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    Astrology During Taurus

    The Sun enters the sign of Taurus on April 19th at 8:14 p.m., Mountain Time. Taurus is an earth sign and is associated with the loving planet, Venus. Taurus is the banker of the Zodiac and somehow always attracts luxury. I call it the sign of creature comforts. My sister is a Taurus and has the best clothes, and guess what . . . she gets them mostly as a deal. Yes, she goes to the most expensive shops and gets amazing finds on the sale rack!  She’s a good Taurus!

    We are fully in spring and Taurus brings a sensuality to the season. Spring fever is in total control now. Make sure you take some time to go out in nature to enjoy this precious time of the year. At least here in Tucson, this is the time for hikes before it gets real hot, which will happen soon.

    There are no Eclipses this month and Mercury has just turned direct after it’s rough retrograde in feisty Aries. I noticed many people feeling frustrated or aggitated, over not much reason. Aries will do that.

    The big thing happening this month is that the very slow-moving planet, Uranus, is entering a new sign. The ingress, or change to a new sign, occurs on May 15th. Uranus has an orbit of 84 years so it is therefore in a sign for approximately 9 years. So Uranus will be in Taurus from May 2018 until April 2026, when he enters Gemini. Uranus is officially a slow guy, but don’t let his speed fool you . . . he carries quite a punch. Uranus is associated with the sign of Aquarius and I’ve named this planet, the Rebel. Uranus promotes sudden change. This time, Uranus is entering the earth sign of Taurus, which will shake things up a bit. This is such an important phase that I’m writing an entire article about it for this newsletter.

    We have a couple of other ingresses this month. Creative Venus will be entering the sign of Gemini on April 24th until May 20th. If you have some art projects, especially with some writing involved . . . now is your time. Maybe organize your office and files. Taking a short trip to a spa to get some pampering. Connect with loved ones that you haven’t talked to for a while. Be kind to yourself. Let your creativity flow!

    About the visible planets, we’re in for a treat this month. In the predawn sky now, you can see Jupiter, Saturn, Mars and dim Mercury. Mars and Saturn are very closes to each other now. They are all along the Ecliptic, or the Great Highway in the sky for the planets. Once you find that arch, you can’t miss them. After sunset, Venus is the “Evening Star” now. You can see her shining brightly in the western sky.

    Have a fun spring and I’ll see you in Gemini!

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