Your Horoscope by Susan Miller
This new moon will be in Scorpio, so Pluto’s conversations will count heavily toward how this new moon plays out. Happily, Pluto will be conjunct good-fortune Jupiter in your house of confidential talks. If you are serious about getting a new responsible job, it will be important to start to interview quickly after the new moon arrives. For now, be discrete, as you must not tell others about your job search. You don’t need prying eyes or gossip girls and guys near you to spread the word. You have a dazzling chart, so you can win the dream job you want. If you don’t know where to start, decide on which few companies you’d love to join, read up on them, and make inquiries. Keep putting one foot in front of the other toward your goal, no matter how long it takes—this job has your name on it.
Also assisting you will be action-oriented Mars, Scorpio’s other ruler, and that is significant because the new moon is in Scorpio. Mars has been retrograde since September 9, causing you to encounter obstacles in your effort to find the right professional opportunity or to make deals and progress in sales. Mars will go direct on November 13, the day prior to the new moon. (The fact that the new moon is in Scorpio, which is ruled by both Mars and Pluto is so fortunate.) Both Mars and Pluto will be in strong, direct orbit, which bodes well for the new moon to provide the right career environment for you to grow. If you are serious about getting ahead, you must do your part to look behind every tree and under every bush to locate the opportunity that the universe has prepared for you. It’s there—find it, nail it, and it will be yours.