Your Horoscope by Susan Miller
The eighth house, where all the action will happen due to the full moon, has one other possibility that I should note. It is also the house of surgery, so you might suddenly need to take care of a dental or medical problem. Full moons move events along very quickly, which is good—if you need the help of a doctor or dentist, before you can think about it, it’s over and done, and you can go back to your life.
I am not saying all these things could occur, just one. Because this month is so loaded with unanticipated events, I am listing them so that you can be ready for anything.
You will be happy to hear that Mercury, the planet of communication and commerce (including buying, selling, negotiating, and shipping) which has been retrograde since October 13, will go direct on November 3. Very soon, you can start to shop for electronics and machines, which are also ruled by Mercury. You will be able to start to sign contracts, too. Don’t be in too much of a rush, however, because it’s never wise to act too close to the start and end dates of Mercury retrograde, for Mercury is at his worst at those times.
I can tell by your chart that you’ve been very interested in improving the look of your home, and you may have even moved (even during a pandemic).
At the time of the November 30 eclipse, Mercury will be in Scorpio, your second house of income, possessions, savings, and earnings, so money should come in, and of course, this would be good news for so many reasons.