Your Horoscope by Susan Miller
On October 10, Saturn will go direct as well, having been retrograde since May 23. Saturn rules your residence, other property you might own or rent, and your family members’ homes, particularly, your parent’s. Matters related to any of these areas will advance at a faster pace. Looking forward, January 2, 2022, will be a critical new moon for you. If that one fails, your other option will come at the full moon July 13, 2022.
Jupiter will turn direct on October 17, having been retrograde since June 20. This change will jazz your social life quite a bit. You are one sign that gets oxygen from being with others, so you will love this change. This would be the most perfect weekend to see a friend you’ve not seen and plan to catch up over dinner. Be careful, wear your mask, and get vaccinated as the pandemic continues.
Of course, as said, Mercury goes direct on October 18, so a few days afterwards, you will see a blast of energy, and the pace of your life will go much more quickly. If you have done your research, asked questions, had interviews, or prepared to move forward on the items you’ve prioritized, by the time you get to the full moon, you should be ready to swing into motion.
The full moon will occur on October 20 in Aries at 27 degrees. This full moon is likely to be supremely friendly and will light your seventh house of partnerships—you may get engaged or married. This could be an outstandingly romantic moment of the month, and add five days beyond October 20 to allow the full moon to deliver its message. You will have so much going for you at this time.