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Your Horoscope by Susan Miller
Sometimes, news of an eclipse is not always welcome, so for example, you could hear that your landlord is selling the building and all the tenants will need to move. We have to factor that possibility into the mix, too. Jupiter, the giver of gifts and luck, will be in your home sector and close enough to the eclipse to give you a shot of luck in the eleventh hour.
Changes are going on at work too, so you may feel temporarily overwhelmed by the demands that have been put on you at work and at home. This is not the first time you’ve felt this way, and now with more life experience, you can handle whatever comes up.
The new moon of July 20 is a tough one for everyone and will bring changes and the need for adjustment to a new situation—in your case, it will be at work. A new moon opens a new path or situation, and this time, management will be announcing changes. If you are not currently in the work force, you may now get an offer to interview quickly for a job. That offer will likely come up after the July 20 new moon. Whether you are working now or not, any new role you move into now will come with considerable power and responsibility.
As I said, Mercury will remain retrograde until July 12 (Mercury started to go retrograde last month on June 17). It would not be the right time to sign a lease or contract, and certainly not a good time to close on a house, as it appears information you need would likely be missing. Having said that, the world is in a crisis, so if you need a new apartment, go ahead and sign the lease—you can always move again later. Buying a house or condo presents more serious implications—in that case, if you go ahead with the closing, factor in problems that are likely to come up at the closing or later, after you live in the house. You may not mind—this all depends on your circumstances and plans for the future. Generally, it’s best to wait a few days until after Mercury retrograde ends, July 12, to close.