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Weekly General Horoscopes (Updates on Monday) - 29 June 2020
Monday is Mars, the planet of passion and the warrior planet of the cosmos but also your ruling planet's first full day in Aries and that changes everything. At a point in the year when the number of planets in retrograde motion continues to increase you will find that your own motivation and your passions, drive, warrior and competitive spirit is now able to balance this out. Normally in Aries for six to seven weeks as he lays down the foundations for this new Mars cycle, he will instead spend the rest of the year here, not leaving until January. This gives you time to not only explore many quests and projects but to make some wrong turns. If something doesn't work out you will have time to backtrack and try something new. This is a rare opportunity and this longest visit in 32 years changes everything and that includes across almost every aspect of your life. This also allows you to draw a line in the sand between the first and second half of the year.
At the same time that even though Venus is now spending her first full week in direct motion in your income sector the number of planets in retrograde motion continues to increase, you will now feel ready to take advantage of this. While Mars won't turn retrograde until September, just returning to a nostalgic and reflective part of your chart over the weekend is calling for more time in the slow lane and more time to hear yourself think. This comes as Uranus, while still in direct motion in Taurus is slowing down ahead of his retrograde in August. This isn't creating roadblocks but is just eliminating the rush mentality that dominated much of the first half of the year. One of the planets in retrograde motion is Saturn, who on Thursday will retrograde back out of your career sector and back into an adventurous part of your chart. Starting the week with the Moon in your work sector will give you a sense of how to make Saturn's final days in your career sector count.
Between them, Mars and Saturn are the planets that are creating the biggest shifts this week. It was over the weekend that Mars left your career sector and returned to your sector of friendship, teamwork and networking, though not before firing things up professionally. However, with Neptune in his first full week in retrograde motion in your career sector, Ceres her last in direct motion here and both barely moving, this has seen any urgency dial back. Mars has moved on and not just this week but for the rest of the year will fuel your passions, competitive and team spirit. Meanwhile, while Saturn will begin the week in an adventurous part of your chart he will retrograde back into your financial sector on Thursday, where he will rejoin Jupiter and Pluto, who are already in retrograde motion here. Where Jupiter and Pluto have been exposing missed opportunities, Saturn will return to help you work on them.
For the last nine decades the Moon has returned to your home and family sector and in the process has clashed with the dwarf planet Eris, in your career sector since 1926. This makes this a familiar but also fleeting reminder when it comes to work/life balance and the timing couldn't be better. The Moon will then move onto a playful part of your chart, where from Tuesday to Thursday it will deliver a message that life can't be all work and no play. This is something that happens every four weeks but never has this been more important or timely with Mars, warrior planet of the cosmos not just spending his first full week in your career sector but here now for the rest of the year. Normally here for just six weeks but here now until January, with the South Node in your work sector until 2022 and the most lucrative months of the year just weeks away, Mars' return has exciting implications across the income, work and career fronts.
Whether it is starting the week with the Moon in your communication sector or ending the week with an eclipsing Full Moon in your work sector, the Moon will play a pivotal role in where Saturn starts and ends the week. It was just over three months ago that Saturn returned to your relationship sector for what should have been the start of a three year relationship boot camp but instead, he will retrograde back out on Thursday. With Saturn returning in December and bringing lucky Jupiter with him, this has been a chance to identify what you need to work on, in order to prepare for the future. With Saturn leaving by retrograding back out, having the Moon start the week in your income sector is a chance to ensure the communication lines are open. It is on Thursday that Saturn will retrograde back into your work sector, putting him here during the weekend's eclipsing Full Moon and the chance this will bring to take your power back.
Starting the week with the Moon in your income sector will be a mixed blessing and even more so than is normally the case. Since the dwarf planet Eris returned to your financial sector in 1926 the Moon has returned to your financial sector and into opposition, making this both a familiar and fleeting stress testing of a balance between money coming in and money going out. The difference this time is the timing and that includes on both sides of the financial fence. With Venus, the planet of money in her first full week in direct motion in your work sector and Saturn retrograding back out of your work sector on Thursday, the Moon's friendly aspect to both couldn't come with better timing. Friendly conditions across the income, work and career fronts will turn any financial tension into motivation. Meanwhile, as Mars begins his longest visit to your financial sector in 32 years he will use any financial tension to fuel your financial passions and fighting spirit.
Starting the month with the Moon in Libra is always an advantage, sharpening your sixth sense, fuelling your intuition, instincts and imagination and giving you an intuitive edge from the get go. This will make it easier to read the different dynamics in play, in a week where there are some major shifts. It was over the weekend that Mars left your work sector, with the Moon giving you an intuitive read on what is a regrouping of the planets on both the job and career fronts. As Monday is Mars' first full day in your relationship sector this will also give you a better read on any balance issues between your personal and relationship needs, giving you a better sense of what you want from your relationships and what they need from you from the get go. The Moon's return to Libra over the weekend has already seen it move into a friendly aspect to Venus, in her first full week in direct motion in an adventurous part of your chart and to Saturn, as he prepares to leave a playful part on Thursday.
The Moon is the fastest object in the heavens and in each area of your chart for just a few days its influence is familiar and fleeting. However, the Moon manages to find itself in the right place at the right time throughout the week, even if it might not feel like an advantage at the time. The week begins with the Moon in a nostalgic and reflective part of your chart and as this is the first week of Mars' longest visit to your work sector in 32 years, this is a reminder from the get go to pace yourself. The Moon will not only spend from Tuesday to Thursday in Scorpio but making a friendly aspect to planets in a playful and adventurous part of your chart brings a timely reminder that life can't be all work and no play. However, it is from Thursday to Saturday that the Moon's return to your income sector will reveal the full impact of Mars' return, especially on income and job matters. It is over the weekend that an eclipsing Full Moon will push through any communication barriers.
Five planets are having a game changing impact this week and they are Venus, Mars, Jupiter, Pluto and Saturn, though the Sun and Mercury would argue that their influence on the financial front is just as important. However, as this is something that happens at this time each year this isn't having the game changing impact that the other planets are having. For Mars, it was his return to a fun, playful, romantic and creatively charged part of your chart over the weekend, with Monday the first full day of his longest visit in 32 years. Normally Mars will spend six weeks fuelling your romantic and creative passions but he is here now until January. At the same time, in her first full week in direct motion in your relationship sector, Venus is taking advantage of Saturn's final days in your communication sector before leaving on Thursday. It is then that Saturn will rejoin Jupiter and Pluto in your income sector, in time for the weekend's potentially game changing eclipsing Full Moon.
There is a major opportunity this week to push the 'reset' button, with Jupiter and Pluto not only aligning in Capricorn on Tuesday but Saturn returning two days later and in time for the weekend's eclipsing Full Moon. Any one of those events would be and is game changing. It was back in April that Jupiter and Pluto aligned in Capricorn for the first time in our lifetime, with their second alignment coming while the planets of luck and change are in retrograde motion. As the planet of change and revolution, Pluto is helping to clear old barriers in order to give Jupiter, the planet of luck and expansion better access to missed opportunities. It is when Saturn retrogrades back in on Thursday that you will gain the power to move mountains, with Sunday's eclipsing Full Moon the point where you are able to take your power back and especially the power over your past and therefore your future.
While Saturn is in retrograde motion in Aquarius and will be until he retrogrades back out on Thursday, this is all about the future, your future. In December Saturn will return to Aquarius where he will spend the next three years, with Jupiter returning just three days later to begin a new 12 year Jupiter cycle of expansion. It has been six decades since Saturn and Jupiter, the two most powerful planets in the solar system were in Aquarius at the same time but it is in the final days of the year that they will align here for the first time, literally since the Dark Ages. To say that 2021 will be one of your most powerful and empowered years in a lifetime is almost an understatement. Saturn returned just over three months ago to explore what you need to do or work on to prepare for what lies ahead and that will continue until he retrogrades back out on Thursday. This is all about looking to the past in order to prepare for the future.
While there might be some financial intensity at the start of the week, even if this does create some financial tension the timing couldn't be better. The week begins with the Moon not only in your financial sector but at odds with the dwarf planet Eris in your income sector. This is something that has happened every four weeks for the last nine decades and is a chance to put a balance between money coming in and money going out to the test. Any financial tension this might create is familiar and fleeting. The difference this time is that Monday is not just Mars' first full day in your income sector but of his longest visit in 32 years and financial tension is rocket fuel for his warrior spirit. Mars has returned to help you fight for what you deserve and it comes with built in career support from the get go and from planetary activity on the job front next month.