Your Horoscope by Susan Miller
After that meeting of Jupiter and Pluto on November 12, I need them to be at least eight degrees apart before seeing relief from the virus. I see that by Christmas this year. These two planets will move much farther apart by January 12, 2021 (not to meet again until February 2033), so I think by then we might have a workable treatment to vastly reduce the severity of the coronavirus.
Where will the outbreaks occur? That’s up to you. If you are careful, and your community is careful, it won’t be in your city. This virus is on a mission to find as many people as possible to infect, so your job is to make sure it stays away from you and your family. We might have to be careful during the first half of 2021, but even so, it will not feel like 2020. It will be better.
This is all a long way of saying, take the retrograde of Mars and Mercury seriously, from September 9 to November 13, and avoid launching new ventures and relationships until November 14 at the very earliest.
As the month ends, you’ll be coming close to the full moon in Aries on October 1, when you seem to have a payment due. You might also be anticipating a payment that is due to you, so money certainly will be on your mind. Mars will always take the lead with a full moon in Aries. The good news is that the very tightest aspect at this October 1 full moon will involve a lovely interplay between Mars and Venus, linking your house of work-a-day projects and your income. Be optimistic, dear Pisces—a project is likely to come up to add to your cash flow. Believe and work toward generating interest in your established products and services, ones you started well before Mars retrograde September 9. You are sure to get interest, and that will make you smile.