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Your Horoscope by Susan Miller
The problem with this new moon is that Mars (planet of energy) is close to Uranus (the planet of surprise), taunting one or two of the planets in Aquarius from your twelfth house of behind-the-scenes activities. It seems a friend might be jealous of your success, but instead of telling you, would rather sulk around and act oddly. You might want to assure your friend that they matter to you and that soon they, too, will have something to celebrate. So many people have struggled with being shuttered within, so give your friend time to adjust and try not to be judgmental.
If you are signing a contract, forget about trying to save money—hire a lawyer. With Uranus at odds with Saturn in your legal house, this will be worth every penny, for the one clause you overlook could come back to bite you and prove to be a costly mistake.
Despite these little ripples, you’ll have substantial cosmic help, and you can win this round, but it will not be a smooth-as-silk victory. You will have all you need to triumph, but you will need to be prepared to negotiate to make the situation fair. With Uranus involved, you won’t expect what might surface. Take your time.
This same new moon of February 11, and the full moon before that, January 28, both gave you a longing to travel. You’ve been cooped up in your apartment for months due to the coronavirus, but it may still be too early to venture out. You might want to use the time to become deeply involved in a writing project, and as you do your research, the walls should drop away as your imagination takes flight.
Until authorities say it is safe to return to parts of your normal life, be careful. Mars will be in Taurus until March 3, lighting your twelfth house and putting you in contact with medical personnel more than usual. Now is no time to take chances with your health. Gemini’s weak body part is always the lungs, so dress appropriately when you do daily errands, and keep your chest and hands warm.