Aquarius weekly horoscope: What your star sign has in store for April 10 – 16
10th April 2022

AQUARIUS

JAN 21 – FEB 18

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Legacies can link you to a couple, that maybe share your name – Mercury’s research skills are so strong in you this week to find out more. 

Mars, meanwhile, ends a time of tolerating bad or thoughtless behaviour – as you set out your own series of love rules.  A strong travel moon awakens dreams of a unique destination that reveals your love destiny.

DESTINY DAYS: You are the one to watch in cash terms on Monday – don’t doubt your money skills.  Switch off past family regrets on Wednesday.  Delay a big decision on Saturday until you are 100% sure.

LUCKY LINKS: A sport played with racquets.  The friend who always wears very colourful shoes. A TV show with a medical theme.

JUPITER-NEPTUNE DREAMS: After a long time of feeling forced to
compromise, or always meet other people more than half way, as Neptune and Jupiter link up in your chart, you can stand up for your own deepest value system. 

Even if voices around you don’t seem to agree. When you follow your own sense of what’s right, so much can fall into place.  And the luck you’ve been waiting for, can flow back towards you.  Number 2, and matching pairs of numbers, can be lucky.

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