Horoscope Guide April 2019
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The Pluto Generations
How this powerful planet both blinds us and binds us
The Stars of the Family of Fashion
The House of Versace from tragedy to triumph
Anyone past the age of 30, to take a nice round figure, probably understands that there are distinct differences between them and those who are younger or older in the way they see the world. There are many explanations for this, but astrologers say that a key reason for this difference is the location of the slow-moving yet powerful planet Pluto. Our lead article on page 32 explores this idea and gives readers a means to test this idea out for themselves.
Our second feature article, “The Stars of the Family of Fashion,” offers an intriguing view of the relationship between the fortunes and misfortunes of the Versace family and an obscure little asteroid named Medusa. Some astrologers swear by the 10,000 or so known asteroids as a key tool in astrology while others, at best, use only the four largest (Ceres, Pallas, Juno, and Vesta), and still others don’t use them at all. The questions raised in the fascinating story of the Versaces will interest all sides of this discussion.
Other bright spots in this issue: Jackie Slevin’s “Love, Money, Health Forecast,” Pat Strickland’s “Starscope,” Tim Lyon’s “Astrology for the New Age,” and “Your Action Guide.”
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