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Scopes for the week of Moon Day, April 22 to Moon Day, April 29, 2013

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If you know your astrology and are aware of your Sun Sign, your Moon Sign and your Rising Sign, also called the Ascendant, please read the Scopes for the Signs of all three; The Moon being especially important for those born in the evening or at night, likewise the Sun for those of you born at dawn or during the day.
March 21-23 to April 20-23
You'll be finding a struggle between your fiery sense of spontaneous communication and a personal feeling that you're to take things slow and steady. Patience is the key. Mars has moved into Taurus; Don't charge ahead.

April 21-23 to May 20-23
Now is a good time for adding to or expanding your home, or for investing in enterprises which take place within the home. Even decorative improvements are worthy contemplations during this time of slowing down.

May 21-23 to June 20-23
Projects and places you have invested your time will begin to show some major pay-off this week and a sense of ease may develop for most of you. Spontaneous communications lead to breakthroughs soon enough.

June 21-23 to July 20-23
This week will see a winding down of the willingness to speak before you think. The lunar eclipse on Thursday will trace an outline for you in your mind of all of those things that need correcting. Eliminate that which is unnecessary.

July 21-23 to Aug. 20-23
This is not a time for the jovial expansion of ventures and such, but a time for slowing down and purging. The tiny monsters will come to your attention, to be dealt with. Intuition is on the side of your now regulated firey temperament.

Aug. 21-24 to Sept. 21-23
Communications with others will be level-headed, words naturally well placed and likeliness has it that they will produce effective personal expansion! The self will be in a state of growth, and you, more than other signs, will feel this. Use this awareness to your advantage.

Sept. 21-23 to Oct. 21-23
It may take some effort, but tuning into the abundant peace available "in the air" will surely be to your benefit. This is a time of deep introspection. Create a beautiful environment that helps you to dig deeply and plant new seeds. Take solitary time.

Oct. 21-23 to Nov. 21-23
Mars, your ruler, is in the opposite sign of Taurus right now and the lunar eclipse will be in Scorpio. You feel yourself mellowing. This week is all about noticing the difference between your nature and what you keep around you. It's a time of personal transformation, perhaps even of your environments.

Nov. 20-23 to Dec. 20-23
Things are coming to feel a little more regular, and as if they're slowly, but certainly moving forward once more. Don't expect things to move faster than they need to.

Dec. 20-23 to Jan. 18-21
Still a little tenseness in your general vicinity, you will see your resources increase in the next week. It may not be as much as you like, but financial improvement is likely for many of you.

Jan. 18-21 to Feb. 18-21
You've been feeling more firey than your nature is accustomed to, if it were my guess. There's an air of impatience and delay. Embrace your tolerance each and every day, as we cannot force the hands on the clock.

Feb. 18-21 to March 18-21
Your a little sharper than usual, able to get into the cracks not normally accessible through our regular Piscean lens. A peaceful sense of stability can come from rearranging, and simplifying our physical lives.

For questions about how to determine your Sun, Moon or Rising sign, Tarot readings or for private private consultations, questions or comments on accuracy, e-mail me, Iris E.: This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it
— By Becky Johnston (Iris E) , Special To L.A. Beat

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