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Your weekly horoscope for May 13-19, 2024

Here's what's in store for your zodiac sign this week.

Venus in Aries brought us a degree of eyes-wide-open emotional honesty. With the planet of love and money joining Mercury, Uranus and the Sun in stability-seeking Taurus, this celestial quartet directs earthly energies in search of sustainable solutions. Here’s your weekly horoscope May 13-19, 2024.

Taurus, Apr 20 – May 20

While Jupiter gives its final blessing to your sign for another decade or so, ask yourself what lessons has the growth planet gifted you over the past year? And if unpredictable Uranus throws you a curveball this week, consider how you could use it to fuel some bold new moves. 

Gemini, May 21 – Jun 20

Jupiter visits your sign every twelve years, and it’s on its way. Your celestial mentor Mercury, currently in Gemini’s sector of closure, makes this an ideal week to decide what’s run its course in your life and make an invitational space to welcome the planet of expansion and largesse.

Cancer, Jun 21 – Jul 22

As Jupiter, the giant planet of growth and expansion, finishes completing its once-in-a-lifetime conjunction with Uranus, the planet of progress, change and surprise in the earthy sign of nature and economics, be alert for this week’s unexpected openings and new opportunities.

Leo, Jul 23 – Aug 22

Lively mid-week moon in Leo invites you to add a dash of dramatic spice to anything that might feel a bit ho-hum or lacklustre this week. To jazz up your branding and personal presentation, revamp your business profile and restyle your social invitations so they’re simply irresistible.

Virgo, Aug 23 – Sep 22

As the heat and dust settle from Mercury’s journey through its most volatile placement, your mentor planet heads into its favourite planning transit in a sensible fellow earth sign. Virgos do love a plan, and the weekend Virgo moon offers this week’s prime time for making them.

Libra, Sep 23 – Oct 22

If some part of your life has been in a holding pattern, this week’s cruisy Venus and changemaker Uranus could refresh a same-old same-old scenario with new possibilities. Don’t hesitate to think outside the box for a completely different approach that isn’t rushed or stressful, and proceeds easily.

Scorpio, Oct 23 – Nov 21

Mars in Aries is ready for action, and wants to do everything right now. But Venus brings a reminder this week that happiness is not about doing more, being busier. Venus likes to take it easy and savour the simple pleasures of life, and when Venus is satisfied, everyone is content. 

Sagittarius, Nov 22 – Dec 21

With your mentor planet Jupiter about to make its annual move, this year from your career and health sector, savvy Sagittarians would benefit from using this week to get workplace issues sorted and affairs in order, to schedule medical checkups and put a wellness routine in place.

Capricorn, Dec 22 – Jan 19

Since your last birthday, three major astrological themes have been at play: the first activating a retrospective life check. The second, a fundamental change of perspective about how to currently move forward in the world. And the third sets your first steps on that new path this week.

Aquarius, Jan 20 – Feb 18

There’s something magical about the last days of the current Jupiter/Uranus alignment. Uranus brings exciting surprises, while Jupiter suggests that whatever Uranus has in store is likely to be positive. So pay attention to this week’s signs, synchronicities and coincidences, because they’ll be significant.

Pisces, Feb 18 – Mar 20

Saturn takes around thirty years to make a full revolution through the zodiac, and the great benefit of the celestial life coach in your sign – as it presently is in yours – is an increased ability to deal with this week’s more difficult realities with intention and foresight.

Aries, Mar 21 – Apr 19

Generous Jupiter is reaching the end of its year- long stay in your money and assets sector and won’t be back for more than another decade, so attention to financial affairs pays off this week. Chiron is also urging you to mend something broken, to integrate something that’s been separated.

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