Weekly Horoscope for Pisces

Pisces Horoscopes

August 29th - September 4th, 2016


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Rita Ann Freeman's Weekly Horoscope:

Rita Ann Freeman

Rita Ann is a very high profile astrologer. Fifth generation, Rita Ann started studying at age 4, charting at age 9, amateur counseling at age 15, and went professional in her mid twenties after college. She became DailyScopes.com's very own resident astrologer in the year 2000.


Most of you show a bit of a struggle from the 29th to the eclipse on September 1st. Those of you who feel that you've been thrown into a threshing machine should come out on the other side more unscathed than you expected. Each day may bring an individual challenge or there may be a domino effect with a challenge on the 29th a lesser one the evening of the 30th hardly any at all on the 31st and the largest one on the 1st. Most of these can be addressed by either talking or spending money. A very thin cross-section of you may have to deal with some kind of poor health news but it is more likely to be news about another individual then about yourself.


Well this week, there's certainly is one 24 to 36 hours scary window... It appears to unfold starting noon eastern time on the 31st and does not lift until noon eastern time the 2nd with the 36-hour window falling in the heart of that time frame. Using great caution in making any sudden changes would be wise as well as, not reacting to sudden change to quickly yourself particularly in making comments or replies. You would think this would be a bad week for singles but just the opposite is true as there are several days and indications of long-term success. Read the weekly partner horoscope...


It is not impossible that a few of you could experience the termination of some kind of friendship status this week, particularly typical life changes such as moves, promotions, new jobs or even loss... particularly pet loss or elders.


Sadly, mistakes are very likely early in the week and most of them appear to do with calculation, bottom line, details, hidden meanings or having someone take a particular thing out of context or twist its meaning. It's even possible that you may be the one who misinterprets information in a convoluted fashion... particularly making assumptions in exactly the opposite meaning that was expressed. If you have any deadlines of any kind push as hard as you can to get them wrapped up before the eclipse hits on the 1st, as the am hours of the first, particularly the very early hours maybe the most demanding of your entire week.


Up and down but ending WELL... especially the 1st...

Overview for Pisces

State of Mind: Eager to 'get negative things cleared AWAY'.
Karma Numbers: 4, 10, 14, 44, 401k
Buzz Words: STAY healthy... at any expense...
Compatible Sign: Some Virgo, a few Cancer and Taurus... But April ones...

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Weekly Overview by Deborah Browning:

Your Astrologer This week's scenario is highlighted by your need to organize your financial and personal situation. Look over your personal papers, make budgets and write everything down. You can get your point across and make valuable connections. Your personal life will stabilize. Don't be confrontational. You'll meet opposition if you try to push your ideas too much. Be observant and save your comments for a better time. You need to focus on your career. You'll accomplish the most if you travel for business. If you have an idea, present it. Don't take on too strenuous a task. Minor injury or exhaustion will result if you do. Lucky Numbers: 5, 16, 29, 32, 37, 47 Read more...

Celebrity Birthdays

Famous Birthdays for Wednesday, 31st of August:

Molly E. Goodman (1990), Andrew Cunanan (1969), Marcia Clark (1953), Richard Gere (1949), Van Morrison (1945),...

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Message from the Team

Check your personal astrology report for September. As Mercury goes retrograde on August 30th, the new personal reports give you more insight about what's important.

Here in Belgium voting is compulsory during elections. I think this is a great law because when you participate in your society and community you can direct the shape of your society.

Even if your favorite/best party or person doesn't win the elections, you still did your duty and contributed to the democratic process.

People who don't vote (when legally possible), should not be allowed to complain about the outcome or about the political directions and decisions which are made after the election. The Brexit vote in the UK showed more abstainer's regret than buyer's remorse.

I've been thinking a lot about this issue for the last few months and the direction the world is taking, is pretty scary.

Therefore I urge everybody, go to vote in the elections in your country.

Have a great start into the new week and into the new month!

Jochen "Joe" Savelberg