Your Horoscope by Susan Miller
Wait—there is more. On April 23, Mars moved to Cancer, your fifth house that sparks of new truelove and care for children (as well as ruling the conception of a child, pregnancy, and birth). That is not all—the fifth house also is the repository of your creativity, and now, with energetic Mars in this house, you will be bursting with ideas. I believe you will be given the platform in which to express those artistic expressions, and if you look for them you will find them.
Of course, having Mars in your fifth house will also spur romance for you, even if you think it’s impossible to find love in a pandemic. It looks like you might take a short road trip to a new environment, a resort-like setting, where the kind of singles you’d like to meet would go. This could be the place you have a fateful meeting. Mars in Cancer will make you more attractive and increase your magnetism. (If you want to have a professional photograph taken, you might consider booking May 30 when Mars and Neptune are in heavenly trine.)
Moving chronologically through the month, I have the biggest news for you!
Jupiter will be in Pisces from May 13 until July 28 for the first time in 12 years to give you a small window on a much bigger theme to come in 2022. Jupiter has been in Aquarius since December 19, 2020, a perfectly good place for Jupiter to be, for you tend to get secret guardian angels in the form of influential VIPs behind the scenes who are saying good things about your performance, and who will help you get ahead, even if you don’t know that these real-life angels are watching out for you. (These are not the Disney fuzzy-blue angles.)