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Your Horoscope by Susan Miller
It is not wise to sign an important contract, lease, or other important paperwork during a Mercury retrograde period, nor is it wise to do so near an eclipse. Too much dust is kicked up by an eclipse to see the road ahead. Let the dust settle first, and resume activities after July 15 if possible. It’s not always possible—sometimes we have to grab the job, the apartment, or other opportunity before someone else snatches it up. In that case, if you do sign, the job, new residence, or other situation won’t likely be as long as you might assume. That might be okay with you. Finding a new job is easier if you already have one. If apartments are scarce, you may have to take a temporary apartment until you can find a long-term one you love. Do what you need to do, and weigh all the pros and cons.
If you need a new car, computer, smartphone, TV, kitchen appliance, or other product that has lots of electronics built in, either get it immediately (if you are desperate) or wait until after July 15 (leaving a space of days after Mercury goes direct). If you can, I would like for you to wait until July 15 or beyond, because after the retrograde, you will have better conditions, but only you would know what you need to do. August will be a very special month, so keep that in mind—one of the most normal months we have had since the first quarter of the year. Ha ha—when have I ever said a normal month will be a special month? Never! I laughed when I wrote that—but it’s true. You will love August.
Finally, the June 21 new moon solar eclipse will fall in your tenth house and associated work-a-day projects. This house also rules your health, in terms of the preventative measures you take to stay strong and healthy. A solar eclipse helps you start a new chapter and reminds you that you have a body you need to treat with care.