Oscar and Jonathan Cainer Zodiac Forecasts



May 29 2023 to June 4 2023

Monday May 29

Abraham Lincoln

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'You can fool some of the people all of the time, and all of the people some of the time, but you can't fool all of the people all of the time'. The words of Abraham Lincoln are worth bearing in mind today when, following its links with Neptune, Mercury leaves the shadow of its retrogradation. It's as if the wool is being pulled from our eyes and we're able to work out how to see through the self-illusions and delusions that have been holding us back. It's an opportunity to carve clear paths forward.

Tuesday May 30

Saturn Dreaming

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Following the weekend's links between Saturn, the great cosmic teacher, with both Venus and the Sun, it's time to get serious about finding ways to tap into our creativity. We tend to think of seriousness as being boring. But when we diligently harness our artistic talents with the intention of bringing innovative change, we find enthusiasm for difficult or demanding work. As the Sun prepares to align with dreamy Neptune, practical uses for imaginative ideas will be hard to overlook.

Wednesday May 31


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We've been talking about seeing through illusions and recognising reality. As the planet of creativity, Venus, approaches a liaison with mysterious Neptune, it brings a reminder of the comfort fantasies can provide. And, as Mercury prepares to meet Uranus, genuine eureka moments are possible. Active imaginations are valuable assets; especially when they're focused on practical ways of helping other people. If we focus on making pragmatic changes in the here and now, we can create a rosier future.

Thursday June 1

The Full Moon Theory

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What's the difference between a theorem and a theory? Well... the former is an idea that's been proven with mathematics, and the latter is an understanding consistent with known information, which is open to revision if new evidence arises. The approaching Full Moon encourages us to investigate life's theories with curious minds and open hearts. With tweaks to our mindsets, we can make simple changes that have a significant impact on our world. The freer our minds, the wiser our choices.

Friday June 2

Positive Headlines

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The world has changed since Elizabeth II was crowned 70 years ago today. Yet, whether it's the court cases, the autobiographies or Charles III's coronation, the royals still dominate the news. The weekend's Full Moon offers opportunities to move on from unresolved dramas, and to explore new stories. Our familiar thought patterns and routines might be comforting, but they can keep us comfortably preoccupied and frustratingly unfulfilled. It's time to stop criticising others and make our own, positive headlines.

Saturday June 3

Your Weekly Horoscope

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Some people love drama. But while intriguing plot lines are entertaining on the TV, they're far less enjoyable when they occur in real life - especially when it comes to our personal relationships. In the legacy of this week's Full Moon, the arrival of Venus in Leo (linked with mysterious Pluto) calls us to question everyday narratives. Yet, as long as we tread softly, we can avoid turning molehills into mountains. The more optimistic we feel about our individual storylines, the more we'll enjoy the twists and turns ahead.

Sunday June 4

Your Week Ahead Love Horoscope

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Remember, your Love Forecast today does not just cover romance. A love forecast may also have something to say about your family life, your closest friendships and even some of your most important working relationships.

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