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Nobody is likely to deny that your words carry clout and tell the truth. If you’ve been waiting for the right time to speak your mind to a certain person, then you could do so impressively and authentically. But where one complex situation needs careful handling, you might be wise to keep your thoughts to yourself until you’ve made a decision that feels right about the step you’re considering.
There is more to having the Moon in your income sector today than the chance you get every four weeks to sharpen your nose for money and create the potential for lucrative developments. Having come full circle from last month’s eclipsing Full Moon the latter is more likely this month but it is what is happening on the job front that this makes this timely. With Mars in the early days of his longest visit to your work sector in 32 years there is a greater need to pace yourself, with knowing where the money is key to working smarter.
The Moon’s departure from Scorpio yesterday has already taken any pressure off your relationships. Yet on the other side of the Moon’s monthly clash with Uranus in your relationship sector this has been a valuable chance to get any issues out in the open, not just before the Moon returns to your communication sector tomorrow but before an eclipsing Full Moon here over the weekend.
It might feel as if history repeats itself in some way. If that’s the case, then there’s a lesson to be learned in what’s unfolding. But if you sense a restriction or something enforced exists with a loved one or potential connection, then look at what can be done to bring more freedom where you and someone need it. An option is there.
Monday is Mars’ first full day in your busy work sector and with the Moon in a nostalgic and reflective part of your chart until Tuesday, this is helping to create a buffer. The Moon can’t slow Mars down and if the warrior planet wanted to push through and ignore any call for time to hear yourself think he would. The reality is this works for Mars, giving him a chance to settle in and for you to adjust to having your work passions, fighting and competitive spirit to draw on. Normally, here for just six weeks Mars wouldn’t be that obliging, wanting to jump in the deep end from the get go, encouraging you to put everything you have into everything you do without a moment to spare. However, with Mars here now for the rest of the year, his longest visit in 32 years gives you a lot more time to play with and that means time to first get your bearings. Over the coming weeks and months, this will have a positive impact across the income, work and career fronts.
Mars’ departure from your romantic sector over the weekend has left matters of the heart in a strong position while taking any urgency with him. Mars won’t return until 2022 but having spent nearly seven weeks fuelling your romantic passions and fighting spirit, along with your confidence, leaves you in a position to continue the fight without him. Meanwhile, with dreamy Neptune in his first full week in retrograde motion in your romantic sector and the dwarf planet Ceres her last week in direct motion before turning retrograde next week, they are both regrouping. The Moon’s return to Scorpio midweek will put it at a friendly aspect to both, boosting your romantic confidence as the focus shifts onto the past and second chances. While this will also put the Moon at odds with Uranus in your relationship sector and this will stress test a balance between your personal and relationship needs, this is a familiar and fleeting reminder that now comes every four weeks.
While the Moon and Venus will clash briefly on Friday and this might create some financial tension, this is such a good week for both that this will have few if any negative implications. In her first full week in direct motion in your financial sector Venus, the planet of money is looking to the future with confidence. After six weeks in retrograde motion and with the Sun and his reality checks gone, Venus now has until she leaves in August to turn financial desires into reality. Meanwhile, while it is the Moon’s return to your income sector on Thursday that will see it clash with Venus a day later this is being offset by its first friendly aspect to Mars, who returned to your work sector over the weekend. With Mars here now for the rest of the year, this is not just the first of many encounters over the coming months but coming full circle from an eclipsing Full Moon this could trigger unexpected income developments or opportunities.
If you’re expected to commit or sign on a dotted line, then you owe it to yourself to look closely at any fine print. A Lunar Eclipse on the 5th targets your communication and how you convey yourself. So, if you’re dealing with legalities or red tape, then don’t pretend you know what others are talking about if you don’t – or assume that what you say they automatically understand. This could be a month when you deal with a necessary formality. If you need more time to ensure that every ‘i’ is dotted and ‘t’ is crossed, then that will likely be time well spent.
Love & Romance
There could be a direct link between financial issues, money worries, and your love life this month. Every Scorpion could have their own story to tell, too. But you may need to revise one or two romantic or relationship plans in the light of any financial fiascoes that occur. Stricter budgeting might be needed if you’re attached. If you’re solo, then don’t allow a money matter to complicate – or threaten – a potential or budding relationship.
This is a year that falls right in the Goldilocks zone, where you have everything you need and nothing you don’t. There are no major challenges and the planets that could bring challenges are working to your advantage. At the same time, the opportunities don’t come with demands, with 2020 managing to steer right down the centre line of not being excessively expansive to a point where it would demand a lot or excessively challenging, where it would also demand a lot from you. The mix is just right. When we look for the main opportunities in any given year as a whole we look to Jupiter, planet of luck and expansion. And when we look for the main challenges of any year we look to Saturn, the hard taskmaster of the cosmos. For the first time in 20 years Saturn and Jupiter are together and this will always create a balance between opportunities and challenges, that focused in a single area of your life creates a lot of power and potential.
Two things make this significant for you. The first is that Jupiter and Saturn have met up in your communication sector, the only area of your chart that has a blanket impact on every aspect of your life. Saturn has been here for two years so you have already put in the hard work, especially when it comes to any communication issues or anything that required a lot of mental focus and discipline. Jupiter returned in December 2019 and until leaving on 20th December 2020, he is expanding your mind, your ability to think big and to create opportunities through all means of communication. This is expanding your mental capacities, making you smarter, more articulate and more able to grapple and understand multiple threads of information. This is something that will benefit every aspect of your life. The second significant factor is that Saturn and Jupiter aren’t on their own with Pluto, your ruling planet here as well. As well as having your own man on the inside, Pluto allows you to think outside the square.
Every aspect of your life will benefit from this throughout 2020 but your relationships will be the real winner. That is not just because communication is essential for all relationships and more that with Uranus spending his first full year in your relationship sector, every planet moving through your communication sector will form a friendly aspect. In the meantime, there are certain points of the year where there is more concentrated focus on different areas of your life. While the focus is on home and family matters in the first two months of any year, there will be an additional and a lot more powerful focus on home, family and/or property matters from 22nd March to 2nd July. There are also some major developments on the job front throughout the whole of the second half of 2020, while the first six weeks of the year have the potential to be especially lucrative. The real power of this year is that in each of these areas you will be able to draw on intellectually savvy and articulate energy you have access to all year.
You are in a unique situation in that in both your romantic and relationship sectors there are similar dynamics in play, in that in each you have an outer planet that is keeping things permanently active, while the faster moving planets will visit both each year. In another similarity, you have Uranus in your relationship sector until 2026 and Neptune in your romantic sector until 2026 as well. About the only advantage that matters of the heart have over relationship matters is that Mars won’t visit your relationship sector this year. It is also matters of the heart that will get their turn first, in terms of the activity that the faster moving planets can create and that suits Uranus just fine. Neptune only turned direct at the end of November 2019, but with Uranus still in retrograde motion at the start of the year, he is happy for matters of the heart to go first.
It begins with Venus’ return to your romantic sector on 14th January, much earlier in the year than is normally the case and leaving on 8th February, she will have been and gone by the time the Sun returns on 19th February. This will give the planets of love and dreams a chance to work together to create some real magic on the romantic front, as well as setting your expectations for the coming year. With the Sun here until 20th March and Mercury from 16th March to 11th April, they will keep what Venus and Neptune originally began alive. However, it is Mars’ return from 13th May to 28th June that could set this alight again. What began as the planets of love and dreams coming together, will conclude with the planets of passion and dreams coming together.
In the meantime, until he turns direct in your relationship sector on 17th January, Uranus is still looking back at a time with romantic matters are taking off. As far as your relationships are concerned, in the early weeks of 2020 this is more a continuation of last year. It is Uranus’ direct turn on 17th January that will shift your relationship focus onto the future. However, with a lot of activity on the romantic front by then, on the relationship front it will be more about looking to the future without moving forward. This will give Uranus time to pick up speed before Venus, planet of love returns to your relationship sector on 5th March, when she will do for your relationships what she did for matters of the heart in the early weeks of the year. With the Sun not returning to your relationship sector until 20th April and Venus leaving on 4th April, once again she will have been and gone before the Sun shines the spotlight on things. What follows are the most important months of the year on the relationship front, starting with Venus’ return on 5th March and ending with the Sun’s departure on 21st May.
There are some exciting developments on both sides of the financial fence and while to begin with they won’t get in each other’s way, there will eventually need to be some kind of a balancing act. The year begins with no planetary activity in either of your two money houses but that is actually deceiving. The reality is, that with Mercury having just left your income sector in the final days of 2019 and Mars here by 3rd January, the money gods are just taking a few days off over the New Year. It wasn’t just Mercury that left your income sector at the end of last year but the Sun just before Christmas and lucky Jupiter in early December. So while you begin the year with no planetary activity on the income front, 15 months of continuous planetary activity has only just ended. This means there is a huge amount of potential and momentum that is just ripe for picking and Mars is the perfect planet for the job.
It has been nearly two years since Mars was last in your income sector, with the warrior planet of the cosmos able to fuel your warrior spirit and get you to fight for what you deserve. From the moment he returns on 3rd January until he leaves on 17th February, Mars will declare war on glass ceilings, especially those in your own mind. Had this happened at any time of year this would be an advantage, but returning a month after lucky Jupiter has just wrapped up a 13 month visit means there is a huge amount of potential. However, apart from the Moon’s monthly visits and the Full Moon one of those visits will create on 6th June, income matters are on their own until the Sun returns on 22nd November. However, the fact that this will be an eclipsing Full Moon means something else is going on.
That something else is the lunar nodes return to your two money houses on 5th May, where they will remain until January 2022. As well as creating eclipses, the lunar nodes will also police a balance between money coming in and money going out. This comes just as there is something special developing on the financial front, over and above the financial housekeeping that takes place when Mercury moves through your financial sector from 12th May to 29th May and the Sun from 21st May to 21st June. On 4th April Venus, the planet of money will not only return to your financial sector but so far ahead of the Sun that she will be forced to wait, with a retrograde turn on 13th May keeping her here until 8th August. Here Venus will normally spend 24 days fuelling your financial confidence, updating your financial wish list and attracting opportunities. This year she is here for four months.
While for the first have of the year it is business as usual, business as usual is a good place to be. For you, business as usual means that you have the dwarf planet Eris in your work sector, quietly keeping things on track all year, while the faster planets will return to update and speed things up. Usually this happens around March and April. At the same time, business as usual means no planetary activity on the job front until midyear, beginning with the Sun’s return to your career sector on 22nd July. For several months this year will be operating not only as you would expect but as you would hope, because in other years there have been events that have put a spanner in the works, but that is not the case this year. About the only point of difference to begin with is Venus’ return to your work sector on 8th February, earlier than would normally be the case. However, all she is doing is moving her annual visit forward a few weeks.
Here from 8th February to 5th March and with the Sun not returning until 20th March, this gives Venus a chance to get in first and as the planet of money, desire and attraction this gives her a chance to fuel your professional confidence, attract opportunities and steer things in a lucrative direction. This means that by the time the Sun and Mercury return you have had time to focus on the ‘what’, leaving them free to focus on the ‘when, where and how’. With the Sun leaving on 20th April and Mercury only here from 11th April to 28th April, this ends the annual push that career matters get at around this time every year. At this point, there is a chance to let things settle and play out, as you wait for the Sun’s return to your career sector on 22nd July. What the Sun, Mercury and Venus did on the job front earlier in the year, they will do on the career front, starting with the Sun’s return on 22nd July and ending with Venus’ departure on 3rd October.
This is what a typical professional year and business as usual looks like to you and if that was it, this would be a good but not a particularly game changing professional year. However, the professional gods have a wildcard and they will play it before the Sun even reaches your career sector. It is on 28th June that everything changes, with Mars returning to your work sector, allowing work and job matters to catch their second wind exactly two months after Mercury’s departure on 28th April. Even if this had been a typical visit, having Mars fire things up for six weeks in the middle of the year is exciting, especially as he would still be there when the Sun returns to your career sector just over three weeks later. But this is not a typical visit, with Mars here until January 2021. It is a retrograde phase from 10th September to 14th November that will keep Mars here for seven months, just when planetary activity on the career front is there to carry him.