Monthly News from Susan Miller
I am so happy to tell you that I’ll be speaking in Dallas, Texas, on Saturday, February 17, for the NCGR-DFW—Astrological Society of North Texas.
First let’s talk about the forecast I wrote for February. (I will give you the details about Dallas where I will be in person and with availability for access on the Internet below.)
If you have already taken a peek at February’s forecast, you already know that the month will challenge us to think on our feet and make rapid-fire decisions on the spot. Uranus will come knocking and bring his bag of unpredictable surprises when he challenges the new moon in Aquarius on February 9.
Your February Horoscope for Cancer
Last month was all about cooperating with others—your partner, someone you are dating, or someone at work such as your business partner, agent, publicist, accountant, bookkeeper, lawyer, or other specialist who you meet with regularly for business purposes. In the first half of the month, Mars is still urging you to work in tandem with others. This emphasis will soon melt away on February 13, and you will have more control over day-to-day activities.
Sometimes Mars, the energy planet, brings too much energy that goes over the top, and that causes strife. There is no direct indication that this applied to you, but I cannot see all the planets in your unique natal chart. If you did experience a conflict with a close partner or client, things will calm down after Mars departs Capricorn and enters Aquarius on February 13.
After the new moon in Aquarius arrives on February 9, 21 degrees, you will have a crowd of planets in Aquarius, including the Sun, Pluto, and Mercury. By February 13, Mars will be there too, and Venus will join these planets on February 16. That is a lot of energy in your eighth house of other people’s money. It looks as though you will be very focused on finances.
You may be gathering all your papers together to give to your accountant so you can finish your taxes. Or you may be focused on estate planning, making up your will, or deciding how to invest an inheritance or bonus that you recently received. You may be filing for an insurance payout or applying for financial aid from your university.