Your Horoscope by Susan Miller
In a month that has just about everything, we also have a full moon lunar eclipse on November 19 in Taurus, lighting your third house of communication and forcing you to watch what you say. Within five days if this date, a legal matter might come up that will require your immediate attention. Make sure you consult a lawyer, for if you don’t, this month’s wild crosscurrents could become “baked” into the DNA of the contract, giving you problems for the term of the contract. You may be pressured to sign near the full moon lunar eclipse, November 19, but I prefer you sign on November 30—negotiate for time.
Near that time, November 17, Mars will be precisely opposite Uranus, an explosive, separating aspect that could make you angry—another reason why if you sign papers on or near November 17, the difficult conditions you experience at this time could end up being part of the contract. Put off signing until your best date, November 30. Mars opposed to Uranus could create an expense, perhaps unfairly, but one you won’t easily be able to redress. Don’t worry though—you are on the cusp of seeing a big harvest from your past efforts, and although this month may be hard for your finances, it’s only going to be a small blip on your screen that you’ll hardly remember later.
If you had planned to travel for any reason, business or pleasure, find a way to change your plans to go instead in December or beyond. Any trip you take now would not easily fulfill your goal. This is a strenuous month.
Jupiter is edging close to Pisces now, and by the end of next month, December 28, Jupiter will enter Pisces, setting off 2022 as one of the best years of your life. No matter what happens this year, keep this thought in mind. Dear Pisces, so many of your goals will be realized in 2022.
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When the author, Andrea Richards, and the editor of this luxury book, Jessica Hundley, called to ask if I would write the forward to the book, I was honored and humbled. They asked for two paragraphs, but I sent 1,800 words about my love of symbols in astrology. Jessica, the book’s editor, called to tell me she loved what I wrote and that she changing almost nothing.
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