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Monthly Career Horoscopes - June 2021
As Pluto, the only planet in either of your two professional houses moves into his second month in retrograde motion in your career sector, he is no longer at a standstill. Pluto might be in retrograde motion and therefore more focused on where you have been rather than on where you are going but he is making progress. Because Pluto won't turn direct until early October it will be several months before he slows down and with no planetary activity on the job front next month, this professional year is set to heat up rather than slow down. However, Pluto will be making the most of the quiet month compared to where things have been and where they are going. This also makes the Moon's visits to your two professional houses a lot more important. This not only makes them standout days but in both cases this could have wider implications. The first is the Moon's visit to your work sector from 16th June to 18th June. With no planetary activity on the job front in eight months, this is more a chance to check in. As always the Moon will give you an intuitive read on work and job matters while a friendly aspect to Pluto will create positive conditions on the job and career fronts. However, with the first planetary activity on the job front this year starting next month, there will be clues to what is just over the horizon. Meanwhile, the Moon's return to your career sector from 25th June to 27th June will always fuel your professional instincts and imagination while an alignment with Pluto will give you a better read on the driving force behind this professional year. However, this will be no ordinary visit, with the Moon returning on 25th June as a Full Moon. This can bring things to fruition or to a head, turning and/or tipping point and with Pluto in retrograde motion, this includes elements from the past.
Starting the month with the Moon in your career sector will ensure your professional instincts and imagination are fuelled from the start. While the Moon will leave on 1st June, it has been here since 30th May, allowing you to end one month and begin the next with your finger on the pulse and ear to the ground. This is no ordinary visit and instead, as the Moon's first visit since Jupiter left and since Saturn turned retrograde here, this is a chance to get a read on the massive changes since it was here just four weeks earlier. Jupiter's departure last month put a halt on a drive to explore new ground but it was Saturn's retrograde turn nine days later that put the brakes on. Jupiter's departure meant you were no longer moving forward but Saturn's retrograde turn means you are now looking to the past and that is a massive shift. This was always going to be a point where it was time to regroup and while Jupiter's retrograde turn this month will bring him back to become part of that review phase, it won't be until later next month. This gives you a chance to let things settle and after a busy first five months of 2021, pull back and let things play out. By the time the Moon comes full circle, returning again from 27th June to 29th June, Saturn will no longer be at a standstill and will be going back over old ground. Saturn is also playing support for the planets as they move through your income sector with a friendly aspect to the Sun on 3rd/4th June bringing their combined power and influence into play on the income and career fronts. Another important point in the month will be when the Moon moves through your work sector from 18th June to 20th June. As well as giving you an intuitive read on work and job matters, as the Moon moves through it will move into a friendly aspect to Saturn and to the Sun, just before leaving your income sector on 21st June. These will be some defining days across the income, work and career fronts.
From his return to your career sector in 2012 to his departure in 2026, Neptune will always spend from June to November in retrograde motion. Neptune is a slower outer planet and now that the faster moving planets have all moved through, the planet of dreams and fantasies is preparing for his retrograde turn on 21st June, which will begin a five month retrograde phase. This will always make this a fairly quiet point in any professional year or at least that is usually the case. Neptune is turning retrograde but he is not alone, with Jupiter's return last month changing the whole dynamics of this professional year. It has been over a decade since Jupiter was last in your career sector and as that was before Neptune returned, this has brought the planets of luck and dreams together here for the first time in over 150 years. Like Neptune, Jupiter is focused on the long term and his retrograde turn on 26th June will not only put him into review mode but will see him retrograde back out again at the end of next month. Jupiter will normally spend around 12 months promoting professional growth and expansion but this is something that shouldn't start until December. Instead, Jupiter has returned early to plant seeds, begin new quests, forge new trails and set things in motion, knowing that Neptune can keep the dream alive before he can return in December. This is the first phase of a journey that Jupiter and Neptune will take you and your professional dreams, goals and ambitions on between now and the end of 2022. The Moon will visit your career sector twice this month and each will be important for different reasons. The first, from 1st June to 4th June is the Moon's first visit since Jupiter's return while by the time it returns again on 29th June, both he and Neptune will be in retrograde motion. While professionally the focus is more on the big picture and the long game, planetary activity on the income front makes this a potentially lucrative month. Meanwhile, the Moon's return to your work sector from 20th June to 22nd June will create some of the most pivotal days of the month across the income, work and career fronts.
By the time you move into the new month, it has been four days since the Moon not only left your work sector but wrapped up an eclipsing Full Moon that was one of the most significant events of this professional year. Eclipses aren't random and they aren't all equal, with this lunar eclipse the granddaddy of them all. Eclipses are linked to the lunar nodes and in this case, to the South Node which has been in your work sector since May 2020. This was not only a total lunar eclipse but a Super Moon, capable of bringing everything that has been building behind the scenes for the last 12 months to fruition or to a head, turning and/or tipping point. For some this may have put things into perspective, confirming what you already knew and for some, this may have been the point that everything until then has led up to and everything from then will lead on from. The South Node is here until January 2022 so things will continue to evolve and it is when the Moon comes full circle from this eclipsing Full Moon that the pieces will fall into place and make sense. Until the Moon returns on 23rd June things are still playing out but until leaving on 25th June will trigger what could be some of the best days of the month across the income, work and career fronts. It is a given that the Moon will form a friendly aspect to the dwarf planet Eris in your career sector as it moves through your work sector each month and vice versa. As the Moon moves through your career sector from 4th June to 6th June it will form a friendly aspect to the South Node on the job front. The difference when the Moon returns to your work sector is that there will be a new player in town by then. Mars' return to your income sector on 12th June will not only begin the most lucrative months of 2021 but will receive a friendly nod from the Moon as it moves through your work sector.
Your work and career sectors are two areas of your chart where there is ongoing planetary activity, with Pluto in your work sector until 2024 and Uranus in your career sector until 2026. However, these are slow outer planets, here for the long haul and focused on the long game. It is when the faster moving planets move through that things become more active and while the pace dropped back on the job front several months ago they have only just dropped back on the career front. By the time you move into the new month, it has only been 11 days since the Sun left your career sector and the Moon has yet to come full circle from last month's New Moon. Until then, things are still unfolding and you have yet to tie up loose ends, creating the point where it can become more about the journey. The Moon will return for that visit from 6th June to 9th June. Often, what is birthed on a New Moon takes until the Moon comes full circle to fully play out, with a lot of things likely to fall into place as the Moon moves through. An intuitive read on work and job matters will also bring a chance to get your bearings during the early part of this new month. The Moon will also make two other important visits this month, first to your income sector and then to your work sector, each important for different reasons. With no planetary activity on the income front until Venus and Mars return to your income sector next month, the Moon's return from 16th June to 18th June will be a valuable chance to get a read on where the money is. However, as the Moon moves through it will also form a friendly aspect to Uranus and the dwarf planet Ceres in your career sector and to Pluto, now in his second month in retrograde motion in your work sector. This will create positive conditions across the income, work and career fronts. Even more significant is the Moon's return to your work sector from 25th June to 27th June. Returning as a Full Moon, this could act as a catalyst for work and job matters.
With the Sun always spending the first three weeks of June in your career sector, the solar spotlight is always on your career and professional situation, matters and options at this time of year. However, while the Sun has only been in your career sector for 11 days by the time we move into the new month and will leave on 21st June, a lot of water has already passed under the bridge and will continue to. While Venus and Mercury both returned to your career sector last month and this gave them a jump on the Sun, they returned just days after Mars had wrapped up a seven week visit. Venus and Mercury brought a chance to put heart and head in the game and on the same page in order to capitalise on the momentum that Mars has created, just as Jupiter's departure from your work sector allowed things on the job front to slow down and settle. While Jupiter will retrograde back into your work sector at the end of next month until then, in his first full month in retrograde motion Saturn is slowing the pace down, giving things a chance to become more stable and settled. It was just a week later that Mercury also turned retrograde in your career sector. Unlike work and job matters, where Saturn is the only planet here so all the focus is on the past and on regrouping, Mercury is not alone in your career sector so this is just one facet of your career focus. Venus will leave your career sector on 3rd June but not before giving your heart a voice, with the Sun keeping the solar spotlight on the road ahead. Meanwhile, the Moon's return from 9th June to 11th June will not only create a New Moon but a solar eclipse, something that can give career matters the green light at a time when Mercury is holding the doors open to the past, second chances and untapped professional potential. Mercury will turn direct on 23rd June but will stay on for the rest of the month, bringing you to a point where you are ready to tie up loose ends.
This month brings a mix of the expected and the unexpected and it is the latter that is cause for excitement and that includes on the job and career fronts. The expected is that Neptune, in your work sector from 2012 to 2026 will always turn retrograde in June, bringing you to a point where there is a chance to regroup. Also expected is that the Sun will return to your career sector three weeks into June and often close to when Neptune turns retrograde. This sees Neptune take work and job matters into review mode just as the Sun turns the solar spotlight onto your career and professional situation, matters and options and onto moving things forward. This year they happen within a 12 hour period on 21st June, starting with Neptune's retrograde turn. The unexpected is that Neptune is not on his own in your work sector and two months before the Sun turns the solar spotlight onto career matters things have been heating up, with extraordinary if not game changing conditions on both fronts before you even move into the new month. It began with Mars' return to your career sector on 23rd April, just three weeks before Jupiter, the planet of luck and expansion returned to your work sector for the first time in over a decade. Mars won't leave your career sector until 12th June and will be joined by Venus on 3rd June, bringing them together here for the first time since 2009. Considering that 11 years ago they came together for less than 24 hours, the nine days they will spend together here this month, from 3rd June to 12th June, is more than enough time. Mars brings the brute force to make things happen while Venus brings the motivation, creating the potential for real momentum before the Sun even returns on 21st June. This happens as Jupiter and Neptune, the planets of luck and dreams are spending their first full month together in your work sector in our lifetime. Neptune will turn retrograde on 21st June and Jupiter on 26th June, something that will see him retrograde back out next month. However, the things being set in motion on the job and career fronts this month will define the rest of this professional year and beyond.
To begin with, it is business as usual on the professional front and no reason to suggest that this is about to change. For you, business as usual means that now that all the faster planets have moved through your work sector, things have reached a settled and stable point. There is enough planetary activity on the job front to keep the wheels turning but as this is being driven by the dwarf planet Eris who is playing a long game, there is no longer a need to reinvent the wheel. When it comes to work and job matters it is about maintaining a steady momentum and that will remain the case for the rest of the year. The Moon's return every four weeks will bring a chance to check in, make course corrections and bring anything lagging up the speed. This makes it important to pay attention as the Moon moves through from 4th June to 6th June. Meanwhile, there has been no planetary activity in your career sector for eight months and with the Sun not returning until later next month, there is nothing to suggest that here, everything is about to change. The day that everything changes is 12th June when Mars, the planet of passion and the warrior planet of the cosmos returns to your career sector for the first time in two years. Returning ahead of the faster planets gives Mars a chance to forge new paths, fire things up and get things started ahead of time while knowing there will be backup to bring things home. By the time the Moon moves through your career sector from 14th June to 16th June, Mars will have been here for five days, with a chance to bring your professional instincts, imagination, passions and fighting spirit together in order to get a better sense of what you are fighting for. This includes the war Mars will wage on roadblocks and barriers, whether real or imagined. Meanwhile, things will take an even more exciting turn when Mars is joined by Venus on 27th June, providing the motivation to go with his brute force.
June is the month when you have a chance to catch your breath and as it is the only one, this is an important firebreak between some busy months on the job front and a new wave of planetary activity on the career front. By the time you move into the new month, it has only been 11 days since the Sun left your work sector, taking the solar spotlight off work and job matters and ending a busy push that began with Mars' return in the New Year. Because the Moon hasn't even come full circle from last month's New Moon yet, you are still processing the journey of recent months and things are still falling into place. The Moon will move through from 6th June to 9th June and coming full circle from last month's New Moon, this is when anything birthed then will finish playing out. By this point, everything will be out in the open and exposed. This is also a chance to check in with Uranus, who will keep the wheels turning for the rest of the year and also with the dwarf planet Ceres, who until leaving at the end of next month will continue to redefine your needs and priorities on the job front. Ceres will not keep work and job matters overly active for her focus is internal rather than external, helping you to better understand your priorities, especially when it comes to job satisfaction and a sense of purpose. Meanwhile, while the Sun doesn't return to your career sector until around 23rd August each year, Venus and Mars will both return next month. While this won't have an impact this month this makes the Moon's return more important but also makes this a valuable chance to first let things settle on the job front before a new chapter begins. The Moon will move through your career sector from 16th June to 18th June and as well as fuelling your professional instincts and imagination, this can act as a trigger. This is also when Venus and Mars' approach might start showing up on your over the horizon radar.
The focus will always be on your work situation and job matters at this time of year, with the Sun always spending the first three weeks of June in your work sector. This is always when the solar spotlight is on your work situation, job matters and options. The difference this year is just how much water has already passed under the bridge and how much will continue to flow after he leaves on 21st June. While the Sun has only been in your work sector for 11 days by the time you move into the new month, things have been evolving since Mars returned in early March. Just 11 days separated the end of Mars' seven week visit and Mercury's return, with Venus' return just a few days later picking up on the momentum this had already created and has been running with it ever since. As you move into the new month Venus and Mercury, who aligned towards the end of May and have already put heart and head in the game and on the same page are going their separate ways. A retrograde turn on 30th May will keep Mercury here for the rest of the month and in retrograde motion until 23rd June, offers a chance to return to the drawing board. On the other hand, Venus will leave on 3rd June though not before giving your heart a voice. While Mercury's retrograde phase will keep some of the focus on the past, until he leaves on 21st June, the Sun will not only keep the solar spotlight on work and job matters but on the road ahead. Meanwhile, the Moon's return from 9th June to 11th June and the eclipsing New Moon this will create on 10th June is all about new beginnings and opportunities. With Mercury not leaving until 12th July, from his direct turn on 23rd June he will be busy tying up loose ends and bringing things home.
There is a mix of the expected and the unexpected on the job front this month and both in a way that makes this one of the most defining months of the year. The expected is that the Sun's return to your work sector on 21st June is the point in every year when the solar spotlight will fall onto your work situation, job matters and options. Regardless of what has or hasn't happened until this point, this is the latest point in any year that you will have to wait to see any action on the job front. The unexpected is that work and job matters have been developing for two months by then. It began when Mars, the planet of passion and the warrior planet of the cosmos returned to your work sector on 23rd April for the first time in two years and where, since then he has been firing things up. Mars is still here when you move into the new month and while he will leave on 12th June, Venus' return on 3rd June means there will be someone to pass the baton onto. Because Mars won't stay on to see things through he can focus on forging new trails and getting things started without having to think about the follow through. As well as fuelling your work passions, fighting and competitive spirit, Mars has declared war on roadblocks and barriers, whether real or imagined. Venus' return will give your heart a voice, giving you a better sense of what you are fighting for and the motivation to harness Mars' brute force. The last time that Venus and Mars were in your work sector at the same time was in 2009 but back then it was for less than 24 hours. There is a lot the two can accomplish during the nine days they are together, from 3rd June to 12th June. The Moon's return from 11th June to 14th June will be key to making their final days together here count. Venus will leave on 27th June but with the Sun here from 21st June, the momentum will continue. Meanwhile, all the planets returning to your work sector will benefit from having Jupiter in your income sector.
If you were to helicopter into the early days of June, with no memory of what has transpired until now or without your sixth sense picking up on what lies ahead, this would appear to be a low key and quiet professional month. However, you didn't helicopter in and just four days after the Moon left your career sector, wrapping up a total lunar eclipse, you are still processing the impact this has had. This was not just the only total lunar eclipse of 2021 but just one of two Super Moons, with the most powerful Full Moon of the year having just run its course. Eclipses are never random and this one was connected to the South Node, which has been in your career sector since May 2020. This eclipsing Full Moon unleashed everything that has been building behind the scenes since then and especially this year and this will continue to play out until all the pieces fall into place when the Moon comes full circle. With the Moon not returning until 23rd June, this gives you time to let things play out. However, before then the professional gods will play another wildcard, this time on the job front. There has been no planetary activity in your work sector in eight months and with the Sun not returning until later next month, none is usually expected. That will change when Mars returns to your work sector on 12th June, with his first visit in two years creating the first real momentum on the job front this year. Because it is Mars starting things off and because of the planets that will follow in his footsteps, he can focus on forging new trails, getting things started and on creating the kind of momentum that you have months to follow through on. The Moon's return from 14th June to 16th June will give you an intuitive read on work and job matters and a chance to get a read on the warrior planet's influence during his early days here. Things will get another boost when Venus returns on 27th June, returning to give your heart a voice and a better sense of where to channel Mars' work passions, fighting and competitive spirit.