Your Horoscope by Susan Miller
Early November will be no time to bring up controversial topics, like politics, with your relatives. This full moon will be erratic and will trigger emotional outbursts from those around you. For some, the full moon won’t be about family but another interesting concept. The ancients wrote that the fourth house—found at the bottom of the chart where the number six would be found on the face of a clock—is the house of “the end of all matters.” One way or another, something in your life will end, and quite suddenly. Sometimes that brings relief.
This is not an easy full moon at the very start of November, for it will be square your Sun, indicating you will encounter obstacles or blocks. You will especially feel the full moon’s pressures if your birthday falls on January 28, plus or minus five days. You may even feel temporarily like you’ve put your fingers in an electrical socket. Uranus, after all, rules electrical current.
Now let’s move on to November 3, when Mercury will go direct and stop retrograding, a position little Mercury had started last month on October 13. You began to feel the slowdown two weeks earlier, at the start of October. Come November 3, the pace of life will pick up noticeably, to your relief.
The new moon on November 14 in Scorpio, 23 degrees, will be the best new moon of the year to help you get a promotion or a responsible, top position in a new firm. This new moon will appear at the pinnacle point of your chart—all your hard work will now amount to something big.