Your Horoscope by Susan Miller
With a new moon in your eighth house, I feel you can locate a pipeline of money after January 12 and the days and weeks that follow because a new moon is always strongest directly after it appears. Mars will reach out to lovely Venus from behind the scenes—in this case, Venus is emphasizing money—so it appears someone will be working on your behalf, although you may not be cognizant of this kind person’s support now, or ever.
You should know about something else that has been going on in the background for months: Mars’ tour of Aries, a fire sign that blends well with yours. While Mars was in his extended stay in Aries, you had great interaction with friends and new acquaintances, and you got used to hearing from them on a regular basis. We are in a pandemic, so hopefully you didn’t see your friends in person, but stayed connected by phone or video chatting. You also might have seen your social media followers increase during this period. Now, your focus will change completely and dramatically.
Mars is now entering a quiet place in your solar chart, your twelfth house, a place where you will want to draw within to think about your future. It’s a time of inner reflection and planning. The twelfth house, where Mars will be from January 6 to March 3, echoes the womb, the place you occupied before you were born. This house is considered a place of enormous creativity, especially when working in solitude. Once Mars moves on to Gemini, it will be in your solar first house, a very busy and critical time for fresh starts (March 3 to April 23).
I have been reading reports about how the pandemic has affected various individuals. As a writer, I am used to working long hours alone at home. Some weeks, I don’t see a single person. My staff is based all over the globe, so we have been in virtual mode for many years. I assumed everyone would prefer working remotely because it is so much easier to concentrate, but I could not have been more wrong.