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Today's Horoscope

The state of the skies on this day (day 39 of year 2988), as the sun wanes, is as follows:

Asoer, Lord of Heaven, resides in the House of the Fish Trap, so the realm of Entanglements is in ascendence. Now is the time to attempt tasks that involve working alone. Be certain to pay attention to opportunities to set aside current obligations, for these are an advantageous influence while the Fish Trap rules the skies.

Nadal, the mother moon, waning crescent, resides in the House of the Fisherman. Tasks that require a risk, or gamble, will have hidden difficulties and should be approached with caution, and experiences that decrease your physical wealth but offer other benefits in exchange, may not be as fortuitous as they seem.

Munva, the moon bride, waxing gibbous, resides in the House of the Bull. The realm of Wealth rules your love and family life right now. Keep your heart open to the positive influence of opportunities to add to your material worth on your relationships, but don't trust in them absolutely.

Bildhomor, the moon child, in full glory, resides in the House of the Elephant. Seek out activities involving being active, or taking initiative for today and you are sure to find one that will delight, amuse or fascinate.

The sun child Ikhsior resides in the House of the Fisherman. This means the realm of Poverty currently dominates your life's direction. Watch for the influences of experiences that decrease your physical wealth but offer other benefits in exchange, these may be particularly beneficial to your future while Ikhsior resides in the house of the Fisherman.


 
Quote from Scent of Spring
 
'A widow with money is always more beautiful than a wife with the same face.'
 
-- Prince Harchung
 
 
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