On June 24, 2020

Don’t delay!

By Cassandra Tyndall

Days on the other side of the solstice often feel different, the skies are very quiet this week. That said, you might notice a shift in the quality of relationships as cosmic lovers, Venus and Mars change expression. Firstly, Venus ends her 44-day reversal through the sign of Gemini, an event that happens just once every eight years.
New insights and revelations are possible around a situation that has prompted revaluation since early April. Relationships may take on a new flavor as Venus, in her morning star phase, is more independent and knows what she wants, especially in terms of friendship and connection.
Action planet Mars moves into his home sign of Aries on the 27th, a visit that will take until the first week of 2021 to complete. The road ahead for now, is fast, smooth and swift. If you’ve been avoiding getting something done, then you may have the energy and mojo to push ahead. If you can make haste, then do so, because the roads ahead are paved with potholes, blockages and detours.

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