Your Horoscope by Susan Miller
The universe will continue the financial drumbeat most of the month, again noticeably at the full moon lunar eclipse in Taurus on November 19. This eclipse may mark the end of one source of income. If so, don’t worry—soon there will be the start of another source.
You may now hear that you have been approved for a bank loan or mortgage, or will finalize the division of property negotiation. Often a lunar eclipse will mark emotional moments in your timeline, but stay calm. Neptune’s position and fine attitude toward your salary sector underscores how well respected you are at the office for your unique approach to problem-solving and how well you work with others. Anything you might “lose” at eclipse time can be reversed and triumphed over if you play your cards right and look for new sources quickly.
The joy you experience in life as a Libra usually comes through your lively social life and by being with your children.
If looking for love, Libra, of all the signs, still has the best possibilities for finding their north star—the one for you. Jupiter, the giver of good fortune, is posited in your fifth house of love, children, fun, leisure, and creative expression. Jupiter will remain in this area of your chart until December 28, next month, before moving on. You’ve had Jupiter in your fifth house almost all year, but if you’ve not yet found love, you have November and December to devote to this purpose.
Fortunately, December is a happy time of the year—you and others will be more relaxed, open and happy—and socializing becomes easier. Keep up a good spirit. Cupid knows you want love and will help you find the love you want, and it will be the most enduring and heartfelt kind. You will have to do your part, though, by being open and welcoming to others. You may think you know precisely the type of the partner you want to meet, but love is surprising and often delightfully unpredictable—you may be amazed at the person you fall for in coming weeks. Enjoy the process.
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