A career in Astrology is a natural move for me. After all, i spend significant amount of my time philosophising and staring out of the window at the sky. So this year i have decided to end the year with a few astrological predictions of my own, giving you honest and…er…reliable predictions of the coming year with my very own «Ronoscopes». Okay, i’m pretty new to rising moons and star showers so please forgive a few errors. Ready? Move over Nostradamus, let’s do the Ronoscopes for Virgo, Scorpio & Sagittarius.
Virgo: Aug 23rd - Sept 22nd
It’s super-sexy-fun-mega-sexy-happy times for the Virgo. It's nice that things are going so well in this zodiac sign's sex life! Casanova, Aphrodite, Claire Fraser from «Outlander»? They all pale next to you. Personally, I hope your vibes spread and spread around the city a bit and we all get a Zurich summer that’s hot, hot, hot in a different way. Let’s get it on…
For Libra's, I urge you to take a chance. Because that’s how to win big in 2023. But it doesn’t necessarily even have to be something big. How about jumping off the 10-metre board at the swimming pool? Or wearing a crazy colourful outfit more often? (My friend just bought a hot pink suit.) This way you don't only provide yourself with a lot of serotonin, but also your fellow human beings. Because courage gives you courage!
Scorpios are in for a great time. Not everyone measures success in the same way, but for you this means: You, (almost,) always win at bingo, you always have a seat in your favourite restaurant without having to make reservations and above all you will gain a lot of experience and wisdom next year. If the other zodiac signs still have questions until the end of 2023, they'd best turn to you.
Sagittarians are the quintessential love winners in 2023. And this already starts in January, because the love planet Venus supports you and sends you lots of love, be it in the form of a nice handwritten letter, a wild summer romance or lots of chocolate. Preferably chocolate every day, because it's supposed to contain happiness hormones. And happiness and hormones are definitely your thing next year.
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Does anyone know organisations and foundations in Switzerland that we could contact to supporting our project?