Your Horoscope by Susan Miller
This could be a stressful aspect, so go into it strong and well-rested. You will reach an important crossroads on this full moon of April 26, for it will bring you news you won’t expect—suddenly and out of the blue. Uranus will conjunct the Sun, so it could be that a big boss is announcing his departure, or you get an offer from a competing company that stops you in your tracks and makes you think. Should you take it? That’s up to you. You may be feeling impulsive, however, so take as much time as you need to ask questions before you answer. You need to think long and hard because this decision is too vital to rush.
Uranus will oppose the moon directly, suggesting you might have to move, and if so, you may encounter problems finding a suitable place to live. Uranus always brings what you are never looking at, even as a possibility, which is why tight aspects like this one often come as such a shock—even good news sometimes rattles us.
You won’t have full control over events at month’s end, for Mercury, Venus, the Sun, and the new moon are all in Taurus, the sign found 180 degrees from yours on the horoscope wheel. You like to be the master of your own destiny, but life sometimes doesn’t work that way—and it’s okay. We all learn that no man is an island, and we all need others to cooperate with and complete us. Uranus is the ultimate planet of surprise, so this moment may mark a setback, or it could bring one of the biggest breakthroughs of your life. Think positive!
You have Mars helping you through family support and real estate options (if you are determined to look beyond the first place you browse), and because Mars, your ruler, will also send an affirming, supportive electric beam to the full moon in Scorpio, you could think of a great idea on your own. Give your mind the task, and the wheels will turn in the background, even when you aren’t focused on finding your answer. You can, and will, come up with a great solution.
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