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Your Horoscope for Aquarius
This month could represent an important tipping point where things that have been all wrong become right again. I am not saying getting to that final, improved end point will be easy. In fact, you have several planets and houses of your chart lit up at a particularly wild full moon November 8, and a large number of planets are being drawn into the fray.
I should explain that you are in the process of going through two eclipses. One already appeared last month on October 25, which energized your tenth house of fame and honors—it highlighted your reputation and your prestigious career progress. You may have heard about a job you could interview for and were (or soon will be) excited to be up for. Or you may have been given a prestigious promotion, new job, or if self-employed, a lucrative new client or some impressive publicity. That eclipse on October 25 was a solar new moon eclipse in Scorpio, 2 degrees, and it was mainly friendly, and although there were a few weird crosscurrents, you were able to surmount obstacles and go for the gold.
The second eclipse happens this month on November 8, will arrive as a full moon total lunar eclipse in Taurus, 16 degrees, and will light up your fourth house of home and family. It will be a challenging eclipse that will demand much of your energy. When news arrives, the message will come out of the blue, suddenly, because your ruling planet Uranus will take a strong role at eclipse time. It will tightly conjunct the full moon, making things volatile, unpredictable, and jarring. The moon is always tied to your domestic condition, so there are likely to be sudden changes in your home or in regard to one family member.
Let me show you the entire picture. The full moon in Taurus will conjoin surprise planet (and your ruler) Uranus, both at 16 to 17 degrees. Both will directly oppose the Sun at 17 degrees Scorpio. Accompanying the Sun in Scorpio will be Venus and Mercury. Venus will be close by at 21 degrees (considered within orb of the eclipse) and Mercury will be right next to the Sun at 16 degrees.