Your Horoscope by Susan Miller
The eleventh house, where this full moon lunar eclipse will occur in your chart, is not only called the house of friendship but also the house of hopes and wishes. This eclipse has some good aspects associated with it, so it is possible that a friend may make a kind gesture to you that touches your heart at a time you need it most.
This eclipse of May 26 might help you materialize a desire that you’ve held in your heart. For you, Sagittarius rules this area of your solar chart, and Jupiter is Sagittarius’ ruler. Jupiter is associated with spirituality and miracles, so keep the faith, dear Aquarius. See what comes up on May 26, plus five days.
Eclipses are the most powerful tool the universe uses to effect rapid change. This is a generally friendly eclipse to your Aquarius Sun, doubly so if your birthday falls within five days of January 26.
Mercury will retrograde May 29 to June 22, so put off any major actions. Mercury can scramble communication, so make sure that the messages you pick up at eclipse time are accurate. Go the extra mile to find out.
By month’s end, you will have three celestial bodies moving through your fifth house of true love—the Sun, Venus, and Mercury—all in a sign harmonious to yours, the sign of Gemini. As said, eclipses bring sudden changes, enlightenment, and life events that we long remember. Eclipses come in pairs, so next month we will have the June 10 eclipse in Gemini. If you are single and hoping to find a love, a friend may be instrumental in helping you find not one new person—but rather, two! Gemini is the sign of twins!
There will be lots of good news next month, and you don’t have to be single or unattached to enjoy what’s due. Come back to read June when it is ready. The June 10 eclipse will have many positive possibilities for you.
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