Quincunx Quiz Show
CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan. 19). Who believes in you? It should be you in the top position of that list. If not, that's OK, but you'll need to go to the you-believer who has the most points and learn a thing or two about yourself.
AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb. 18). Here's something to consider now, before the visiting guest starts asking about how many days to stay: houseguests and fish, after three days... pee-yew!
PISCES (Feb. 19-March 20). You have no idea how you're coming across, nor should you give much thought to this. What if you're irresistible because you haven't a clue how irresistible you are?
TODAY'S BIRTHDAY (Sept. 11). Balance requires imbalance in order to find itself. You will feel compelled to focus intently on one area through the next 10 weeks. Things will get back in balance once this mission is complete. Bonus: You'll be richer! In 2020, you'll meet new people and know a wonderful match immediately. Cancer and Sagittarius adore you. Your lucky numbers are: 6, 20, 4, 44 and 32.
ASTROLOGICAL QUESTION: "How long is the Uranus retrograde going to last?"
This time last month, Uranus went retrograde on the same day Jupiter went direct. Uranus will continue the backward trend until mid-January 2020.
The passages of Uranus are associated with the kinds of mighty surprises that action movies rely on -- volcanoes erupting, bridges breaking, oceans rising. But even Uranus recognizes that while such occurrences are part of natural life, they don't happen very often. It is our fear of such uncontrollable chaos that causes us to stuff as many catastrophic images as possible into the span of a 90-minute film and call it entertainment. The current Uranus retrograde will remind us that, as Franklin D. Roosevelt famously said, "We have nothing to fear but fear itself."
Fun fact, "Uranus" was not the original name for the 7th planet from the sun. Sir William Herschel, the astronomer and musician who first discovered the planet in 1781, wisely decided to name the planet after King George III of England. (How better to honor the leader of your government and fund your scientific research as well?) So, the first name was Georgium Sidus, which translates to "George's Star." The name didn't stick. The true nature of the planet won out in the end and it was named for the powerful and tyrannical Greek god of the Heavens.
CELEBRITY PROFILES: When he's not touring the world with brass band, Grammy and Emmy award winner Harry Connick Jr. graces the silver screen in projects like the upcoming thriller "I Saw a Man with Yellow Eyes." Connick Jr. was born when Venus and Jupiter were both in Leo, the sign of the entertainer. Natal moon and Mars in Sagittarius indicate a love of travel and global appeal.
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