Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton ought to be hiring Cancers as speech writers and publicity people, thanks to a bevy of planets in your quick witted third house. Of all the signs of the zodiac, you’ll have the gift of gab this week and into late September. What a good time to promote yourself, market a product, negotiate a smart deal or work social media!
As the week begins, Venus, Mercury and Jupiter are all sequestered here, making your brain buzz with super ideas. This is also a highly social house, so you won’t be sitting in your garret alone while you plan how to conquer the world. Hell no, you’ll make the plans and then head for the door, hitting the street and making things happen.
A fabulous day for pitching an idea or presentation is Monday, when intelligent, talkative Mercury conjuncts lucky Jupiter. Jupiter likes to expand what it touches, so your project can really take off under this influence. Did I mention that the Sun enters that house the same day? It sure does, and that will light a fire under you to succeed.
The only thing that you have to watch out for is taking on way more than you can handle. Both aggressive Mars and disciplined Saturn are working hard in your sixth house of efficiency, and they meet up in the sky on Wednesday. You could get a wakeup call from these two powerhouses that you’re pushing too hard.
That being said, their meetup is superb for developing new protocols, adding new systems to your office or workflow, hiring staff and streamlining your operation.
Friday could get tense when “I want it done now” Mars squares watery Neptune. This is definitely not a good day to push a decision maker or put time limits on a project that are way too close. While your attention to details should be excellent, your long-range view could be off.
But Saturday is a wonderful day when love planet Venus meets up with generous Jupiter. Spend quality time with the people you love, and the best thing you can do is to communicate. This weekend it’s not about the grand gesture, or the big expensive night out, but a lively conversation with a loved one.