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Your Horoscope by Susan Miller
The other piece of good news involves the meeting of Jupiter and Pluto on June 29-30. The meeting of these two planets happens every 13 years and usually indicates prosperity. This year, the prosperity triggered was government stimulus checks in the trillions in the U.S. There may be more money coming at this time. Both planets are retrograde and weak, and they won’t go direct until September 12 and October 4, respectively. If you hoped to get a break with a new place to live or to make an upgrade to your living quarters, the end of the month, June 29 or June 30, may be when it will happen.
You would normally schedule quick weekend travel in June. You’ve been working hard and would love to have a break from routine, and being in the house so much is difficult for you, because as a Libra, you are quite a social sign. Your urge to flee will be especially strong over the weekend of June 5-7 when a full moon lunar eclipse will have you feeling restless. That might not be the best idea if authorities are still urging you to stay at home. Listen to them for your own safety. Besides, taking any sort of risk during eclipse time is never a good idea—you will have no idea where the chips will fall as eclipses often bring unexpected developments.
A full moon lunar eclipse will arrive Friday, June 5, and might bring news about a sibling or cousin, or you could find yourself rushing to complete a communication project deadline. Mercury and Uranus will work together to bring you both brilliant ideas and a sudden opportunity to make an attractive one-time fee. Even if you didn’t want to work this summer—planning time off—this opportunity may be too good to pass up.
This June 5 eclipse will be in Sagittarius, a sign that blends well with your air-sign element. Eclipses bring change, often unexpected ones in rapid succession. You will need to remain flexible. As one project ends, a new one will quickly begin. Eclipses also tend to bring news to light that you’ve not been aware of until now, and this news might be surprising or even shocking.