Your Horoscope by Susan Miller
This year, Saturn first began receiving signals (the first sextile) from Neptune on January 31, and now they will communicate again in perfect mathematical aspect on June 18. These two planets will speak to each other one more time on November 8 of this year, and after that, they will tip their hats to one another, say goodbye, and will not converse again until 2031 (and not be in perfect trine harmony until 2036).
You see how special this is—the union of the most practical and realistic planet (Saturn) with the planet of dreams, ideas, the arts, and creativity (Neptune). Most Pisces are highly creative, and this year seems to indicate that someone near—a mentor or a friend who is either older or who seems mature for his or her age—will show you how to increase your income and stabilize your business so that you can continue to create and still manage to live comfortably.
Saturn and Neptune do not have to make an exact hit to be outstandingly useful to you. These two planets will be within orb (close enough to be significant) through the year until the end of November. Your creativity and artistic expression can now find sponsorship, and you can find a way to build a sturdy foundation to your work so that you can build a bigger name for yourself in the future. The key will come from a friend or mentor.
In case you are wondering if June will provide time for fun, the answer is a resounding yes. It’s not just about work and home life, for Mars is now in your fifth house of creativity and fun, and this action planet will stay there until July 1. (Mars first went into this house and highly compatible Cancer on May 15.) If you are single, you can devote yourself to fun and love, for this month, you certainly do have love on your mind. If you are attached, you will have more time for each other, and the topic of having a baby may come up. If you want to get pregnant, June would be a divine month to get started.