Your Horoscope by Susan Miller
There is another reason to move talks along in June. Next month, two eclipses are due—on July 2 and July 16. These eclipses will be in signs that blend well with your Pisces sign, in Cancer and Capricorn respectively. Even so, most eclipses require an adjustment. They force us to pay attention to things that we have not noticed or had put off discussing, Next month, you may be preoccupied with topics you don’t expect. I don’t want you to make any major decisions until the eclipses have spoken, for they might change your timetable and priorities. I will tell you more next month when we will study each eclipse in detail. The lunar full moon eclipse of July 16 will advance a discussion that may have come up for you at the last eclipse in Capricorn, January 5.
To get ready, you may want to read my essay, “Eclipses: A Guide for Coping with Them.” The article is free and is located on my homepage of Astrology Zone. Scroll down and you will see it on the lower-left side. Here is the link: http://bit.ly/2ffYjjk
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Now let’s turn to another topic, the collaboration of Neptune and Saturn going on in the heavens, two planets with very different natures. The support of these two planes to each other is one of the features of 2019 and may have more direct benefit to you, for Neptune is the planet that rules Pisces. The aspect is a 60-degree sextile, indicating an opportunity (as opposed to an outright gift of a circumstance that would land in your lap from a trine, 120 degrees.) With sextiles, you have to do something to take advantage of the opportunity. Saturn takes 29 years to revolve around the Sun, and Neptune takes 168 years to cover the same ground, so you see why it is hard for these two planets to have any kind of conversation. The last time Saturn cooperated and supported Neptune in the same way was 1995-1996, and the last time they made a perfect trine was in 2012 and 2013. You tend to do really well in the years when Saturn works in sync with Neptune.