Your Horoscope by Susan Miller
Now until now, you see you have Mars retrograde in your second house of income (and Mars usually brings noise, so that could be arguments about money) and a full moon there on October 1, operative for four additional days. Across the other side of the horoscope wheel you have Mercury retrograde in your eighth house of other people’s money, and guess what—you have the new moon there, October 16.
Usually a new moon in this area of your chart would help you apply for a mortgage or other bank loan, and it will to some degree, but this new moon is very flawed. The problem is, Mars will directly oppose—and attack—the new moon and Sun. Further, Mars will also attack Saturn and Pluto in your house of hopes and wishes, so it appears you may have to put on hold a plan or event you were dearly looking forward to.
If a friend or sweetheart needs money from you, be wary—it is doubtful you will ever see that money again. I know it is hard to turn down someone in need, so if you do loan the money to a friend, and you don’t want it to be an outright gift, then draw up a simple contract for you both to sign outlining your expectations.
Saturn and Pluto will send a 90-degree square to the Sun and new moon October 16, which is a draining aspect that could lower your immunity. I expect a second wave of the coronavirus to start to build this month and to be in full blown peak by November 12, the last meeting of Pluto and Jupiter. These two planets have been spreading the virus, and they’ve had three conjunctions, April 4, June 29-30, and now, fresh and robust after having been retrograde and are now direct, they will meet on November 12. Once Pluto and Jupiter part, they will not meet again for 13 years.