Your Horoscope by Susan Miller
Two weeks later, at the full moon on May 18 in Scorpio 28 degrees, plus or minus four days, you will also focus on finances. The new moon, discussed above, is clearly favorable, and now, this full moon of May 18 will be even more so. Again, Saturn and Pluto will be on your side, working hard for you and making sure that the gains you make are long lasting. Pluto is a big money planet, and with Pluto in Capricorn, a major financial sign will help boost this trend even more. If you have applied to the government for help or need to negotiate a tax situation, you may get a final decision that pleases you so much that you will feel enormous relief. On this same full moon, you have even more luck, for Uranus, planet of surprise, will send a beam to the moon, sending what looks to be very sweet financial news out of the blue.
Romantically, the first part of the month will be best, from the very start of the month until May 14. Circle the final day Venus will be in Aries, May 14, as a sparkling day, for on that day, Venus will receive sexy signals from Mars, which will be based in your ninth house of travel. If you take a trip, be sure to include May 14 as one of the days you will be away with your partner.
More encouraging news will emanate from action-planet Mars. As the month opens, Mars will still be moving through compatible Gemini, an air sign like yours, a trend that started March 30 and that will continue until May 15. Mars will brilliantly light your ninth house, which rules, among many parts of life, exciting long-distance travel. This means that it would be a good idea to travel during the first two weeks of May. Any foreign or distant trip you take will turn out well.
One of your best days to be on a trip will be May 14, when Mars and Venus communicate beautifully. Make sure that May 14 is included in the days you will be away. In fact, it would be ideal to make it the last night of your trip—May 14 has romantic, celebratory elements and could have you enchanted by the stars in the sky and the scent of honeysuckle in the warm night air.