Your Horoscope by Susan Miller
With eclipses, so much depends on how things were going prior to the eclipse, for if they were out of alignment, the eclipse will provide a floodlight of information to make the friendship clear—if you were betrayed for some time, you found out last month. This is just one example of how things might have played out. By now you know how that eclipse affected you.
The next one, happening this month, will be a new moon solar eclipse June 10 in Gemini at 20 degrees. It will join the Sun and Mercury, also in Gemini, in your fifth house of true love. Solar eclipses are not emotional like lunar eclipses. In fact, a solar eclipse is a new moon on steroids, and it will open a door and bring opportunity. I love that Saturn, the planet that brings longevity to situations, now in Aquarius, will send strong friendly vibrations to the eclipsed Sun, new moon, and Mercury all in Gemini. The fact that Mercury is well-aspected is important because it is the planet that rules Gemini—this points to a happy outcome.
If you are single, you have a good chance of being introduced to someone new and interesting. You are most likely to meet that person in a social setting, not in the office. With an eclipse in the double-bodied sign of Gemini, you might meet two romantic interests this month.
Conception and birth are covered by the fifth house too, so if you have hoped for a baby, this powerful eclipse could make that dream a reality. (If you are not ready for a baby, be careful.)
Another possible bonus connected with your fifth house is that your creativity would be stimulated. If you are artistic or paid for your ideas, you may knock a client over with your brilliant ideas. Have confidence! The product you work on might require you to come up with written or spoken words.