Astrology Today: The Oracle for Sunday, August 23, 2009

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Today’s Oracle takes us to the Scorpio weekly of Nov. 25, 2005

The Oracle.

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Jupiter’s (rather new) presence in your sign is likely to magnify everything, including how you feel about it. It’s like one day you’re noticing the dirt in the corners and the clutter under the sink — only it’s the residue in your mind. And this is one of those cleanup jobs that gets worse before it gets better; and the kind where you start by organizing a shoebox of old postcards and it becomes a project that spreads to the attic, the basement and the storage locker. The main thing is have fun, and I mean it. Attitude is everything, but this really can be a true creative indulgence.

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