The Sun and Mercury forming a trine aspect to the Moon and a sparkling Uranus are going to create a positive influence this week 27 of July for getting away from the beaten track. There will be a strong movement towards escape in the air and life's pleasures will be more accessible.
The semi-square from Mars to Jupiter will create ideal situations for saying goodbye to former behaviour patterns and reinventing yourself more in line with your aspirations, by becoming aware of the phantom brakes you applied in the past, which you will need to dismantle to move forward more successfully.
The Water signs (Cancer, Scorpio and Pisces) could feel their style is being cramped by their family. A powerful need for escape will take them into new territory, symbolically speaking.
The Fire signs (Aries, Leo and Sagittarius) won't lack energy, but they will lack goodwill in the face of their obligations. A holiday would be welcome, if that could be arranged! Beware of being possessive in your love-life!
The Air signs (Gemini, Libra and Aquarius) will experience situations that could bring amazing success, especially in their working life. It will be a question of preparing the ground for important projects.
The Earth signs (Taurus, Virgo and Capricorn) will make the most of the planetary line-up to assert themselves more and advance towards the future without allowing their family to hold them back.
Birthday this week!
Among this week's birthdays!
Jean Reno was born in Casablanca on 30 July, 1948 to Spanish parents, who were originally from Andalusia, but had fled the Franco regime. The family later moved to France in 1970. After completing his military service in Germany on his return to France, he launched into a career as an actor, setting up a theatre company with Didier Flamand. Jean Reno made his first appearances in films such as Costa-Gavras' Womanlight (1979) and Luc Besson's The Last Battle. It was with Luc Besson that he made his reputation in 1985 in the film Subway, where he starred alongside Isabelle Adjani, Christophe Lambert, Michel Galabru and Richard Bohringer. However, it was in 1988 in the film The Big Blue that he knew true success at the age of forty. Successive films followed with Nikita, The Visitors ( a huge box-office success in France) and Leon: The Professional, which conferred national and international fame on him. It was at this point that he learned English, as some of these films were shot in the language. Building on his record, he became one of the most valued assets of the French Cinema, acting with the greatest French stars and directors, before he was sought after by Hollywood, where he seems to be one of the few French actors to have made a real career: Mission Impossible with Tom Cruise; Godzilla with Matthew Broderick; Ronin with Robert de Niro; The Pink Panther with Steve Martin; and The Da Vinci Code with Tom Hanks. He was nominated three times for Best Actor Award, twice for leading roles in Leon: The Professional and The Visitors, and once for Best Supporting Role in in The Big Blue.
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