Your Animal Scope for August 2013

Animal Scopes for August 2013

Here are your animal scopes for August! They’re a lot like your regular horoscopes, in that each animal sign is based on a date range. So look for the date range that fits your birthday and then you’ll know your animal sign. What part do you play in the animal kingdom?

Otter (February 19 – March 20)

The completion of a project or the formulation of a new idea can really push boundaries. At the same time, they might want to close old doors that no longer make you happy. A journey to unfamiliar surroundings sees success written all over it.

Dragonfly (March 21 – April 19)

Your patience in a relationship can bring you much happiness and allow you to make some solid plans for the rest of the year. However, if you need to hear the truth from someone close, you may have to wait until they feel more able to speak. Your silence will bring understanding.

Buffalo (April 20 – May 20)

“God grant me patience, but I wanted it yesterday!” A situation which has been testing you for months finally ends. A new start is on the horizon, especially as a challenging career path opens up mid month. You might want to make sure your passport is up to date. Expect success as your self-esteem and awareness are razor sharp.

Swan (May 21 – June 20)

Ever since Mercury went direct on July 20, you have been waiting for that signal that someone really cares. As communication gets stronger, you should expect a relationship to become a lot more grounded. Your mental conflict ends as you hear all the right words. Watch for repetitive numbers as they have value.

Alligator (June 21 – July 22)

This may be the time to give more to yourself than to others. You need to take a break, so a short trip is just what you need. Someone who has been thinking about you may appear around the New Moon on the 6th. But do their actions back up what they are saying?

Lynx (July 23 – August 22)

The power of August is really in your hands. It’s time to make those all-important changes you have delayed. De-clutter your space to make way for new growth in your life. Remember, your intuition will guide you especially when it comes to dealing with troublesome people.

Moose (August 23 – September 22)

Your creative talents really shine this month and you are full of ideas. There may be some disruption around the 16th, but new foundations at work can see you quickly advancing. Keep communication clear and concise so that your words cannot be misinterpreted.

Crow (September 23 – October 22)

There is a significant financial gain this month as you finally see life gathering momentum. This is a great time to “cosmically order” that new home, especially if you have a connection with water. If someone tries to make you change your mind, stand firm as they may be a bit envious.

Turtle (October 23 – November 21)

Love flows like water for you and you really feel and see commitment from a partner. You may get a bit anxious because a younger family member seems to have emotionally switched off, but they just need a bit of space. A connection with someone from overseas will bring you the recognition you deserve.

Snake (November 22 – December 21)

Decisions, decisions, decisions. Life is full of fresh challenges, but one may not appear to tick all the boxes. This is not a time to think. Take that leap of faith! Your spiritual strength is growing and people look to you for guidance. A particularly difficult friend or neighbor may suddenly surprise you with a gift.

Coyote (December 22 – January 19)

Life is all about balance and now you can begin to see the past being left where it belongs. If any paperwork needs to be signed around the 24th, check it carefully. Someone who has not been in contact for a while rushes back into your life. But pace (and not haste) is needed before you make a key decision about them.

Hummingbird (January 20 – February 18)

A new burst of energy sees you networking or making new friends, and you are so busy you hardly have time to stop and think. The Full Moon on the 20th sees an opportunity you thought you missed resurfacing. This is a great time to study or learn a new skill, especially if it brings out your creative talent.

10 thoughts on “Your Animal Scope for August 2013

  1. jess

    Is September’s animal scope up somewhere? This has definatly been my favorite blog so far, especially as I have been studying animal totems. Also, august’s scope was so spot on for me I was hoping to find out what else is in store! 🙂

  2. Mathew

    The essence of the Hummingbird is all about joy and freedom. So if there is a situation in your life where you feel restricted, the this little animal will help you to find the release you need. It also relates to someone who is a free spirit, and needs that freedom of spirit.

  3. Maria Carmen

    Thank you Mathew, is very good to “know ” how can be August Hummingbird,.
    It is very nice from you .

  4. Mathew

    Thank you for all your kind comments. Everyone has a “Totem” of nine Medicine Animals and to work out what they are requires a full date of birth. The Animal Scopes are channelled to me by my Spirit Guide “White Hawk” and are unique. I can also work out a person’s Power Animal using the Native American Numerology that is unique to me. If I can help please call for guidance.

  5. Psychic -Quinn ext. 5484

    hi stella, you are a Capricorn born in the year of the fire horse. and a coyote according to this form of animal scope.
    pretty cool stuff…

    looking forward to next months forecast. I too am a coyote.
    thanks matthew for sharing this information.

  6. stella

    hi im stella I just want to ask a birthday is on 12,31,1966 my hroroscope am I a Sagittarius or and Capricorn.?..I ask another psychic and she told me that im a Sagittarius..thank you so much..plz let me know

  7. Heather White L.M.T

    Good Day greetings to you Mathew,
    I really enjoyed learning about my “Animal” zodiac sign. Being a true Aries I know to look for a partner with either the same sign or a Leo/Sagittarius. In this animal zodiac whom is it that I could consider? A fellow Dragonfly, Snake or Lynx? Does it workout the same way?
    How did you come up with this idea? Really very nice!
    Also, just to let you know this reading for August is very interesting and hits the nail on the head for what I am going through with my first born, who is also a Dragonfly. I would like to share with you what has “gone down” between my child and I and it has not turned out well.
    After having read the bio on the Dragonfly, the words of advice for August are exactly what I have been doing, “Just be patient and wait”, eventually conversation will happen when cooler heads prevail.
    Thank you.
    Sincerely your Dragonfly,


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