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Your Horoscope by Susan Miller
With six out of eight heavenly bodies retrograde in June, including Mercury (starting June 17) and Venus (to go direct on June 24), the message of the planets is clear: Go back, re-consider, and re-address projects. Check your assumptions and expectations too, so that when you move into 2021, your plans will be more realistic and accurate.
Pluto and Jupiter have not met in conjunction before 2020 for 13 years. Usually this combination brings great prosperity—big deals. I never imagined the big deals would be trillions of dollars being poured into the US economy by the government in deficit spending. It is true that the amount of stimulus money that the US government is sending out to some of its citizens this year is at unprecedented levels. Perhaps your government is doing similar spending, too. I hadn’t considered that Pluto rules deadly viruses, and the trouble is, this year Jupiter is a little misguided—he thinks helping his friend Pluto by spreading the coronavirus is the best idea ever. Oh, my goodness, no.
Jupiter and Pluto will both be retrograde on June 29 when they make a weak conjunction this month. Still, it could be a day when you may get a tip from a friend that helps you advance to some degree in business.
Jupiter and Pluto will meet again to make their last conjunction on November 12, 2020. At that time, they both will be strong and moving direct, and that means the virus could be raging again then.
I want to see a ten-degree separation between Jupiter and Pluto before I can say the virus will calm down. That will happen after January 6 when these two planets will slowly reach a full ten degrees apart. I know that does not make sense—those are cold months, and viruses proliferate in cold weather. However, by then, Pluto and Jupiter will have spun off in different directions and no longer be close the way they have been since March 2020. If you are planning an important business launch, advertising campaign or other expensive, work-intensive project this year, you may want to factor in the possibility of the return of the coronavirus in a wave just as hard as before when you make your plans. Some plans won’t be affected, such as if you are introducing a new website, but other product introductions would be hurt by that timing.