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Monthly Career Horoscopes - July 2020
Without any planetary activity in your work sector since the middle months of 2019 and both planets in your career sector in retrograde motion, this is a quiet point of your professional year and purposely so. Pluto, the planet of change and revolution has been in retrograde motion in your work sector since April and Jupiter, the planet of luck and expansion since May. It was in April that they aligned for the first time in our lifetime but they have moved back into an alignment that will peak on 1st July and the timing couldn't be better. The planets of luck and change are move focused on missed opportunities and untapped professional potential and they are once again in lockstep. They manage to cement this union just before Saturn retrogrades back into your work sector on 2nd July, to finish what he began back in 2017. Saturn is the hard taskmaster of the cosmos and he will focus more on unfinished business. While Jupiter and Pluto are more likely to hand you untapped professional potential on a plate, Saturn will demand that you work for them. The focus is still on the past but this month there is a real chance to take your power back. With the Sun and Mercury not returning to open new doors on the job front until later next month and Venus not returning to exploit this until September, there is time first to get your professional ducks in a row. With Jupiter and Saturn both leaving in December but the push to bring things home not starting until they start turning direct in September, there is a chance to first retrace your steps. The Moon will bring a chance to check in when it moves through from 4th July to 6th July with an eclipsing Full Moon on 5th July potentially the trigger for untapped professional potential.
Apart from the asteroid Juno in your work sector, when Saturn retrogrades back out of your career sector on 2nd July there will be no more planetary activity in either of your two professional houses, for the first time this year. However, don't underestimate Juno for while only as an asteroid, as the queen of commitment and having spent months rubbing shoulders with a raft of planets in your career sector, including Saturn and with Venus in your income sector, she carries a lot of clout. More importantly, Juno provides the kind of continuity you wouldn't normally have. Juno returned last November for what should have been a two month visit that would have allowed you to move into the New Year with a sense of conviction on the job front. A retrograde turn in February, during the Sun's month long visit to your career sector kept her here. Juno remained while the faster planets came and went, including Mars making his first visit since 2018 and when Saturn returned for the first time since 1993. Juno was also here when Venus returned to begin a four month visit to your income sector and when she and Saturn both turned retrograde. There was even a two week period in May when together they held the doors open to the past, second chances and untapped potential across the income, work and career fronts at the same time. Juno is back in direct motion but won't leave until September, just days after the first of the faster moving planets will return to take over. The last of those faster planets won't leave until November, just weeks before Saturn and Jupiter return to begin your biggest year on the career front in decades. With Venus in her first full month in direct motion in your income sector but not leaving until 8th August, she will work with Juno to create a low key but good both for both income and job matters. As the queen of commitment Juno is not just keeping you committed to keeping work and job matters on track but across the income, work and career fronts.
There is a chance this month to move out of the fast lane and spend more time in the slow lane and the timing couldn't be better. All the faster planetary activity on the career front will usually end when or just after the Sun leaves your career sector in March each year. This year it ended when Mercury left in early April. After a busy few months, as far as career matters were concerned it should have become more about the journey and for a while it did. However, everything changed with Mars' return in May, with the warrior planet of the cosmos able to inject new life into this professional year. Mars only left on 28th June, with his professional passions, fighting and competitive spirit still in your system and the battle to take your professional power back still playing out. However, with Mars gone and Neptune having turned retrograde just five days before he left, any urgency is fast dropping back. Then on 7th July the dwarf planet Ceres, making her first visit to your career sector since 2017 will also turn retrograde, completing the transition from the fast to the slow lane. Since his return to your career sector in 2012 Neptune has spent from June to November in retrograde motion so this slower pace is the norm, with Mars' faster pace over the last two months the anomaly. With no planetary activity in your work sector until September and both planets in your career sector in retrograde motion, this professional year moves into a slower but more settled phase. This is a chance to let what Mars triggered play out and also to retrace your steps. The Moon will begin the month in your work sector, giving you an intuitive read on work and job matters from the get go. After leaving on 2nd July the Moon will come full circle from 27th July to 29th July. The Moon will make just one visit to your career sector this month, sharpening your professional instincts and giving you a feel for the changed conditions from 9th July to 11th July.
With no planetary activity in your work sector and the dwarf planet Eris, the planet who keeps things on track year after year turning retrograde in your career sector on 21st July, this should be a quiet point in this professional year. In addition, with no planetary activity in your income sector since the middle months of 2019, there should be little to get excited about across the income, work and career fronts. There shouldn't be but there is, with things coming alive across all three fronts this month. Held back by retrograde phases Venus and Mercury are late to return to your income sector this year so it won't be until the Sun returns on 22nd July that the most lucrative months of 2020 will begin. This is the latest in the year this can happen. Meanwhile, while there is no planetary activity in your work sector the South Node, the force behind last month's eclipsing Full Moon is here and is focused on untapped job potential. However, while this always did mean that by the end of July there would be a coming together of opportunities on the income and job fronts the game changer was Mars' return to your career sector at the end of last month. It was on 28th June that Mars returned for what should be a six week visit aimed at fuelling your professional passions, fighting and competitive spirit and injecting new life into this professional year. Even if this was an ordinary visit this would still be the reason why this will eventually become a good month across the income, work and career fronts. However, this is not an ordinary visit, with Mars not leaving until January 2021, making this his longest visit in 32 years. The Moon will return to your career sector from 11th July to 14th July, giving you your first chance to check in and get a feel for Mars' influence and where his call for action is drawing you. The Moon will move through your work sector from 2nd July to 4th July and again from 29th July to 31st July. However, coming full circle from last month's eclipsing Full Moon it will be the first visit that could bring unexpected developments.
While this could be a quiet month professionally it is also an increasingly powerful month, with a chance to regroup and take your power back. With Pluto in your work sector since 2008 and Uranus in the first full year of a seven year visit to your career sector, there is now continuous planetary activity in your two professional houses. When you add in the fact that you also have Jupiter in your work sector and Saturn retrograding back in on 2nd July then your two professional houses are playing host to the most powerful planets in the solar system. However, with Jupiter, Pluto and Saturn all in retrograde motion and Uranus slowing down ahead of a retrograde turn next month, there is zero urgency. Saturn left your work sector in March when Jupiter and Pluto were both still in direct motion and as they were heading towards their first alignment here in our lifetime. Jupiter and Pluto, the planets of luck and change aligned in April and as we move into the new month they are aligned again, with their alignment peaking on 1st July. This is the day that Saturn returns, retrograding back in to finish a visit that he began in 2017. This is a major opportunity to return to the drawing board and knowing that the closing months of the year are set to be the most expansive and opportune of not just this year but of the decade, there is a chance to prepare. Whatever you have to strip back, go back over, revise or revisit, the middle months of 2020 offer that chance and what you lack in terms of fast or forward moving planetary activity you more than make up for in the sheer power at your disposal. While the Moon's visits to your two professional houses will be a chance to check in is a visit to your work sector from 4th July to 6th July that could be the most significant. Not only will this create an eclipsing Full Moon on 5th July but this is a throwback to the South Node's time here and the untapped job potential it had access to.
The month begins with Venus in her early days back in direct motion in your career sector but Saturn in his final days in your career sector, before retrograding back out on 2nd July. It has been a long journey to get to this point, a journey that began with Saturn's return to your work sector on 22nd March and Venus' to your career sector on 4th April. Saturn doesn't begin his three year visit until December so his and Mars' return a few days later were an aberration, a chance to lay down the foundations and building blocks for the job growth possible later this year. Likewise, as Venus returned in early April for what should have been a 24 day visit aimed at fuelling your professional confidence, attracting opportunities and steering things in a lucrative direction, she should have been long gone. Instead, in mid May and within the space of just a few days first Saturn and then Venus turned retrograde and it is those retrograde phases that have just come or are coming to a close. Venus' retrograde phase ended with her direct turn late last month but Saturn's will end when he retrogrades back out on 2nd July. In that time the Sun and Mercury have both moved through your career sector and Mars has moved through your work sector but Venus and Saturn have remained, soaking in all the information. For Venus, she will be using this to make her last full month in your career sector count and until leaving on 8th August will continue to fuel your professional confidence, attract opportunities and to steer things in a lucrative direction. Saturn leaves you with the information and building blocks for not just his return in December but Jupiter, the planet of luck and expansion's return as well. This is a chance to look to the future with confidence while seizing opportunities now.
The focus and the solar spotlight will always be on your career and professional situation, matters and options at this time of year, with the Sun always spending the first three weeks of July in your career sector. This year there is a mix of the expected and the unexpected and it is all good news. The expected is that the Sun will always spend the first three weeks of July in your career sector and since his return in 2012, Neptune will be in his first full month in retrograde motion in your work sector. What is not expected is that Mars has just left your work sector, having spent much of May and all of June firing things up on the job front. Also unexpected is that while an eclipsing New Moon in the Sun's early hours in your career sector helped to open new doors, by then Mercury had not only been here for over three weeks but had just turned retrograde. Mercury turned retrograde just five days before Neptune, opening the doors to the past, second chances and untapped job and professional potential within the space of just a few days. While Neptune will remain in retrograde motion in your work sector until November, Mercury will turn direct in your career sector on 12th July. Normally here for just 14 days, Mercury will have been here for over two months by the time he finally leaves early next month. Another anomaly is a New Moon on 21st July, the second during the Sun's month long visit. What is birthed on a New Moon will often come to fruition when the Moon comes full circle but when that second visit is also a New Moon it kicks the can down the street and this could have exciting implications next month. This brings us to the final anomaly in that Venus is nowhere to be seen. Held back by a retrograde phase Venus won't return to your career sector until 8th August, extending new career potential out until September but more importantly will be there to exploit the potential when the implications from two New Moons come home to roost.
There is no doubt that this is an exciting month professionally and across the income, work and career fronts but it comes from a mix of the ordinary and the extraordinary. The ordinary is that the Sun's return to your career sector on 22nd July will always turn the solar spotlight onto your career and professional situation, matters and options. Held back by retrograde phases Mercury won't return until early next month and Venus until September, making the Sun's return the latest point in any year when new doors will open on the career front. The extraordinary is what the Sun will find when he returns on the income and job fronts. For the first time in 17 years, the Sun will return to find the South Node in your income sector giving you access to untapped income potential. It was a given that the Sun would return to find the dwarf planet Eris in your work sector, for she has been here since 1926 and won't leave for another three decades. However, slowing down ahead of a retrograde turn on 21st July Eris and work and job matters should be slowing down. Instead the opposite is happening, with the busiest months of 2020 having just got underway as you move into the new month. The game changer was Mars' return to your work sector on 28th June for what should be a six week visit. Even if Mars was spending just six weeks here that would still be a game changer, with the warrior planet of the cosmos able to fire things up, fuel your work passions, fighting and competitive spirit and bring a call for action. These will always be the busiest week of any year. However, Mars returned late last month but won't leave until January, bringing you to the start of the warrior planet's longest visit in 32 years. With the first planetary activity on the career front for the year starting on 22nd July and running through to October, everything is coming alive across the income, work and career fronts this month.
There is a chance this month to let things settle, especially on the job front and also to create a bit of a firebreak before the Sun returns to your career sector next month, beginning the first planetary activity on the career front this year. While the last of the faster moving planets left your work sector in May, with Uranus not only helping to guide the things that are still playing out but slowing down ahead of a retrograde turn next month, this is giving him some space. Had new doors opened on the career front this month this would have distracted from work and job matters, instead giving them another month where they have your full attention. This is the first full year of Uranus' seven year visit and not leaving until 2026, this is a new pattern that your professional years will go through that you are still adjusting to. What having Uranus here does however is make you adaptable to change so whatever changes have or haven't happened over recent months you are in a much better position to ride the waves. What you want and need is a quieter month and a chance to let things settle. The Moon will return to your work sector from 14th July to 16th July, giving you an intuitive read on job matters just as Uranus moves into his final month in direct motion. It is a week later that the Moon will make its monthly visit to your career sector from 23rd July to 25th July. While the Sun is still a month away by the time the Moon returns, the professional instincts and imagination this will fuel will provide clues to what lies ahead but without any pressure. For the Moon will make one more visit before the Sun returns next month. What the Moon will do when it returns to your work and career sectors this month is form a friendly aspect to the planets in retrograde motion in your income sector, giving you better access to their untapped income potential.
When the Sun left your work sector last month this will often end all planetary activity on the job front for the year, especially as Mercury has long since been and gone. However, while the dynamics have shifted there are still developments unfolding and will do for the rest of the year. This is all thanks to Venus' extended stay and a retrograde phase that will continue to have implications, even though she is now back in direct motion. Venus returned to your work sector in early April for what should have been a 24 day mission to fuel your job confidence, attract opportunities and steer things in a lucrative direction. However, returning so early in the year always meant this would be a long visit. There is only so far ahead of the Sun that Venus can travel before being pulled back and this is what happened this time, with a retrograde turn in May holding her back. Venus turned retrograde three days after Saturn turned retrograde in your income sector and on the same day that the asteroid Juno moved into her final two weeks in retrograde motion in your career sector. For 14 days in May, this opened the doors to the past, second chances and untapped potential across the income, work and career fronts at the same time. While Juno turned direct at the end of May and Venus a month later, Saturn is still in retrograde motion and will be even after he retrogrades back out of your income sector on 2nd July. With Venus back in direct motion but not leaving until 8th August and Juno in direct motion in your career sector, there is a chance for forward momentum and movement on both fronts. To have Venus in your work sector for 24 days is an advantage but to have her here for over four months is something that will have implications for the rest of the year and beyond. The Moon's return to your work sector from 16th July to 19th July is the last before Venus leaves, bringing a valuable chance to check in. You will get the same chance on the career front from 25th July to 27th July.
The focus and the solar spotlight will always be on work and job matters at this time of year with the Sun always spending the first three weeks of July in your work sector. This year there is a mix of the expected and the unexpected, creating the right kind of variety and increased potential. The expected is that the solar spotlight will always be on your work situation, job matters and options until the Sun leaves your work sector on 22nd July. Yet having Mercury here all month is not expected. Mercury returned at the end of May for what should have been a 14 to 15 day visit, giving you the intellectually savvy edge and articulation needed to work smarter, get your head in the game, ideas on the table and the communication lines open. However, a retrograde turn is giving you a chance to spend time back at the drawing board while keeping Mercury here until early next month. In retrograde motion until 12th July Mercury is working with Neptune, who turned retrograde in your income sector late last month to explore untapped income and job potential. Another thing to add to the unexpected column is that there will be two rather than the one New Moon during the Sun's month long visit. The first was an eclipsing New Moon during the Sun's early hours here, with the Moon coming full circle from this from 19th July to 21st July to create a second New Moon. Last month's New Moon fell 40 minutes after the Moon returned and this time it will fall less than three hours before it leaves. The last anomaly is Venus, who is nowhere to be seen. Held back by her own retrograde turn Venus won't return to your work sector until early next month, keeping the doors open to new job potential all the way through to September.
Starting the month with Mars in his early days in your income sector has already changed the dynamics of your financial and professional year, even if this is something that you are still adjusting to. Mars will normally spend six weeks in your income sector, firing up your warrior spirit and the confidence to fight for what you deserve. In order to make that happen, Mars will always draw on the professional resources and as he is now here until January, he is looking for sustained resources. This will have a positive impact on the South Node, now in its second of a 22 month visit and mission to mine untapped professional potential. This gives Mars something to work with, with both income and career matters benefiting from each other. However, the game changer comes with the Sun's return to your work sector on 22nd July, bringing the first planetary activity on the job front this year. With Mercury returning next month and Venus in September, this is the start of a period of new job potential that will stretch out to October. With Mars already capitalising on the South Node's influence, this is the start of the most exciting months of the year across the income, work and career fronts, with each feeding off the other. Before then the Moon will not only return to your career sector from 2nd July to 4th July but coming full circle from last month's eclipsing Full Moon during Mars' early days in your income sector, could trigger unexpected developments. By the time the Moon comes full circle, moving through your career sector again from 29th July to 31st July, the Sun will be in your work sector and all your bases will be loaded across the income, work and career fronts. In your work sector from 21st July to 23rd July, the Moon will be here giving you an intuitive read on work and job matters when the Sun returns on 22nd July.