The Moon comes in and out of Libra once a month. The Sun visits once a year. Mercury and Venus are also annual guests and Mars turns up for a couple of months, once every couple of years. The key to the decade is not their precise schedule but the movements of the slower moving planets. Jupiter will be in Libra from September 2016 till October 2017. Saturn has recently entered your sign and will remain (apart from a brief break between this April and July) till October 2012. Other than that, we're a bit short of big boosts. If, indeed, we can consider the presence of Saturn in Libra to be a boost. It's certainly a benefit. It will help you sort out a mess. It may also, though, render you settled and stable, just in time to withstand a cosmic challenge. Between 2010 and 2019, there'll be 'Uranian activity' in your opposite sign. Someone or something will prove a disruptive influence, obliging you to rethink plans and promises. The good news, though, is that in the process of turning your life upside down, this force will free you from a fear you have been unnecessarily impeded by for years. And it will bring out an inventive, resourceful side of your nature that eventually proves profitable in almost every walk of life.
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