Francis Bevan has put together his horoscopes for the week 28 January – 3 February 2021. This week’s celebrity birthday is Isla Fisher.
3 February 1976
The year ahead is a time for Isla for being more self-sufficient and ready to grasp the nettle. All opportunities should be snapped up, after careful consideration. This is an excellent time for laying down the foundation for future success in all areas of her life. The Sun and the star sign of Leo will be guiding lights this year and she will find many new faces, opportunities and experiences coming her way! It’s an ideal time for forming new bonds both in business and personal relationships. Those in high places and with strong personalities will feature.
ARIES 21 Mar – 20 Apr
The Howling Wolf Full Moon on the 28th indicates that a child or younger person may be a source of concern; they may be lacking in confidence and in need of support and guidance. It is the ideal time to set boundaries and to have your voice heard.
TAURUS 21 Apr – 21 May
The Howling Wolf Full Moon on the 28th indicates that you need to be careful of allowing small irritants on the home and family front to turn into major dramas. It is time to take control over your own reality, to let people know where you stand in a confident way.
GEMINI 22 May – 21 June
The Howling Wolf Full Moon on the 28th warns you of a problem with your car so be extra careful when driving to minimise the potential of a minor bingle. Those that know who they are from the outside in are spiritual warriors and have no need for aggression.
CANCER 22 June – 22 July
The Howling Wolf Full Moon on the 28th places the spotlight on your finances and it looks as though you need to cut back on your expenses. It is an ideal time for letting your loved ones know what they need to feel safe and secure.
LEO 23 July – 23 Aug
This is a good time for thrashing out differences of opinion with those who mean a lot to you. The Howling Wolf Full Moon on the 28th falls directly in your sign, potentially making you feel a little inadequate; it looks as though you need some rest and recuperation.
VIRGO 24 Aug – 23 Sept
The Howling Wolf Full Moon on the 28th indicates you could be feeling rather tired and insecure. Be careful, though, of plotting revenge against those you feel have let you down as you may have your facts wrong. Try not to be too critical with friends and loved ones.
LIBRA 24 Sept – 23 Oct
The Howling Wolf Full Moon on the 28th indicates that what seems to be a harmless remark may not be so innocent after all. Also be distrustful of rumours which are making the rounds. Control your sharp tongue and don’t hurt other people’s feelings.
SCORPIO 24 Oct – 22 Nov
The Howling Wolf Full Moon on the 28th is a potential stress indicator on the career front. You need to be careful of taking on more than you can chew, otherwise you will wind up with a mountain of unfinished duties. Encouraging others will bring you greater inner satisfaction.
SAGITTARIUS 23 Nov – 21 Dec
The Howling Wolf Full Moon on the 28th indicates that you need to be careful of being pompous and over-confident; tone yourself down and remember that other people have opinions too. Be sure to balance work, rest and play, otherwise an imbalance could hurt your health.
CAPRICORN 22 Dec – 20 Jan
On the career front, try to put recent changes and new opportunities into perspective. The Howling Wolf Full Moon on the 28th warns you to be careful of taking risks financially otherwise the loss of a source of income or treasured possession is likely.
AQUARIUS 21 Jan – 19 Feb
The Howling Wolf Full Moon on the 28th shines the spotlight on your partnerships and relationships, and you will need to be careful not to not to upset someone you value. Control a tendency to overspend, mainly because you’re in a generous mood, as finances will need careful handling.
PISCES 20 Feb – 20 Mar
The Howling Wolf Full Moon on the 28th warns you that you will need to put aside insecurities at work as it is teamwork that will get the job done. The influence of Saturn can make you prone to expecting more from others than they can give.
WITH FRANCIS BEVAN, francisbevan.com