A Note from Susan Miller
My former husband, Don Miller, died this morning, Saturday, May 1, at 8:34 AM in the city we always lived, New York City, Manhattan.
He was in a hospital, and the nurse called today to give us—me and my two daughters, Chrissie, who lives here in New York City, and Diana, who flew in from Los Angeles—the heartbreaking news. They did say his passing was natural, as his organs failed him. They had kept him very comfortable, and we were told he never felt pain. There were no decisions to make, and there was nothing that could be done. The finality of death is so chilling. I felt so sorry he could not have lived longer and had to pass this way.
Your Horoscope by Susan Miller
Many Aquarians have been moving their homes ever since Uranus, the planet of sudden change, settled into Taurus, your solar fourth house of home and family. Uranus, the surprise disrupter, arrived in May 2018, although Uranus moved back to Aries in November of that year. It would not be until March 7, 2019, that Uranus would settle permanently in Taurus for the coming years and occasionally set off the often unexpected changes in regard to your domestic condition.
Uranus spends seven years in each house he visits, taking 84 years to circle the Sun. As you see, this is a once-in-a-lifetime experience. Uranus will remain in your home sector until April 2026, at which time he will move to Gemini, ending this period of instability. Having said that, many Aquarians have found this Uranian experience exciting. No wonder—Uranus is your ruling planet, dear Aquarius.
This all means that until you get to April 2026, you will continue to be subject to surprises, twists, and turns involving your home life and/or news about a family member. By now, you may have become accustomed to the unexpected shifts that Uranus brings. Surprises come in all shapes and sizes, and sometimes they are welcome, like they might be this month for you.
On May 11, you will have a gorgeous new moon in Taurus, falling in the same home and family sector as Uranus has been based since 2019. Fortunately, the new moon and Sun will not be orbiting close to Uranus, so the Sun and moon will be stable and very effective, and that reflects a bright picture. Mars will give the new moon a burst of energy, and that will fuel your motivation to see your plans through to completion, no matter if your plans are large or small.