Your Horoscope by Susan Miller
It is a New Year, and few people will be as happy as you to enter 2021, for once you begin January, you will certainly feel the difference. Mars, the warrior planet, has spent an unusually long time in your seventh house of relationships—specifically, Mars emphasized your spouse or long-term established partner or a person you collaborate with for work. Mars is noisy and brash and has been a handful for you to host in this area of your chart because Mars has been opposing your Sun. If you felt you were not getting along smoothly with your mate, sweetheart, or business partner, point to Mars, which was stirring the pot and making your life difficult.
This trend was unusually hard because Mars entered your seventh house on June 27 and will finally leave on January 6. That is a very long time to host Mars in one sign (or house) of the horoscope, and this lengthy stay was caused by the retrograde of Mars from September 9 to November 13. All the while, Mars stayed in the sign it rules, Aries, so Mars was particularly strong in that sign. Having Mars opposed to your Sun (six signs away at 180 degrees) is no fun, but after January 6, your relationship with someone important to you should improve.
Mars will move into your eighth house of credit and other people’s money, including money you share with another person. This is not an easy place to host Mars either because it could bring disagreements about how money is appropriated. You may have a disagreement with a partner or firm about commissions or royalties due. You may scramble when you find out how much you owe for taxes, a student loan, mortgage, or back rent owed to a landlord.