Aquarius Horoscope for November 2022

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If you need money to help solve the problem, it should be there for you. Here’s why: Jupiter, the giver of gifts and luck, is retrograde, but in this instance that’s a blessing. Benefic Jupiter started to retrograde on July 28, and by late last month, on October 27, it backed into Pisces, your second house of earned income, and out of Aries, your third house of communication, where it had been since May. Jupiter will remain in your salary/bonus house until next month, but the important part is that Jupiter will put on his full power when he goes direct on November 23 and will remain in your money house until December 20. That’s when your luck with money will be best, but don’t play lotto, we are talking earned income here.

I am also encouraged by the fact that Jupiter and Pluto, both big financial planets, will be in sync all month. That’s an aspect of prosperity—if you are looking for a job or hope to get a generous bonus for the holidays, it looks to be in the cards for you.

This eclipse is part of a family of eclipses in Taurus-Scorpio that first started November 19, 2021. Then, earlier this year there were two more eclipses in these signs, a new moon solar eclipses in Taurus April 30 and a full moon lunar eclipse in Scorpio on May 15. As you know, last month brought another, a new moon solar eclipse in Scorpio on October 25, which was mainly favorable for your career. Do any of the dates in this list stand out? Usually, a series of eclipses will begin a discussion until the matter culminates and ends at one of the eclipses, so something may finally end on November 8.

Eclipses repeat in precisely the same sign and degree every 19 years. You came through a similar eclipse on November 8, 2003, although not nearly as unpredictable and volatile. If you are old enough to have lived through that eclipse and can remember what occurred, you might be able to pick up a theme that surfaced then and might again now. Nothing ever repeats exactly—the other planets surrounding that eclipse in 2003 have moved to different positions in your chart by 2022, but the Sun and full moon will be in the same position now as they were then—Taurus at 16 degrees.

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