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Your Horoscope by Susan Miller
Eclipses often have another function—to find debris that might be under the surface and cleanse the situation by presenting all the information you have not heeded before. Usually that happens at a full moon lunar eclipse. A new moon solar eclipse is almost (but not always) a happy event, where opportunity comes to you so that you can start off on something new and exciting.
The first eclipse in the series will occur June 5 in Sagittarius, 16 degrees, to light your tenth house of profession. Something ends, and in time, something else will begin. Sometimes, an eclipse will ask for a sacrifice, so you may lose one client, but you’ll soon gain another. The universe does not tolerate a vacuum, and that is why you can anticipate that before long, the universe will help you to replace anything you had to give up.
Eclipses are non-negotiable to the way things used to be. A full moon lunar eclipse, like the one June 5, will bring closure, so you may be finished with a major project or business relationship or joint venture that you started years ago. Now, all that is left to do is to tie up the loose sends. That situation has run its course, and now it is over.
Still, what is difficult about this June 5 eclipse is the fact that Mars and Neptune, both in Pisces, are traveling tightly together and will challenge the Sun and Venus in Gemini on one side of the eclipse axis and also challenge the eclipsed full moon in Sagittarius on the other side of the axis. Hence, Mars and Neptune are sending harsh vibes to the three heavenly bodies causing tensions.
The June 21 eclipse will be divinely compatible to your Pisces water sign, and this eclipse will appear in your fifth house of truelove. It could kick off a new romantic relationship.