AQUARIUS (January 20 - February 18) Have you been having problems with someone, either in person or online? If things have been rather tense, now's the time to swallow your pride and start communicating and compromising.
CAPRICORN (December 22 - January 19) Are matters involving home, family, domestic arrangements, parents or property dominating your thinking? Things will gradually improve, as long as you stay centred and keep an open mind.
CANCER (June 21 - July 22) Work projects are favoured, as you make the most of the Sun, Mercury, Venus and Uranus visiting your career zone. Creativity and motivation are high but try to keep a sense of perspective.
LEO (July 23 - August 22) Party-loving Lions are keen to socialise and circulate; mix and mingle; imagine and create; as you let your hair down and have some fun. But it's Equinox day so try not to overdo things!
PISCES (February 19 - March 20) You're thinking about a financial, business or work project as today's planetary patterns help you tackle tasks with extra energy and enthusiasm. But things won't happen overnight!
GEMINI (May 21 - June 20) Open and honest communication is the secret to success at the moment. There'll be plenty of opportunities to expand your peer group. But don't neglect your long-term friends in the process.
TAURUS (April 20 - May 20) The planetary patterns give tired Taureans a welcome energy surge today. The stars also favour some quiet contemplation, as you use your intuition to help you solve a current problem.
SAGITTARIUS (November 22 - December 21) You're in the mood to help a loved one through a rough patch, or cheer up a close friend who is down-in-the-dumps. If you get drawn into a fiery discussion, strive to be balanced and fair-minded.
SCORPIO (October 23 - November 21) Scorpio is the sign of extremes, and you can have trouble relaxing. As we celebrate the Equinox - when day and night are of equal length - strive to bring more balance into your busy life.
LIBRA (September 23 - October 22) It's time to get talking with your nearest and dearest about subjects you may not necessarily feel comfortable about. Try to be fair and balanced, as you view things from differing perspectives.
VIRGO (August 23 - September 22) Business ventures are brewing at the moment, as you combine common sense with intuition to achieve a positive result. Don't be impatient though. Your dreams will take a while to manifest.
ARIES (March 21 - April 19) Are you being too subjective about a current issue? Take a step back, adjust your focus, and strive to view the situation from a much broader and wiser perspective. Balance is the key.
i need a spell that will taget and destroy the cancer cells and replace them with healthy cells. its not for me. its for my twin(in bond not blood)'s grandmother. the cancer is spreading and i need a way to cure her. PLEASE HELP
I'm sorry to hear about your friend's grandmother. And I'm sorry that both magic and medicine still havent found what you're looking for. Even then, you want to do everything you can, just so that you don't look back and say "what if". I know that feeling. I've been there. While there may not be a particular spell to replace cancer cells (I wish there was), there are several healing spells. Go through as many as you can and create your own spell with a customised incantation. And while I cannot guarantee you on whether or not the spell will work, I can assure you that when the time comes, you wont beat yourself up for not trying what you thought you could do.
thank you but i realise now it would be better for a spell to ease her pain so she can sleep. and so she is more comfortable in her last moments. if u know of a pain easing spell, please dont be afraid to message me
When my Dad was dying, I wrote letters to Archangel Azrael--the angel of death. I asked him not to take my dad before his time. And if that time was around the corner, I asked him to help him make this transition without causing him too much pain. I asked him to comfort my mother and the rest of my family. Dad was the head of my family, the decision maker, the go-to person. It wasn't easy to watch him suffer and see him go. And I know it isn't easy for you to watch your grandma go either. She's probably been a figure of unconditional love, compassion and comfort to you.
Dad was a religious man. Painfully orthodox at times. And even though I'm not a "praying kinda person", I would hold his hand and pray out loud, especially when he started hallucinating. It would calm him down and strangely it would calm me down too. In his last 3 days, we got a priest to pray by his bedside. What I'm trying to say here is, do everything that you can to bring comfort to your grandma. If religion is not her scene, stroke her head, read or sing or just talk to her. Even if she doesn't seem to be responding, she can still hear you and understand you. Don't forget to tell her that you love her and always will love her. Let her know that you're gonna be ok and most importantly tell her that this pain will be over soon.
Another thing that helped me is knowing what to expect. I've never had anyone this close to me die before. So I needed to know what was happening to my father. A couple articles I read helped me put things in perspective. Thought I'd share them with you:
There seems to be some kinda technical snitch. Half the words in my above post seem eaten up. And for some odd reason i cannot delete and re-posting it will just take up too much space in the forum. So, I'm just gonna mail it to you
Is she in hospice care? They have all the drugs to help with the pain and to help sleep. I took care of my mom when she was dying, and with help from hospice, she went peacefully. Hospice care can be done in the home, if someone is ther with them. I watched my mom take her last breath. It was peaceful, and she was finally free of pain. A great relief and happiness that she was out of a body causing nothing but pain. Hospice will step in when a doctor confirms life will end with in 6 months. I wish you and yours much strength and happiness.
It hurts me to hear something like this, sounds hopeless and sad.
Makes me think about my own grandma and grandpa, and that the winter of life is cold.
Do not fight it, comfort her and let the last of her physical existence be joyous.
We should not fear death, nor should we embrace it, but more, we should accept it and be at peace with it.
I do not know if I hurt someone saying that, but I firmly believes that we should honour the dying by giving them a good end and remember them for the good they have done in life when nothing else can be done.