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The Moon only left your income sector a few hours after the weekend’s Full Moon, allowing you to begin the week with a sharp nose for money and a lucrative sense of direction from the get go. However, this is just a small fraction of the advantage this has actually created, with the Full Moon acting as a catalyst for forces across the income, work and career fronts. For this Full Moon didn’t fall in a vacuum but during Mars’ first weekend in your career sector and during the early days of a major alignment between job and career forces. It has been nearly two years since Mars was last here, but it was clear from the get go that this would not be a cold start. Despite the fact that the Sun is still a month away, the forces behind a total solar eclipse here in early July, are already gaining momentum. With or without Mars or the Full Moon this was going to be a week where job and career matters would start coming together.
There is a chance to catch your breath this month, though the danger lies in not appreciating what a short window of opportunity this is. By the time you move into the new month it has been just 10 days since Venus left your work sector, the last in a parade of planets that has kept things busy over recent months. As the last to arrive and therefore the last to leave, Venus had a chance to finish this busy and active phase with her focus on fuelling your job confidence, attracting opportunities and steering things in a lucrative direction. Knowing that it is dreamy Neptune that will keep the wheels moving, Venus was able to give your heart a voice. You begin the month with the Moon in your work sector and while it will leave on 1st May, you are literally still tying up loose ends in the early hours of the month. With Neptune not only in your work sector all year but until 2026, there is no fear of work and job matters going off the boil, but he is playing a long and a slow game. With the Sun not returning to your career sector until 22nd June, there is every reason to assume that you can spend the whole of May and the first three weeks of next month letting things settle. You do have a chance to catch your breath in the early part of the month, but not for as long as you might assume you have. Yes, the Sun won’t return until later next month and this will be the catalyst for a total solar eclipse here in early July. However, Mars’ return to your career sector on 16th May will fire things up professionally and it will stay that way through the middle months of 2019. The Moon will move through your career sector from 8th May to 11th May and leaving just five days before Mars returns, you should be able to pick up clues to what is approaching.