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Your Horoscope by Susan Miller
The twelfth house, so lit up for you now at the July 4-5 eclipse, also rules the subconscious mind. Experts say that some people report having vivid or unusual dreams triggered by the news regarding the pandemic. This month you may also have a number of unusual dreams related to what you learn at eclipse time, so you might want to keep a dream journal. Doing so may help you sort out your dream’s symbolism and help you see a situation with a new perspective. If anything has troubled you this month—with Pluto, Saturn, Jupiter, and the full moon eclipse filling this part of your chart—reach out to a professional therapist for help, as you are likely to feel comforted by the insights the therapist can offer.
Mars is currently lighting your communications sector, a place Mars took up on June 27, and will continue for not for the usual six weeks but rather six months—until January 6, 2021. You may be traveling back and forth to see an important client out of town, or you might go to see your sister or brother more often than usual. Perhaps you will be working on a business project together or thinking of buying property together.
Emphasis on the third house, as you have now through early January, often points to the need to negotiate and sign contractual agreements. Mercury will be retrograde from June 17 to July 12, so do your best to make your most important initiations in the second half of July, leaving a space of days after July 12. Mercury will be retrograde in your project sector, so you might need to redo parts as you work on it.
The new moon of July 20 is not an eclipse and therefore has less weight but is nevertheless problematic. It will occur in your assignment sector, the sixth house, which could cause changes mid-course. You may get news from a client or your own management that the project is about to require a radical change in direction. At the start, make sure you understand how to proceed and what is expected of you to avoid any unnecessary back tracking.