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Your Horoscope by Susan Miller
Next, let’s look at the full moon on May 7 in divine-for-you sign of Scorpio at 17 degrees. It will shine in your ninth house, which usually would bring a long-distance trip to conclusion. However, with the pandemic raging, travel is unlikely. The news reports that 95 percent of all travel is down, and airlines have cut flights dramatically by 70 percent. Instead of flying, this full moon rules the media, so you might be scheduling interviews, talks, and conferences on Zoom with people at a distance.
This same part of the chart rules publishing and broadcasting, so at the full moon May 7, you may be finishing up a long manuscript or report, possibly for a publisher or firm you consult for overseas.
If you are in college, you will have to decide if you want to continue your education by remote computer online classes. Learning this way is an adjustment, but if you don’t sign up, waiting to get your degree poses different problems and considerations. One way or another, you will decide about your pursuit of a degree at the May 7 full moon.
If your birthday falls on March 8, plus or minus five days, you will benefit from this full moon of May 7. Additionally, if you have Pisces rising or the natal moon in Pisces, in either case at 17 degrees, plus or minus five degrees, you, too, will benefit. Finally, if you have a natal planet in Pisces, Cancer, Scorpio, Taurus, Virgo, or Capricorn at 17 degrees, plus or minus five degrees, that planet will light up, and the area of life that your planets rule will bring good news. Just keep your antenna up, and you will soon know where your luck lies.
Mars will occupy Pisces from May 12 to June 27. Having Mars in your sign is a big plus, for Mars will put you front and center of all events, discussions, and decisions that are happening and are important to you. You won’t have to struggle to get a “seat at the table”—it will be offered to you.