wise you’d be to embrace the unexpected. Take it in stages. Events will soon win you over.

Year to come

Interesting as others’ ideas and adventures may be, you like to know what to expect. Yet as you’ll have learnt between May and November of 2018, when the unpredictable Uranus, visited Taurus, sudden developments can be as rewarding as they are disruptive. Remember this from 6 March, Uranus returns to Taurus, to remain until 2026 - kick-starting a cycle of extensive growth. Disruptive as what arises seems, each change is introducing worthwhile new places, people and ideas. While unfamiliar initially, each will add something special, if unexpected, to your life. Because this influences the world around you, the more involved you get, the more you and others will both benefit from and enjoy what will, on reflection, prove to be a wonderfully adventurous chapter of your life.