Horoscopes for 7-9-2024

“brevity is the soul of wit”

Polonius in Shakespeare’s Hamlet (II.ii.89)

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Horoscopes for 7-9-2024

No one ever reads the July horoscopes, so I would do something that entertained myself. Each sign gets a special quote, and it applies to the astrology of the times, and is hand-picked for the individuals and their signs.

  • Neptune Retrograde 29°55’ Pisces.
  • Venus into The Leo 7/11 11:19 AM.
  • (Venus oppose Pluto)
  • Mars conjunct Uranus 7/15 26°19’ Taurus.


“A lunatic lean-witted fool,
Presuming on an ague’s privilege,
Darest with thy frozen admonition
Make pale our cheek, chasing the royal blood
With fury from his native residence.”

King Richard II to Gaunt, Shakespeare’s King Richard II (II.i.115-9)

The Leo

“Tomorrow, or next day, they will be here.”

Archbishop of York in Shakespeare’s Richard III (II.iv.3)


“Then, world, thou hast a pair of chaps—no more,
And throw between them all the food thou hast,
They’ll grind th’ one the other.”

Enobarbus in Shakespeare’s Antony and Cleopatra (III.v.7-9)


Aside to Caius
“Pray you let us not be laughing-stocks to other men’s humors.”

Evens in Shakespeare’s The Merry Wives of Windsor (III.i.47)


“Give me my horse, you rogues, give me my horse, and be hang’d!”

Falstaff in Shakespeare’s Henry 4.1 (II.ii.8)


“I see my reputation is at stake,
My fame is shrewdly gor’d.

Achilles in Shakespeare’s Troilus and Cressida (III.iii.228-9)


“A living drollery. Now I will believe
That there are unicorns; that in Arabia
There is one tree, the phoenix’ throne, one phoenix
At this hour reigning there.”

Sebastian in Shakespeare’s The Tempest (III.iii.22-25)


“They fear us not, but issue forth their city.
Now put your shields before your hearts, and fight
With hearts more proof than shields.

Caius Martius in Shakespeare’s Coriolanus (I.iv.23-5)


“My tongue will tell the anger of my heart”

Kate in Shakespeare’s Taming of the Shrew (IV.iii.78)


“Chiron, thy years wants wit, thy wits wants edge,
And manners, to intrude where I am grac’d,
And may, for aught thou knowest, affected be.”

Demetrius in Shakespeare’s Titus Andronicus (II.i.26-8)


King Henry V, before the French castle Hafleur:

The game’s afoot!
Follow your spirit; and upon this charge
Cry, “God for Harry, England, and Saint George!”

Shakespeare’s Henry the Fifth (III.i.32-4)


The correct attribution?

“The lady doth protest too much, methinks.”

The Queen in Shakespeare’s Hamlet (III.ii.166)

And in conclusion?

“You are not worth the dust which the rude wind
Blows in your face.”

Albany in Shakespeare’s King Lear (IV.ii.32-3)

  • Aperture: ƒ/1.8
  • Camera: iPad Pro (11-inch) (3rd generation)
  • Taken: 10 January, 2023
  • Flash fired: no
  • Focal length: 3mm
  • ISO: 50
  • Shutter speed: 1/60s

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