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Monthly Career Horoscopes - November 2019
To begin with, it is business as usual on the professional front or in other words, much as you left things last week and with not a lot due to change, not in the early weeks of the month anyway. The only significant shift in the early part of the month is the asteroid Juno's departure from your work sector on 4th November. While only an asteroid, as the queen of commitment she has stayed on after the Sun, Mercury, Venus and Mars left in order to tie up loose ends and provide a slow and steady pull back. This is opposed to the sudden drop off that normally comes when the faster moving planets leave. As well as providing stability on the job front and a chance to cement some resolutions, this has provided support as first Saturn turned direct in your career sector in September and Pluto last month. Still in their early months in retrograde motion and the Sun not returning until just before Christmas each year, this should and for the most part is a month where the pace is very slowly starting to inch forward on the career front. Even the Moon's visit from 1st November to 3rd November, while fuelling your professional instincts and imagination at the start of the month, will give no indication of the major changes ahead. Yet by the time the Moon comes full circle, returning on 29th November, where it will see out the month, everything will be starting to change. It begins just three days before the Moon's return, with Venus' return to your career sector on 26th November. This in itself is not a major event and is, in fact, Venus' second visit this year, but as the first of the faster moving planets, this is the point where what until now has been a marathon and a focus more on the long haul or the big picture, becomes current. Venus wants things now and with considerable resources to draw on, this is when things start to move professionally. Yet the most significant factor about Venus' return is that she arrives just seven days ahead of Jupiter's return early next month, to set your professional life on fire.
While the Sun left your career sector last month, as you move into November that was just eight days ago and while the Sun will leave at the same time every year, it is not unusual to still have planetary activity here. However, this is usually because either Venus or Mercury, who travel with the Sun, are still tying up loose ends. However they both left before the Sun and instead, you move into the month with Mars, the planet of passion and the warrior planet of the cosmos still here. With the Sun gone the solar spotlight is no longer on your career and professional situation, matters and options but freed from a need to operate within any guardrails, Mars has been set free. Not due to leave your career sector until 19th November, Mars will continue to fuel your professional passions, fighting and competitive spirit, with a very real chance to take your professional power back. Mars doesn't follow the same timetable as the Sun, Mercury and Venus, who return to your career sector at the same time every year so to have their visits overlap has been significant now and it will have major implications in 2020. That is despite the fact that Mars will be long gone by then and you can thank a tiny asteroid called Juno for that. Juno can't get things up to speed but as the queen of commitment she can help you stay committed and until Mars leaves on 19th November will be turning his professional passions, fighting and competitive spirit into a sense of resolve and commitment. This has obvious benefits now but major implications next year, because instead of spending less than three months here, as she normally would, Juno is here until September 2020. This will put Juno here and with a sense of professional resolve still strong, when Venus returns to your work sector next month and more importantly, when Saturn returns next year. Juno is a support player, but she has turned up at the most important point in this professional year and will be here when major developments on the job front next year begin to play out.
This is always an important point in any year on the job front, both in terms of active work and job matters and the amount of energy that can be harnessed. Whether you are looking for a new job, aiming for a promotion or that you can benefit from having more energy, resources and from having the solar spotlight on your work situation, job matters and options. That is because the Sun will always spend the first three weeks of November in your work sector and with Venus and Mercury never too far away, this is when you will also have heart and head in the game. This is a given, you will never get anything less than this, making this something you can afford to wait for all year. This makes the start of the month fairly typical with the Sun, Mercury and Venus all in your work sector, as you would expect. However, this is an evolving situation with many moving parts and a month that is set to turn on its heels. Until she leaves on 2nd November, as the planet of money, Venus is on a mission to fuel your job confidence, attract opportunities and steer things in a lucrative direction. Yet while the Sun will continue to shine the solar spotlight on your work situation and job matters until leaving on 23rd November and will continue to look to the future throughout that time, the month begins with Mercury in his first full day in retrograde motion here. This means you begin the month with at least one brake on and with your mental focus on the past. This might put a hold on any attempts to begin or start anything new and you might find unexpected hold ups. With Mercury not turning direct until 21st November and the Sun leaving two days later there could be some frustration. However, there needn't be with Mars, warrior planet of the cosmos returning on 19th November to fire things up. The brakes might be on when he arrives, but as Mars is here until January there is no urgency. This creates a month where the brakes are on for the first three weeks and after that, you will have your foot on the gas for not just the rest of this month but the rest of this year.
Despite the fact that nothing has changed, you are likely to begin the month with a new sense of job confidence and anticipation, sensing that this is the month when everything is destined to start coming together. The Sun's return to your work sector on 23rd November is something that happens at this time every year, so you will always end this month with the solar spotlight on your work situation, job matters and options. However, a sense of anticipation at the start of the month is picking up on something much closer than that, with Venus and Jupiter having a date with destiny within the first 48 hours of the month. The game changer is Venus' return to your work sector on 2nd November and for multiple reasons. Had this been an ordinary year, with nothing else happening on the job front then Venus' return is always a special event. As the planet of money, Venus returns to fuel your job confidence, attract opportunities and steer things in a lucrative direction. Arriving three weeks before the Sun, this is the kind of head start you want. However, this is no ordinary year and this is also not Venus' first visit this year. Venus returned in January, during lucky Jupiter's early months here. Back then, Venus was able to come together with the planet of luck and expansion after the Sun had been and gone. This allowed you to begin what always had the potential to be an expansive year for job growth and potential with a wish list. Venus left and Jupiter continued to work behind the scenes. Venus will return on 2nd November, just a day before Jupiter moves into his final month here and by the time she leaves on 26th November, Jupiter will be just seven days away from leaving himself. With the Sun here until later next month, Mercury not returning until early next month and Mars not returning until the New Year, things will continue to play out for months. However, Venus returns to help you exploit, capitalise on and squeeze out every advantage lucky Jupiter can bring. On the job front, this is the month that everything until now has lead up to and everything from now will lead on from.
This month comes disguised as a very ordinary professional month or at least as far as this professional year so far is concerned. You still have Uranus in your career sector, where he has been since March and where he has been in retrograde motion since August. So no changes there. You even still have some work/life balance tension or issues, as the planets moving through your home and family sector demand the right balance. In reality, with Uranus in retrograde motion there won't be much push back. Yet those work/life balance reminders are important, albeit for a completely different reason than the one intended. At the same time, you still have Saturn and Pluto in your career sector, where they have been together for the last two years and while Saturn is in his second month in direct and Pluto his first in direct motion, they are still barely moving. These are slow planets and with the Sun not returning to your work sector until just before Christmas each year, they have the whole of this month and the first three weeks of next month to slowly pick up the pace. Or at least, that's the message you will get during the early weeks of November and why those work/life balance reminders are so important. Even starting the month with the Moon in your work sector and with an intuitive read on work and job matters won't alert you to the major changes ahead. Yet what is coming is beyond game changing and it begins with Venus' return to your work sector on 26th November, four weeks ahead of the Sun. Yet it is not the jump on the Sun that makes Venus' return significant but the sense of excitement and anticipation she will return with. Venus will spend the days leading up to her return aligned with lucky Jupiter and as he will return to your work sector just seven days later, she knows what is coming. Once Jupiter returns a week later and joins forces with Saturn and Pluto, you will have the most powerful line up of forces ever to come together in your work sector, in our lifetime.
With no planetary activity in either of your two professional houses and none expected at this time of year, a lot of the focus is on maintaining the momentum already gained, with the Moon providing a chance to check in. Because the Sun will always return to your work sector in January, the early months of any year are always the most active on the job front and then May and June for career matters, there is often a sense of waiting out the year. Because the faster moving planets move through the same areas of your chart at the same time each year and because usually it kicks off in the New Year, subconsciously you are doing the same. By that I mean, by the time you reach November any focus on work and job matters, in particular, is more about getting this year finished and then looking at new options in the New Year. And if you take what is happening on the professional front this month, it is business as usual. However, there could be a sense of anticipation creeping in on the job front, especially towards the end of the month that you can't quite put your finger on, especially as it will be drawing you to both short and longer term insight. What you will be subconsciously picking up on is Venus' return to your work sector next month, not January and that next year there are massive developments, above and beyond what you would normally expect. In the meantime, the most important days of this month on the job front are during the Moon's visit from 4th November to 6th November. As well as giving you an intuitive read on work and job matters, the Moon can trigger developments. Meanwhile, the Moon's return to your career sector from 13th November to 15th November will sharpen your professional instincts and imagination, while giving you a chance to get a read on a sense of professional direction. Your career sector is more about the overall path you are on, rather than the day to day matters that your work sector focuses on.
In terms of the activity on both the job and career fronts this month, nothing is changing there or at least not until later in the month. However, the conditions around and supporting them do, creating a good month for both job and career matters, despite the fact that nothing is actually changing on either front. That might sound cryptic, but let me explain. With the North Node in your career sector from November 2018 to May 2020, for the whole of this year you have a force that is not just giving you a clear sense of professional direction but is actively steering you towards maximum growth and potential. At the same time, you have had Neptune in your work sector since 2012, so you have these constant and powerful forces in play on both the job and career fronts all year. With no other planetary activity on either front but with the North Node constantly looking to the future and Neptune in retrograde motion since June, you have had these guardian forces in play, keeping job and career matters locked together, one looking to future potential and the other to the past and untapped potential. That doesn't change, apart from the fact that Neptune will turn direct on 28th November. However, what has changed is that all of a sudden you have a lot of planetary activity in your income sector and as the planets move through, they will each form a friendly alliance to both the North Node and Neptune. The final two months of 2019 have the potential to be the most potentially lucrative of the year but as well as some friendly aspects that can fuel your job and professional confidence, they will work with the North Node and Neptune, for their own ends if nothing else. So while nothing actually changes on the job and career fronts, you have a good month across the income, work and career fronts.
Things settle down a little on the job front this month after last month's Full Moon in your work sector, but there could still be pockets of work tension or job pressure. If there is, especially around 9th/10th October, this is for the same reason as last month, which is finding the right balance between knowing when to keep your work hat on and when to take it off. This is a familiar theme at this time of year and especially in the lead up to your birthday month and new solar year. As the planets return to a nostalgic and reflective part of your chart, whether it is the Sun to wind down your old solar year or the other planets moving through at the same time, they will clash with planets in your work sector. You have planets demanding time to hear yourself think and planets wanting you to keep your work hat on 24/7. However, with planets literally in your work sector for decades and here for decades to come, this is a built in safety feature. In reality, with both planets in your work sector in retrograde motion, the push back will be minimal, with a clash on 9th/10th the last one, for this year at least. You have the Moon in your work sector from 9th November to 11th November and this might be a mixed blessing. This will give you an intuitive read on work and job matters, which in turn will make it easier to work smarter but it could also exacerbate any work tension or job pressure. Yet with the Sun and Mercury in your income sector at the time and the Moon moving into a friendly aspect with both as it moves through, a sense of where the money is will be another resource when it comes to working smarter. The Moon's return to your career sector from 18th November to 20th November will be a different story, returning to fuel your professional instincts and imagination as Mars returns to Scorpio on 19th November. As the Moon moves through it will move into a friendly aspect to the planets in both your income and work sectors, just as Mars returns to fire up your passions and fighting spirit.
There are two ways of looking at the planetary activity on the professional front this month. The first is to look at things in isolation, only taking into account the professional implications and the second is to look at the wider implications, especially in relation to major income developments ahead. Looking at things in isolation what you have is a firming up and a locking down of things on the career front and the potential for some unexpected developments on the job front. You begin the month with the Sun, Mercury, Venus and Mars all been and gone from your career sector but with the asteroid Juno, queen of commitment still here. Juno will leave on 4th November, but not before giving you a chance to lock down your professional resolutions and a sense of professional direction. It is then Uranus, in retrograde motion in your work sector will become the only planet in either of your two professional houses but in retrograde motion until January, he is becoming more entrenched. With Juno ensuring you have an ongoing sense of professional direction and commitment, this becomes almost a case of 'set and forget'. In retrograde motion neither Uranus, work or job matters are going anywhere and if anything there is a chance to retrench. However, the Moon's return to your work sector from 11th November to 13th November could be a wildcard, due to the Full Moon this will create during its final 24 hours here. A Full Moon is always a wildcard but as Uranus is the planet of surprise, synchronicity and the unexpected, this could have unexpected implications. Things will have settled down by the time the Moon returns to your career sector from 20th November to 22nd November, for what will be the first time to check in since Juno left earlier in the month. What makes the timing auspicious is that this will ensure your professional instincts and imagination are fuelled when Venus returns to your income sector on 26th November and the major implications this is destined to have.
November is always a grey area in terms of planetary activity on the career front. The Sun will always leave your career sector in October and this will take the solar spotlight off your career and professional situation, matters and options, something that happens at this time every year. However, at the start of the month it was just eight days ago that the Sun left and as Venus and Mercury can stay on for several weeks after the Sun leaves, it is not uncommon to still have planetary activity here. However, what is not so common is to have had Venus and Mercury both leave before the Sun, yet still leaving your career sector active. This is all because of Mars, with the warrior planet of the cosmos making his first visit in two years and last for another two years. Two things make Mars' time here potentially more significant than would normally be the case. The first is the amount of planetary activity here over recent months and how close you are to the end of this professional year. Mars isn't leaving until 19th November and with the end of this professional year in sight by then, it shouldn't take much to keep momentum going or to hold onto his professional passions, fighting and competitive spirit. The one complaint Mars sometimes draws is that he is full of hot headed enthusiasm, getting you excited to throw yourself into what it is that grabs your attention professionally, only to leave you on your own when it comes to the follow through. This is where the second factor comes in and this could be a game changer. On its own, Juno's return to your career sector shouldn't be a game changer. As an asteroid Juno doesn't have the clout to get things up to speed. However, as the queen of commitment Juno is able to keep you committed long after Mars has moved in and this is what makes this a game changer. For while Juno will normally spend two to three months here, she is instead here until September 2020. And 2020 just happens to host some major developments on the income front.
This is always an important and active point of any professional year for you, with the Sun always spending the first three weeks of November in your career sector. This means that the solar spotlight will always be on your career and professional situation, matters and options at this time of year and there will be a lot of energy at your disposal when it comes to anything that you feel inspired to invest in professionally. The fact that the first three weeks of the month are very different from the rest of the month then is a given, however this time not for the reason you might expect. It is not unusual to have all planetary activity end on the career front with the Sun's departure on 23rd November, leaving you with no planetary activity and on your own to bring this professional year home. However, while three weeks into the month can see things drop back, this time it is the opposite, with things accelerating dramatically and then staying at that pace for the rest of the year. You begin the month with the Sun, Venus and Mercury here, which is often the case. Until she leaves on 2nd November, Venus is focused on fuelling your professional confidence, attracting opportunities and steering things in a lucrative direction. While the Sun will continue to shine the solar spotlight on your professional game and on the path forward, with Mercury in retrograde motion until 21st November there will be something holding you back. It is just two days before Mercury's direct turn that everything changes, with Mars' return on 19th November firing things up. Mars will have his foot on the gas from the moment he returns, but it is when Mercury takes his foot off the brake two days later that things will shoot forward. With Mercury here until early next month and Mars until the New Year, once things start to move there will be no holding things back.
Your first look at November will reveal that nothing has changed but as you begin the month with the Moon in your career sector, your sixth sense will be telling you that this is about to change. For you, business as usual means having Jupiter, the planet of luck and expansion in your career sector, which is far from the norm but it has been your norm, since he returned in November 2018. For the majority of that time Jupiter has been focused on the big picture and on building or working towards something, with most things coming together in his final weeks or after he leaves. Due to leave early next month, Jupiter's last full month was always going to be significant and especially once the Sun returns on 23rd November. However, you begin the month with your professional instincts picking up on something much closer than that, with Venus returning on 2nd November, less than 24 hours after the Moon leaves. Venus' return is the game changer and not just because she is the first of the faster planets to return in order to help bring Jupiter's 13 month visit home. This is not Venus' first visit this year and having returned in January she spent the early weeks of this professional year aligned with Jupiter. This allowed Venus to entwine her short term mission to fuel your professional confidence, attract opportunities and steer things in a lucrative direction into Jupiter's much longer game plan. When Venus returns on 2nd November, she returns to get the very cakes out of the oven, that she herself helped to put there 10 months earlier. Venus is here until 26th November and with Jupiter leaving seven days later, she will have the most significant impact on how these final weeks play out. The Sun is here until just before Christmas, Mercury won't return until early next month and Mars until the New Year, giving right through to February to bring things home and to exploit your full potential professionally. November is the month that everything until now has led up to and everything from now will lead on from.