News from Susan Miller
Just when I thought I could not cry any more than I already had, more tears came. I want to thank you for your kind messages of condolences that you sent me on social media concerning the passing of my beloved former husband, Don H Miller. Don and I had remained close throughout time—I met Don when I was 23 and married him when I was 25. Many of you saw our wedding photograph and other photographs that I posted on Instagram and Twitter @astrologyzone (I use the same name on both platforms). They are on Facebook, too. There are different photos of Don Miller with our daughters, Chrissie and Diana. Most show them when they were little, on their own Instagram accounts @Chrissie Miller and @DianaLMiller (Diana has a middle initial “L”).
Don had formed a strong fatherly bond with both Chrissie and Diana, and they adored their father. We all have been in mourning ever since Don passed away in May .We had a touching memorial service for Don on May 24. We all loved his gentle, kind, and loving ways, his sense of humor, and strong, curious intellect. I still cannot believe he is gone.
Your Horoscope by Susan Miller
The eclipses are back—they arrive every six months and come in pairs—so life may have become a rollercoaster lately. Take as much time as you need to assimilate news that is suddenly given to you. You are now in the middle of two eclipses, the first one arrived last month, May 26, as an emotional full moon lunar eclipse. The second eclipse on June 10 in Gemini, 20 degrees, will be a new moon and not nearly as emotional. In fact, it will likely bring news you will like.
The full moon eclipse of May 26 fell in your marriage/committed relationship sector, so a person dearly important to you might have been your focus. If you’re separated or divorced, this area of your chart, so strongly lit, includes your first spouse. In astrology, your first spouse is ruled by the seventh house, and if you re-marry, the second mate would be ruled by the ninth house. Each time a person remarries, the ninth house (two houses away) rules your second marriage partner. If you married three times, that marriage would be ruled by the eleventh house. If you were like Elizabeth Taylor and kept getting married, then it would go to the first house for the fourth spouse, and so on.
For an eclipse to affect you, it would have to be on or within 8 or 10 degrees of a certain sign that touches one of your natal planets, your natal Sun or moon, or your rising sign. You already know if the May 26 lunar eclipse touched you with news.
Keep in mind, eclipses work with time differently than normal new and full moons. You can feel an eclipse on the day (75 percent of people do), one month to the day earlier (10 percent of people do), or one month to the day later (15 percent of people feel it later). That means some people felt news near April 26, May 26, or will feel it June 26—in all cases, plus or minus five days.