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While the Moon left your work sector shortly after the weekend’s Full Moon, the ramifications will continue this week and beyond. As the first Full Moon since Jupiter left in November this was always going to be an extraordinary Full Moon, able to act as a catalyst for all the untapped job potential the planet of luck and expansion had left behind. Yet timing turned this into a catalyst for developments across the income, work and career fronts, with events still unfolding. Why the timing was so auspicious is that the Full Moon didn’t just fall in any weekend, but Mars’ first weekend in your income sector and just as a major alignment of forces on the income and job fronts was forming. This has empowered you to fight for what you deserve, while the week begins with work and job matters taking off. A rallying cry has gone out across the income, work and career fronts. This is the start of something that will take weeks if not months to unfold.
While things aren’t as quiet professionally as they might seem at first glance, this is an important month to regroup and confirm your professional game moving forward. While the Sun left your career sector in March, held back by a retrograde phase last year Venus was late to arrive and therefore late to leave, while Mercury spent much of March in retrograde motion here, so was late to leave as well. Mercury finally left just before Easter and Venus just days later, a month to the day after the Sun left. By the time you move into the new month, it was just 10 days ago that Venus left, so this is still early days. You begin the month with the Moon here and while it will leave on 1st May, the job of tying up loose ends and defining where to from here has just begun. While the faster planets have now been and gone but with Neptune here all year and right through to 2026, things will never go completely off the boil. Chiron’s departure in February means that for the first time since his return in 2012 Neptune is on his own and for the planet of dreams this is important. No longer forced to confront old professional ghosts or demons, Neptune is taking the last four months and is using it as the platform for the rest of this professional year. The Moon will come full circle from 26th May to 29th May, with a chance to once again check in. Meanwhile, it is the Moon’s visit to your work sector from 17th May to 19th May that has the potential to be extremely exciting because of the timing, for what it will trigger and the history here. While Jupiter left your work sector in November after 13 months here there is still a huge amount of momentum and untapped job potential, which the Moon always brings a chance to tap into. Yet the Full Moon this will create on 19th May, the first since Jupiter left could trigger significant and unexpected developments on the job front. Why the timing is auspicious is because just three days earlier, Mars returns to your income sector on 16th May.