News from Susan Miller
Just when I thought I could not cry any more than I already had, more tears came. I want to thank you for your kind messages of condolences that you sent me on social media concerning the passing of my beloved former husband, Don H Miller. Don and I had remained close throughout time—I met Don when I was 23 and married him when I was 25. Many of you saw our wedding photograph and other photographs that I posted on Instagram and Twitter @astrologyzone (I use the same name on both platforms). They are on Facebook, too. There are different photos of Don Miller with our daughters, Chrissie and Diana. Most show them when they were little, on their own Instagram accounts @Chrissie Miller and @DianaLMiller (Diana has a middle initial “L”).
Don had formed a strong fatherly bond with both Chrissie and Diana, and they adored their father. We all have been in mourning ever since Don passed away in May .We had a touching memorial service for Don on May 24. We all loved his gentle, kind, and loving ways, his sense of humor, and strong, curious intellect. I still cannot believe he is gone.
Your Horoscope by Susan Miller
We live in fast-moving times, dear Pisces, and never more than now, as we are in the midst of eclipse season. Eclipses are the most powerful event the universe uses to create change, progress, and opportunity. Sometimes we don’t like the news an eclipse brings, but they are non-negotiable—the only option any of us have is to move forward, as an eclipse will never allow us to rewind the tape and go back to former conditions.
You had a full moon lunar eclipse in Sagittarius lighting your career sector on May 26 last month, although some Pisces felt the effects of that eclipse a month earlier on April 26, influential for five extra days. All kinds of news was being sent to you. Although the eclipse was culminating in your tenth house of honors, awards, and achievement, sometimes energy from one house bounces straight across the sky 180 degrees into the house opposite on the horoscope wheel, and for you that would be your house of home and family.
As you’ll see, your chart is very lit up with both career and home and family news. This May 26 eclipse brought an ending or crystalized your standing in the company you work for (or the industry you are within). By now you likely know if the eclipse touched you and how.
For an eclipse to have an effect, it has to reach one of your natal planets or the Sun or moon in you natal chart. Here is a remarkable fact—lunar and solar eclipses repeat every 19 years to exact degree. While the other planets will have moved radically, the Sun and moon will be in precisely the same place. Nothing in life is every repeated, but if you can remember what you did back on May 26, 2002 (lunar full eclipse in Sagittarius, 5 degrees), or June 10, 2002 (solar new moon eclipse in Gemini, 20 degrees), you might get an idea of the general theme at play here.
The next eclipse (eclipses always arrive in pairs) will appear June 10 in Gemini and, like it did in 2002, it will open a new path in your fourth house of home. While lunar eclipses like the one in May bring endings, solar eclipses bring fresh starts. You might be moving, renovating, renting, or buying a weekend vacation cottage, doing a massive repair job on a fixer-upper, selecting furniture for you home, or inviting a relative or roommate to live with you. Often, an eclipse will bring changes in the domestic condition—for example, you may hear that you will be welcoming a new baby to the family. If your mother would like to have an aide live with her, you may search and find the perfect individual to help your mother. If your father wants an assisted living solution, you will find that solution.
I am enthusiastic about this new moon because Saturn is so sweetly angled to it. Saturn rules your eleventh house of friendship, so a friend may play an important role in what happens on this eclipse. Saturn stabilizes everything it touches, so the choices you make and the news you hear at this time will help you feel more secure and settled.
Just as energy might have bounced across the sky near the May 26 eclipse and brought changes in your fourth house of home, this June 10 eclipse might bring an exciting professional development in your career. These days, both areas of your life are lit up, private and public.
You have a peach of a full moon due on June 24 in Capricorn, flooding your house of friendship, so you will likely socialize with one close friend, and it will be a moment to indulge in a bit of luxury.
Now let’s look at what Mars may be doing this month. You had Mars in Cancer, a gorgeous place for Mars to be because it brought you in contact with friends, and possibly, if single, with a new love interest. You may have been working on the broad strokes of a creative idea, too.
Now with the move of action-oriented Mars into Leo, your sixth house, you will get into the tiny details of a creative project you have been designing. You will have Mars to help you with that from June 11 to July 29.
There is no doubt that you will be working hard on projects in June and July, even if you are not working on a creative project. Clients will be sending a steady stream of work to you, and it will be flattering to be so in demand. You might even need to hire help to get all the work out the door.
Be sure not to be on vacation in July, but if you hoped to work in a pretty country setting on your laptop, that would be okay, just as long as you don’t have spotty cell phone service.
The sixth house—so lit up for you—rules not only your work-a-day experience but also your health. If you need a procedure or a physical exam, do it in June or July. The August 8 new moon in this same area of your chart will, I’m sorry to say, be flawed, so focus on the end of June—I love June 24—and also in the following month, July 12. You may not be able to maneuver the dates, but try to get close to these dates as you can.
Mercury will be retrograde in Gemini this month, having started retrograding on May 29, and is set to continue until June 22. Because Mercury will retrograde in your fourth house of domestic activity, I would rather you put off closing on a house until after June 22 (the June 24 full moon will be quite divine). Also, don’t buy any kitchen appliances, a car, TV, smartphone, or computer while Mercury is in retrograde. It would not be wise to sign any contracts, either. If you need to hire a decorator, architect, or contractor, wait until the end of June so that you don’t tangle with the retrograde. If you need a roommate, nanny, or housekeeper, check out all the applicants thoroughly to avoid a clash of personality, approach, or style.
When it comes to love, even though Mars is about to leave your truelove sector, Venus is just getting started. This planet of love, luxury, and fun will be in the most important place for you to generate romance—the sign of Cancer—from June 2 to June 26.
Your charisma will be very high, and by June 22, Mercury will have regulated its orbit. You might want to buy some new things to wear now or to wear later in September on the cusp of the changing season. Romance will be in the air, so look your best. Spend a little money on yourself, and have a little fun. If an old flame calls, agree to have lunch. With Cupid behind every tree, you never know when you will feel the exciting zing of one of his little angel’s arrows. When you’re hot, you’re hot—this is your time.
The full moon in Capricorn, 3 degrees, of June 24 (not an eclipse) will glow brilliantly for fun and love. It will light your eleventh house of hopes and wishes, so something you dearly want may come to fruition. You will be seeing friends at this time, and it will be quite a special culmination of events. You may have a memorable dinner with the one you love or with a dear friend who has shown she cares about what happens with you. The part that makes this day so special is that Jupiter will send magnificent vibrations of good fortune to this full moon.
Jupiter will be in Pisces at this time, for Jupiter, giver of gifts and luck, will be in the process of showing you a tiny preview of what is to come in larger form next year. Jupiter will retreat back into Aquarius on July 28, but don’t be blue—on December 28, 2021, Jupiter will move more permanently into Pisces to bring all the goodies it has in mind for you. Clearly, 2022 will be the best year you’ve experienced in a decade, and possibly will be one of the best years of your life.
June could turn out to be an extraordinary month for you, for Jupiter, the giver of gifts and luck, is now in Pisces, a trend that started May 13 and will continue until June 28. It’s been 12 years since Jupiter has come to your sign, and this is only a tiny preview of what is to come in 2022, your Emerald Year.
If your birthday falls early in the sign, most notably February 19 to 26—you will instantly benefit from this visit from Jupiter to Pisces in June. Think big and reach for the stars, dear Pisces. All members of your sign will benefit, if not now, then in early 2022, so be patient and have your goal in mind. With Jupiter, dreams come true.
Your career seems to be going great with one victory continuously being followed by another. We are in eclipse season now, and you experienced your first eclipse of the two on May 27, cresting a major career effort you were wrapping up. That eclipse was in Sagittarius, lighting your tenth house of honors, awards, and achievement. You may have been offered a new job, a promotion, a major raise, or publicity that was so good it seemed like a dream. That eclipse was also bouncing energy into your home sector, so you may have seen a major shift in regard to your home situation or within your family.
As they say in cowboy movies, meanwhile, back at the ranch, you appear to be having a lot going on with family and possibly your physical residence as well. You may be caring for a beloved relative who is not well or in need of your advice. Or you may need to move or make massive or important changes to your home. Either way, it will take time to sort out all the details.
This is not to say things regarding home and family have been entirely easy, but you are learning how to best create the changes you need to make. If you have reached a roadblock in your home or family plans, things will open up after the new moon solar eclipse of June 10 in Gemini, the second of the pair. In fact, you may come up with two solutions, each one viable and interesting, and you’ll have to choose which solution feels best to you.
You seem to be doing a very good job searching for answers in regard to this home-related matter, for again, long-term planet Saturn is in the ideal position to give you a comforting feeling of security and long-term contentment.
Keep in mind that Mercury is now retrograde, having started May 29, and will remain in backward motion until June 22. Announce your biggest decisions and make your most important actions after June 22—I suggest acting on your glory day, June 24.
While this month has lots of important considerations, it will also give you time for fun. You have a peach of a full moon due on June 24 in Capricorn, flooding your house of friendship, so you will likely socialize with one close friend, and it will be a moment to indulge in a bit of luxury. Jupiter will be in a remarkable position vis-à-vis that full moon of June 24, sending dazzling golden beams to delight and surprise you.
Not only is this full moon capable of providing social fun, but it just may deliver a dearly longed-for wish that you’ve harbored in your heart for a very long time. It seems you were unsure you would ever see that dream of yours materialize. Keep that dream alive, dear Pisces, for on or near June 24, you may just see that dream start to unfold. This full moon is divine for you, and it may bring the kind of celebratory experience that will make you feel that the universe has covered you in a blizzard of confetti.