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Monthly Love Horoscopes - January 2019
From the get go 2019 has a very different feel to 2018 and there is some real excitement on the romantic front, even if to begin with this is more a sense of anticipation. The Moon spent Christmas in your romantic sector, allowing the romantic, Christmas and holiday spirit to merge. While the Moon has moved on, this has triggered something that has not only taken on a life of its own, but will get a boost when Mars returns to Aries on New Year's Day. Mars returns to fire up your energy and passions in general, but this will add fuel to a sense of romantic anticipation triggered late last month. For what the Moon's visit over Christmas has done, is give you a taste of things to come. It is Venus, the planet of love's return to an adventurous part of your chart on 8th January, that will put her at a friendly aspect to Mars, creating a potent cocktail of romantic, adventurous and passionate forces. If this was all this month had to offer, with Venus and Mars, the planets of love and passion remaining here for the rest of the month, this would still be good news for romantic matters. However, Venus and Mars are more the backup for what the love gods really have up their sleeves and the reason for a sense of romantic anticipation from the get go. That something is the Moon's return to your romantic sector from 21st January to 23rd January. This is not only the Moon's first visit for the year, but is responsible for the total lunar eclipse here on 21st January. This is an eclipsing Full Moon, with the eclipse injecting this Lover's Moon with the element of fate and with game changing properties. Supported by Mars and Venus and with a potent cocktail of romantic, adventurous and passionate forces already in play, this could have game changing implications.
It is the relationship gods that have you in their sights from the get go this year and for all the right reasons. The year not only begins with the Moon in your relationship sector but with Venus, the planet of love as well. This is the tail end of an extraordinary visit, with the planet of love having returned in early September, for what should have been less than a four week visit. Instead, after two months Venus retrograded back out, only to return in early December to spend another month. Venus will spend the first week of January in your relationship sector, allowing you to begin the year with the planet of love at your side. Whether single, in a relationship or between relationships, with the Moon here until 2nd January, starting the year listening to your heart and your emotional and intuitive responses will give you an empowered starting point. It was only in November that Jupiter wrapped up his 13 month visit, with Venus staying on to ensure you not only know what you want from your relationships, but you have the support needed to turn desires into reality. Mars will leave your friendship sector on New Year's Day, but not before building ongoing support for friendship and relationship building. By the time the Moon comes full circle on 27th January, Venus will be gone and for the first time 16 months there will be no planetary activity here. Yet by then, the relationship gods will have given you all the resources needed to continue to strive for what you know you want and need from your relationships. What will continue this year, is support from the communication gods. In the meantime, the Moon will make its first visit to your romantic sector from 23rd January to 25th January.
For the first time in over a decade the year begins with lucky Jupiter in your relationship sector and having just returned in November, he is here until December. Jupiter will spend all but the final weeks of 2019 in your relationship sector, with luck and the relationship gods on your side from the get go. It was just over a year ago that Saturn left your relationship sector, bringing a three year relationship boot camp to a close. Whatever relationship challenges you have been through in the past, they have left you with an authentic sense of what you want from your relationships and what they need from you. The year begins with Mercury, the planet of communication in your relationship sector until 5th January. Normally moving through in just 14 to 15 days, Mercury returned in late October, spending the last two months of 2018 working to ensure the communication lines are open. This has been an extraordinary advantage, but the best is still to come. The real magic begins when Venus, the planet of love returns to your relationship sector on 8th January, teaming up with lucky Jupiter for the first time here in over a decade. Not due to leave until early next month, the planets of love and luck will spend the rest of January together, giving your relationships the best possible start. Whether single, in a relationship or between relationships, this is a big year for relationship building and while Jupiter returned in November, it is Venus' return that signals the real start of the journey. Mars' return to your friendship sector on New Year's Day also makes this an auspicious month for friendship and relationship building in general. The days around 22nd/23rd January will be especially auspicious.
The spotlight is always on your relationships at this time of year, due to the fact that the Sun will always spend the first three weeks of January in your relationship sector. For the second year in a row, the Sun has returned to find Saturn here, with Pluto here since 2008. They have both been working behind the scenes since the Sun left last January, with the Sun coming full circle to highlight where things stand now. The Sun has also returned to find the South Node here. In your relationship sector from November 2018 to May 2020, this is now part of a growing juggernaut of relationship support. It is because the South Node is here that a New Moon on 6th January will be a solar eclipse, bringing the element of fate into play, while creating the potential for major new beginnings. It is becoming clear that whether single, in a relationship or between relationships you have the power to move mountains if you have to and that nothing is impossible. The only thing that is no longer an option is sticking your head in the sand. Mercury, the planet of communication is here from 5th January to 24th January, with a chance to ensure the communication lines are open. Even after the Sun leaves your relationship sector on 20th January the best is still to come with Venus, the planet of love not returning until early next month. Held back by a retrograde phase last year, Venus is still in your romantic sector as you move into the New Year. You not only move into 2019 with Venus in your romantic sector, but with the Moon here until 2nd January. The focus might be on your relationships this month, but the first week is also romantically charged. Venus doesn't leave until 8th January, so will be here for the solar eclipse in your relationship sector on 6th January.
For the first time in over a decade, the year not only starts with lucky Jupiter in your romantic sector, but he is here for all but the final weeks of 2019. Since returning in early November the Sun has been and gone and Mercury, who was here when Jupiter returned is still here, not leaving until 5th January. Mercury will normally move through in 14 to 15 days, but having returned in late October, is still on a mission to give your heart a voice and to put heart and mind on the same page. However, the real magic doesn't begin until Venus returns on 8th January. It is when the planets of love and luck meet up in your romantic sector that the real magic begins, kicking off some of the most romantically charged weeks of what is destined to be your luckiest year for love, matters of the heart and all things romantic in over a decade. However, this is not the first time they will meet up here, with Venus coming full circle in November, completing a second full visit before Jupiter leaves. Their alignment here on 22nd/23rd January is also the first of two alignments, with a chance to use this as a practice run. Venus won't leave your romantic sector until early next month, spending the rest of January here. It is just before Venus and Jupiter align, creating some of the luckiest days for romance in over a decade, that the Sun will return to your relationship sector on 20th January. This is the point in every year when the solar spotlight shifts onto your relationships. With Mercury, the planet of communication returning on 24th January, this is a chance to ensure the communication lines are open. And just as well, for a lunar eclipse on 21st January might put some pressure on your relationships.
This is a big month for both romantic and relationship matters, more so than is normally the case. The Sun will always spend the first three weeks of January in your romantic sector, with the solar spotlight on matters of the heart and all things romantic. With Saturn and Pluto here for the whole of 2018 and due to spend a second full year together, last year's powerful romantic themes will continue. However, the South Node's return in November, though a sleeper until now, is about to have some very special implications. The South Node brings the element of fate into play, but this is especially evident when it turns an ordinary New Moon on 6th January into an extraordinary solar eclipse. This turns what is always an opportunity for new beginnings, into an opportunity for major new beginnings, while giving the element of fate an outlet. The Sun is here until 20th January and Mercury from 5th January to 24th January. However, this is just a taste of things to come, with the real magic happening when Venus, the planet of love returns early next month. In the meantime, while Mars will leave your relationship sector on New Year's Day, he leaves behind some real momentum. With Neptune and Chiron, the planets of dreams and healing staying on and Venus, the planet of love in your communication sector until 8th January, your relationships are in safe hands. Until the Sun returns next month, Mars' departure is a chance to let things settle and maybe let this month's powerful romantic forces take centre stage.
Timing is everything and that is especially so for Mars' return to your relationship sector on New Year's Day. And not just because this will create a sudden surge in motivation, energy and passion in the early hours of the year, though that definitely helps. It is as much about what else is happening at the time. The year begins with Uranus in his final days in retrograde motion in your relationship sector, with his direct turn on 7th January ending his last retrograde phase here for another eight decades. While Mars returns to move things forward, the year starts with the doors still open to the past and second chances. For the first time in over a decade, you also start the month with lucky Jupiter in your communication sector and with Mercury, the planet of communication here until 5th January. At such a critical time for relationship matters, to have so much support from the communication gods is auspicious. More auspicious is Venus, the planet of love's return to your communication sector, just hours after Uranus' direct turn in your relationship sector on 7th January. Venus is here for the rest of the month, working with Mars in a way that only the planets of love and passion can. Then, on 20th January the Sun will return to your romantic sector, as it does at this time every year. However, with Mars having only just wrapped up a nearly six month visit in November and the South Node an 18 month visit just days earlier, the Sun will return to find the spirit of romance is already simmering behind the scenes. This is often a cold start, but as the solar spotlight shifts onto matters of the heart and all things romantic, it will take very little to get things up to boiling point again.
Venus, the planet of love returned to Scorpio for what should have been a 24 day visit in early September, so should be long gone by now. Instead, Venus is still here and will be for the first week of 2019. Venus did leave in early November, but only after having already spent two months here and then by retrograding back out. Venus returned in the early days of December and has been here ever since. More importantly, with Mars having spent the whole of December in your romantic sector, the year begins with a huge amount of romantic momentum already banked. While Mars will leave your romantic sector on New Year's Day, not before creating a huge amount of romantic confidence and momentum. This is the last time in our lifetime that you will begin the year with Mars and Neptune, the planets of passion and dreams in your romantic sector and with Venus in Scorpio until 8th January, she will know exactly how to nurture this and weave your romantic dreams and passions into the very DNA of the coming year. Venus and Mars might move on, but Neptune and Chiron will keep the romantic flame burning. This is Chiron, the planet of healing's last full month in your romantic sector for another 44 years, with his departure next month bringing an eight year healing period to a close. Meanwhile, while Juno is spending her first full month in direct motion in your relationship sector, it is Mars' return next month that will fire things up. While the balance of power remains on matters of the heart and all things romantic this month, there is a growing sense that something special is building on the relationship front as well. On both fronts, the love and relationship gods have nothing but good news.
From out of nowhere, you are set to be caught up in a romantic avalanche that is set to hit in the early hours of the year. 2018 ended with things fairly quiet on the romantic front and with the love gods more focused on a nostalgic trip down love's memory lane. Venus, the planet of love has been in a nostalgic part of your chart for months and both Eris and Uranus are still in retrograde motion in your romantic sector. However, literally within hours of moving into the New Year everything starts to move and then, like a set of dominos, once the first moves they will fall in quick succession. It begins with Mars' return to your romantic sector on New Year's Day. Mars will spend the first six weeks of 2019 in your romantic sector, firing up your romantic passions and fighting spirit as he gives matters of the heart some real momentum. This will gather some real steam when first Uranus turns direct in your romantic sector on 7th January and then, less than 24 hours later Venus, the planet of love returns to Sagittarius. Held back by a retrograde phase and finally wrapping up a nearly four month nostalgic trip down love's memory lane, Venus will be ready to jump on Mars' bandwagon from the get go. By the time Eris turns direct in your romantic sector on 11th January Mars and Venus, the planets of passion and love will have created more than enough momentum. With Venus not leaving Sagittarius until early next month and Mars not leaving until 15th February, together they will fire things up on the romantic front this month. With Uranus leaving in March, not to return for another eight decades, the love gods are pouring all their resources into getting this year off to a romantically charged start. And it begins with Mars' return to your romantic sector on New Year's Day.
A Full Moon in your relationship sector just before Christmas may have created some relationship tension, but this also revealed the full implications of the North Node's return in November. The only reason this wasn't an eclipse was that the Moon and North Node were too far apart to cast a shadow, but it had all the properties and implications of an eclipse, which is why this may have pushed some buttons. In the first full day of your birthday month, it made it clear from the get go, that a balance between your personal and relationship needs is being policed. With the North Node in your relationship sector and the South Node in Capricorn until May 2020, that will remain the case all year. However, they won't clash again like this, until a lunar eclipse in July. In the meantime, a solar eclipse in Capricorn on 6th January will put the focus back on your own needs. Yet the North Node is an auspicious and friendly force, on hand to steer your relationships in an authentic direction for the whole of 2019. Having Mars in your communication sector during the last six weeks of 2018 and Venus, the planet of love in your friendship sector gets the year off to a good start. Mars might leave your communication sector on New Year's Day, but with Neptune and Chiron staying on, communication support will continue. This is Chiron's last full month here for another 44 years, with the planet of healing on hand to give your heart, the past and unsaid words a voice. In the meantime, Venus' return to a nostalgic part of your chart on 8th January finally brings you to the end stage of this very long Venus cycle, with the planet of love preparing for a return to Capricorn early next month. Before then Venus will take your heart on a nostalgic trip down love's memory lane.
To start with there is nothing to indicate that there is anything special happening on either the romantic or relationship fronts this month. On the romantic front that is the case, though the Moon's return to your romantic sector from 17th January to 19th January, will create a romantically charged few days mid month. Even on the relationship front, apart from the Moon's visit to your relationship sector from 21st January to 23rd January, there is no direct focus. It is what is happening around your relationships that is significant this month. The Moon's first visits to your romantic and relationship sectors for the year are always important, with an opportunity for a fresh start on both fronts. Yet while the Moon's visit to your romantic sector is a very ordinary monthly visit, its return to your relationship sector is anything but. Within hours of the Moon's return to your relationship sector on 21st January this will not only become a Full Moon, but a total lunar eclipse. This is a throwback from the North Node's departure in November, with the Moon and North Node still close enough to trigger this eclipse. This brings the element of fate into play and everything building on the relationship front over the last 20 months to a head, turning and/or tipping point. Yet as powerful as this lunar eclipse is, it is what is happening around it that makes it so potentially game changing. Thanks to Mars' return to your communication sector on New Year's Day and Venus, the planet of love's return to your friendship sector a week later, there will be phenomenal support across the communication, friendship and relationship building fronts.
While the North Node returned to your romantic sector in November and won't leave until May 2020, spending the whole of 2019 here, it was during a Full Moon just before Christmas that the real implications were felt. This should have been a lunar eclipse and would have, had the Moon and North Node been close enough. They were too far apart to cast the shadow that creates an eclipse, but all the other ingredients were there. With Mars, the planet of passion in Pisces at the time and Venus, the planet of love in an adventurous part of your chart, this unleashed a wave of romantic, adventurous and passionate forces that can't be put back in the box. 2019 is destined to be a huge professional year and this month alone will see an explosion of potential across the income, work and career fronts. However, having the North Node in your romantic sector is policing a balance between work and play, while keeping the romantic flame burning. The Moon will return to your romantic sector from 19th January to 21st January and coming full circle from last month's Full Moon, could trigger some unexpected developments. Every time the Moon returns and aligns with the North Node, this brings the element of fate into play. The Moon will make its first visit to your relationship sector for the year from 23rd January to 25th January. Unlike on the romantic front, there is no other activity on the relationship front, making it important to pay attention to your emotional responses as the Moon moves through. This might push some buttons, as the Moon clashes with your personal needs, but there is plenty of support from the communication gods.