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    • Aries Horoscope for Thursday, January 24, 2019

      This time, someone demands (and deserves) more than their usual share of attention. Indeed, you question the logic behind actions that seem counterproductive to your long-term goal. But maybe that`s oversimplifying an intricate strategy. What you`re really doing is cultivating alliances with those who might otherwise present difficulties later on. Those who prefer written contracts may have to settle for handshakes at this time. You`re dealing with people whose word is their bond, and putting it on paper might be seen as an insult to their good faith.

      Taurus Horoscope for Thursday, January 24, 2019

      You experience the proverbial bolt of lightning and get inspired. A truly strange plan is taking shape, and this is the most excited you`ve been for ages. You even see today`s actions turning into the most successful thing you ever did. Your genius is evident from a distance, and therefore highly attractive. Accept offers of help from other people. As fascinated as they seem, you know that they`re not just doing this out of the goodness of their hearts. Negotiate a profit sharing agreement so that, once there are actual profits, everyone gets their fair slice of the pie.

      Gemini Horoscope for Thursday, January 24, 2019

      Restless people make you nervous. You wish they`d sit still or go away. Maybe you`re trying to get a little peace in an environment that was supposed to be restful. Maybe you`re doing a project that requires your full concentration. Too much attention isn`t what the doctor ordered. The more nervous you are in public, the more likely you are to make a public blunder. In a perfect world, you`d spend today working quietly so that you can dazzle everyone with your brilliance tomorrow. Whatever you pull out of your hat will demonstrate that all synapses are firing.

      Cancer Horoscope for Thursday, January 24, 2019

      You`re in the realm of the senses, or maybe the borderless territory of intuition. It`s a good day for feelings but not such a good day for focus. As far as you can tell, no one else was here before you. Your expedition should include a cartographer, because it would be a big mistake to try drawing these maps on your own. If it`s a question of finding your way back home, though, you could do it with your eyes shut. You`ll always know where your roots are, no matter how far you travel from them.

      Leo Horoscope for Thursday, January 24, 2019

      Conditions have changed since the last time you checked in. You think you know it all, when in fact you might know only half of it. Open your mind to learning more. The more data you have, the easier it will be to make informed decisions, especially in matters that concern your family or neighbors. Even if you`re not officially working today, part of you is still on the job. Use the reflexes that are so integral to your training. Remember that all of the research in the world is useless without the instincts to interpret it.

      Virgo Horoscope for Thursday, January 24, 2019

      As much as you love someone, it can be impossible to understand them all the time. Partners cross swords when their agendas conflict. Maybe you talked about this, but it still doesn`t make things any easier. Unrelated sets of details blend into an overall picture that defies logic. You thought the Universe had agreed to behave itself. Looking on the bright side, you see that something great may come of it. You also know that work is required to make it happen. Get busy.

      Libra Horoscope for Thursday, January 24, 2019

      Usually you`re fond of novelty and adventure, but this is something different. The new or the unexpected is disrupting your daily routine on a fundamental level. You`re thinking less about the experience and more about how you`ll put all the pieces back together once it`s over. There could be a buildup instead of a general scattering. Additions to your workload seem overwhelming. The way to make the best of this situation might be to step outside it. Try going for a walk or visiting the gym. When was the last time you had a healthy meal, anyway?

      Scorpio Horoscope for Thursday, January 24, 2019

      You`re mighty and magical. You have the urge to grant other people`s unasked wishes, and the power to make your own half-remembered dreams come true. Friends and strangers can feel you coming from a mile away. The welcome mat is out. Even when you say nothing, your mere presence will infuse any gathering with visceral excitement. If you could bottle and sell your creative energy, you`d never have to work again. At this point, though, your work and your play are almost the same thing. Few others can achieve this healthy mix of joy and purpose.

      Sagittarius Horoscope for Thursday, January 24, 2019

      Sometimes you`re a creature of action, but now you`re a body at rest. You feel as if you recently on the outgoing tide. Maybe you began this voyage long ago. Perhaps what you`re feeling is nostalgia. You`re seeing the deeper meaning in many things. Everything that happens is somehow a metaphor for something else. But, just like a dream, the significance will set the turning world in motion. The sensation is pleasant. Your dreams are ready to sail fade. You`ll awake refreshed and inspired, but unsure of where you`ve been.

      Capricorn Horoscope for Thursday, January 24, 2019

      You respect all creatures. You help when you can. Because of your compassion and activism, you are able to do your job without going against your principles or work ethic. You don`t have to be in sales or human resources to know that people skills are crucial to the smooth operation of your world. Of course, it`s not all business with you, especially on your days off. Eclectic knowledge or proficiency in an art form comes in handy. You can use these things to improve the quality of your life, beautify your surroundings and make others smile with the sheer pleasure of knowing you.

      Aquarius Horoscope for Thursday, January 24, 2019

      Popular wisdom and literature cautions you against being selfish, but every so often you need to put yourself first. Take a day that`s yours alone, and those who truly know you will be more than understanding. Less enlightened individuals may wonder why you`re suddenly at the head of the line. Meanwhile, there`s still the question of your special day. Get a nice lunch if you can afford it, or consider a more ascetic outlet.

      Pisces Horoscope for Thursday, January 24, 2019

      Are you a creative consultant by trade? If not, consider adding this skill to your portfolio, because you do it so well. Your good ideas are a natural fit with someone else`s objective and budget. If you sit down and help this person develop a concept, you`ll both have a winning idea on your hands. Apply yourself wherever you think your energy is needed, even if you have to define the need. Stir up trouble or excitement. You can get away with anything as long as you can explain it. Celebrate the glorious chaos of your genius.

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by Wochit 31 December 1969

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by Wochit 31 December 1969

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by Editor 31 December 1969

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by Editor 31 December 1969

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by Editor 31 December 1969

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by Editor 31 December 1969

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by Editor 31 December 1969

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by Editor 31 December 1969

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by Editor 31 December 1969

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by Editor 31 December 1969

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by Editor 31 December 1969

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by Editor 31 December 1969

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by Editor 31 December 1969

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by Editor 31 December 1969

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by Editor 31 December 1969

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by Editor 31 December 1969

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by Editor 31 December 1969

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by Editor 31 December 1969

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by Editor 31 December 1969

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by Editor 31 December 1969

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by Editor 31 December 1969

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by Editor 31 December 1969

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by Editor 31 December 1969

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by Editor 31 December 1969

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by Editor 31 December 1969

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by Editor 31 December 1969

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This Weekend Was Full Of Solar Flares And Buzzing Asteroids

by Editor 31 December 1969

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by Editor 31 December 1969

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by Editor 31 December 1969

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NASA Scientists Investigate Pluto's Hazy Atmosphere

by Editor 31 December 1969

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by Editor 31 December 1969

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by Editor 31 December 1969

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by Editor 31 December 1969

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by Editor 31 December 1969

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by Editor 31 December 1969

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by Editor 31 December 1969

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by wochit 31 December 1969

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by wochit 31 December 1969

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by wochit 31 December 1969

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by wochit 31 December 1969

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by wochit 31 December 1969

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by wochit 31 December 1969

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by wochit 31 December 1969

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by wochit 31 December 1969

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by wochit 31 December 1969

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by Editor 31 December 1969

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by wochit 31 December 1969

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by wochit 31 December 1969

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by wochit 31 December 1969

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by wochit 31 December 1969

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by wochit 31 December 1969

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by wochit 31 December 1969

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by wochit 31 December 1969

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by wochit 31 December 1969

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by wochit 31 December 1969

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by wochit 31 December 1969

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by wochit 31 December 1969

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by wochit 31 December 1969

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