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Your Horoscope by Susan Miller
Another way matters could turn out is that you may be finishing up an important, charitable event that brings you much publicity. Neptune is the planet of compassion, and if you work in a not-for-profit or for a company in any field that has been moved to help alleviate suffering brought on by the pandemic, you might join in. With Saturn in Aquarius, you will see the start of a trend that brings together ordinary people who are moved to help people who are having a hard time rather than waiting for the government to act (by 2021, the governments of the world won’t have the money to help—it will be up to each of us to pitch in).
Keep in mind that at the time of the June 5 eclipse, we’ll have most planets in what astrologers call mutable signs. Mutable signs are Gemini, Sagittarius, Pisces, and Virgo. We have the Sun and Venus in Gemini, the eclipsed moon in Sagittarius, and Mars and Neptune in Pisces. Mutable signs are flexible and highly adaptable.
Jupiter and Mercury will play leading roles in this eclipse. Jupiter will be conjunct Pluto and actually be friendly to Neptune and Mars, which is a big relief because the planets will be cooperating and not taking out their big guns at one another. Mercury is also friendly and will be harmonious to Uranus, planet of surprise, so if anyone owes you money, you may be stunned to see it delivered to you.
Overall, eclipses are enlightening because they expose a floodlight of information and truth. It is like a puzzle piece falls out of the sky, and when you place that one puzzle piece into the rest of the puzzle, the picture changes, and you have a eureka moment. Suddenly, an odd feeling or mystery is solved. Additionally, you will see yourself in a new light, and perhaps revel in your own independence.