Jonathan Cainer Zodiac Forecasts

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December 25th to 29th

Same thought for the day as Friday 22nd, due to Christmas

These forecasts cover the whole period between now and Christmas. They take into account, the rare, potent eclipse of the Sun on Christmas Day - plus the fact that for many people, this is not so much a time of celebration as a time of potential tension. Hopefully, the re-assurance below is all you need but if you're having a particularly tough time of it, you can call the number below your sign for a further explanation of what's going on and why, ultimately, it's so positive. I'm off now, to start preparing a nut roast for my vegetarian Christmas dinner. I wish you a wonderful time... and I'll see you next on Boxing Day.

Joyous Noel?

For some, the festive season is a time of celebration and relaxation. For others, a time of tension. Because so many special social and domestic factors are having an impact on us all, it would be silly to assume that "all Geminis are having fun". Given the current cosmic climate, some may well be. Others though, may find that the outlook is not strong enough to protect them from season related stress. The same applies to every sign. I have therefore, slightly "skewed" today's forecasts. They are especially dedicated to those for whom the outlook does not seem fully joyous. Take the advice below, only if you feel you need to.

Cheering up

Today's forecasts are not necessarily for everyone. If, regardless of what sign you belong to, you are currently having a great time, you should expect this happy experience to continue. Ignore, please, any part of your forecast today that seems to be talking about tackling trouble. If you are not feeling so happy right now though, you may well be in deep need of today's astrological advice. So read it - and cheer up! The sky has plenty of encouragement to offer us all in the period between now and New Year.

Waste at Christmas

Outside my home, there is now a worryingly large pile of rubbish. It wasn't there on Christmas Eve - and I expect the nice collection people will take it away in a few days time. Right now though, it is making me stop and think. Christmas is heavy on environment, heavy on the pocket and heavy too, on many people's hearts. I'm not for a moment, suggesting that we ought to do away with it... but I do find it amazing that there's so much unrelenting social pressure on us all to take it all so terribly seriously every year. If you feel the same way, drop me a line.

Robbie Burns

Sunday night is New Year's Eve. Traditionally, this is when people join hands to sing a song; the words to which they do not know. Robbie Burns, author of Auld Lang Syne, would have found this most amusing. A typically good humoured Aquarian, he relished life's ironies. He also loved to dedicate his songs and poems; he wrote one to a Haggis, one to a mouse and he even wrote the following ode to a louse. "O wad some pow'r the giftie gie us, To see oursels as others see us! It wad frae mony a blunder free us, And foolish notion."


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