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So close to your goals but still unsure how the details will unfold is the feeling of June; mid-July makes everything so much clearer. Now the odd restraints and uncertainties start to fade away as six months of retrograde cycles end Jul 1. With Love planet Venus in Gemini, only the turbulence of Jul 8–9 and the power plays of Jul 22 & 25 could spoil an otherwise dynamic and satisfying month. More fun and recreation is likely throughout August; an “aha” moment on Aug 9 can stimulate an important collaboration.

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