Your Horoscope by Susan Miller
There is more good news! Mercury’s big brother Mars entered your financial second house June 27. Things were likely going well until Mars started to retrograde September 9, putting you in limbo on financial projects. Mars will go direct on November 13. Wait for both Mercury and his big brother Mars to go direct before you start to initiate big plans. I believe it will be much easier to manage your money after Mars regulates his orbit on November 13.
Some of the sweetest news for you comes next. The new moon on November 14 in Scorpio, 23 degrees, will be a blessing. Usually a full moon in your ninth house, as you will have this month, would set you off on a distant trip, but that won’t happen during a pandemic, especially in a month that shows the probability of high spikes everywhere. Instead, you may get a wonderful assignment from a foreign person, even if that person is based in your country, or he or she could be based overseas, and you’d do business over Zoom.
There are other opportunities that could easily come up for you after the new moon appears November 14 . You may be thinking about going back to university to earn an advanced degree and begin the exciting process of choosing which institution you will attend. Some colleges have figured out how to have students safely in the classroom during the pandemic—investigate those if remote learning does not appeal to you.
Publishing, broadcasting, and digital projects look very lucrative and represent glittering spots for you after this new moon arrives. Also, a legal matter can be initiated now, and if you do, your timing would be perfect. I am not only referring to the possibility of starting a case, but of filing a trademark, patent, or copyright, or filing an ISBN number for a book or other publication. Again, you will be glad you waited for this new moon before you act.