Your Horoscope by Susan Miller
For the most part, the new eclipses due will be beneficial and arrive as a full moon lunar eclipse in Sagittarius on June 5, a full moon lunar eclipse in Gemini on November 30, and as a new moon solar eclipse in Sagittarius on December 14. Three more eclipses in this series are due next year, in 2021. If you don’t make the decision, the universe will make the choice for you through one or more of the eclipses. That’s not ideal, right? You will want to be in control. As I said, the universe does not tolerate the status quo and will create reasons to move you forward.
Mars will move into Capricorn on February 16 and will remain there until March 30. To say you will be fairly obsessed with money matters is an understatement, for Mars will tour your eighth house of other people’s money. Your expenses will rise during this period, and perhaps you have planned to send a large check to cover an important goal. For example, you may be saving to send your tuition payment to your university or to make an investment in your business (if self-employed). You may be preparing to take a significant trip or buy a house. As you see, you may be expecting this outflow of cash. If you don’t anticipate high-level check writing, be conservative in spending and see how things go.
Mars will join Pluto, Jupiter, and Saturn already in that house, so you will have four major planets in your eighth house of other people’s money, a sector that also rules jointly held funds. It is possible that money has become a bone of contention, either with a spouse or a business partner/collaborator, and that you will need to have a heart-to-heart discussion. If you are self-employed, you may be wondering if one of the companies you do business with will ever pay you because lately, this company has not paid you promptly. Fortunately, you have Jupiter in that same area of the chart protecting your financial interests. You could have your lawyer write a letter to remind the client of their obligation if a lack of payment to you goes on too long.
Alternatively, it may be the opposite situation—that you are quite a money magnet, a wonderful problem to have. You may realize that you need advice how to manage the generous income that will soon be pouring into your bank account. You may want advice on taxes (now that you are heading into a new bracket), how to write a business plan, how to raise money from venture capitalists, or how to qualify for a line of credit from a bank. On the other hand, you may receive a hefty cash advance on a book you will soon begin to write. All this is so exciting.