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WHAT'S LOVE GOT TO DO WITH IT? (May 29th - June 4th)

Is romance dead? It’s a question worth asking in a society where deflector shields are up and ghosting's no longer the exclusive domain of séances. Is it fear of heartbreak that drives people to casually hook up with one person after another or is it the simple fact that love takes time and time is a luxury that few of us can afford nowadays? Thankfully the Venus/Neptune trine on June 2nd shows that romance hasn’t gone the way of the dodo bird. This could materialize as you being introduced to sides of a certain someone you didn’t know were there or being reintroduced to qualities in your lover or spouse that you assumed were lost and gone forever. It will be nice to feel the magic again and to remember that love – like life – is what you make of it.

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Has your tough love gotten a little too tough lately?  It's a question worth asking when Venus forms a trine to Neptune on June 2nd. You're not making a loved one "soft" by easing up on them. If anything, getting down on everything they do tends to make them shut you out. As an Aries you're not always the best judge of how unrelenting you can be. Switch tactics and try some positive reinforcement instead. Not only will this person feel like you're in their corner, but expressing approval (rather than withholding it) gets them to try harder next time just to see you smile.



A purchase or sale that you'd given up on back in April is starting to show signs of life. And if it isn't that particular transaction then it will be something that bears a close resemblance to it. You have the Mercury/Uranus conjunction on June 4th to thank for this. On April 21st Mercury turned retrograde right before conjoining Uranus.  This is what left you waiting at the curb for a no-show and now that these two planets are coming together in your sign you can finally reap the results. This is proof (yet again) that delayed gratification is better than no gratification at all.



It's going to take a lot of creativity and persuasion to lure an estranged party back to the table. It's doubtful that you'll be able to repair your association. It's been on the rocks for a long time and you're probably better off going your separate ways; however, you still have business to take care of together and that's what you need to focus on this week. Show this person how mutual interests are best served by continuing your relationship until a certain goal is met or accomplishment achieved. This allows you to be there for each other one last time before parting for good.



Venus/Neptune trines (like the one on June 2nd) have a wonderful way of smoothing over ruffled feathers. A lot of things were said that shouldn't have been, which is why it will be support and reassurance rather than urgency and agitation that wins people over to your side. You had quite a time of it trying to line your ducks up in a row. As soon as you did, one or two would waddle off. Thankfully this water energy is both harmonious and resolute. Be firm (not overbearing) and specific (without being nitpicky) and you'll arrive at the result you seek on June 9th.



That answer you were waiting for finally materializes on June 4th, but does it still matter?  You've moved on and made other arrangements. In fact there's a part of you that's rather glad that you don't care like you once did. That part may point out the things that are better – like not having to make the sacrifices you would have been required to make or uprooting your life in order to pursue this course. But have you truly made peace with this decision? Second chances naturally bring second thoughts and it's not too late to say "yes" if that's what you really feel.



You know that phrase "if not now, when?" It's something you might want to ask yourself as Ruling Planet Mercury forms a conjunction to Uranus on June 4th. Think of all the times you postponed an impromptu getaway, talked yourself out of an expensive purchase, or looked away when someone attractive caught your eye. There's never a "good" time for doing the things you'd like to do one day. The only time we truly have is now. Go ahead and do something you've always dreamed of doing. Not only will it be liberating but it may start a trend that you could get used to.



You may be startled when something you longed for materializes on June 2nd. Dreams have a funny way of coming true when your Ruling Planet Venus forms a trine to Neptune. The only thing is you never really thought about how this would square with the rest of your life.  A dream is a dream and reality is reality and usually the two don't intersect, which means you'll be faced with quite a dilemma as you try to figure out what you want. It's all right if you decide to turn it down. Sometimes just being offered the possibility of something different is all that matters.



There have been so many partings, disengagements, and endings since January 2022 that it's hard to know what really matters anymore. You're fully aware that everything runs its course (you were born under Pluto after all) but it's becoming harder and harder to make the case that staying put is worth it. Clearly you're not ready for any big decisions just yet, but there's nothing saying that you can't explore your options.  Let yourself fantasize about where you would go and what you would do if you could. You may discover that the means to making that happen aren't as farfetched as you initially supposed.



This is probably the first Full Moon in Sagittarius in a long list of Full Moons in Sagittarius where you can survey the landscape of your life and see abundance. Many of the ideas you've planted have come to flower and enterprises are fruitful. Obviously not everything's perfect – there are still weeds to pull and dead stumps to uproot – but what in life isn't a work in progress? The wonderful thing (and the blessed thing) is that you're back in sync with your higher purpose and there's no better creative collaboration than that. Take a moment to enjoy the view and then get back to work.



It’s funny when a trend catches up to you. A lot of people chase after trends – looking for the latest sparkling object or bright shiny idea – however being a Capricorn, you've always secretly enjoyed your fuddy-duddy status. You love the past and delight in sifting its sands for nuggets of wisdom. This often gets mistaken for nostalgia, but it's not. There are truths that have been forgotten and others that have been deliberately buried. In any case the Mercury/Uranus conjunction on June 4th shows that what was once passé is now back in fashion making you the go-to person. It's no surprise. Capricorns are evergreen.



A worry is put to rest when Mercury conjoins Ruling Planet Uranus on June 4th. This is when you finally hear the answer you've been waiting for. And like most things that take longer than they should, it will be anti-climactic. Part of you will be relieved that the matter is settled while another part can't help feeling resentful. Why did it have to take so long? And why keep you hanging? Unfortunately there are people who don't share your respect for others' time and mindset. It's too bad you had to deal with them, but the best part is you'll never have to again.



There's nothing wrong with entertaining the possibility of pursuing something wild and different. It's not unlike a cat playing with a mouse. Unfortunately, as in mouse play, the mouse will scurry away the first chance that it gets which begs the question: are you seriously interested in following through on an opportunity that's captured your interest? If you are then you need to pounce now. Batting it back and forth between your paws isn't going to get you anywhere. And if you're not serious then you should let it go. In any case, it looks like you'll be making up your mind on June 3rd.


Christopher Renstrom

Christopher Renstrom is the creator of, an online astrology site based on his bestselling book, Ruling Planets, which was published by HarperCollins in 2002 and has sold out its print run. He currently writes the daily horoscopes for the San Francisco Chronicle and Renstrom also lectures on the history of astrology in America from pre-Revolution to modern times, which is his specialty, and runs Ruling Planet workshops around the country. Christopher’s latest book, The Cosmic Calendar is published by TarcherPerigee, an imprint of Penguin Random House. His new book, Rise & Shine: An Astrological Guide to How You Show Up in the World will be published in the fall of 2022. 

Astrologer Christopher Renstrom

Dear Astrology Lover,

Horoscope forecasts used to be about good days, bad days, and when to fall in love. Nowadays people are more knowledgeable about the Stars. They want to know about eclipses, retrogrades, and how long will Saturn be spoiling all the fun. The aim of this weekly horoscope column is to provide a cosmic forecast, timely insight and guidance. Astrology's job has always been to tell you about the “clear skies” and the “stormfronts”; times when the energy supports you moving forward and times when it's best to retreat. But my intent isn't to leave you hanging when things get tough! I’m here to provide awareness and foresight... so you can ultimately CHOOSE how you would like to respond to the energies.

It is my hope that you find the advice helpful and if you’re in a challenging time, that it serves to remind you that this is what the heavens look like right now and whatever's difficult will eventually pass. Astrology was never about some fixed Fate or preordained Destiny. It was always meant to be a calendar aimed at telling you not what to do, but the best time to do it.


Christopher Renstrom