Your Horoscope by Susan Miller
Jupiter will be in ideal angle to the Sun the day prior, April 15, indicating you will likely have enough money saved to see your home-centered project through to completion. It may take weeks or months to get to a finish, but it will be worth the effort. The point is, if you start on or just after the new moon, April 11, you will have chosen the best time of 2021 to begin.
As the month gets close to drawing down to an end, you will encounter a complex, and perhaps jarring, full moon, April 26. You will not be alone—every one of every sign will have some problems with this radical full moon. Don’t schedule a major event. Here’s why: Uranus, the planet of unanticipated events, will conjoin the Sun and oppose the moon in a very tight aspect indicating many will feel tense at this time.
You may hear news about a friend, or news delivered by a friend, that might upset you or make you worry about the welfare of a friend. Or you may have a sudden disagreement or argument with a friend and have a falling out. Uranus is the planet of unexpected news, and Uranus will conjoin the Sun, indicating that money that is jointly owned (such as if your friend is your roommate, a business partner, or agent as a few examples) will likely form part of the subject of debate. You may feel very hurt and betrayed.
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