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Don't get cross, get even

If things have felt a bit tense in your world this month, look to the skies. There's a rare astro formation called a Grand Cardinal Cross that hits its peak on Wednesday 23 April but may have been messing with your mind long before that, and you may feel the repercussions for a while afterwards too.

It forms the shape of a square and involves the planets Jupiter opposing Pluto, and Mars opposing Uranus. So 'cross' is the operative word and there may be cross words, crossed swords and crossed wires during this phase, with a tendency to strike first and ask questions later. So the best astrological advice is to not rise to the bait. Whoever gets angry first, loses. It's also a very cleansing time as things that may have been simmering and unresolved get a chance to be brought out into the open.

Incidentally, whatever the outcome for you, the New Moon eclipse on 29 April has the power to help you make a clean sweep of things, but more on that next week. Here's where the Grand Cardinal Cross may stir things up for your sign.

Aries, Cancer, Libra, Capricorn Yourself, your partner, your home and work
Taurus, Leo, Scorpio Aquarius Emotional and physical health, communication and travel
Gemini, Virgo, Sagittarius, Pisces Finances, intimacy, friends, lovers or creativity

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