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Your Horoscope by Susan Miller
Your best aspect at this time of the month will involve Neptune’s sparkling beam to Jupiter, a feature of 2020, as this is rare and will encourage your creativity quite a bit. Neptune and Jupiter first met this year on February 20, and they will meet again on July 27. Both will be in retrograde, so this conjunction will be the weakest one but still helpful to you, and their last meeting will come October 12, 2020.
After that, both Neptune and Jupiter will go their separate ways. If you are in a creative field or support creative people, such as if you are an agent, producer, manager, creative director, or in any other role that has you interfacing with artist types, you will do well at this new moon.
Next month will be vastly better, but we first need to see what messages the eclipses will deliver, and we cannot plan until we know. Eclipses all have a second act, so sometimes we feel an eclipse was terrible when it really helped our progress—keep an open mind. In July, we have to watch and listen—August will provide a calmer atmosphere and a blank canvas on which to paint your future.
Your focus on your home residence and family will continue in July. You have come through two eclipses, June 5 and June 21, and now we have the last one, due July 4-5 in Capricorn. Eclipses always bring surprise news, so you may get notice of a new apartment or house that has become available that you could move into quickly, and it will come at the right price. Be ready for the offer, for it will arise suddenly. This will be a full moon eclipse, so you’d have to voice your decision instantly or risk having the opportunity evaporate. The same is true if you are looking for a new piece of furniture. Be careful, however, as Mercury is retrograde now—wait until after July 12, and leave a space of days from that date.