Your Horoscope by Susan Miller
At the November 19 full moon lunar eclipse, things are coming to a conclusion or culmination. Uranus, planet of unanticipated events, won’t be angry at the Sun and moon any more, but now will be taunting Mars with a direct 180-degree opposition, so tension will be heightened—this aspect is capable of great explosive energy and anger. Be careful with the words you choose and the inflection in your voice when you deliver a comment—you will need to avoid inflaming this situation.
If you are trying to get money from someone—let’s say you are in the process of a divorce and attempting to negotiate the fair division of property—this full moon lunar eclipse could turn out to be difficult. Let your lawyer do the talking.
Let’s look at Mars a bit more closely for a minute. Mars entered your sector of earned income (second house) on October 30, to leave December 13. Mars in this part of your chart will almost always heighten spending.
This is the first time in two years that you’ve hosted Mars in this area for six weeks (the typical visit of Mars). Mars rules your marriage or a business partner in Libra’s solar chart, so your partner may be causing the money to flow out of your bank account, say, because your spouse is starting a business, needs to pay back taxes, or is otherwise in a financial jam.