Your Horoscope by Susan Miller
The full moon on September 20 will also draw your attention to money, this time from a different part of the chart, your second house of salary and other earned income. If you asked for a raise, you’ll get your answer now. If you are interviewing for a new job, the negotiation happens now and will finalize quickly.
Neptune will be conjunct the full moon, so if you are finishing up a major artistic project, you will do well and likely love the project. This would be the best manifestation of this full moon. On the other hand, if you are about to enter a major undertaking (not artistic—Neptune rules the arts), ask a lawyer to look at the contract. Neptune can obscure facts or present confusing terms. You need a second pair of eyes to look over the language in the contract’s clauses—this is something you must not rush.
Mercury is about to retrograde from September 26 to October 18, so if possible, sign papers very soon or next month—my ideal day to recommend would be October 31. If delaying the signing means you would lose the job or the apartment (as two examples), then you must sign even if Mercury is retrograde. Realize that you may not be in that situation you are going into for very long. (You won’t likely stay in the new apartment or the new job very long, to follow up these two examples.) You may be okay with that, and you may see this opportunity as a steppingstone to something even better.
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