Your Horoscope by Susan Miller
The Spanish Flu of 1918-1919 has become a focus to this day, more than 100 years after it reared its ugly head. If you Google “Spanish Flu,” you will read that although the pandemic ended by 1920, the Spanish Flu is, in fact, still with us. It is the H1N1 virus. It has mutated through the years, and we now call it the seasonal flu (https://www.cdc.gov/flu/pandemic-resources/1918-pandemic-h1n1.html). The end of the pandemic brought in the celebratory Roaring Twenties, known for its cultural explosion of beautiful creativity in art, architecture, fashion, music, and more. I think something like that will eventually happen to us in 2023.
As an aside, the Spanish Flu reportedly began in Kansas City, Kansas (US), not in Spain, but its actual origin is still unknown.
I worry because taskmaster Saturn will remain in Aquarius, a respiratory air sign, until it moves into Pisces on March 7, 2023. I think that’s when we will be able to exhale, and in the meantime, we will continue to take baby steps toward normalization. Saturn has had a detrimental effect on the coronavirus. Saturn asks us to be realistic, informed, objective, and practical.
I will say one more thing as I leave this subject: The weakest, most sensitive part of Gemini’s body is the lungs. Be sure to protect yourself.
You went through a particularly expensive time during May, so if you feel money has run through your fingers, you may be right. The good news is that the flow of money outward won’t be nearly as extreme after Mars moves out of Cancer on June 11. Furthermore, your career is setting off celebratory fireworks now that lucky Jupiter has temporarily entered your tenth house of fame and honors for the first time in 12 years—Jupiter has rolled up his sleeves and will be working hard to show you new ways you can earn income.