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Your Horoscope by Susan Miller
Seeing so much sadness is probably why in my neighborhood in Manhattan everyone is wearing a mask. It is a sign of respect we give to each other. We all tend to wear gloves at the supermarket (the carts are the problem). My point is, I don’t want you to get casual about the coronavirus. This is a deadly disease, and although by no means as deadly as the Black (Bubonic) Plague was in Europe during medieval times, it’s still deadly. Remember, we still don’t know much about it, and we have no real defense against it. During the Black Plague people had to quarantine at home, just like we do now, so the rules are not new, they are the same as others have done in history.
This virus is on a mission to infect as many people as possible in nature’s effort to control population growth. The minute you make yourself vulnerable, the virus will swoop in. The virus hopes you will let down your guard, for its mission is to infect you and lots of others. Don’t let that happen, not with two houses of your horoscope—the ones that deal with health—currently packed with planets and some of them clashing with others. Keep up social distancing of at least six feet.
I live in a skyscraper, and my neighbors are so kind. We all wait for the next elevator if doors open and someone is in it. We do this even if we both are wearing masks. My elevators are at least six feet wide with tall, eight feet ceilings, so they are large, but we can wait. New Yorkers are known to always be in a rush, but we understand what we are dealing with here. You might want to read my essay on the front page of my website in the blue box called Coronavirus Outlook that I wrote March 16. As you will see, I see the virus continuing through December. Doing more math, I feel we might have a vaccine or treatment by around January 12, 2021. Plan for the long haul.
Now let’s talk a little of how eclipses work. An eclipse is a very powerful event in astrology—they are the strongest tool the universe uses to create rapid change. An eclipse will either coincide with a full moon, becoming a lunar eclipse, or it will coincide with a new moon, and we call that a solar eclipse.