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Monthly General Horoscopes - March 2019
There are some big changes this month and this has a big impact on you personally. The planets are always moving, but the outer planets literally stay in one area of your chart for years. Neptune has been in a nostalgic, reflective but also intuitive and imaginative part of your chart since 2012, Pluto has been in your career sector since 2008 and Uranus has been in Aries since 2010. So when an outer planet moves it is a major event, not just in any month but in any year, changing the dynamics of the year itself. The outer planet on the move is Uranus, who wraps up a nearly nine year visit to Aries on 6th March. This will have several major implications, all of them good. The first is that a quest to find your personal truth and your most authentic path forward that began in 2010 is coming to an end, with all the ups and downs that go with that. For several years now Uranus and Pluto have been rubbing each other the wrong way, creating both personal and professional pressure. Yet Uranus' return to your income sector will begin a long and auspicious association with not only Pluto in your career sector, but Saturn as well. With Mars, your ruling planet in your income sector until 31st March, the wheels are greased from the get go. For the first time since 2010, your birthday month and new solar year will begin on 21st March with no other agenda, with a chance to dial things back. A Full Moon in your relationship sector during the early hours of your birthday month might still put some pressure on you and your relationships, but not nearly as much as it would have, had Uranus still been here. Instead, with Venus in your friendship sector from 2nd March to 27th March and communication support all month, a Full Moon on 21st March will come with auspicious support from communication, friendship and relationship building forces.
Planets come and go from Taurus on a regular basis, with not only the Sun returning every year but Venus and Mercury as well. Starting the month with Mars in Taurus isn't a game changer, though as he only returns every other year, this is an advantage. With your birthday month and new solar year not starting until later next month and Mars not leaving until 31st March, new doors are already opening and Mars is already fuelling your passions and fighting spirit. However, there is nothing regular about Uranus' return to Taurus on 6th March and this is most definitely a game changer. Uranus did return for six months last year, with a chance to dip your toe in the water, before he retrograded back out in November. Uranus not only returns on 6th March but is here now until 2026. This is the start of a major new journey towards self discovery, the pursuit of an authentic path forward and a sense of purpose. This also changes the dynamics in the solar system, with Uranus returning to find that Mars has already established a strong relationship with Saturn, Pluto and the South Node in an adventurous part of your chart. This is the start of a relationship that will continue for the next five years. Life will, of course, go on and this month there are some exciting developments across the income, work and career fronts. Held back by a retrograde phase last year, Venus is late returning to your career sector and won't return until 2nd March. However, here until 27th March and with a Full Moon in your work sector on 21st March and Mars returning to your income sector on 31st March, something special is building. This won't overshadow the new personal quest or stop you from embracing a sense of adventure.
Since Jupiter returned to your relationship sector in November, he has been supported by a parade of planets moving through and also from the support of Uranus in your friendship sector. This has created a powerful start to the year for personal and professional networking, friendship and relationship building, something that will continue even after Uranus leaves on 6th March. Yet with Jupiter in his last full month in direct motion and with Ceres soundly at his side, on the relationship front, there is less of a push forward and more focus on the journey. Your relationships, will, however, remain an important focus this year. In the meantime, while the Sun will always spend the first three weeks of March in your career sector and there is a lot of confidence across the income, work and career fronts, this is not in the all or nothing way that it has been the past. You will find that it will take less to maintain your professional momentum, while still enjoying all the benefits. It helps that Mercury is in retrograde motion in your career sector from 6th March to 29th March and Venus doesn't return until 27th March. Why this is important, is that in the final weeks of your current Mars cycle, you don't have as much energy to go around. You will get a top up when Mars returns to Gemini on 31st March but until then, on both the personal and professional fronts, the more time you can spend in the slow lane the better. And just as well, for with Venus in an adventurous part of your chart from 2nd March to 27th March and the first of two playful Full Moons on 21st March, life can't be all work and no play. Whatever treadmill you may have been on in the past no longer has the right fit, nor is it required. This is a new perspective on life that you could get used to.
It is not so much that your professional year is in transition and more that your professional life has been in transition for several years now. Yet that all ends in the early days of the month, leaving you in a confident and stable place on the job and career fronts. It was in December 2017 that Saturn wrapped up what is likely to have been a three year boot camp on the job front, which Jupiter's return to your work sector in November is allowing you to capitalise on. It was only late last month, when the Moon made its monthly visit, that it became clear that work and job matters were now fixed, stable and well supported. With Jupiter here until December but turning retrograde next month, there is a lot of confidence, an abundance of time and no unexpected changes ahead. The same can't be said on the career front, with Uranus shaking things up for nearly nine years. Uranus finally leaves your career sector on 6th March, not to return for another 77 years. However, he leaves behind plenty of support and by the time the Sun returns on 21st March, the same stability on the job front will be felt on the career front. This also takes away some of the dominant focus on your professional life, finally getting to a point where work/life balance might be achievable. For as things settle back professionally, there is a rise in forces on the social, friendship and relationship fronts. While Venus will leave your relationship sector on 2nd March, she leaves behind a powerful force that will keep the focus on your relationships. The real game changer is Uranus' return to your sector of friendship, teamwork and networking on 6th March, to begin a seven year journey. This opens the doors to not just an important few months for personal and professional networking, friendship and relationship building, but some important years.
There has been a battle to find a balance between work and play all year and this only heats up this month. Uranus, in an adventurous part of your chart since 2010, leaves and returns to your career sector on 6th March, shifting the pendulum more towards the busy side of the scale. Especially with Saturn, Pluto and the South Node not only in your work sector all year, but keeping work and job matters evolving for years to come. Uranus returns to begin a seven year journey through your career sector, bringing you to the start of some of the most important professional years in a lifetime. Uranus won't leave your sector of adventure, travel, learning and discovery empty and with the Sun returning on 21st March, life won't be allowed to become all work and no play. Mainly because you have Jupiter, the largest and most powerful planet in the solar system, in a playful part of your chart all year. If you are going to struggle to find a balance between work and play it is more likely to be later in the year, when Jupiter returns to your work sector as well. This gives you time to make work/life balance a priority. In the meantime, this should be a good month for money matters. The Sun always spends the first three weeks of March in your financial sector, shining the solar spotlight on your financial situation and money matters. This year there is an unhurried feel, the past no longer has a hold on you and there will be a sense that a corner has been turned. With Mercury in retrograde motion here from 6th March to 29th March, there is a chance to spend time back at the drawing board. That and the fact that Venus, the planet of money doesn't return until 27th March, creates an unhurried feel.
Held back by her retrograde phase, Venus is running late, but she not only spends time in three areas of your chart this month, but hits each road marker at the right time. For the first time since 2014, as you move into March, Venus is still in a fun, playful, romantic and creatively charged part of your chart and has yet to return to your work sector, despite the fact that the Sun has been and gone from both. Venus will finally leave a playful part of your chart on 2nd March, but not before working with Mars in an adventurous part of your chart, preparing for Uranus' return there on 6th March. This has created a mix of romance, passion and adventure that has you excited about the playful and adventurous forces that will continue to build throughout the coming year. By the time Venus returns to your work sector, she has left behind a legacy that will continue to unfold. Venus is in your work sector from 2nd March to 27th March and with a Full Moon in your income sector on 21st March and Mars returning to your career sector on 31st March, she is able to exploit potential across the income, work and career fronts. Venus took off her planet of love hat off when she returned to your work sector but will put it back on when she returns to your relationship sector on 27th March. Venus will miss the Sun, who will take the solar spotlight off your relationships on 21st March. However Mercury, the planet of communication will not only still be here but is in retrograde motion from 6th March to 29th March. Venus will return to find the communication lines open from the get go, along with a chance to give the past and unsaid words a voice. Last year the biggest challenge was finding a balance between work and play, while this month this seems to be falling into place naturally.
Your greatest nemesis over the last nine years has been Uranus, stationed in your relationship sector and your opposing sign, since 2010. Over the years no planet has been able to move through Libra without moving into opposition but there was also a general but subtle sense of personal and relationship pressure throughout that time. In addition, Uranus has not been on good terms with Pluto for several years and that has created pressure or challenges on the home front. It is no wonder then that there is a sense of anticipation and then jubilation in the air as Uranus finally leaves on 6th March, not to return for another 77 years. Yet even before Uranus leaves you will be starting to appreciate the benefits. Having Jupiter in your communication sector until December and the massive amount of support during his early months has both given you and your relationships a voice and taken a lot of the bite out of Uranus' bark. Jupiter hasn't just offered you support on the communication front, but the planets moving through your communication sector have offered him support, making him more mellow. Before the pressure drops from you and your relationships, something more real and authentic is already emerging. This might be put to the test during a Full Moon in Libra on 21st March and during the Sun's early hours in your relationship sector. However Venus, in a fun, playful, romantic and creatively charged part of your chart from 2nd March to 27th March, is at friendly aspect to both the Sun and Moon as they clash. With Jupiter still in your communication sector but Uranus gone from your relationship sector, this should be the first sign that things really have changed. In the meantime, this should be a good month for work and job matters, without the busy pace that often accompanies this.
Whenever an outer planet moves from one area of your chart to another, there is going to be big changes and not just in the areas affected, for it will change the dynamics in the solar system itself. This makes Uranus' departure from your work sector and return to your relationship sector on 6th March a big deal on both fronts. After nearly nine years, Uranus' departure will create a lot more certainty on the job front, without the shifts and changes in order to put you on the right path. With the Sun returning on 21st March and Jupiter in your income sector until December, both income and job matters are in safe hands. In the meantime, Uranus' return to your relationship sector marks the start of the most important seven years on the relationship front in eight decades. Uranus is here until 2026, so this is a journey that all your relationships will go through over that time. With Mars already in your relationship sector and not due to leave until 31st March, this will add to what is already in play. And from the get go there is support from the communication gods. Venus, the planet of love will leave your communication sector on 2nd March, but she leaves behind the South Node, who is here until May 2020, Saturn who is here until December 2020 and Pluto, who is here until 2024. The first five years of a major seven year relationship journey comes with powerful communication support. In the meantime, held back by a retrograde phase last year, Venus doesn't return to your home and family sector until 2nd March but will remain here until 27th March. This comes just as the pace is dialling back to a more manageable one on the job front, your relationships are becoming more important and there is time to make home and family matters a priority.
Chances are you begin the month feeling content, settled and grounded, even if you can't explain why. This feeling will have strengthened or become more obvious when the Moon moved through Sagittarius in the final days of February. However, this is not something caused by the Moon and instead, something observed by the Moon and therefore intuitively. What this was, was the Moon's first visit to Sagittarius since Jupiter become settled, grounded in a visit that will run through to December. All the planets that were going to move through Sagittarius to help get this powerful year for new beginnings off the ground have. Jupiter is here. He is here to stay and slowing down ahead of a retrograde turn next month, is in no hurry. You have luck and time on your side and this is a strong, content, settled and grounded feeling. This will allow you to watch everything else unfolding this month through a confident, positive and optimistic lens. It helps that this month has few if any challenges, but some really and I mean some really exciting stuff happening. One of the most exciting areas is on the income and job fronts. For the first time since 1942, Mars is joined by Uranus in your work sector. Mars returned last month and won't leave until 31st March, while Uranus returns on 6th March and won't leave until 2026. While Venus will leave your income sector on 2nd March, she leaves behind Saturn, Pluto and the South Node, who will continue to give you the power to move mountains if you have to on the income front for years to come. This is the start of a strong and enduring relationship between the two, that will continue until Pluto leaves your income sector in 2024. Meanwhile, while Uranus leaves a playful part of your chart on 6th March, with the Sun returning on 21st March, there is no danger of life becoming all work and no play. This is also a nice month for home, family and/or property matters.
While the Sun will always leave Capricorn in January, bringing your birthday month to a close, for the first time since 2014 you move into March with Venus still here. Held back by a retrograde phase last year, Venus was late to arrive and therefore late to leave and until she does, the official push to get this new solar year up to speed is still underway. Venus returned after your birthday month was over and before your heart had had its say. Venus will finally leave on 2nd March and had she been on time you would have missed the incredible impact this is having. This was always going to be a powerful year for you personally, but during your birthday month, there was no indication that this would be a powerful year for matters of the heart and all things fun, playful, romantic and creative. Had Venus moved through with the Sun, the planet of love would have left you with desires and expectations for a very ordinary year. Instead, it was during Venus' early days in Capricorn that Mars returned to fun, playful, romantic and creatively charged part of your chart last month. And on 6th March, just four days after Venus leaves Uranus returns, kicking off the most important seven years for matters of the heart and all things fun, playful, romantic and creative in eight decades. As Venus leaves Capricorn, she might take off her planet of love hat, but she leaves things in safe hands. It is on 2nd March that Venus dons her planet of money hat, as she returns to your income sector. Here until 27th March, Venus will create what could be some of the most lucrative weeks of 2019. Especially with a Full Moon in your career sector on 21st March, Mars returning to your work sector on 31st March and subtle forces already in play on both fronts. Venus will be the catalyst for what should be a good month across the income, work and career fronts.
For the first time since 2014, your birthday month ended last month with Venus a no show. Venus will often return after the Sun, but will usually arrive at some point during your birthday month, in order to give your heart a voice moving into your new solar year. However, your birthday month ended and you even move into the new month and still Venus has yet to return. Held back by a retrograde phase last year, Venus will finally return to Aquarius on 2nd March and the timing couldn't be better. With your birthday month over, Venus doesn't have to share your attention or become part of the more mundane job of getting a new solar year off the ground. As the planet of love, Venus will be in Aquarius when the first of two romantically charged Full Moons falls on 21st March. The second will fall four weeks later on 19th April. As this is the first time you have had two Full Moons in a row here in 57 years, it is handy to have the planet of love on hand for the first one. Yet even before this Full Moon or Mars' return to an adventurous part of your chart on 31st March, there are playful and adventurous forces simmering behind the scenes all month. Venus has the majority of the month to not only give your heart a voice moving into this new solar year, but to update your personal, romantic and relationship desires and expectations for the coming year. On 27th March Venus will return to your income sector, where something has been building all month. The Sun will always spend the first three weeks of March in your income sector and with Mercury not only here all month but in retrograde motion from 6th March to 29th March, the whole month is important for income matters. However, the most potentially lucrative weeks begin with Venus' return. In the meantime, with Mars in your home and family sector until 31st March and Uranus beginning a seven year visit on 6th March, this is a big month for home, family and/or property matters.
Whether you are a February or a March born Pisces, this is your birthday month, with the Sun always spending the first three weeks of March in Pisces. In a month where there are some big changes, having the Sun in Pisces will keep you grounded and also excited about what is developing. You will also notice that this year things have a different feel. In Pisces since 2010 Chiron, the planet of healing left last month, just a day before your birthday month and new solar year began. With Chiron gone, you have been able to move into your new solar year without being held back by the past. For the first time since his return in 2012 Neptune, the planet of dreams and your ruling planet is free to focus on the future and on following your dreams. Yet ironically, just as the past sets you free, Mercury will spend from 6th March to 29th March in retrograde motion in Pisces. Mercury turns retrograde just a day before a New Moon on 7th March will give you a chance to commit to your new solar year, the future and the journey ahead. Yet just because the past has let go its hold on you, you can still revisit the past and return to the drawing board. The difference now is that you get to do this on your terms. Held back by his retrograde phase, this means that while the Sun will leave Pisces on 21st March, Mercury will still be here when Venus returns on 27th March. Your birthday month might be over, but heart and mind will come together to create your real game plan and resolutions for the coming year. In the meantime, Uranus will leave your income sector on 6th March, wrapping up a visit that began in 2010. This will end the ups and downs of recent years but with Eris and Chiron staying on, the Sun returning on 21st March and support from Jupiter in your career sector continuing, there will be more than enough income momentum. This is when Uranus begins a seven year visit to your communication sector, bringing a new sense of authenticity to your communications, as well as stimulating your mind.