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We All Need Hope & A Plan

Ed Kluska’s Astrology Newsletter

You may not be interested in football but the comments in today’s Cincinnati Enquirer newspaper from University of Cincinnati’s first-year head football coach, Luke Fickell, are relevant to your life and the principles of astrology.

The University of Cincinnati’s football team’s defense is battered and bruised. They have been gashed over three successive weeks for 131 points and more than 1,500 total yards as they dropped to 2-4 overall and 0-2 in the American Athletic Conference East.

During his weekly press luncheon, coach Fickell indicated his team needs to practice better and stay committed to the plan he’s put forth for turning the defense, and the program at large, around.

“Sometimes you get your confidence knocked down a little bit. You’ve got to go back out there,” Fickell said. “You’ve got to believe in the things that you’re doing. You’ve got to find ways to continue to get better. We’ve taken a step back and said, ‘what we see on film on Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday at practice and don’t think you’re going to see something different on Saturday.’ “So, if we’re not doing the things that we need to do at practice on Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and especially, Thursday, it kind of goes with our definition of insanity – doing the same things over and over again and expected to get different results.”

“Sometimes you get your confidence knocked down a little bit. You’ve got to go back out there. You’ve got to believe in the things that you’re doing.”

UC players said they believe the problems with their defense are correctable, saying “it’s nothing that we can’t fix and get corrected. It’s all one unit when it comes down to it, and we all have to execute together,” senior linebacker Jaylyin Minor said. “We can’t have that one guy out of place. “Once you have that one guy out of place, that’s when big plays happen, or touchdowns.”

“We’ve tried to put our bad losses behind us,” Fickell said, “but we are a product of our experiences and you’ve got to hope and pray, and probably address a little bit. ... It’s one of those things that, you know, whether something bad happens and they revert back and think back. ‘Oh, we’ve been here before.’”

Relevant to your horoscope and life is that we all have ups and downs. There are periods when nothing seems to be going right. Everything seems chaotic and out of order. At such times, we are prone to despair, depression, and even desperation. Then there are times when we are flying high and it seems like the good times will never end. Most of our lives, though, are somewhere in between.

The ups and downs in our lives are typically clear from an astrological perspective according to planetary cycles. For example, when Saturn and the other outer planets, Uranus, Neptune, and Pluto, are playing havoc with our horoscope, there tends to be more losses, setbacks, chaos, and disarray. When Jupiter and other planets are aligned harmoniously with our horoscope, things tend to go our way and we feel more positive and hopeful about our life and future.

To understand and make the most of both your good times and not so good times, contact me. We will schedule a personal and private consultation so you can plan your future and learn more about your relationships, career, education, finances, children, parents, travel, health, location, retirement, karma, and any issues in your life.

Ed Kluska

B.S. Physics

M.S. Psychology

C.A. Certified Astrologer

Meditation Teacher

46 Years in Practice

545 Ludlow Ave

Cincinnati, OH 45220


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