A Note from Susan Miller
April will be a good, cheerful, and productive month until we get to the monster full moon in Scorpio on April 26. I know I am writing this on April 1, April Fool’s Day, and I wish I were pranking you. This full moon will be no joke.
I am concerned about this full moon because Uranus, the planet of all things unexpected, will directly oppose the full moon in Scorpio on April 26. Uranus will be conjunct the Sun in Taurus, and Venus and Mercury will be in Taurus as well, making those planets unstable, too.
Your Horoscope by Susan Miller
You are entering April in a very happy mood, for you just experienced a full moon late last month on March 28 that fell in Libra, 8 degrees. It was one of the sweetest full moons of the year, so no doubt, you found a way to use it to your full advantage. You may have taken a quick trip, as Mars is still in Gemini, a holdover from last month, which is stimulating your travel sector. Perhaps you were able to get away for several days to a pretty setting to enjoy the sunshine and fresh air.
This full moon in Libra was so special because it looped in the support of Mars in Gemini, your ninth house of travel, and Saturn in Aquarius, your fifth house of fun, leisure, romance, creativity, conception, pregnancy, and fun with children. All three of these heavenly bodies were in air signs, placing the full moon in Libra, 120 degrees from Mars in Gemini, and in the other direction, 120 degrees to Saturn in Aquarius. Closing the gap, Mars was divinely positioned, 120 degrees to Saturn. Altogether, they formed a glittering, golden triangle of harmony in the sky.
Rather than have to focus on one sector or another in your horoscope, the Libra full moon of March 28 allowed you to direct its energy in any way you liked—the result was fantastic. Look at what you did at the end of March for a clue to what truly makes you happy.
Mars entered Gemini last month on March 3, and since then, you’ve been anxious to travel. If you do get away, you’ll have to be smart about where you go. Cities all over the globe are experiencing a fourth wave of the pandemic, so authorities would rather you stay home.