Horoscopes: 2 – 8 July 2020


Celebrity birthday

Margot Robbie

2 July 1990

In Margot’s social life, she will meet some very unusual people with whom she will feel a special spiritual connection. She might want to ditch everything for the excitement and passion of a completely new friendship or association but will need to tread carefully as this may not work out completely as expected. A hectic schedule will mean she wants her diary with her at all times.  It is important that Margot is time conscious and doesn’t waste valuable energy.

ARIES 21 Mar – 20 Apr

Mars, your ruler, returned home to your sign on 29 June and stays there until early 2021. This is a time to activate your superpowers and begin a new chapter. The full moon on 5 July warns you to avoid treading on the toes of your boss or an authority figure.

TAURUS 21 Apr – 21 May

June brought some eye-opening experiences for you that have fundamentally shifted your perspective. Now, you are called to learn more, do more and be more. The full moon on 5 July warns you to be careful of acting in a sexist, racist or arrogant way as someone is sure to take offence even if no offence was intended.

GEMINI 22 May – 21 June

The full moon on 5 July warns you to be careful of lashing out with that vicious tongue of yours as you may say something you later regret. Also do not get into arguments over money; instead, use that clever mind of yours to resolve any difficult issues.

CANCER 22 June – 22 July

The full moon and lunar eclipse in Capricorn on Sunday 5 July triggers an important detail in your current story. Think back to what started to unfold for you in 2018 when this eclipse series began and how far you have come since then. The next six months will reveal more.

LEO 23 July – 23 Aug

July is a time for you to focus on deeper connections with your friends and family—even if those connections are still happening by distance. The full moon on 5 July warns you to be careful of overindulging in alcohol or food as you will only pay for it later.

VIRGO 24 Aug – 23 Sept

Venus retrograde, from 13 May to 25 June, had you reassessing your personal and professional relationships, opening your eyes to show who’s really got your back. The full moon on 5 July warns you to be careful of showing off or bossing others around as it will backfire on you.

LIBRA 24 Sept – 23 Oct

July is your time to get behind the scenes of an important plan or project and make some magic happen. The full moon on 5 July could make you feel insecure and wanting to avoid certain people around whom you feel less than your best.

SCORPIO 24 Oct – 22 Nov

This year might have kept you in the blues, Scorpio, but July brings sweet relief when Mars enters Aries. Things start to feel clearer. The full moon on 5 July is the ideal time to get a little perspective, try something new and throw a few ideas around.

SAGITTARIUS 23 Nov – 21 Dec

Never one to back down from the truth, Sagittarius, July is encouraging you to expand your mind more than ever before. The full moon on 5 July is going to make you count your pennies; you cannot continue being the last of the big spenders. It is time to become accountable for your financial security.

CAPRICORN 22 Dec – 20 Jan

Saturn retrograde is helping you to get clearer about the patterns you’ll need to break if you want to get to the next level. The full moon on 5 July falls directly in your own sign, making you feel somewhat emotional and moody. Try to avoid taking it out on loved ones.

AQUARIUS 21 Jan – 19 Feb

Cut yourself some slack this month and ease up on any high expectations that you’ve been holding yourself to. The full moon on 5 July indicates that you need to take better care of your health. Getting an early night or two would do you wonders.

PISCES 20 Feb – 20 Mar

The recent Venus retrograde, from 13 May to 25 June, brought up a deeper longing to get back into your own personal pursuits. Make time for them now. The full moon on 5 July indicates you need to expect the unexpected; plans may change abruptly, especially where friends are concerned.

WITH FRANCIS BEVAN, francisbevan.com