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Your Horoscope by Susan Miller
The Sun is the natural ruler of your fourth house of home—whatever you had going on there was given dazzling rays from Jupiter. The outcome, dear Taurus, has to be a happy one, despite the little mishaps you may have encountered. Jupiter expands everything it touches, so for example, if you bought a house or condo, or even if you rented one, you likely moved into a large, sunny space, with a view. If you purchased a special piece of furniture, it “made” the room, and certainly justified the cost—Jupiter has strong ties to financial generosity.
Alternatively, this full moon may have brought exciting news from a family member that made you happy, but also a little concerned about how you can keep your career humming along while you are distracted with home and family matters. As a Taurus, you are practical and highly organized—of course, you can handle it all.
The big news of the month will come after the new moon arrives on February 11 in Aquarius, 23 degrees, when an opportunity to become a star in your industry will burst forth. The planetary picture in February is astounding. According to NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL), the maximum number of heavenly bodies you can normally have in one house of the horoscope (one of the 12 slices of the pizza) is six. In May 2000, we actually had seven heavenly bodies in Taurus, but scientists have advised me that the clustering of seven planets won’t happen again in our lifetime. In 2021, JPL advised me we would have six, and that’s happening now, in February.
The big news of the month will come after the new moon arrives on February 11 in Aquarius, 23 degrees, when an opportunity to become a star in your industry will burst forth.