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Horoscope for Taurus

While you move into the last full week of your birthday month energised and ready to embrace this new solar year, you might have head in the game but as yet, heart and soul are not yet engaged. That will change when Venus, your ruling planet finally returns to Taurus on Wednesday. Even though a New Moon 10 days earlier gave this new solar year the green light, until Venus returns there is a feeling that you are waiting for something. For all the planets in Taurus, there is a lot of support from planets on the playful and adventurous fronts, bringing a sense of excitement for the journey ahead. Meanwhile, while a Full Moon in your relationship sector over the weekend could fuel some strong emotional responses and even create some relationship tension, the timing couldn't be better. With Mars in his first weekend in your communication sector by then and Mercury, the planet of communication in his last in Taurus, this creates the potential for a breakthrough.

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