Time to hide/idyll from/in the Sun, stay cool and have fun. There are no mistakes. Peace and love shall conquer all.


d CANCER (6.22-7.22)  Gear up/down for these next two weeks. Whatever (magique?) happened on June 19th relates to the 2nd Cazimi Moon on the Cancer cusp on July 18th/19th. I’ll scope it out for you next week. Meanwhile, let’s follow the Moon… It’s in Aquarius ’til late Friday night, and then in Pisces ’til Moonday (may I suggest the seafood?), when it enters Aries and presents you with something unexpected after sunset. Wear red to get ahead or green to remain serene. Up or down?

e LEO (7.23-8.22)  At last, it would seem that your magnificence be only 2 short weeks away, your majesties, though I be warily afraid that it may prove to be a rocky road to get thee there. Mercury retrogradeth on July 14th, for 3 weekth in your thign. You’re going to have to go deep for this one. The past is not just calling to you, it is/will be YELLING at/to you! More clues next week, when once again we speaketh. ’Til then, I remain your beloved servant/savant of the sooth, and your devoted friend and Merlin.

f VIRGO (8.23-9.22)  Please read Leo for your astro itinerary. With you, your ruling planet (the retrograding Mercury) will transit your 12th House, highlighting your/any EGO problems. Humility will be the key, as always, with thee. This be the truth, from Michael P.

g LIBRA (9.23-10.22)  When down to 2 choices, let one/time show/pick you. Allow place, time and purpose to guide you toward your karmic destination. You’re here/turn to learn orchestration. You must first learn to play by/for yourself, then with one other (your forte?), and finally, with an ensemble. Tahdahhhhaaaa! You got it!

h SCORPIO (10.23-11.22)  Speaking of orchestration, how’s the maestro of mystical prestidigitation? Still on vacation? Not much call for magique when it’s all around us — for those with eyes to see. Load up with/on the world of nature with a healing water background sound. Put your bare booty on the Earth, Cutie, and get brown all around before you find what your dreams are worth. “You’ll never get a chance, or ever wanna dance, if you never hear your song.” Be at one. Your time (to sing) will come…

i SAGITTARIUS (11.23-12.21)  Please read Libra, above — except that for you, composing is your love. Speaking of love, your ruler Jupiter and Libra’s ruler Venus are conjunct in early Gemini for these next 2 weeks. You can expect 2 chances/opportunities to speak to you or from you — or of you or love you? Now, please read Scorpio.

j CAPRICORN (12.22-1.20)  Please read Libra, and gather any/the lessons of music that these next 3 months have to offer you to finish up these last 3 year’s worth of efforts/projects with dignity and class. Music, love, harmony, balance, design and feng shui are all trying to helping us toward relationship by defining who we are by who we’re not; the realm of Libra.

k AQUARIUS (1.21-2.19)  On Moonday it’s your turn to unexpectedly burn/start something new after dark. I see your name in neon flame! Time to frame your game. The name’s the same, but now you’re ready to rock ’n’ roll! How does the MOJO know? How does one expect the unexpected? (…Humbly. And #1: Don’t tell any-/no one.)

l PISCES (2.20-3.20)  Pressure’s off. Mars is finally done with its lengthy opposition since the Full Moon of last November. Remember? Meanwhile, the Moon enters Pisces from around midnight on Friday ’til you wake up in a stupor on Moonday morning. Who can blame you? It’s your weekend — so/to use it before you lose it.

a ARIES (3.21-4.20)  Please read Aquarius. You can bet it’s your turn to burn ’til Wednesday, around sunset.

b TAURUS (4.21-5.20)  Please read Sagittarius, and then the back end of Scorpio, my friend. Kiss my booty, Cutie! You’re a week away… From Miguel Jose. Olé!

c GEMINI (5.21-6.21)  Please read Virgo, and follow suggestions. The confusion will come from a brother and/or sister acting dumb. Don’t let ’em.

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