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Your Horoscope by Susan Miller
On October 27, we have a difficult new moon in Scorpio, at four degrees, which will light your sixth house of work assignments. Uranus will directly oppose both the transiting Sun and new moon, both conjunct at exact degree, and Uranus will also be at four degrees in Taurus, Scorpio’s opposite sign. Taurus stands 180 degrees away from Uranus. Uranus will put the Sun and moon under duress, so you and I have to develop a plan. First, the moon rules your income, so a client or source of income may suddenly break off and end, without warning.
The Sun will be put under pressure too, and the Sun rules contractual matters, so you may want to leave a contract but find the other side is putting up all sorts of demands and barbed wire if you do leave. You have to handle this new moon gingerly. Since you now know it is coming, make any big moves early in the month and avoid doing anything at the end of the month. As you know, your ruling planet will retrograde at the same time, indicating a measure of chaos and delay is due up ahead.
Scorpio’s rulers are both Pluto and Mars—it is a sign with two guardian planets—and looking at their condition shows how this will play out. However, Mars and Pluto will not be friendly—in fact, they will be at each other’s throats. Mars is in your house of love, creativity, and children and will be at odds with Pluto in your house of credit, loans, and one-time large outlays of cash, so an obstacle may come up in your private life that will cause you to need to either pay out a large sum or, perhaps, not receive certain income you were counting on receiving.
If you are self-employed, one client may leave. This is part of the normal attrition of business, so don’t be too upset at this news—you can find a better source. The client might work in the media world and be based in a foreign country. Alternatively, it may be that a legal matter or clause in a contract could be troublesome and you will want to negotiate a change in the contract’s language, but the other side could take a hard line and refuse to do so. You may not be able to find accord, and in that case, you might voluntarily give up and walk out.
Indeed, it could be a touchy situation, and it will take time to sort out. New moons can require six months of talks to come to a settlement, in this case, until May 2020. We are all in the same boat with this new moon in that everyone will have to cope with it in different areas of life and different ways. It is not a full moon, so you may not be outwardly emotional but rather more rational and intellectual in approach.