Your Horoscope by Susan Miller
The full moon in Scorpio on April 26 will fall in your ninth house of the media (including publishing, broadcasting, and the digital world), but an unusual problem is likely to surface and test your ability to quickly find a solution to something you’ve never faced before. You will need to show resourcefulness and ingenuity. This full moon is a difficult one because Uranus in Taurus will oppose the full moon in Scorpio and at the same time conjoin the Sun in Taurus. A project you are working on, and nearing a finish, could bring a sudden sign that things are going all wrong. You may need to have all hands on deck to solve the unexpected situation.
Do not sign papers or give a verbal promise on or near this difficult full moon, April 26. Put off signing papers until May.
If you do not work in the media, there are other areas to monitor: legal matters, news regarding academia (as student or researcher), and keep an eye on your international relationships abroad. Any of these areas could go haywire. If you are foreign born, do not have your immigration interview near April 26, and it might be best not to do any kind of interview as the journalist may have an agenda, and it’s one you would be upset to discover.
Indeed, keep a low profile at the time of the full moon April 26, plus five days. Once you make a decision of how to remedy the situation, things will calm down fairly soon, for that’s the way full moons act. You can courageously and confidently enter next month—May—a lovely month with no trap doors or mean, evil people lurking behind potted plants and shrubs. May will be a normal, calm, upbeat month that you will like very much.
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