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Weekly horoscopes: Oct. 26–Nov. 1

Christopher Renstrom is the creator of which is his idea of an on-line, subscription-based, interactive Astrology Magazine. It is based on his bestselling book Ruling Planets, which was published by HarperCollins in 200...

What's in the stars for you this week?

After months of playing musical chairs set to a Steve Reich score, it looks like things are finally settling into place. You have stability in your life, money in the bank and a bed to call your own. You may still be stinging from certain shortfalls and shortchanges, but there's no use dwelling on it. You learned your lesson about trust and faith and won't make the same mistake again. What's important is to focus on the here and now, and frankly speaking, your here and now is not so bad. The full moon in Taurus on Oct. 27 guarantees you a secure foothold in the world and a foundation to build upon. In the weeks to come you'll be grateful that things came to the surface when they did. You're finally in a position to determine your own future without fear or guilt.

What's in the stars for you this week?
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Is it possible that what you're looking for lies somewhere else? That's the question you'll be asking when the full moon in Taurus rises over that part of your solar horoscope that rules over the grass that's greener on the other side of the fence. Normally, you don't go any further than your own backyard when searching for your heart's desire, but this could change dramatically when you receive an invite, scholarship or opportunity from afar. A change of scene would do you a world of good right now. It might also open up a whole new life path.

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