Your Horoscope by Susan Miller
Your third house of communication will be ignited, which is why I say watch what you say to family, as well as on social media and at work. Emotions will be running much higher than you feel is normal.
Additionally, unpredictable Uranus will affect a work project that involves writing, editing, research, translation, or developing computer code. No matter what it is, you seem to be racing to finish to meet the deadline, yet no matter how you try, things keep popping up to get in the way of your finishing. In the first days of November, you may feel tension.
If you were going to travel this month, that probably won’t happen. It’s just as well—it’s not a good time to go anywhere.
Although this is a wild full moon (October 31) affecting the start of the month, it has its positive side, too. Earth-sign Taurus, the sign that the full moon will appear in, is a sign that blends perfectly with your Pisces water-sign element. If your birthday falls on February 27, plus or minus five days, you will find a way to make that full moon work in your favor. The same is true if you have Pisces rising 9 degrees or another natal planet in your horoscope in Pisces, Cancer, Scorpio, Taurus, Virgo, or Capricorn at 9 degrees, plus or minus 5 degrees, in all cases.
The new moon November 14 will be beautifully supported by Neptune, your guardian planet, whose job it is to protect you and advance your interests. This new moon will light your ninth house of foreign relationships, travel, the media, legal matters, and your efforts related to getting an advanced degree. All of these areas are twinkling brightly.