Your Horoscope by Susan Miller
Make an appointment with your doctor, and see what the test results show. Mercury is no longer retrograde, so you might want to attend to this now, before the holidays. Neptune’s fine angle to the Sun and new moon suggests that a newly developed medicine might be helpful. (Just avoid November 4 and November 13 and a few days surrounding each of those dates).
In a month that seems to have everything, on November 19, we will have a full moon lunar eclipse in Taurus, 27 degrees, starting eclipse season. This eclipse will appear in your twelfth house of secrets, confidential matters, and confinement. Lunar eclipses are super-strong full moons, and because eclipses are always in a hurry to deliver a floodlight of truth and full disclosure, if there was information that you never knew, never was given, or that someone didn’t want you to know, it will suddenly spring forth with the force of a geyser. Your intuition will be very strong in November—one of the protective tools the universe will provide you with to cope with all this activity.
Eclipses always coincide with new and full moons, but they jack up the energy of those lunations, making them new and full moons on steroids. Eclipses are powerful, and often they bring landmark life events we long remember.
The twelfth house rules secrets, so when a full moon or an eclipse happens there, a secret often comes to light. Since the November 19 full moon is a lunar eclipse in Taurus (your twelfth house), if you do hear of news that someone tried to hide from you, it will likely rattle you and require that you make adjustments, depending on what you hear.