This has already been a life-altering month for you, Virgo. Jupiter just left your sign after a year in residence and is now in your income sector for the first time in 13 years. A major solar eclipse in Virgo on the 1st kicked off an amazing six-month cycle in which you can go after just about any goal or dream you can imagine.
Well, eclipses always occur in pairs, and the partner to the eclipse of the 1st is coming our way on Friday. This is a lunar eclipse in Pisces, your seventh house of partnerships, be they business or romantic. Lunar eclipses will bring things to a close, often very rapidly and sometimes without warning.
Which means: if you’ve been waiting for a ring, an answer, or a commitment from a lover you may finally get it! But quite frankly, if you don’t get it, you may be heading for the door. Singles: your days of living in the desert may be over at last, as a serious contender for your heart could appear in the next few months.
Business alliances could see an overhaul, as you may decide to walk away from a partnership that isn’t pulling its weight. This could be a standard bidness partner, or a lawyer, agent, stylist, or collaborator who simply isn’t cutting it. Find a more suitable and qualified person and move on.
But on a positive note, this is an excellent time to consider entering into an alliance. With Jupiter in such a helpful position in your income sector, the payoff could be considerable. Also, a big project that you’ve been working on could finally come to a successful close.
The earlier part of the week could be bumpy, as lovers and family members kick up a fuss. You’re done with drama and not knowing where things are going, but it seems that they haven’t gotten that memo. Resend it if need be. A lover could bring up old issues on Sunday, and your family could butt their noses into your life on Tuesday and Wednesday. Boundaries, my friend, boundaries.
However, things perk up on Saturday with a super Mars-Uranus trine. It’s a wonderful day to share your feelings with a loved one, and to do something fun and spontaneous. It’s also an auspicious day for house or apartment hunting, or for settling family squabbles.