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Monthly Career Horoscopes - March 2019
Moving into March with Venus still in your career sector is not the norm, with career matters usually well and truly settled by then. However, held back by a retrograde phase last year, Venus was late to return and therefore late to arrive and this has given you a huge advantage. This meant that Venus was still here when a Full Moon on the job front last month acted as a catalyst for forces across the income, work and career fronts. It also meant that Venus was still here when Mars returned to your income sector last month and as the planet of money, that was important. As the planet of money, Venus returns to your career sector each year to fuel your professional confidence, attract opportunities and steer things in a lucrative direction. To have Mars return to your income sector at a time when she is joining forces with planets on the career front that have the power to move mountains if you have to, gives Venus one of her best runs yet. Venus will finally leave on 2nd March, but starting the month with the Moon here as well, means you are still squeezing every possible advantage from her before she leaves. Venus leaves behind Saturn, Pluto and the South Node in your career sector, as well as Mars in your income sector and Uranus returning to begin a seven year visit on 6th March. This makes Venus' job of fuelling your professional confidence, attracting opportunities and steering things in a lucrative direction incredibly easy. The Moon is here until 3rd March, ensuring that you also start the month with your professional instincts and imagination fuelled. The Moon will come full circle from last month's Full Moon on the job front from 19th March to 21st March, with a need to expect some unexpected developments, potentially across the income, work and career fronts.
Moving into March with no planetary activity in your career sector is the norm. However, this time it is not for the usual reason. The Sun always returns to your career sector in January, spending a month shining the solar spotlight on your career and professional situation, matters and options for the coming year. As Venus and Mercury travel with the Sun, by the end of February all planetary activity on the career front is usually over for the year. Last year, when Mars spent from May to November in your career sector was the exception. So to move into March with no planetary activity in your career sector, it is safe to assume that everything has now run its course. Except that is not the case. Held back by a retrograde phase last year Venus has yet to arrive and as far as she is concerned, the party doesn't start until she returns. Venus will finally return on 2nd March, after the Sun and Mercury have both been and gone. Thanks to them you have had your annual update and have established an authentic new starting point, but Venus is not here to take care of the housekeeping the Sun and Mercury focused on. As the planet of money, Venus is here to fuel your professional confidence, attract opportunities and steer things in a lucrative direction. Venus also finds some unexpected support. While Mars won't return to your income sector until 31st March, Venus is able to draw out and draw on the more subtle support on both the income and job fronts. In both cases, there is no planetary activity, but there are asteroids there and while not enough to make an impact on their own, Venus will exploit them for her own ends, which means you get to benefit. Venus is here from 2nd March to 27th March, a bonus chapter that is unlikely to be game changing, but has plenty of potential across the income, work and career fronts.
The focus is always on your professional game and on career matters in particular at this time of year, due to the fact that the Sun will always spend the first three weeks of March in your career sector. This year there is a lot to be excited about, with a different feel that you might not be able to put your finger on. One difference, is the lack of roadblocks. At some point during the Sun's month long visit to your career sector, he will be confronted by a Full Moon, which can create professional pressure or work/life balance tension. That Full Moon fell during the Sun's first full day is already out of the way. For the first time since 2010, you also move into March without Chiron in your career sector. The planet of healing left the day before the Sun returned, taking away a need to continue to learn and heal from the past. With Chiron gone, you have had a chance to lay old professional ghosts or demons to rest. Yet ironically, just a day before a New Moon here on 7th March, Mercury will turn retrograde, opening the doors to the past, second chances and untapped professional potential. The difference is that you are able to look back objectively, rather than the past grabbing you by the ankles, making it hard to move on. This gives dreamy Neptune a lot more power, making this year more about chasing your professional dreams. In addition, for the first time in 17 years the Sun and Mercury, when they returned and Venus, when she returns on 27th March, will find the North Node in your income sector. This creates the promise of professional and income growth going hand in hand. While Jupiter left your work sector in November, the last planet didn't leave until late January, with plenty of momentum on the job front as well.
The Moon moved through your work sector in the closing days of February, allowing you to begin the month with an intuitive read on work and job matters from the get go. This was a chance to touch base with Jupiter and Ceres, the planets that are now locked into place and will continue to support work and job matters throughout the coming year. This has left you with a new sense of job confidence and stability. Nothing is going to change on you and as Jupiter is the planet of luck and expansion, this gives you a strong, safe and solid platform. To begin with, that stability isn't mirrored on the career front, where there could be some instability, with the constant threat of change hanging above you. What you can't see is that this is change for your benefit. However, change, especially when you're not in control of it can be scary. This is coming from Uranus, the planet of surprise, synchronicity and the unexpected, who is in the final days of a nearly nine year visit to your career sector. Uranus will finally leave on 6th March and not returning for another 77 years, this is when the ground will stop changing underneath you. You still might not have the certainty or even the confidence that you have on the job front, but you will begin to gain that when the Sun returns to your career sector on 21st March. With Uranus gone there will no longer be the unexpected shifts and changes, with the Sun returning to begin the rebuilding phase. For the first time in 12 years, the Sun will return to find lucky Jupiter in your work sector and that's when you will start to appreciate what a gift Uranus has been. What doesn't make sense at the start of the month, will start to make sense once the Sun returns and even more so over the coming months.
Held back by a retrograde phase last year, Venus was late to return to your work sector this year, arriving after the Sun had already been and gone. This month you enjoy the benefits of that, with Venus still here as you move into March, something that last happened in 2014. Venus will leave on 2nd March, but starting the month here give her a seat at the table and your heart a voice, as you move into one of the most important months on the job and career fronts ever. Venus was here when Mars returned to your career sector last month, so they have had a chance to work together to fire up your imagination on the job and career fronts. Mars is in your career sector until 31st March, spending all but the final hours of the month fuelling your professional passions, fighting and competitive spirit. Venus begins the month in your work sector and as the planet of money, is in the final hours of fuelling your job confidence, attracting opportunities and steering things in a lucrative direction. If this was it, this would still be an exciting month, but Venus and Mars are simply the front for more powerful and permanent forces. When Venus leaves, she will leave behind Saturn, Pluto and the South Node, who will continue to drive things on the job front all year. While planets come and go all the time, Venus leaves behind a solid support system in play until 2024. Mars doesn't have that on the career front at the start of the month but will gain it within the first week, when Uranus returns to begin a seven year visit to your career sector on 6th March. This is a game changer, catapulting career matters into the big league and onto the same stage as work and job matters. Collectively this puts forces into play on the job and career fronts not seen before. Yet with Uranus here until 2026, this is the shape of your new reality for years to come. Venus is leading the way into this new chapter through your heart and Mars through your passions, making it important to trust and follow both.
When the Sun left your work sector last month, this may have taken the solar spotlight off your work situation, job matters and options, as it does at that time every year, there is still likely to be a sense that there is unfinished business. This is unlike the conditions last year, when the Sun's departure brought the annual activity to a close, but then Mars returned a few months later to begin a six month visit. That was a standalone visit and not part of the process of getting work and job matters up to speed at the start of each year. However, this is something that you continue to benefit from, even if you are still recovering from the busy pace this created last year. Things will feel unfinished on the job front, because while the Sun and Mercury have been and gone, for the first time since 2014 you move into March with Venus still a no show. Held back by her retrograde phase last year, Venus will finally return on 2nd March and not leaving until 27th March she will make the majority of the month her playground. The Sun has already moved through and established a new starting point, which Venus is able to build on. Where the Sun was more focused on 'what is', there is a chance now to build on that. As the planet of money, Venus returns with a mission to fuel your job confidence, attract opportunities and steer things in a lucrative direction and she has some unexpected support. These are minor forces and on their own not able to make too much of an impact, there are asteroids in your income and career sectors that Venus is able to work with an exploit. With Mars returning to your career sector on 31st March, Venus is able to create some real momentum across the income, work and career fronts, knowing he can take over from where she leaves off. There are no heavy demands or challenges associated with Venus and there is nothing earth shattering or game changing, just a good month across the income, work and career fronts.
The focus will always be on work and job matters at this time of year, due to the fact that the Sun will always spend the first three weeks of March in your work sector. Until leaving on 21st March, the Sun will keep the solar spotlight on your work situation, job matters and options, as well as highlighting both the planetary activity already here and the different developments under his watch. And this year will not be a carbon copy of previous years, with a lot to be excited about. The first difference is that with Chiron gone, you are no longer haunted by the past. The planet of healing left just a day before the Sun returned, ending a visit that began in 2010. This has set you free and has also given dreamy Neptune a more prominent role. Neptune is now the only planet in your work sector all year and will be until he leaves in 2026. This makes this year less about where you have been and more a chance to finally chase your dreams. Yet ironically, while Chiron's departure means the past no longer has a hold on you, Mercury will spend from 6th March to 29th March in retrograde motion here. This is more a chance to return to the drawing board, as well as keeping Mercury and his intellectually savvy edge here for over two months, rather than the two weeks he will normally spend here. While the Sun will leave on 21st March, it also means that Mercury will still be here when Venus returns on 27th March, allowing her to finally catch up. This means you will end the month with heart and mind on the same page, with their influence spilling into the first three weeks of April. In addition, for the first time in 17 years as the Sun, Mercury and finally Venus returns it is to find the North Node in your career sector for the first time in 17 years, providing a clear and confident sense of professional direction.
It is business as usual on the job front at the start of the month and that might mean a continuation of the instability that has been your reality since Uranus retrograded back into your work sector in November. In your work sector since 2010, Uranus left in May but retrograded back in six months later, returning to tie up loose ends, with the perspective that can be gained by stepping away from something. This time, when Uranus leaves on 6th March, he won't return to your work sector for another 77 years, with his final days all about keeping your mind and your options open, looking outside the square. Uranus is the planet of surprise, synchronicity and the unexpected and his return to your work sector in 2010 began a mission to help you find your truth, your sense of purpose and your most authentic path forward on the job front. Uranus only turned direct in December and now in his final days, there is a last minute rush to present as many options as possible. Uranus' departure will see things settle back from 6th March and with that a chance to catch your breath. The Moon will move through from 8th March to 10th March, with a chance to get your bearings. With the Sun returning on 21st March, there will be a chance then to start the next chapter, with the benefit of everything you have gained over the last nine years. With Uranus gone so too will the constant changes and course directions and also a constant need to be focused on the big picture. The Sun will throw the solar spotlight onto your work situation, matters and options, but in a way that represents the start of a new normal. There will be a Full Moon during the Sun's first and last day in your work sector, bringing a reminder to pace yourself, knowing when to keep your work hat on and when to take it off. This is a chance to put the brakes on after some hectic months and years. In the meantime, the Moon will give you a window into career matters, from 17th March to 19th March.
It is hard to separate what is happening on the job and income fronts this month because the two are set to go hand in hand and not just this month, but for months and years to come. You begin the month with Venus in her final days in your income sector and Mars firing things up on the job front. Venus will leave on 2nd March, but not before starting the month with your confidence high, a lucrative sense of direction and with the power to move mountains if you have to. For Venus leaves Saturn and Pluto, planets that are here for the rest of this year and beyond. For Mars, who is in your work sector until 31st March, this is a real advantage. Income potential will not only provide motivation on the job front, but a positive trine aspect to Saturn on 13th/15th March and with Pluto on 19th/21st March will bring income and job potential together. However, with Mars leaving on 31st March and the Sun not returning until later next month, this should be a case of the more powerful and prominent income forces using his position on the job front as a prop. For as exciting as it is to have Mars in your work sector and the massive opportunity this brings for job movement, he is in the minor league while income forces are in the big league. That changes with Uranus' return to your work sector on 6th March, beginning a visit that will run through to 2026. This brings work and job matters into the big league as well, where they will work as a team with income forces. Where Saturn and Pluto are playing a long game on the income front and Uranus will return to play a long game on the job front, Venus and Mars are focused on opportunities now. This will see the month get off to a potentially lucrative start, while Mars will continue to fire things up on the job front all month.
First impressions suggest this is a quiet month professionally and as this is what you expect to see at this time of year, you may fail to notice the subtle signs that suggest some pleasant surprises. There are four basic realms of cosmic activity. The first is when there is major planetary activity, keeping an area of your chart active for months if not years at a time. The second is the passage of the faster planets, those that visit every area of your chart, each year. Those faster planets usually move through your work sector in April and May and through your career sector in September and October. The third realm is that of the Moon, who visits every area of your chart every 28 days. The Moon will move through your work sector from 13th March to 15th March and through your career sector from 21st March to 23rd March. The fourth realm is the asteroids, who quietly orbit your chart in three to four year cycles, with their impact felt more internally, through your emotions or the way you view things. It is that fourth realm that is active this month, with the asteroid Juno spending the whole of March in your work sector and the asteroid Pallas Athena spending the whole month in your career sector. This wouldn't normally rate a mention, but with Mars returning to your work sector on 31st March, a Full Moon in your career sector on 21st March and Venus in your income sector and at a friendly aspect to both from 2nd March to 27th March, there is something special developing. To start with there might just be a sense of confidence and determination you can't put your finger on. Yet by the time the Moon moves through your career sector from 21st March to 23rd March, a Full Moon in its early hours could be a catalyst for events across the income, work and career fronts.
This is not the point in any year when you would expect planetary activity in either of your two professional houses. However, with Jupiter in your career sector from October 2017 to November 2018, last year was the exception. Jupiter might be gone, but the last planet only left your career sector in late January, leaving you with plenty of momentum and untapped professional potential. This makes the Moon's visit to your career sector a lot more important, for this is a valuable chance to regroup and get a read on that untapped professional potential and the sense of professional direction this left you with. The Moon will move through your career sector from 23rd March to 25th March, fuelling your professional instincts and imagination and providing some valuable clues, hunches and insights. At the same time, while there is no planetary activity on the job front, for the first time in 17 years you have the North Node in your work sector. The North Node isn't a planet and is instead a force that is constantly drawing work and job matters forward and towards some unseen potential. This will culminate in a total solar eclipse in early July. The Moon's visit to your work sector from 15th March to 17th March will give you an intuitive read on work and job matters and the force drawing and driving things forward. What both job and career matters do have is a lot of support from what is a very active month on the income front. With the Sun in your income sector until 21st March, Mercury here all month and Venus, the planet of money returning on 27th March, this will benefit any energies in play on the career and job fronts and especially when the Moon moves through. The Moon's visit to your career sector from 23rd March to 25th March, in particular, could trigger unexpected developments across the income, work and career fronts.
Last month saw a lot of things fall into place on the job and career fronts and the Moon had a lot to do with that. A total lunar eclipse in your work sector in January was a chance to capitalise on 18 months of activity on the job front, which ran its course last November. This was a catalyst for developments across the income, work and career fronts, at a time when things were still coming together. Last month the Moon came full circle from that lunar eclipse and with no more wildcards to play, this was the point where work and job matters fell into place and will remain largely unchanged for several months. In the meantime, it was the Moon's visit to your career sector in the final days of February that confirmed that forces there had reached the same state. It was the fact that the Moon came full circle from its visit four weeks earlier to find the same two forces in play, that revealed a solid and steady drumbeat on the career front. Jupiter and Ceres, the two planets in your career sector until the end of the year are both slowing down ahead of retrograde turns next month, creating a slow, steady and confident drum beat. The only area where things are still settling into place is on the income front, but things will be settled there by the end of the first week of March. With things now more settled on the job and career fronts, the Moon's monthly visits become a lot more important, with a chance to check in. You will get that chance on the job front when the Moon moves through your work sector from 17th March to 19th March. You will get a chance to check in professionally, when the Moon moves through your career sector from 25th March to 28th March. With the Sun returning to your income sector on 21st March, this will also highlight new income options.