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Your Horoscope by Susan Miller
We now come to the difficult new moon October 27 when you might have problems with ninth house activities. Let’s start with a contract that a publisher or broadcasting company may show you. You may be horrified by the terms you are being asked to agree to and will want to change all or some of the language. If you get the contract early in October, discuss it first with your lawyer and then with the other party. This is the time you are likely to change what you want. However, stay far away from the monster new moon, October 27.
The reason I worry about that new moon is that Uranus in Taurus at four degrees will directly oppose the new moon in Scorpio at four degrees. This is a direct, tight opposition, and because Uranus is the planet of all things unanticipated, you will need to handle all matters as though you are dealing with nitroglycerine. If you push too hard, the entire agreement and possible partnership will fall apart. Everybody of every sign will have some sort of problem with this new moon, so keep that in mind—people may be a little fragile at that time.
The ninth house also rules travel, and perhaps it would be best to travel earlier in the month. Not only is Uranus acting like a lunatic at the new moon October 27 (strong for ten days), you also will be close to the start of Mercury retrograde, October 31. I travel all the time during Mercury retrograde, but if the trip is important with a lot is riding on having a superb outcome, but has many complex moving parts, then I do avoid Mercury retrograde.
Your ninth house, which will become a bit of a hot area of your chart, also rules publishing and broadcasting. If you are due to go to press with an expensive printing job, do all you can to get that done prior to October 22 at the latest. If you must print when Mercury is retrograde, have several eyes look at the material being printed. Once, I printed one of my calendars with Mercury retrograde, but my designer and my editors never noticed we stopped August on August 30 instead of August 31. OMG. As my mother would tell me, man learns though pain. I will never make that mistake, or anything like it again!