Thursday, August 29, arrives with an Ingression between Mercury, the planet of communication, and Virgo. This is important for our horoscope because Mercury is the ruler of the Virgo star sign. Marina Stoichkova, an astrologer from MarStars Astrology, believes this means Mercury is coming home.

She said: “Mercury is consequently going to be extremely strong for the next couple of weeks.

“Mercury in Virgo will help us to be particularly logical when taking decisions.

“We can expect to be very precise, to focus on details and to create orderly structure.”

We will be especially responsible about our obligations.

And this will also affect our ideas, including making plans for achieving our goals.

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This aspect also affects negotiations when it comes to business and even practical matters.

But in addition to logic, the overall result of this Mercury Virgo aspect is a tendency towards self criticism.

We may pay necessary attention to details – for the feeling of perfectionism may be very strong.

And our ability to be affectionate may also be adversely affected.

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But the MarStars Astrology expert thinks we can still achieve great results if we use this aspect in a positive way.

She added: “And we can therefore materialise our ideas, which will be of great benefit.”

Thursday also sees the third positive Uranus Trine of the year, this time with the Sun.

Ms Stoichkova thinks this is a powerful aspect as the Sun is arguably the most important planet in our horoscope.

She said: “The Sun is the source light in the solar system and its centre.

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“This aspect can help us change how we perceive ourselves and how we connect with others.

“And we may feel imbued with the cosmic energy to make the changes we seek.”

“Overall this aspect can also bring inspiration and the ability to explore yourself and your personal goals desires.

“So Thursday can be a very exciting and interesting day.”

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