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Held back by a retrograde phase last year, Venus didn’t return to your work sector until last week and the timing couldn’t be better. This means that while the Sun and Mercury will leave on Tuesday, Venus is here to take over from where they leave off. It also means there will be a shift in focus and this could be dramatic. The Sun turns the solar spotlight onto work and job matters at this time every year, with his departure on Tuesday a schedule he sticks to year after year. Mercury, who only returned two weeks earlier, wraps up a short 14 day visit just hours later. This has been a chance to get your head in the game. The Moon’s return to your income sector three minutes before the Sun leaves is what could create a dramatic shift. For just as Venus takes the wheel and as the planet of money her mission to steer things in a lucrative direction gains momentum, it will be with an intuitive sense of where the money is.
May is often a busy month for you, with the Sun always spending the first three weeks in your work sector. However, the nearly seven weeks Mars had spent here until leaving in the final hours of March has changed your definition of the word busy. Compared to having no planetary activity in your work sector, then the Sun’s return each year does usher in a busy phase. However, considering how busy things have been over recent months, this is a step down. Yet while the pace isn’t as manic the implications are stunning, with the Sun aligning with Uranus here for the first time in eight decades. Uranus returned in May 2018, but during the Sun’s final days and when he was too far ahead to even be aware of this. Uranus left a few months later, but the planet of surprise, synchronicity and the unexpected returned in March and is here now for the next seven years. Just days after returning last month the Sun aligned with Uranus here for the first time in eight decades, as will Mercury when returns on 7th May and Venus on 15th May. The Sun will always shine the solar spotlight on your work situation and job matters during the first three weeks of May, in a way that looks at ‘what is’. However, Uranus looks beyond ‘what is’ and by looking outside the square can bring whole new ways of looking at things. While the Sun, Mercury and Venus are just passing through, with Uranus here until 2026 this also means that whatever you start will continue to have ongoing support. It is the Moon’s visit from 4th May to 6th May that will create a New Moon on 5th May. However, with Venus and Mercury not here by then and heart and head not yet in the game, whatever this triggers might take time to evolve or fully reveal itself. It is still a time for new beginnings or to draw a new line in the sand.