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Your Horoscope by Susan Miller
You will lose Mars in Aquarius on May 12 when he moves into Pisces, so if you have an influential individual that you still want to meet with over Zoom or send a proposal to, do it quickly. Having Mars in Aquarius will give you presence—people will sit up and listen to what you have to say, for you will present your ideas in a compelling, passionate way.
Having Mars in your sign also tells me that you are beginning an important two-year cycle right now, so plant your seeds, and later, you will see them grow like Jack-and-the-Beanstalk’s beans. I love your timing. I say that because at the full moon, Mercury, ruling news and publicity, will be in lovely conversation with Neptune. Your photograph may be in the media with a fabulous write-up about your recent work.
The first big moment to watch this month will be the full moon in Scorpio, 17 degrees, May 7 in your tenth house of honors, awards, and achievement. This is a major turning point of the year, and if you are out of work, you may get a job offer, or if you are among the ones who were asked to stay on, a new title. It’s also possible you may get the kind of publicity you never imagined you’d get, and you’ll be thrilled.
A VIP believes in you, and you may not know this person is pulling the strings behind the black velvet curtain, helping you in a big way. I say this because this full moon will be within orb of a sextile (bringing opportunity) from good-fortune Jupiter and transformational Pluto. There is no doubt this is a special full moon. Scorpio (the sign of this full moon) likes to do deep research, putting details together to reveal something new or previously hidden, so this might apply now to the work you are praised for having done.
You are determined to succeed, even if the world economy is frightful—you know there are always winners in any situation. You see a certain amount of chaos as a normal part of life, and for any creativity to emerge, you sometimes need a wild environment like we have now. That insight is one of your assets.