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Unread 11-07-2012, 09:06 AM
labelledujour labelledujour is offline
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Will my fiance need to change base?

Hi y'all!

I dunno if this question should be considered as a career or a moving one, but since it's about his career, I am posting it here:

After successfully entering the post-grad program in my alma mater to work on my Master's (thanks Saturn in Scorpio!), there is another imminent change in the air...or maybe not. Due to his sister's not having been paid for months and everything hanging in the air, my fiance is considering moving to another Air Force base to financially support his sister and his brother. If this happens, he will be much closer to my place, too. However, this will depend on whether his sister gets laid off or not.

So my question is he: Will he need to move to another base?

Capricorn Asc is at 3 degrees, which makes me think it's too early to tell. He is represented by the 8th house Moon in Leo. His 10th house is in Aries, represented by 12th house Mars in Sag. Maybe this means that there will be obstacles in achieving this or something? Moon and Mars are in trine, though. Maybe this means it will need to happen eventually?

Any insights are defintely appreciated!

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