Your free Aquarius money horoscope for today, this week and this month. Can Aquarius star sign expect a financial windfall, or is it time to budget?
The weekend’s Full Moon will have an impact on the coming week and it is all positive. This is part of the reason why Neptune, the only planet in either of your two money houses is having a very good week. It was the weekend’s professionally charged Full Moon that not only fell at a friendly aspect to Neptune in your income sector, but just as Mars was spending his first weekend in your work sector. Even without the Full Moon or Mars’ return, this would still have been a good week for Neptune and for income matters. For it was last Friday, during Mars’ first full day in your work sector and as the Moon returned to your income sector, that Neptune began a 17 day alignment with the North Node. This is an alignment that has been building all year, creating some positive conditions across the income and job fronts. What Mars’ return and the weekend’s Full Moon have done, is make this easier to exploit.
This is a relatively quiet month for the money gods and that suits you just fine. With the first planet to reach your financial sector this year not returning until August, it is too soon to reinvent the wheel financially. For now, the Moon’s monthly visits to your financial sector are enough in terms of staying on top of any financial housekeeping and for checking in for any updates. Your financial sector is focused on money matters as a whole so is more about what you do with the money you have. With the Sun, Mercury, Mars and Venus all returning in the second half of the year, starting with Mars return, you can afford to wait until then. This gives you a chance to let things settle on the income front, where this year’s active months have literally just run their course. It began with Mars’ return to your income sector in the final six weeks of 2018 and since then the Sun, Mercury and Venus have moved through. A retrograde phase kept Mercury and his smart head for money here for over two months, instead of the two weeks he will normally spend here. Mercury didn’t leave until just before Easter while Venus, held back by a retrograde phase last year didn’t leave until Easter weekend itself. By the time you move into the new month, Venus has only been gone for 10 days and you are still processing literally months of planetary activity. It was during that time that Chiron, the planet of healing left in February, leaving dreamy Neptune on his own for the first time since returning in 2012. Unlike your financial sector, where there is only planetary activity at certain times of the year, with Neptune in your income sector until 2026, the last few months have been the push to get things up to speed, where he can then maintain them. This is why you don’t want to be distracted by financial housekeeping. Neptune and all the untapped income potential he is now the custodian for will get a boost from Mars’ return to your work sector on 16th May, giving this professional year its first real shot in the arm.