Your Horoscope by Susan Miller
Think of eclipses as a heat-seeking missile that searches for weak links. If an eclipse finds something, it will bring that situation to your attention. If a friend had betrayed you, you likely discovered that back in January, but it seems you may have decided to do nothing. You might hear something now, in July, and if you do, unlike in January, you seem ready to leave the friendship or to confront her, something often painful for a Pisces to do.
An eclipse in earth-sign Capricorn blends exceedingly well with your water-sign element, so anything that you learn will work in your favor and protect you, (You might like what you hear, but even if you don’t, the eclipse will support your interests, even if you can’t quite see the truth of that initially.)
Powerful Pluto will conjunct the moon, so your friend may know exactly what to say to keep you in your place, and she might deny everything—in other words, your friend might be manipulative. (I refer to your friend as a she because a lunar eclipse and the moon always points to a woman.)
During an eclipse—any eclipse—a person is sometimes quite literally eclipsed out and leaves your life. This may happen here, but it all depends on how your relationship has been going all along and what you learn. If a friend is not the subject of your thinking, it might be your membership in a group that troubles you and the way one of the leaders treats you. You may need time to think, so take all the time you need to decide what to do. Make sure what you learn is accurate, for with Mercury retrograde, facts could be distorted and information miscommunicated.
If your birthday falls on March 15, plus or minus five days, you will feel this July 16 lunar eclipse. The same is true if you have Pisces rising or the natal moon in Pisces, in either case, 24 degrees, plus or minus five degrees. If you have a natal planet in Pisces or Virgo, or Cancer or Capricorn, you, too, will feel this eclipse, provided it is at 24 degrees, plus or minus five degrees.