Your Horoscope by Susan Miller
There’s more. Saturn is your ancient ruler before Uranus was discovered. Today, astrologers look at both planets to decide the upcoming influences. Saturn in Aquarius will be at the mid-point between Uranus, planet of the future and surprise in your fourth house of home, and the Sun and new moon in you tenth house of professional honors, awards, and achievement. Being in the middle, Saturn creates a 90-degree square to Uranus in Taurus and simultaneously, another square to your prestigious career house. Squares cause obstacles. In this position, Saturn will put a lot of pressure on you to live up to responsibilities and promises you’ve made previously.
There are complications—Mars went into your house of fame and honors on October 30 to stay until December 13, so it’s clear you’ve been working on your career and have been looking forward to increasing your status in a new job. If you are self-employed, you have wanted to get new clients, so this twist with home and family considerations is something you had not factored into the equation.
Luckily, by nature you are analytical and tend to stay cool under pressure. You work mainly on facts, although, of course, you are human, too. When it comes to family, I think we all have a sweet spot for our beloved children and parents, and if living with your sweetheart or spouse, their feelings matter enormously, too.
It can take weeks and often up to six months to solve whatever situations arise just after the new moon arrives, in this case, November 4. You can’t rush the answer to the home-related question, although the career offer will demand an answer.
All month, your need for independence will be strong. . . . Either change will come to you, or you will suddenly and courageously stand up and make the changes yourself.