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Your Horoscope by Susan Miller
You have made it through a tough October, and early November was not easy either, but things began to ease by the mid-to-late November. Now, at long last, you will get to your glorious month, December. Two major planets, Saturn and Jupiter, will change signs and move into places that will strongly support, rather than challenge you. Saturn, in particular, has made things hard for you, but you emerged leaner, wiser, and ready to handle anything life throws your way.
First, let’s talk about the coming eclipses, because we are squarely in eclipse season. The ones we are having now are in a new family of signs, the first of which first arrived on June 5 when a lunar eclipse occurred in Sagittarius.
The next eclipse tied to that one of June 5 just occurred November 30 in Gemini, 9 degrees, arriving just one day before December began. You may or may not have received its message yet, as all full moons, including eclipses, have a plus four to five days of influence beyond the date it technically arrived, bringing you into the first few days of December.
I should add here that 10% of readers may have felt an important event related to the November 30 eclipse one month earlier, October 30, plus or minus five days. Others, roughly 15% of readers, will feel an eclipse one month later, bringing you to December 30, plus or minus five days. Most—75% of readers—will feel the eclipse right on the day, or within five days of that date.