Your Horoscope by Susan Miller
The eclipse of last month on May 26 may have presented you with the need to choose the direction of a close romantic or business relationship. You may have had to decide whether to make the partnership official or part ways. Or a partner may have left, not of your choosing, and if so, I am sorry. If you were rejected professionally by an agent, don’t lose sleep over it—it was his loss. Eclipses can be hard. If on the other hand, you’ve been unhappy and have tried to fix the relationship for some time, the eclipse may require you to go to couples therapy to assess things, and you may finally give up and leave.
If you want the relationship to continue, the fact that Saturn and Uranus are at odds suggests the roles you both assumed in the relationship may need to change, perhaps radically. That May 26 eclipse was a full moon, and full moon eclipses usually mark a highly emotional time, but this time, you seem content and philosophical about your decision. If you became engaged, you are, of course, more than content—you’re deliriously happy. Your seventh house, which rules your spouse or steady personal attachments, and where this eclipse appeared, also rules your business partners, agents, publicists, and other close business collaborators.
Eclipses come in pairs, so the next one due is on June 10 in Gemini, 20 degrees. Saturn will be very helpful to you by sending glittering vibrations to the Sun, new moon solar eclipse, and your ruler Mercury, all in Gemini. That means you will be given two opportunities—Gemini is the sign of twins—and one should have stability and a chance for long-term gain. You will likely be feeling confident and ready to start something new.