Your Horoscope by Susan Miller
When you have an eclipse in your own sign, it often means a change in your domestic condition too, for the moon has sway over events in the home and family. You might be ready to welcome a new baby, or you may see a roommate, spouse, or sweetheart leave (or you may be the one to move out). That is a lot of change to juggle, but there is more. You may need to adjust your finances to lifestyle changes that you might experience. I say this because the moon is the natural ruler of your second house of salary, possessions, and sources of income. A lunar eclipse may bring expenses, more income, or both. Your mother (ruled by the moon) may need you to assist her, as well.
Gemini who were born on May 29 will be the most likely readers to be touched by this November 30 eclipse, and add a plus or minus of five days. The same is true if you have a natal moon in Gemini or Sagittarius of 9 degrees, in all cases plus or minus five degrees.
At a lunar eclipse, something ends, and something else begins. They make us more emotional, and sometimes sentimental, even when the change is welcome. Eclipses remind us of the passage of time.
Next month’s new moon on December 14 will mark a start and it won’t make you nostalgic—it will be quite exciting.
A full moon in Scorpio will greet you the moment the month begins. Although it technically arrived on October 31, you will feel the effects of this difficult full moon for the first four days of November. Uranus will oppose the Sun and conjoin the moon, a volatile configuration that signifies separations or radical change. This full moon occurred in Taurus, your twelfth house of secrets, so if anyone has withheld an important piece of information from you, you will hear about it as a result of this supermoon eclipse. (A supermoon orbits very close to Earth and looks huge in the night sky.)