Because the Sun will always leave one area of your chart and return to the next between 19 and 23 days into the month and Venus and Mercury are usually close by, each month of the year will witness the same slide or progression from one to the other. In February that slide or progression is away from playful and onto work and job matters, with the Sun in your romantic and creative sector until 19th February, before returning to your work sector. Yet, as is often the case there is a crossover and this year that crossover began back in January, before the Sun even returned. Venus returned to this fun, playful, romantic and creatively charged part of your chart on 20th December and spent Christmas, New Year, the holiday period and the first two weeks of 2020 here.
On the romantic front what you see is what you get but while Mercury will be gone from your romantic sector by 4th February and the Sun will leave on 19th February there will be a strong sense that things are unfinished. That is because not only will Mercury retrograde back in for a double dip visit early next month you have Saturn returning to your romantic sector for the first time in three decades and Mars for the first time in two years. It is in March that extraordinary developments not seen on the romantic front in decades will begin, with the full quota of romantic activity you normally get in February, this time just the warm up.
This is something that will always happen in February, with the Sun’s return to your work sector on 19th February always turning the solar spotlight onto your work situation, job matters and options at this time every year. This year things got off to an early start, thanks to Venus’ return just two weeks into 2020. Venus is still here as you move into February but will leave on 8th February. However, not before working to fuel your job confidence, attract opportunities and steer things in a lucrative direction. It is Mercury’s return on 4th February that will bring a chance to get your head in the game and your feet on the ground.
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