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Your Horoscope by Susan Miller
If your birthday falls on October 3, plus or minus five days, you likely enjoyed this full moon very much. The same is true if you have Libra rising or your natal moon in Libra, 9 degrees, plus or minus five degrees. Take a look at your chart, as you might have a planet in Libra, Gemini, or Aquarius at 9 degrees, plus or minus five degrees, and if so, that planet was lit up and very helpful to you.
Let’s turn to your finances now. You seem to have been concerned about the high level of spending you’ve had lately, and you may not have been able to keep expenses down. One expense that likely came up in January—a rather large one—seems to have come out of the blue and rattled you a little. This was due to assertive Mars orbiting close to unpredictable Uranus, although they are gradually separating. By March 3, Mars will leave this part of your chart, your eighth house of credit cards, taxes, student loans, and so forth. Once Mars leaves, he will not create the inflammation he might have in January, and to a smaller extent, will continue to do in February.
The month will sparkle brightly once you get to the new moon on February 11 in Aquarius at 23 degrees. At this time, the new moon in her white gown will arrive with her entourage: her partner the Sun in his tux, your ruler Venus, Mercury, the planet of news, Saturn, the teacher planet, and Jupiter, the planet of good fortune. All these heavenly bodies will crowd into one tiny slice of the pizza—your fifth house of true love, fun, and romance. There are many possibilities of how this will turn out! Jupiter will stay almost all year as he will leave December 28, not to return for 12 years. Saturn will stay here until March 7, 2023.
By Sunday, February 14, the moon will be in Aries, the sign of your significant other, and Venus and Jupiter… will lend a loving air to Valentine’s Day. …Do something to make this day memorable. This has all the potential of a Valentine’s Day for the record books.