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Your Horoscope by Susan Miller
Mars in Aries will be angry at both the full moon in Capricorn and the Sun 180 degrees away in Cancer at the July 4-5 eclipse forming a tight, stressful T-square of planets refusing to cooperate with each other. You may reach an impasse with someone over money, and because hot-headed Mars is involved, an argument may break out. I know you will be frustrated about money, but I am not sure precisely why.
There is another possible reason besides Mars. The eleventh house, where your eclipse is taking place, aside from ruling friendships, groups, charities, humanitarian efforts, and political activities, also reflects for self-employed people the profit you made from work done earlier. It may be that someone owes you and is not paying you on time, or worse, is declaring bankruptcy. Or it may be that you owe someone and need to scramble to find the money to pay this person. This is a full moon, so things will reach a finish, but in the process may get inflamed. You may need the help of your lawyer to protect your interests.
If your birthday falls on March 3, plus or minus five days, you will feel this eclipse the most and find a way to benefit from it. The same is true if you have Pisces rising 14 degrees or have a natal planet or moon in Pisces within five degrees of 14 degrees. You can make this new moon work for you—you are on the side of the angels.
Now let’s look at the next most important moment, a new moon in your fifth house, which rules love, leisure, sports, creativity, and also pregnancy and care of children. One of these areas is a major topic for you these days. If you recall, we had a new moon in Cancer last month, the eclipse of June 21. It is rare to have two new moons in a row, but we do. This one, however, is not an eclipse, yet it is a difficult new moon in Cancer, 28 degrees, and it will feel strong.