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An eclipse is always an earthshaking event. It stems from ancient times when the moon passing in front of the sun casts a chilly shadow over the land making kings tremble and armies retreat in terror. Although eclipses don't carry the same impact they once did, they can still wreak havoc. A solar eclipse in Scorpio on Nov. 3 will expose anything you've got hidden whether it's an unrequited love or a dirty secret and you will have to fess up to it. Sound melodramatic? Well, the last time there was a solar eclipse in Scorpio was on Nov. 13, 2012 — four days after General Petraeus (a Scorpio) was forced to resign as director of the CIA because of a sex scandal. Hmm. Maybe solar eclipses still pack a wallop after all?
CANCER (June 20 – July 21)
You thought that your relationship was heading in one direction, but you'll soon discover that it's going somewhere else. It's hard to tell if this will confirm worst-case scenarios or fulfill your wildest hopes and wishes. It's anyone's guess when an extremely rare Uranus/Pluto square on Nov. 1 is followed by a powerful solar eclipse in Scorpio on Nov. 3. Their close proximity to each other in the sky definitely points to something out of the ordinary. In any case, you will know where things stand by early next week.