Your Horoscope by Susan Miller
As if you needed another aspect to stir the pot, Saturn in Aquarius will be square both the Sun and the full moon at a harsh 90-degree angle, indicating there will be obstacles to solve at this complex full moon. Out of the ten heavenly bodies (8 planets + the Sun and moon = 10), there will be seven in fixed signs. This focus on fixed signs will not help, either. Everyone will have an opinion and be wedded to it—no one will want to offer a compromise. This has the makings of a very tense situation.
You won’t be able to guess what comes up because it is the nature of Uranus to bring up something out of the blue, and it would be something you would never have expected to happen. Every sign of the zodiac will feel this full moon, but depending on where it falls in each sign’s chart, they will feel it in completely different ways. My point is, know that everyone will be fragile and tense at month’s end, so don’t press forward. Hang back, lie low, and keep your schedule light. All any of us can do is sit on the couch, open the window, and see what flies in.
The one good aspect at this full moon will be a lovely out-of-sign interplay between Mars and Jupiter, an aspect you and I talked about regarding April 16. Although both planets are orbiting forward at this monster moon, April 26 plus five days, you may start to see events stir up two days prior to April 26. We are all in the same boat with this full moon. Protect your reputation. Be ready to catch things that are getting chaotic at home, too. The good part about a full moon is that it delivers truth you had not received previously so that you can protect yourself. You will need to make a decision quite rapidly, then the full moon begins to wane, and it is gone. Unlike March, April will enter like a little lamb but leave like a tiger. Be ready.