Your Horoscope by Susan Miller
If you feel that you will lose out if you don’t sign immediately—you may lose the rental apartment, or the job offer will be rescinded—then sign it. In that case, you will be fully aware that the situation you think you are entering may change from the one you assumed it would be. On the other hand, it is easier to get a new job if you have a job (as one example), so in that case, if you are unemployed, take the job. It might be a stop-gap job. There is nothing wrong with that, for you will be paid, and that means you can cover expenses.
The full moon of October 20 in Aries, 27 degrees, will end the thinking about money. You may now have an agreement and are likely to receive any money that is owed to you. If you have to pay someone a large sum you don’t have (like a tax bill for example), you can set up a payment plan. Or if you do have all the money you need to cover the obligation, simply send the check to the person who is waiting for it.
Jupiter, the great good-fortune planet, will be perfectly positioned to send golden vibrations to the full moon, so I feel you will be receiving money, not sending it out. If you have to send money, I still maintain more money will be coming in to cover it, and even be enough to leave you a surplus.
Mars will conjoin this Sun at the full moon, so Mars will give a great deal of energy to this full moon. This suggests you will want things to be signed, sealed, and delivered by October 20, and bingo, you will get things done. All full moons are operative within five days after they appear, so watch the days of October 20 to October 25 to finish off things. If you are signing papers on or after this date, Mercury’s comforting beam from Saturn, planet of longevity, at this full moon makes this a favorable time to finish up your agreement. Mercury’s position in your eighth house suggest you can now add to your overall sense of financial security.