Your Horoscope by Susan Miller
Admittedly, on the new moon next month, July 9, Saturn will oppose both Venus and Mars, but I think that aspect would only reflect your concern about keeping things humming along at home, having your children and others who depend on you well cared for. Before (and if) you take on a new position in July, you will have time now to think about those at home and find solutions you can put in place once you accept the new position. These concerns won’t be anything beyond your ability to solve.
Now let’s talk about the eclipses that are ongoing.
You came through the first one May 26 in Sagittarius, 5 degrees. It lit your third house of communication, a house that also governs contracts, agreements, and important papers. You may have been plunged into doing a lot of paperwork in May as a result of sudden news the eclipse brought up. Your sisters and brothers, as well as cousins, are ruled by your solar third house, so you may have had more interaction than usual with one of these relatives.
How any eclipse will affect you also depends on whether that eclipse touches a natal planet or your Sun or moon in your birth chart. It also matters how the other transiting planets, such as Saturn, Uranus, Mars, or Pluto, were speaking to one or more of your natal planets at the same time, and whether transiting planets were in friendly or difficult positions.