Your Horoscope by Susan Miller
This same eclipse could bring up a highly imaginative project that seems tailor-made for you. You may have had interviews with a client for this assignment in June or even earlier, but even if you didn’t, this assignment will likely come through within days after the eclipse of July 2. Neptune will be the most perfectly positioned planet in your chart all month, and as your ruler, Neptune is a key planet to watch. Neptune rules the arts, creativity, and unconditional love, and in early July, Neptune will shower you with one or all of his gifts.
If your birthday falls on February 28, plus or minus four days, you will feel this eclipse more directly than your Pisces friends whose birthdays fall later, in March. The same is true if you have Pisces rising 11 degrees or the natal moon in Pisces of the same degree, plus or minus five degrees.
My favorite day of the month for a career interview for you will be July 25, when Mars will receive a golden beam from Jupiter, the giver of gifts and luck. Use this day for an interview, presentation, or other important action.
Venus will make this a romantic time too, by moving into Cancer, your truelove sector, from July 3 to July 27, a time you will be your most magnetic and charismatic, so plan to circulate then. Mercury will be retrograde from July 7 to July 31, so If you hope to rekindle a past love, the entire period would glow and apply to you. If you’re unfamiliar with Mercury retrograde, during these periods, your judgement will be off.
Although Mercury does not officially start to retrograde until July 7, to last until July 31, you already are too late to avoid the haywire effect of miscommunication, delays, and backtracking that Mercury is known to bring. In July, do not launch a new venture, hire a new executive, or make any other key decisions. Your priorities will likely shift during the retrograde period, and with the eclipses coming, you may add or delete someone on your list. If you use the qualifiers you previously used to make a decision, you will make missteps, for some will be out of date. Later, you might ask yourself, what was I thinking?