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While the Sun, Venus and Mercury have all been and gone from your career sector and that will usually have brought all planetary activity for the year to a close, Mars was always going to stay on in order to tie up loose ends. That job became a lot easier with Juno’s return last week. As the queen of commitment and here until September 2020, Juno’s message to Mars is ‘you do you and I’ll do me’. This frees Mars to do what he does best, which is to fire up your professional passions, fighting and competitive spirit without thought to how you are going to follow this through or back things up. Juno doesn’t have the power to get things started but as the queen of commitment she has the sustainability to ensure that a ‘body in motion remains in motion’. This crossover week is a chance for Mars to focus on the sprint to get things up to speed, knowing it will turn into a marathon once he leaves early next week.
November is always a grey area in terms of planetary activity on the career front. The Sun will always leave your career sector in October and this will take the solar spotlight off your career and professional situation, matters and options, something that happens at this time every year. However, at the start of the month it was just eight days ago that the Sun left and as Venus and Mercury can stay on for several weeks after the Sun leaves, it is not uncommon to still have planetary activity here. However, what is not so common is to have had Venus and Mercury both leave before the Sun, yet still leaving your career sector active. This is all because of Mars, with the warrior planet of the cosmos making his first visit in two years and last for another two years. Two things make Mars’ time here potentially more significant than would normally be the case. The first is the amount of planetary activity here over recent months and how close you are to the end of this professional year. Mars isn’t leaving until 19th November and with the end of this professional year in sight by then, it shouldn’t take much to keep momentum going or to hold onto his professional passions, fighting and competitive spirit. The one complaint Mars sometimes draws is that he is full of hot headed enthusiasm, getting you excited to throw yourself into what it is that grabs your attention professionally, only to leave you on your own when it comes to the follow through. This is where the second factor comes in and this could be a game changer. On its own, Juno’s return to your career sector shouldn’t be a game changer. As an asteroid Juno doesn’t have the clout to get things up to speed. However, as the queen of commitment Juno is able to keep you committed long after Mars has moved in and this is what makes this a game changer. For while Juno will normally spend two to three months here, she is instead here until September 2020. And 2020 just happens to host some major developments on the income front.