by Russell Grant
Gemini (22 May - 21 June)
Love: If you're on the lookout for love, you won't have to look far. But, due to the intensity of the stars in your marriage and partnerships house, if you're searching for a calm and cosy affair, think again! Obsession and revenge are in the air as is desire and sex. So whomever you get involved with, you might find that you get more than you bargained for. The good days are very good but the heavy days are mega-heavy. Much breezier but less exciting is companionship with someone slow and steady. OK, so he or she might not set the world on fire, but at least you know where you stand with them.
Life: Thinking of moving office or home? Whatever way you look at it, there's a lot of cases and packing going on in 2004. Although you might have to pay out more than you choose to do, it will be money well spent so long as you go into the pros and cons first. Drawing up a budget and sticking to the fiscal boundaries means you can have the best on offer. Any kind of travel will bring out your optimistic side, but don't go by yourself. Journey with someone to share the experience or, at destination's end, make sure you've a friend or relative waiting for you, so you can be whisked back for some creature comforts.
Loot: Window-shopping is the cheapest kind there is and if you have made every coin count in the past then you're about to enjoy your prudence. But if you've been the exact opposite, you may have little to show. So now, in 2004, you must invest it in the wisest way. Get advice if you don't know how. Only purchase what is absolutely needed, as the bare necessities are what matter most. You see, how you handle your dough this year will give a clue as to what you can expect in 2005. Are you going to make your money rise or will you fall financially flat because of a moment of monetary madness? It's your call.
Which Survivor of the Impending Nuclear Apocalypse Are You?
A Rum and Monkey joint.
Better shake off that radiation sickness and start preparing your IPO, because you're
A new media professional!
You missed the full-on war that caused the widespread death of so many people because you were making yourself another espresso at the company's snack kitchen. Your life isn't anything of value, but you're here anyway - might as well make the most of it and set up a .com to rent movies to half-melted soldier carcasses. A couple of banner ads and you'll be laughing, you sick new media parasite.