Your Daily Horoscope, from Jonathan Cainer with Oscar Cainer
Your Daily Horoscope, from Jonathan Cainer with Oscar Cainer

Aries, Saturday, 9 November 2019

Your Week Ahead: Have you ever been on one of those simulated rides where you enter an enclosed space and watch a film, while the box you're in is shaken around? It can make you feel as if you're in a spaceship, careering through the galaxy, narrowly avoiding meteorites and other space vehicles. Nerve-janglingly effective though it is, it is of course, an illusion; you're not really moving anywhere. As Mercury transits the Sun this week, it enables you to interpret confusing signals. Nothing is as dramatic as it seems.

Your Week Ahead - Love Focus: We all love a good mystery. What happened to the crew of the Mary Celeste? Is there a cover up about UFOs visiting Earth? Why was Stonehenge built? Of course, if we were ever given definitive answers to these questions, it would make the world just that little bit less colourful! As Mercury transits the Sun this week, it highlights the mysterious elements which are developing in your love life. But what's the point of rushing to find a solution when you can enjoy investigating the clues!

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