Capricorn [December 22nd to January 20th]
#MeTime: Looks like you found what you needed to find in that Fortress of Solitude last week. So now you emerge with some mild manners that will likely conceal your super ideas and ambitions. It might be hard for people to read you this week. Pause. It might be hard for you to read you this week. The full moon might have you feeling and appearing both sensitive, even touchy-feely, and simultaneously like you could eat glass and swallow down the shards with Devil Spring’s Vodka straight. We might also think of you as a Velvet-covered Iron glove. No need to pick either. You’re both: you’re just going to have to figure out the venues or arenas of your life where you can be tough and gentle at the same time.
#Heartstrings: You may not realize how quietly intimidating you are and how that intensifies up your sex appeal as well. Although most people think you’re far more serious than you actually are, they’re not wrong in thinking that there’s something about you that means business, if not even literally. That’s because there are two aspects of you that are pretty acute now: you know what’s going on, in general, and you expect to get something out of the deal, with whatever’s going down. On the ground, this is you looking like an experienced romancer (even if you’ve only been on three dates in life) and knowing exactly what you’re going to get out of the deal and how you’re going to get it…with interest on top. Yes, you’re that sexy. Werk it!
#MoneyMoves: Last week, Saturn got unstuck in Libra, the career “chair” of your table at the Zodiac Lounge. This week it’s Mars who speeds in, bringing his unique energy here. We could describe him as the Machiavellian courtier—one who can use words as a weapon. This could heighten your ability to use diplomacy to create more harmony and understanding, especially if it’s in your favor. Or you could get caught up in endless debates and discussions that “balance” ideas more than actually settle real issues or decisions. It’s nuance and focus that makes all the difference now on the job.
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