Here is your astrology news, horoscopes and famous birthdays for May 25!
Here is today’s astrology news and horoscopes from a variety of top astrologers around the world.
Astrologer Patrice Thompson writing for cosmic life coach says: “Something unexpected or novel could be a catalyst, or serve as fodder, for sending us off in a potentially stimulating or liberating new direction that we maybe had not consciously anticipated.”
Astrologer Cat Ivins says: “Mars (in Pisces) sextiles Uranus (in Taurus). Pisces/Taurus sextiles are the magical/mystical energetic couplings” adding that “this is good news, because with Mars in Pisces we can’t push anyway, unless we want things just floating right on down the river away from us.”
Astrologer Nadia Gilchrist of Ruby Slipper Astrology says: “Actions (Mars) are integrated with liberation (Uranus)” offering “a subtle push.” She advises to “watch for an unforced opportunity to move along a different path.”
The Astrograph advises: “Be smart, effective and diplomatic, and you’ll accomplish what you set out to do. Find out what’s necessary, waste little time on chit-chat and finish what you start.”
Astrologer Patrick Arundell says: “Mars in dreamy Pisces makes a positive aspect with restless Uranus in Taurus so we may be eager to explore anything that is different or unusual. This transit can have creative potential and find us coming up with ideas that have that touch of genius about them.”
Astrologer Georgia Nichols says: “We have the all clear to shop and do business. The moon is in Cancer.”
Those born today are born under the sign of Gemini (May 21-June 20).
Astrologer Sally Brompton writing for the Globe and Mail says: “A Mars-Uranus link on your birthday means there will be lot of surprises for you over the coming year – all of them good ones. Don’t be afraid to try things that others say cannot be done. That may be true for them but it is not true for you.”
Actor Mike Myers (57), Actress Anne Heche (51), singer Lauren Hill (45), actor Cillian Murphy (44), actor and comedian Jamie Kennedy (50), Actor Sir Ian McKellen (81), Director and voice of Yoda Frank Oz (76), actress Octavia Spencer (50), Olympian Aly Raisman (26), rock singer Klaus Meine (The Scorpions) (72), country singer Jesse Coulter (77), country songwriter Tom T. Hall (84), actress Karen Valentine (73), actress and singer Leslie Uggams (77), actress Patti D’Arbanville (69), actress Molly Sims (47), Rapper Daz Dillinger (47), Rock singer-musician Paul Weller (62).