Taurus Monthly Horoscope (April 20 – May 20)
Taurus is the second astrological sign in the present Zodiac. It spans the 30 – 60th degree of the zodiac, between 27.25 and 54.75 degree of celestial longitude. Under the tropic zodiac, the Sun transits this area on average between April 21 and May 21 each year. Under the sidereal zodiac, the sun currently transits the constellation of Taurus from May 16 to June 15 (approximately). People born between these dates, depending on which system of astrology they subscribe to, may be called Taureans. The symbol of the bull is based on the Cretan Bull, the white bull that fathered the Minotaur and was killed by Theseus.
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Taurus Monthly Horoscope: July, 2020
A full moon in fellow earth sign Capricorn brings a mellowness to your world on July 4. Despite the steady earth sign involvement, this lunation brings an uncertainty that makes it difficult to predict what might happen next. Stick with the basics in order to avoid making life-changing mistakes.
Chiron goes retrograde on the eleventh, bringing the potential for you to heal some very old wounds. Because Chiron is traveling in spontaneous Aries, you might try to move ahead before you get a green light, but doing so will only set you back several steps. Wait until all parties are ready to go before moving beyond the starting line.
July 15 brings a sun-Pluto opposition that can cause a crisis of self-esteem and self-doubt. If you’re feeling this way because of something you did, there’s still time to fix it. If you’re being blamed or shamed by someone else, what’s their true motivation? If they’re projecting their feelings onto you, it’s time to walk away.
The sun enters outgoing Leo on the twenty-second, so the next month will be filled with big ideas and dramatic scenes. You’re in the mood to be seen, and you might do some pretty out-of-character things to make sure you stay relevant. It’s easy to delete an embarrassing post on social media, but you can’t control who takes a screenshot of it while it’s still up.