Your Horoscope by Susan Miller
By now you know how that May 26 full moon eclipse in late last month affected you.
The hard part about even good eclipses is that they are always on a mission to create rapid changes and strike suddenly. The last eclipse in May was a full moon, so if that one touched the degrees in your natal chart, the response in you was likely quite emotional. Lunar eclipses are always full moons, and they mark a finish, culmination, or end. Lunar eclipses make us emotional, sometimes in a happy way, but sometimes they make us or sentimental when the news make us sharply aware of the passage of time.
Now here comes the second eclipse, as eclipses always come in pairs. The coming eclipse is a new moon solar eclipse, so it will mark a start of something new. It will not be emotional—instead it will set you in motion.
Due June 10, this solar eclipse will be in Gemini, an air sign like your Libra Sun. This is a happy coincidence, for you will absorb what happens more easily and naturally than most other signs. Your ninth house of distant travel will be lit up, so you may get a chance to travel, and if so, do so joyfully, but also with care. The pandemic has been hard on Libra, for you love to be with friends—they give you oxygen and energy. Some signs, like Scorpio, need time alone, and when a Scorpio does socialize, they tend to do so one friend at a time. Libra would rather see several friends at once. This eclipse may give you a chance to pack and go and to reconnect with your world. You will be excited by that possibility.