While Venus will leave and return to your income sector on 8th February, Mercury’s return to Pisces on 4th February will ensure that long before your birthday month begins you already have your head in the game and around new options. The Sun’s return to Pisces on 19th February will leave a nostalgic and reflective part of your chart empty but not your focus on the past, with Mercury turning retrograde in Pisces on 17th February. A New Moon on 24th February will be a chance to commit to your new solar year, the future and the journey ahead, but with the doors still open to the past.
This will be especially so when the Moon not only returns to your romantic sector from 6th February to 8th February but coming full circle from last month’s lunar eclipse could trigger unexpected developments. The timing is also significant, with romantically charged lunar vibes in play during Venus’ final days in Pisces, both leaving within the space of just a few hours, on 8th February. The North Node isn’t a planet but as the force that is keeping romantic matters on track, the romantically charged start to the month will create all the momentum that you need. Meanwhile, while there is no planetary activity in your relationship sector, your relationships do have a secret weapon.
However, with the Sun having left your career sector just before Christmas and Jupiter having just wrapped up a 13 month visit a month before Mars returned, there was and still is a huge amount of untapped professional potential. Mars is the perfect planet to both exploit the potential created in the past and to carve a new path forward. Mars’ final days in your career sector can be thought of as a plane or a space rocket taking off, when a huge amount of thrust and fuel is required in order to overcome gravity and reach for the skies. Once a plane gets up to cruising altitude or a rocket breaks through the earth’s gravity field the engines can throttle back and cruise mode begins.
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