November 23, 2017: The day indicates that you'll be busy with errands, communications and affairs at a distance. A neighbor may contact you now about a matter of mutual interest. Connect with a favorite relative and notice their reactions to you. Feelings could become raw and rough as mood swings occur. Heads up!
(Ratings,1-5)> Love/Fun = 4 Career/Money = 2 Luck/Health = 4.
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November 22, 2017: Issues relating to family matters and the use of joint assets go well. You may also find time to devote to a work-related project. Get chores out of the way ASAP; fun time arrives soon after. Guard your privacy on this very intrusive day.
(Ratings,1-5)> Love/Fun = 4 Career/Money = 2 Luck/Health = 2.
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22 - June 21
Ruling Planet: Mercury
Personality Traits: Intellectual, Adaptable,
Versatile, Witty, Lively
General Compatibility: Gemini, Aries,
Leo, Sagittarius, Libra, Aquarius
Gemstones: Alexandrite, Agate, Sapphire,
Foods: Eggs, Pineapple, Lemons, Broccoli,
Challenged to be: Dependable, honest,
focused, determined and mature
Spiritual Path: To fully connect to life
with clarity, emotions and faith
who shares your birth sign:
George Bush, Clint Eastwood, Douglas Fairbanks, Errol
Flynn, Judy Garland, John F. Kennedy, Dean Martin
and Paul McCartney