Your Horoscope by Susan Miller
You’ve been shuttered for a long time to stay safe from the pandemic, so it’s understandable that you’d be anxious to fly to a distant point. You might be able to travel this month but be careful. Take whatever precautions that are necessary.
If you badly want to get a change of scenery, the full moon in Aries on October 20 might be the ideal time to pack and drive to a scenic location. That full moon will light your third house of short-distance travel, so if you live in the Northern Hemisphere, you might want to go to a location where mother nature has turned her leaves brilliant shades of gold, red, and orange. Picking apples might be fun, away from the city in the crisp, cool air. In the Southern Hemisphere, spring is breaking out, so just a trip to enjoy the warming weather could bring a breath of fresh air.
You may be asked to sign legal papers at the full moon, October 20, plus or minus five days. If so, you can. Since Mercury won’t go direct until October 18 (and you should always wait a few more days after Mercury goes direct to sign anything), if you can wait, October 31 will bring Mercury (contracts) in contact with Jupiter (good fortune), so by all means sign on that day as it will be quite a wonderful day.
When it comes to love, with Jupiter in Aquarius, you have one of the finest forecasts of any sign. Venus will move to compatible Sagittarius, your highly social eleventh house of fun, friends, leisure, and romance on October 7 to stay until November 5. You have it all, dear Aquarius. Everyone wants to be you!
Astrology,” published by Taschen, is the title of a book that traces the vibrant visual history of astrology. Taschen is renowned for their rich offering of fine art books. This book has over 400 images depicting various astrological images, going back to the Egyptian temples and extending up to contemporary art. Remarkably, no one has ever published a visual history of how astrology has been depicted through the ages, and it is fascinating to see.
When the author, Andrea Richards, and the editor of this luxury book, Jessica Hundley, called to ask if I would write the forward to the book, I was honored and humbled. They asked for two paragraphs, but I sent 1,800 words about my love of symbols in astrology. Jessica, the book’s editor, called to tell me she loved what I wrote and that she changing almost nothing.
This is a book you will want to keep in your library for years. Hardcover, it is 6.7 x 9.4 inches and has 520 pages.
The Los Angeles Times lauded this book, writing: “One comes away with an understanding of astrology’s place in history, pop culture, art, mythology and psychology.”
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