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Your Horoscope by Susan Miller
June and July will have a lot going on for you, and you will be exceptionally busy. We have three eclipses barreling your way—two in June, and one in early July. Eclipses are known to be the most dramatic tool the universe uses to create change, progress, and productivity, as well as to cleanse any debris it might find festering under the surface. Eclipses are always harbingers of truth.
You would only feel changes if the mathematical degree of an eclipse comes close enough (within five degrees) to one of your planets, the Sun, or moon in your birth chart. If the degree of the eclipse is too far away, you will only see mild news or a slight shift. Eclipses fall in all different degrees, so sooner or later, you’ll notice one that has a message for you.
Why are there three eclipses in a row, two weeks apart? Under normal conditions, they come in pairs, falling two weeks apart. This time, we have three because the family of eclipses we have experienced over the past two years have been in Cancer and Capricorn, but we are coming to the end of that series, and the new family will be in Gemini and Sagittarius. (Eclipses always accent signs falling opposite one another on the horoscope wheel.) We have not seen eclipses in Gemini and Sagittarius since May 2011 through May 2013.
Generally, the job of an eclipse is to shake up the status quo and push you out of your comfort zone so that you can move into a new realm and ultimately, grow and mature. Eclipses are non-negotiable events, so you can’t go back to the way things were originally—the only path you can take is forward. If you don’t like the direction the eclipse is taking you, you can always make changes later.
The first eclipse will arrive on June 5 in Sagittarius at 16 degrees and will arrive as a full moon lunar eclipse, to fall in your third house. This area of your chart covers your everyday communication that comes to you in person or by phone, text, email, post, courier, and express mail. It also includes writing assignments, and if you write for a living, you may be finishing up an important manuscript or thesis to send in.