Francis Bevan has put together his horoscopes for the week 24 – 31 December 2020. This week’s celebrity birthday is Timothée Chalamet.
27 December 1995
The earthy and practical sign of Capricorn and its ruler Saturn will be governing Timothée’s affairs in the months to come. His discipline and instincts will help him achieve great things. With cautious discernment, slowly but surely, he will reach his goals. Saturn bears a solitary influence, and his best work and achievement may be behind closed doors away from the limelight. He mustn’t fear this as he will discover many new things about himself and learn just how strong he really is.
ARIES 21 Mar – 20 Apr
The Full Moon on 30 December indicates issues with a family member is likely and you might feel envious. You could develop an interest in self-improvement; it’s time to learn that language you’ve been thinking about or develop a new skill to boost your chances of promotion at work.
TAURUS 21 Apr – 21 May
The Full Moon on 30 December indicates you may overhear something that could hurt your feelings; some people unfortunately can be rather tactless. You could find other people will be open minded to your point of view, which is especially helpful when dealing with any official matters.
GEMINI 22 May – 21 June
The Full Moon on 30 December unfortunately occurs in the cash area of your life which could either mean a loss of source of income or a treasured possession. This is no time to gamble. The best way to deal with strange situations is to trust your instincts.
CANCER 22 June – 22 July
This is not the best time to travel as delays and confusions are likely. The Full Moon on 30 December indicates that drama is likely at home and you are wise not to overdo the drink intake or to eat too much rich food.
LEO 23 July – 23 Aug
The Full Moon on 30 December indicates that if you become bossy or arrogant, someone will be quick to put you in your place. Let the more compassionate you shine! If financial issues arise with a partner or housemate, it might be best to talk to them sensibly and quietly.
VIRGO 24 Aug – 23 Sept
The Full Moon on 30 December indicates some troubles may develop with your social plans and not to be too trusting with new acquaintances. You might need to stop yourself from developing romantic feelings for someone who is unavailable as it’s far more trouble than it’s worth.
LIBRA 24 Sept – 23 Oct
The Full Moon on 30 December indicates at work you will be expected to be efficient and down to earth. Take care not to trifle with other people’s emotions. All in all, watch your step as it will be difficult to avoid displeasing at least one person this week.
SCORPIO 24 Oct – 22 Nov
The Full Moon on 30 December indicates that emotions are going to be heightened. While you may not care for a colleague’s or relative’s attitude, do your best to avoid misunderstandings. If you need some financial advice, shelf that Scorpio pride and go to the experts.
SAGITTARIUS 23 Nov – 21 Dec
The Full Moon on 30 December indicates if you’ve had to put up with an unsatisfactory situation or undesirable behaviour by someone else for far too long, it’s time for a showdown. You can quite easily get your way with people this week, especially if you use charm and diplomacy.
CAPRICORN 22 Dec – 20 Jan
The Full Moon on 30 December indicates that you will need to be prepared for loved ones to be impulsive, rash and even a little stressed out or bad tempered. Unless you are in the mood to deal with this kind of behaviour, you’re best to find company elsewhere.
AQUARIUS 21 Jan – 19 Feb
The Full Moon on 30 December indicates that people at work may be uncooperative and even evasive, so the best thing to do is to keep to yourself until this mood passes. You need to fight for a sense of proportion and perhaps not take life so seriously.
PISCES 20 Feb – 20 Mar
The Full Moon on 30 December indicates issues on the romantic front. You need to know when to switch off from your ambitions and to focus on your loved ones who have been waiting for you to come home. If you have faith in yourself, this will rub off on others.
WITH FRANCIS BEVAN, francisbevan.com