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Alternatively, with Neptune acting up on June 14, there are other ways this planet might assert its confusing influence. Neptune rules the sea and all bodies of water, so you could have problems with water at home—such as a from flood in your kitchen or bathroom—discover mold, or find you have a leaky roof that needs to be fixed. Drinking water could be tainted, or you may have problems because of a lack of water.
In addition to ruling water, Neptune also rules all thing that are clouded, misted, or veiled. You may misunderstand a family member’s comment or intentions, or that of a business partner. In particular, if this aspect of Neptune were to be asserted in your family life, this would most likely be in regard to one of your parents. In this case, listen and say little—you can respond after thinking about the words. By delaying your response, you could keep you relationship with your family strong and tender.
The new moon on June 28 will switch your attention to finances. There may be bills to be paid, but it’s also just as possible that others owe you money, and that money is likely to come in. Money comes in, money goes out. It’s also the ideal time to pitch venture capital or negotiate a new benefits package at your company. You can investigate insurance needs, apply for college financial aid, or review your savings and investment with a fiduciary financial advisor. Spending the time in one or more of these areas could make you all the richer in the weeks ahead.
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