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Weekly Career Horoscopes (Updates on Monday) - 19 February 2018
A fairly quiet week on the professional front is just what you need, with the focus now on cementing your current position before the next phase kicks in. With that next phase now less than four weeks away, this is a valueable chance to regroup. The Moon's visit to your career sector last week was the first since the Sun, Mercury and Venus left and having come full circle from last month's New Moon, this was a chance to tie up loose ends. Saturn and Pluto, the planets that will drive things for the next three years are in no hurry, happy for things to chug along. That will change when Mars returns next month, kicking things into high gear again. What is important this week is the Moon's return to your income sector midweek. With major income developments ahead, developments that are set to run parallel to career developments over the next three years, this is a chance to gain a lucrative sense of direction.
After Mercury's departure from your career sector over the weekend, Venus' a week earlier and the Sun's on Monday, this should bring all planetary activity on the career front to a close. However, not before last week's solar eclipse has given your professional game the kind of traction that is unlikely to run out of steam anytime soon. Yet while in other years this would be the end to all significant activity on the career front for the year, with only the Moon's monthly visits keeping things on track, this year is very different. Things might pull back, but forces behind last week's solar eclipse are still in motion and will be until November. With Mars set to spend several months in your career sector each year, this is just the end of the first step up this year's professional ladder. This gives you a chance to pull back and regroup.
It is all go on the career front this week, as wave after wave of arrivals reaches peak mass on Monday. In the eight days leading up to this first Venus returned to your career sector, followed by the Moon last Friday and Mercury over the weekend. The Sun returns just hours after the Moon leaves on Monday, leaving no time for its seat to go cold. The Sun shines the solar spotlight on your career and professional situation, matters and options at this time every year. However, this year, starting off with your professional instincts sharp and your heart and head in the game from the get go, is just some of the advantages working for you. The biggest advantage is that for the first time in 12 years you have lucky Jupiter in your work sector, where he'll stay until November. This is a time for generating new ideas and new professional quests, with Jupiter guaranteeing you can follow through.
Everything about the Moon's return to your career sector on Monday comes with perfect timing. Returning in the early hours of the week, this will ensure your professional instincts are sharp and your professional imagination fuelled from the get go. This will also see the Moon return just as Mars and Ceres form an auspicious alliance of income and job forces, which will remain tight throughout the Moon's time in your career sector. Yet while this creates an auspicious start to the week across the income, work and career fronts, this is just a taste of things to come. By the time the Moon leaves your career sector on Wednesday Mercury is just 13 days away and Venus just 14 days away. With Ceres turning direct in your income sector just days later and Mars in his final weeks in your work sector by then, it's from early next month that things will really take off.
The timing of the Moon's return to your career sector on Wednesday couldn't be better nor more important. It was last week that the Moon's return to your work sector brought a chance to regroup. This was the Moon's first visit since the Sun, Mercury and Venus left and saw the Moon come full circle from last month's New Moon. With Saturn and Pluto working together for the next three years, they're happy for work and job matters to quietly tick over. This gives you time to turn your attention to career matters and in the process get a read on something important developing behind the scenes. It is not until later next month that new doors will open on the career front, but once they do, over the following months they will morph into the biggest developments here in decades. Work and career forces will continue to develop side by side for the next six years.
The Sun's departure from your work sector on Monday brings to an end an eight day period that has seen Venus, the Moon, Mercury and finally the Sun leave. It was over this period that last week's solar eclipse brought everything together, creating a tailwind and the potential for new opportunities and beginnings. It is the forces behind last week's solar eclipse that ensure that while the Sun moves on, the wheels will keep turning on the job front. This does however take away any urgency, making it more about the journey itself. It is the Moon's return to your career sector on Friday that gives you a chance to regroup, getting an intuitive read on where things stand on the job and career fronts. With Juno leaving your work sector on Saturday, this will ensure your professional instincts are sharp as you get a chance to commit to the journey ahead. However, there is still a lot more due to unfold on the job and career fronts over the course of the coming months.
It is standing room only in your work sector this week, as the Sun's return on Monday sees him manage to squeeze himself into an already crowded room. Chiron has been in your work sector since 2010 and Neptune since 2012, so any annual update always begins with two planets in play. It was the Moon's return last Friday, Mercury's over the weekend and Venus' a week earlier that will ensure you have your finger on the pulse and your heart and head in the game from the get go. The Moon will leave in the early hours of Monday, just before the Sun returns to throw the solar spotlight on your work situation and job matters, as it does at this time every year. Yet as well as every conceivable advantage from the get go, for the first time in 12 years you also have lucky Jupiter in your income sector. As things start to come together on the job front, this comes with a lucrative advantage from the get go as well.
The Moon's return to your work sector in the early hours of the week gets the week off to a good start, but this is just part of the picture. If that was all that was going on this would still be an advantage, especially with both Mercury and Venus returning early next month. This is the Moon's last visit before both return and as this is when work and job matters will really start moving, this will deliver some valuable clues, hunches and insights in the early part of the week. Yet the early part of the week is also when an alignment between Mars on the income front and Ceres on the career front also peaks, with income, work and career forces coming together. This is just a taste of things to come and a practice run for a much more significant coming together next month. What this gives you is insight or a stepping stone to what is set to start coming together from a week into March.
At a time of year when there is no planetary activity in either of your two professional houses, the Moon's monthly visits become a lot more important. That is definitely the case when the Moon returns to your work sector on Wednesday, though for more significant reasons than just an intuitive read on work and job matters. This is the Moon's first visit since Pallas Athena, a minor player returned late last month. While a minor player, the goddess of wisdom is laying down the foundations for major developments, not just over the coming weeks or months, but over the coming years. With Venus returning later next month and the Sun and Mercury in April, any insight now is a chance to start veering in the right direction. Yet by the time you reach May the biggest developments on the job front in our lifetime will begin, developments that will take until 2026 to fully unfold. Any insight you're able to gain into work and job matters now is invaluable.
You have a back to front week on your hands, with the professional gods nowhere to be seen until the weekend, when you'll need to put your work hat on. With no planetary activity in either of your professional houses at this time of year, the Moon's monthly visits have become a lot more important and its return to your work sector especially so. While there is no planetary activity on either front yet, a massive amount of planetary activity on the career front over the last two years has left you with plenty of momentum. Yet this has also put a lot of focus on career matters, while the Moon returns on Friday to turn the focus onto work and job matters. While new developments on the job front are still several months away, this is a chance to start looking ahead rather than looking back. You've gained what you can from the past, with a chance to get curious about what the future holds on the job front.
Jupiter, in your career sector since October, is in the best possible position this week. All Jupiter has to do is sit there and wait and already slowing down ahead of his retrograde turn next month, he is doing just that. This is taking the urgency off your professional game, allowing you to glide on the momentum already gained over the last four months. Yet despite that your professional confidence is likely to spike this week, though not because of anything that does or doesn't happen professionally. It is the increasing amount of planets returning to your income sector and the friendly aspect to Jupiter, that brings a boost in professional and income confidence. The week starts with Venus and Mercury already in your income sector and the Sun returning on Monday. These are the same planets that supported Jupiter in his early weeks in your career sector last year, regrouping in order to combine income and career potential.
While the week gets off to a good start across the income, work and career fronts, this is just a taste of things to come. It is next month, when Venus and Mercury return to your income sector in early March and Ceres turns direct in your work sector just days later, that everything will start coming together. By then, Mars will be in his final week in your career sector, ready to drive things forward across all three fronts. Yet you start the week with the Moon in your income sector and with Mars aligned with Ceres on the job front. This will see the Moon sharpen your nose for money as job and career forces come together, but again this is just a taste of things to come. By the time the Moon leaves your income sector on Wednesday, Mars will be surging forward on the career front and Ceres will be energised to make the most of the doors still open to the past, second chances and untapped job potential.