Francis Bevan has put together his horoscopes for the week 29 October – 4 November 2020. This week’s celebrity birthday is Aishwarya Rai Bachchan.
Aishwarya Rai Bachchan
1 November 1973
The year ahead is a time of increased success, for making important moves and changes; a time when Aishwarya will gain more power; a time to think big and occupy the limelight. A lot of major events will be happening with Aishwarya’s family as her individual year is intricately connected with birth, divorce and marriage. She will be associating with a lot of people who are more experienced in life, older than her or people of power or authority, influence, or wealth.
ARIES 21 Mar – 20 Apr
You could make new discoveries, experience flashes of insight, or meet exciting new people who challenge your way of thinking. The Full Moon on 31 October warns you that your finances need careful consideration and you should keep a close eye on them for the time being.
TAURUS 21 Apr – 21 May
Being a fixed sign you like to be in control and the one calling the shots, but right at the moment that is just not possible. The Full Moon on 31 October warns you to be careful of losing your temper in the wrong place at the wrong time.
GEMINI 22 May – 21 June
If things go haywire at work this week, keep reminding yourself that it’s for a limited time only (Mercury retrograde ends 4 November). The Full Moon on 31 October indicates you need to avoid anyone who is likely to trample over your feelings as you are susceptible to being hurt.
CANCER 22 June – 22 July
Don’t hesitate to lay your cards on the table with family and be clear about where the boundaries lie, or you’ll only have yourself to blame if a touchy situation deteriorates. The Full Moon on 31 October warns you to be careful of taking friends for granted.
LEO 23 July – 23 Aug
Even if you aren’t going away anywhere you can expect a busy time and there won’t be a lot of time to rest, so pace yourself. The Full Moon on 31 October warns you to be careful of stepping on the toes of superiors and influential colleagues.
VIRGO 24 Aug – 23 Sept
If you are doing battle with someone over finances, keep everything above board and you will come out the winner. The Full Moon on 31 October warns that misunderstandings threaten to undermine how secure you are feeling, but these can be avoided if you take the time to explain yourself.
LIBRA 24 Sept – 23 Oct
Plans may need changing or your travels interrupted; be certain to double-check your booking or get your car serviced beforehand. The Full Moon on 31 Octobermakes you very single minded now and unless you are careful you could run the risk of putting a few people’s backs up.
SCORPIO 24 Oct – 22 Nov
Murphy’s Law is in operation while Mercury is retrograde in Scorpio (14 October – 4 November) and it feels like anything that can go wrong pretty well does. The Full Moon on 31 October urges you to keep your boundaries in place when it comes to dealing with certain people.
SAGITTARIUS 23 Nov – 21 Dec
You could be slightly edgy from time to time and if you don’t want to come over like a raging bull, you need to calm down. The Full Moon on 31 October is the ideal time to leap to deal with any bothering health issues.
CAPRICORN 22 Dec – 20 Jan
When socialising this week, it is important to take extra care to listen. Also, learn to think before speaking. Don’t underestimate yourself as you are more talented than you give yourself credit for. The Full Moon on 31 October is warning you to be careful of overindulgence.
AQUARIUS 21 Jan – 19 Feb
A low concentration span and a tendency to be easily distracted only leads to complications. Free your mind of responsibility and go with the flow. The Full Moon on 31 October indicates a family member could be rather stubborn and you will need patience and tolerance in dealing with them.
PISCES 20 Feb – 20 Mar
Mercury retrograde is not a good time for making plans, negotiating business deals or attending to any mental tasks which require patience and self-discipline. The Full Moon on 31 October warns you to avoid becoming involved with disputes through impatience. Instead, try to look for a suitable compromise.
WITH FRANCIS BEVAN, francisbevan.com