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Your Horoscope by Susan Miller
Keep your eye on a rocky day on October 12, when Venus in Scorpio will be opposed by Uranus in Taurus, possibly causing problems with a work assignment. Watching this dispute between Venus and Uranus will be Jupiter, and this benefic planet will rush to diffuse the problem. A collaborator may help you catch any details that are about to fall between the cracks.
The full moon on October 13 in Aries, at 20 degrees, will continue to carry the social theme forward in a merry way. Over the weekend of October 12-13, and possibly including Monday, October 14 (which, in the US, is a holiday, Columbus Day), you will be among many warm and friendly people. You may go to a party, wedding, baby shower, concert, or sporting event where the tickets are hard to come by. Alternatively, you could go to a seminar, conference, or retreat where you will make new friends in your industry. This full moon is made for you, for it is in a fire sign that blends so well with your Gemini sign.
It is so wonderful that, at this full moon, the good fortune planet Jupiter in your partnership sector will send a golden beam to that full moon based in your eleventh house of not only friendship but a house that also rules hopes and wishes. Something you dearly want to happen could materialize now, and you’ll have reason to be thrilled.
It is true that Pluto will be in hard angle to this full moon, so you may have concerns regarding a financial matter. You may hear you owe taxes or need to pay out quite a bit of money, and with both Pluto and Saturn close, you will have no choice but to send the money. Still, you have Jupiter on your side, which is a great blessing, so a partner in love or business may be helpful and give you part or all of the money you need.
If your birthday falls on June 10, plus or minus five days, you will feel the benefits of this full moon the most. The same is true if you have Gemini rising, at 20 degrees, or a natal planet in Gemini, Libra, or Aquarius at that degree, plus or minus five degrees.