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Your Horoscope by Susan Miller
Besides, we have eclipse season starting up in June, and that will include the first appearance of an eclipse in the new family of signs, Gemini and Sagittarius starting (June 5, a full moon lunar eclipse in Sagittarius) plus two eclipses finishing up the Cancer and Capricorn family of signs (June 21, a new moon solar eclipse in Cancer, and a July 4-5 lunar full moon eclipse in Capricorn). Eclipses always bring information to light, so you would be wise to wait until you get news in June and July. (You might not get news if you have no planets, the Sun, or moon in your natal chart close enough to the degrees of those eclipses. You’ll have to wait and see, but I will give you more information about these eclipses in my report to you next month.)
As said, Venus is your ruling planet, so you have to expect some delays, and a slowdown in progress while this planet is retrograde, but this is only temporary, until June 24. Venus retrogrades every 18 months, and when it does, it is considered a very bad time to wed. Last year, when I saw Venus would be out of phase during May and June, prime wedding season, I was concerned. You need a good, strong Venus when you choose a date to get married, for Venus rules love and affection. When Venus is retrograde on the day of the wedding, it suggests that love could cool off dramatically in time. If you had to postpone your wedding, don’t be sad—the universe is actually protecting your union. Reschedule it for 2021 when Venus will be strong all year.
Venus also rules good looks, but in the time of a pandemic, I have to suggest you not try to cut your own hair. I know there are plenty of articles and videos about how to do it, so if you are determined to experiment, do so in the first week of May, and avoid doing so while Venus will go retrograde (and leave a space of days before Venus turns retrograde May 12.) It’s usually best to stay with the status quo. If you want to color your hair (and even guys do that), don’t go crazy—start with root touch-ups, which are easy to accomplish, and don’t try for a completely different color.