Your Horoscope by Susan Miller
On April 26, there will be a full moon at 7 degrees in Scorpio, your ninth house. Something is reaching a culmination, climax, or full boil. Uranus, the planet of completely unexpected developments, will directly oppose the full moon, which can be a very jarring aspect. There will be some sort of news from a distance—it could be overseas or from a person who was born outside your country but is now a citizen in your country. A publishing or broadcasting project may go off the rails, or a legal matter may come up. If you have been dealing with a legal matter, things will go in an unexpected direction. Matters related to college or graduate school might not go well either—avoid taking any big qualifying exam, and avoid defending your thesis at this time.
The odd part about how tension-producing this full moon will be is that it is in a compatible water sign like yours, so if anyone can find a way to benefit from the chaos that might be created at this full moon, it’s you.
If your birthday falls on February 26, plus or minus five days, you can find a way to turn the tables on events. You will have to remain resourceful and not let any news get the better of you. The same upbeat forecast would be true for you if you have Pisces rising or your natal moon at 7 degrees, plus or minus five degrees—you can outsmart events. If you have a natal planet in Pisces, Cancer, Scorpio, Taurus, Virgo, or Capricorn within five degrees of 7 degrees, that planet will be lit up.