August 31, 2020: A terrific day for career interests. Apply for a job, ask for a raise, etc. Your love life is happily moving along too. Abandon the 'tried-and-true' old methods and ways that just aren't producing any more. Diplomacy will get you just about anywhere, just remember the pace is usually slow!
(Ratings,1-5)> Love/Fun = 3 Career/Money = 4 Luck/Health = 4.
"He has all the virtues I dislike and none of the vices I admire."-Churchill
How happy do you want to become...
I believe that your only fated destiny is to make the most of your life. My counsel is not some pie-in-the-sky,
visionary abstraction or fatalistic predictions. I help my clients create wonderful, productive lives and I offer you that
same help and advice.
To ask me directly how I can help you enjoy more love, romance and magic in your relationships, and prosperity in your business
dealings, simply call me at 213-277-5885 for a free pre-consultation discussion without obligation.
August 30, 2020: Join a group educational activity. In business, this day brings some opportunity and success. Enjoy what comes. Past problems and future hopes clash rather harshly--you survive. Given recent events you have the right touch to deal with reluctant partners.
(Ratings,1-5)> Love/Fun = 3 Career/Money = 4 Luck/Health = 2.
"There's many a bestseller that could have been prevented by a good teacher."-Flannery O'Connor
Sagittarius THE ARCHER
|November 23 - December 21
Ruling Planet: Jupiter
Personality Traits: Jovial, Optimistic, Frank, Scrupulous, Sense of Humor
General Compatibility: Sagittarius, Aries, Leo, Gemini, Libra, Aquarius
Color: Deep Blue, Purple
Gemstones: Turquoise, Amethyst, Azurite, Purple Fluorite
Foods: Lamb, Veal, Asparagus, Cucumber, Soybeans
Challenged to be: Moderate, helpful, genteel, reluctant, tiny and frugal
Spiritual Path: To voluntarily join in service for modest worldly goals
Look who shares your birth sign:
Woody Allen, Walt Disney, Phil Donahue, Kirk Douglas, George Eliot, Douglas Fairbanks, Jr., Jane Fonda, Jimi Hendrix,
Mark Twain, Dick Van Dyke, Eli Whitney, and Flip Wilson.