Your Horoscope by Susan Miller
If you have a more serious situation – which is possible, due to the presence of Saturn in your home sector – you may consider having your mother or father come to live. If your parent is ill and needs you, this might be the solution. It is a good time to do that, but it will require adjustment, as family dynamics change and need to settle in.
This solar eclipse, January 5, which focuses on your home and family, will be similar to the one that occurred 19 years ago, on January 5, 2000. If you can recall what happened then, you might get an idea of the themes that might come up now. Nothing in the past repeats exactly, as other planets surrounding the eclipse will have since moved to very different positions, but you might notice a similar motif, and that can give you clues of what might come up.
If your birthday falls on October 8, plus or minus four days, you may feel the solar eclipse the most. Keep in mind that new moons bring fresh beginnings, so you may like the shifts taking place now.
The month holds a second eclipse, a full moon lunar eclipse in Leo, one degree, on January 20, lighting your eleventh house of friendship, but it will be somewhat troublesome. A situation might go very wrong, suddenly and without warning, and you will have to watch what you say, for if you jump to conclusions and are accusatory, you may lose a friendship forever.
A full moon brings an ending or culmination, and in this case, it might bring an event, such as a birthday party or wedding. Uranus, based in your partnership sector, will be angry at the moon in Leo, and your friend in the potentially charged scene appears to be female. Uranus will challenge the Sun in your new love (dating) house too, setting up a complex situation. Everyone will be on edge at this eclipse, so people you encounter of every sign will be walking on eggshells due to circumstances in their own lives.