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Your Horoscope for Pisces
Now let’s turn to travel, a popular subject after having been shuttered inside for more than two years. The pandemic is still with us, and people continue to die each week. You do have to be careful and smart about your approach to travel by integrating the advice of the authorities. I feel you may be tempted to spontaneously travel over the weekend of June 11-12 thanks to the embrace of Venus and Uranus in your third house of quick getaways. Venus will see that you have plenty of love and fun, and Uranus will sprinkle you with many surprises. The transiting moon will be in compatible Scorpio, so this weekend certainly is one of the best of the month for impulsive, fun travel. If your birthday falls on March 7, plus or minus five days, you will be especially touched by the gold dust in the air at this time.
Your attention will turn to your career on June 14, the full moon in Sagittarius, 23 degrees. This full moon will be an important one—it will light your tenth house of honors, awards, and achievement, so you may be making an important announcement or product launch, opening your new business, taking on a new position, or receiving quite a bit of publicity at this time. Saturn will support this full moon fully, suggesting an older person behind the scenes will be quite impressed with you.
The one fly in the oatmeal will be that Neptune, your ruling planet, will be in hard angle to the Sun and new moon on June 14. This means you will need to be circumspect about any new deal presented to you. You may not have the entire story, making it hard to make a decision or projection of future profits. You may be making what you feel are reasonable assumptions that may not pan out. Double-check your thinking. If presented with a contract, see if you can sign at the new moon June 28, two weeks from this full moon.
Do not skip the services of an attorney, not with Neptune in Pisces in hard angle to the Sun in Gemini and full moon in Sagittarius. All these signs are classified as mutable signs, so both sides would be amenable to making needed changes and compromises in the contract. Mutable signs are the most flexible and resourceful of all signs and always have a Plan B if Plan A is not working.