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Your Horoscope by Susan Miller
The second eclipse, a new moon solar eclipse, will arrive on June 21 in Cancer, zero degrees, and this one should be a happy event. It will light your sixth house of work-a-day assignments, so a project may come up suddenly. The zero degrees of a cardinal sign—which is what we have here in Cancer—is considered extremely powerful. The zero degree aligns precisely with the four points of a compass—north, south, east, and west—and zero degrees is energetic and defines direction.
The eclipse may bring you an assignment that deals with food (gourmet or regular grocery items), restaurants (all kinds), home recipe delivery (like BlueApron.com), or a not-for-profit charity that helps with meals for those who are hungry. It might be with a hotel, or it may be with a company that sells maternity clothing or caters to the needs of mothers-to-be, including Lamaze training (helping women in labor). Cancer also rules home decorating, home arts, and home kitchen and entertaining products, such as cooking tools and pans, pretty dishes, serving platters, glassware, napkins, placemats, and so forth.
Of course, I cannot see your entire chart, so your luck with this surprise job or assignment might be in a different industry, but I wanted to mention the ones above as they are coming up strong in your chart. I listed them to get you thinking.
Mars and Neptune will still be orbiting together by the June 21 new moon solar eclipse, and will again be in hard angle to this second eclipse. This suggests to me that you might not like the salary offered for the job. This job would not be a step up, but rather be on a similar level to the one you had before. If you like the work, you will do well, and later, when we get away from this Mars and Neptune aspect, you may be able to negotiate a raise.
No matter what your employment status, I suggest you try to get a raise at the full moon in your salary sector on September 1. (This date is just prior to Labor Day in the US.) Don’t delay—a full moon is only strong for plus or minus four days.