Your Horoscope by Susan Miller
If you have been unhappy, a trial separation might be agreed upon to give you time to think. If you’re moving, see if you and your partner can take a vacation apart, and if you have small children, bring them with you. The pandemic has caused a lot of couples to feel they’ve had much too much togetherness. I see this over and over again—one element in life is frustrating, but the person experiencing this frustration (perhaps you or your partner) suddenly finds all of life needs to change. Suddenly, nothing seems right. This is what I call the “bleed effect,” for the frustration simply bleeds throughout your life, making you assume everything is wrong, when that is not true. Try to get to the core of what’s happening, and avoid making a radical change because later, you may wish you had not been hasty.
If your birthday falls on or near May 26, you will feel that eclipse more. Then, most Gemini will experience a life change, possibly an exciting event. You’ll have to see. The same is true if you have Gemini rising 5 degrees or have the natal moon or another planet in Gemini, Libra, Aquarius, Aries, Leo, or Sagittarius at 5 degrees, in all cases plus or minus five degrees.
Eclipses come in pairs, so next month will have an eclipse in Gemini, June 10, and the closer your birthday falls to June 10, the more you will be driven to create your new life. If you have a natal moon in Gemini or a natal planet in Gemini, Libra, Aquarius, Aries, Leo, or Sagittarius at 20 degrees, plus or minus five degrees, you will also notice changes with this eclipse.
There is a glitch, however, because Gemini is ruled by Mercury, and Mercury will go retrograde this month from May 29 to June 22. Again, June 10 will bring changes, but give yourself time to decide your options and choose the best ones for you. I will discuss the June 10 new moon in Gemini next month. For now, watch and listen. Never make an initiation on an eclipse, only respond to others. That bears repeating: Don’t set in motion any actions, but rather only respond to others’ comments and demands—and do so only after reflection of a day or two.