A Note from Susan Miller
This will be a big month, for we have two major eclipses, one July 2 in Cancer, and the other July 16 in Capricorn. Eclipses are a big deal in astrology, because they are the most dramatic tool the universe uses to shake us awake and create instant change. If you know your rising sign, read for that sign as well, for both forecasts would apply to you, and you will have a 360-degree picture of the month ahead.
Your Horoscope by Susan Miller
July will be an important month where you will want to move forward and make decisions, but the planets won’t cooperate—they will set roadblocks to deliberately slow you down. You’ll have to be patient, but delays will benefit you, a truth you will see later, in hindsight, as you move a little beyond July.
The eclipses are back, and they will almost instantly change your priorities and plans. That’s why you should not assertively press forward—the cosmos is kicking up a lot of dust, and it will be impossible to see the new picture shaping up until everything settles down.
The first eclipse will arrive July 2 as a total eclipse of the Sun in Cancer, 11 degrees, which is a very strong new moon. This one will spark a new career opportunity, and if you took a job last month or investigate an offer this month, you will soon find it would be a prestigious step up. Uranus, the planet of surprise, will send a golden mathematic beam to the total eclipse of the Sun and new moon in your prestigious tenth house of honors, awards, and achievements.
It is very likely you are landing an exciting new position or starting a smart and savvy new venture. The job on the table seems to be enviable with a surprising potential for very generous compensation, especially if you agreed to a performance-based system of payment, such as through bonuses, commissions, royalties, or licensing fees to supplement your salary. If you are self-employed, you appear to have a great idea that will be lifting off the ground soon. The harder and smarter you work, the more successful you will be, and the more money you’ll make. Not all positions are like that—some are all glory but no money, or lots of money but no prestige. This one has both.