Your Horoscope by Susan Miller
There is more news this month, and it is huge. On March 6 (the same day as the new moon), Uranus will move into Taurus for the first time since 1934 to 1941. This means the influence will be brand new to you and most people living today. Uranus takes 84 years to circle the Sun and all 12 houses of the horoscope, spending seven years in each house this planet visits. The seven years Uranus will be in your marriage and partnership house will be from March 2018 until April 2026.
Uranus is the planet of all unanticipated events and surprises, independence, innovation, impulsiveness, creativity, rebellion, chaos, and disruption. Uranus is considered the higher octave of Mercury, and by that I mean, Uranus takes the objective information and rational thinking that Mercury provides and resynthesizes it in a new and original way. Uranus brings its inventions into the realm of genius.
The way Uranus usually delivers news is by striking unexpectedly, like a thunderbolt, and sweeping away anything this planet feels has outlived its usefulness and is no longer relevant to your future. You will be hosting Uranus in your marriage house for seven years.
My father was born with this aspect, so I can show you how well it worked out for him during his life. Let me say right now that he adored my mother and she loved him with all her heart, too. They were married 46 years when he died. Uranus rules people who are visionaries and ahead of their time, and that was my mother—she studied astrology through a correspondence class for eight years and then continued her scholarly research for many more years. She never talked about her interest in astrology nor did consultations. She said it was not accepted by society.
She used to tell me that at first my father would make fun of her interest in astrology while they were dating. (They dated ten years—my mother was 11 years younger than he.) She would tell me that my father stopped deriding her when she was proved right so often that he could not deny there was something to the subject.