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Your Horoscope by Susan Miller
The problem is Mercury will be retrograde until July 12, so if you do move in early July, it looks to be a temporary, stop-gap solution. That may be okay with you—sometimes we need a solution now. In that case, you can keep many of your items packed or possibly in storage.
As I mentioned earlier, the July 4-5 eclipse might alternatively bring news about a family member, and if so, most likely it would concern your mother or father or a person you think of as your mother or father, say, if you were adopted. Astrologers always look first to those who gave you life, or those who cared for you as a child. If not one of those individuals, then we go to grandparents, and then if there’s no news about one of them, to a member of your immediate family that you see frequently or feel close to. If you were adopted and have been looking for your birth mother or father, this eclipse could help you find one another.
This July 4-5 eclipse is mixed, so let’s take the downside first. Mars is now in Aries, a sign it entered on June 27, and will stay until January 6, 2021. Mars is opposed to your Sun, so if you have a birthday that falls in September, you are feeling Mars in that position. You probably feel you are not in full control of your life right now and that others have the upper hand. If this is true for you, the only way forward is to cooperate with others and listen to their opinions, ideas, and advice.
At work, VIPs will now question ideas you contribute, even if they’ve always loved what you had to say. You will think that is odd and wonder if there is something in their drinking water to make them act so weirdly skeptical. No, that’s often the way it is when you have Mars opposition the Sun. Okay, no problem—Libra, of all signs, works best in a partnering two-some cooperative situation.