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Your Horoscope by Susan Miller
Don’t feel badly that it will take another month for Venus to be back to her former peppy self. You’d have to wait for her brother Mercury to get back to normal anyway since he is currently retrograde, too. Mercury started to retrograde on June 17 and will turn direct on July 12. So many planets have been retrograde since June or before—Pluto, Neptune, Saturn, and Jupiter, all of which will continue sliding backwards for a while—in addition to Mercury and Venus, which turned direct in June 24.
It may help to know that we more strongly feel the retrogrades of planets that orbit closest to earth, namely Venus, Mars, and Mercury. This situation of most planets retrograde has made it hard for you to make any kind of substantial progress at home or at work.
Mercury will be back to his old self beginning July 26. (Mercury is a spry little planet, so he gets up to speed faster than Venus can.) As said earlier, although Venus went direct late last month, she won’t be back to her energetic self until August 6.
In the meantime, you can do research on various companies that you might want to pitch for a job or develop business with—it will be the perfect time to do so. The more research you do, the more knowledgeable you will appear when you contact them.
You may see a breakthrough in your finances on the July 4-5 eclipse as a side benefit, thanks to Uranus’ position in your eighth house of other people’s money.