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Starting the week with the Moon in your work sector is always an advantage, giving you an intuitive read on work and job matters from the get go. However, in this case the timing could have long range implications and is so fortuitous that this could be a game changer. As we move into the new week Mars has only just left your work sector, not only wrapping up his own nearly seven week visit but 16 months of near continuous planetary activity. The Moon returned on Sunday so was there during Mars’ final hours and as he left and not leaving until Tuesday, this will ensure you have your finger on the pulse and ear to the ground as all planetary activity comes to an end. As well as a better chance to absorb all the information you can, the Moon’s friendly aspect to all three planets in your career sector is a chance to transfer work and job matters onto their general professional umbrella. Thanks to the Moon there will be no sudden drop off but a busy pace will dial back.
This should be a fairly quiet month professionally or at least that is typically the case if there are no extraordinary conditions in play. If nothing extraordinary is in play, the Sun’s departure from your work sector just before Christmas will bring all planetary activity on the job front to a close until later the following year. With the Sun not returning to your career sector until the latter part of March, this will typically get the year off to a slow start. However, you haven’t had too many typical years lately, with Saturn in your work sector from 2014 to 2017 and Jupiter having just wrapped up a 13 month visit in December. With the major planets gone things should revert back to normal, but reality will be telling you something different. Just when work and job matters should have been dialling back, Mars’ return to your work sector on 3rd January, a month to the day after Jupiter left, has instead fired things back up again. Until leaving on 17th February, the pace will remain high on the job front and at times will become frenetic. It will be nearly two years before Mars is back and with so much to exploit after the 13 months Jupiter has spent here, he will be relentless in his pursuit of job potential, encouraging you to put everything you have into everything you do. At the same time, while the Sun won’t return to your career sector until later next month, Venus will return on 8th February and in the process will create nine of the most significant days of the month. Returning ahead of schedule and before the Sun’s need for reality checks, Venus returns to fuel your professional confidence, attract opportunities and steer things in a lucrative direction. This makes the timing of the Moon’s return to your income sector on 8th February stunning, creating a Full Moon on 9th February that could be a catalyst for unexpected developments and breakthroughs across the income, work and career fronts. From 8th February to 17th February Venus and Mars will work to create real possibilities across the job and career fronts.