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In more ways than one, the timing of the dwarf planet Ceres’ direct turn in your work sector on Monday couldn’t be more important or significant. Two days after the Moon left your income sector and from wrapping up a New Moon there, this allows work and job matters to catch the wave that this has created. Ceres will remain stationary for a time but coming up fast is the Sun and by midweek, with the solar spotlight about to shift off your income situation, matters and options, they will form a friendly aspect. However, even more significant is that this comes just as Jupiter and Saturn both reach a point where they are just two months away from your work sector and the game changing implications this will have. Ceres only retrograded back in at the end of September and after just 22 days in retrograde motion has gleaned all she can from looking back and is now looking to the future. Ceres’ job is to update your needs and priorities on the job front before major new doors open in December.
This should be a quiet month professionally but there are unexpected developments that bring income, work and career matters into play in a way that could create a sense of deja vu or that could see you return to something from earlier in the year. While there is no longer any planetary activity in your career sector, hasn’t been since Venus left in August and won’t be until Mars returns in March, for the first time in 17 years you have the North Node here, maintaining a sense of professional direction and purpose. The North Node only returned in May and here now until January 2022, this is the start of a journey that won’t really come into its own until next year. It is only the job front that there has been no planetary activity the dwarf planet Ceres left your work sector in April, Mars at the end of June and Saturn in early July. With Ceres making her first visit in four, Mars in two and Saturn in 26 years, this was over and above the annual planetary activity on the job front that you get in January and February each year. With Saturn returning with Jupiter, the planet of luck and expansion in January, this was a chance to set some deep preparation work in motion. However, what was not expected was Ceres’ return late last month, for a short but timely recap. Ceres shouldn’t be back for another four years but she has retrograded back in to finish what she began between January and April, this time nearly three months after Saturn left and as things have had a chance to settle. With the biggest developments on the job front in six decades now less than three months away, Ceres has returned for a quick recap of your needs and priorities, especially when it comes to job satisfaction and a sense of purpose. Ceres will turn direct on 19th October and leave on 10th November, so this is a short recap.