Horoscopes: 25 April - 1 May
By Victor Olliver
CAPRICORN - 22 December to 20 January
Even the married of 50 years will not fail to be romantically aroused this week. Sweet words and a surprise trip are preferred.
AQUARIUS - 21 January to 19 February
Try to set aside a power tussle over opinion and target a home or family problem for resolution. New Moon greatly helps you here.
PISCES - 20 February to 20 March
Any kind of test is likely to go very well. And the right words can be found to advance your cause and impress useful people.
ARIES - 21 March to 20 April
Other people offer no peace this week – instead, seek harmony in your own dreams and ideals, alone if possible, over a tipple or two.
TAURUS - 21 April to 21 May
Gothic violet lips is the 2014 spring/summer look – but is it you? Light lavender perhaps? Taurus New Moon cues makeover image plans.
GEMINI - 22 May to 21 June
Behind-the-scenes talks favour income and career fortunes. Ruler Mercury is in quiet but cunning form – and so are you, for a change.
CANCER - 22 June to 22 July
Set aside crab instincts to hide away and get out there! New Moon urges more networking or greater involvement in a campaign.
LEO - 23 July to 23 August
Status improvement is what you want, in work or life. Neptune-to-New Moon asks that you let go a little; allow events to unfold.
VIRGO - 24 August to 23 September
Bold plans are afoot as ruler Mercury bolsters professional, creative or travel initiatives. Yes, think well beyond the mundane.
LIBRA - 24 September to 23 October
A turbulent time under the cardinal grand cross yet relationship, home or work issues can be improved by focusing just on one life area.
SCORPIO - 24 October to 22 November
If diplomacy is a form of hypocrisy, be the biggest two-faced envoy that ever was. Charm and graciousness win you things now.
SAGITTARIUS - 23 November to 21 December
Practical issues at home and/or work need sorting out – and New Moon is the perfect time to roll up sleeves and get started.
Lifesurfing: Your Horoscope Forecasting Guide by Victor Olliver is out now. www.victorolliver.com