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Monthly Career Horoscopes - September 2019
That the focus is on work and job matters at this time of year is a given, with the Sun always spending the first three weeks of September in your work sector. What is not a given is for the Sun to bring half the solar system with him or to have the kind of backup from the get go, from planets on the income and career fronts. While Uranus was in your income sector when the Sun moved through your work sector last year, as Mars makes his first visit in two years it is not only to find this serendipitous planet here for the first time in eight decades but for the first time in three decades, to find Saturn in your career sector as well. For us this is old news, with Saturn in your career sector since December 2017 and Uranus having spent several months in your income sector last year, before returning to spend the next seven years here in March. The difference this month is that Mars is seeing this for the first time and as he is not only the planet of passion, drive and action but your ruling planet, you are seeing this through new eyes. While Mercury will leave your work sector on 14th September, Venus on 15th September and the Sun on 23rd September, Mars is here all month and this has exciting implications across the income, work and career fronts. Mars will be here injecting his work passions, fighting and competitive spirit into work and job matters when Saturn turns direct in your career sector on 18th September, so will be on hand as your whole professional game gets the green light. Pluto won't turn direct in your career sector until early next month, but this can't slow down the march forward and is more a chance to tie up loose ends. A New Moon in your work sector at the end of last month allows you to begin the month with an intuitive read on work and job matters, along with a tailwind at your back from the get go. Meanwhile, moving through your career sector from 7th September to 10th September, the Moon will give you an intuitive read on Saturn's final days in retrograde motion.
Apart from a Full Moon in your career sector last month, there has been no real activity in either of your two professional houses since late March. I say no 'real' activity, for it is only the planets that have the power to drive things forward or to create real activity and the last planet in either of your two professional houses left your career sector at the end of March. However, you had the asteroid Pallas Athena in your work sector from last November to her departure on 26th August, with the goddess of wisdom here for an extraordinarily long time. Normally taking two months to pass through, once every four years, a retrograde phase kept her here for 10 months. Pallas was here during a pair of twin Full Moons in your work sector, one in March and the other in April, she was there as Mars epic visit to your career sector last year ran its course and as a parade of planets moved through during the first three months of this year. Pallas Athena witnessed it all and as the goddess of wisdom, this has given you a huge knowledge and experience base that will prove to be real gold this month, when the first full sized planets return, those that can make things happen and can draw on the knowledge, experience and wisdom gained over the last 10 months. It begins with Mercury's return to your work sector on 14th September, followed by Venus' return less than 24 hours later on 15th September and then by the Sun's return on 23rd September, as he does at this time every year. With Mars returning next month, what kicks off mid month will continue to gain speed and momentum right through to late November. Yet what began with the asteroid Pallas making an extraordinarily long 10 month visit to your work sector, will conclude with another asteroid doing the same. This time with Juno here from 4th November 2019 through to 20th September 2020. When the faster moving planets can't be here, the professional gods are sending in the asteroids and the question is why? It could be because of the massive and major developments on the career front in 2020.
All is quiet on the professional front this month, but behind the scenes something exciting is building. Neptune, still the only planet in either of your two professional houses is still in retrograde motion in your career sector and will be until November. Neptune was more active in June, July and August, despite being in retrograde motion, due to the amount of planetary activity on the income front. Now, along with the North Node in your income sector, Neptune is standing back and is more focused on watching over things from the sidelines. Apart from the Moon's return to your career sector from 12th September to 15th September, which is more a chance to check in, it is on the job front that something is stirring. While the Sun, Venus and Mercury won't return to your work sector until next month and Mars until the month after, it isn't empty. There are no planets in your work sector and won't be until Mercury's return early next month to begin an extraordinarily long two month visit but the asteroid Pallas Athena has been here since 26th August. Still in her early days, the goddess of wisdom is still settling in as you begin the new month, with the Moon's visit from 3rd September to 5th September the first chance to check in on this. It is during this visit that the Moon will not only align with Pallas here but form a friendly aspect to Neptune in your career sector and the North Node in your income sector. This will be your first taste of what is to come, with your income, work and careers sectors all active, engaged and working together throughout the last three months of 2020 and into the New Year. The Moon might only be here for a few days, but finding any kind of activity on the job front will send ripples out across the income, work and career fronts. The same will happen when the Moon returns to your career sector from 12th September to 15th September, aligning with Neptune and moving into a positive aspect to Pallas on the job and the North Node on the income front. Pallas might not be a powerful player and she might be keeping the seat warm for the planets who will begin returning next month, but she creates a link between income, work and career forces.
There were just six days last month where every planet that will visit your income sector in 2019 were all here at the same time and it began with Mercury's return on 12th August and ended with Mars' departure on 28th August. Mercury, the last to leave only left in the closing days of August, creating a legacy and a lucrative sense of direction that you will continue to benefit from for the rest of this year and beyond. Why that was significant professionally is that 12th August, the same day every faster planet in the solar system came together in your income sector, was the same day Jupiter turned direct in your work sector. This created a massive amount of support for the planet of luck and expansion at his most vulnerable point, when stalled and motionless he was making his transition from retrograde to direct motion. Now in his first full month in direct motion and not leaving until early December, Jupiter continues to pick up speed and momentum and as he does he is becoming more and more powerful, making it likely to see signs of job growth and also the pace picking up this month, though it is in November that everything will come together. Jupiter won't forget the support he had from the planets moving through your income sector last month, so will continue to promote income potential along with job growth. Meanwhile, while both planets in your career sector are in retrograde motion and will remain in retrograde motion for the rest of Jupiter's time in your work sector, Jupiter is growing closer to Eris. They came together earlier in the year but will come together again over the coming months, bringing Jupiter's focus on new job growth and potential together with Eris' focus on the past, second chances and untapped professional potential. The Moon's return to your work sector from 5th September to 7th September is the first since Jupiter turned direct, creating a valuable chance to check in. You will have a chance to do the same on the career front from 15th September to 17th September.
Sometimes the whole really is greater than the sum of its parts and that is definitely the case this month across the income, work and career fronts. Take any two out of the game and it would still be an important month, but bring all three into the game and you have some stunning and also unprecedented energy in play across the income, work and career fronts. As is often the case, it is the moving parts that have the bigger or final impact, allowing everything else to fall into place. In this case, the moving parts are on the income front, with the month starting with all the faster moving planets in the solar system, all in your income sector at the same time. The Sun will always spend the first three weeks of September in your income sector and more often than not Venus and Mercury are here, which is the case this month. The difference is having Mars here and the timing of it all. Because Saturn returned to your work sector in December 2017, he was here when the Sun, Venus and Mercury returned to your income sector last year and into a friendly aspect, for the first time in three decades. And last year the Sun, Venus and Mercury also returned to find Uranus in your career sector, though for the first time in eight decades. This is Mars' first encounter with both here and able to act as a go between, this is energising things across the income, work and career fronts. The Sun, Venus and Mercury will have all left your income sector by 23rd September but with Mars here all month, he will be here when Saturn turns direct in your work sector on 18th September and throughout Uranus' first full month in retrograde motion in your career sector. The professional tides are turning and with Jupiter returning to your work sector in December, once the pace starts to pick up on the job front it will increase exponentially over the coming weeks and months. The Moon's visit to your work sector from 7th September to 10th September will give you an intuitive read on Saturn's final days in retrograde motion.
With no more planetary activity in either of your two professional houses since Venus left your career sector in July and no more until she returns to your work sector over Christmas, this was always going to be a point in this professional year where things were able to run their course. This puts a lot more focus on the Moon's monthly visits, with its visits to both professional houses a lot more important this month, for different reasons. The Moon will make its monthly visit to your work sector from 10th September to 12th September, giving you an intuitive read on work and job matters, as is always the case. However, coming full circle from last month's Full Moon and as a lot of things triggered on a Full Moon come to fruition when the Moon cycles back, this could trigger some unexpected developments on the job front. This might be something you don't see coming or something that you thought had failed to take flight last month finally coming together during the time that the Moon is here. The Moon's return to your career sector from 20th September to 22nd September is equally important, though for different reasons. The Moon's return will always fuel your professional instincts and imagination, giving bringing a chance to check in professionally. It is the timing that makes this visit auspicious, with the Moon moving through during Venus and Mercury's first week in your income sector and just before the Sun returns on 23rd September. This will be a chance to sharpen your professional instincts and get your professional bearings, just as the most potentially lucrative months of 2019 begin. In the meantime, don't see a lack of planetary activity on the job or career fronts as a sign that this will be a quiet month, with more than enough natural momentum on both fronts.
There is a general settling back on both the job and career fronts this month, something that started last month. It was Mercury's departure from your career sector on 12th August that finally wrapped up an active period that had seen a parade of planets move through over the previous three months. As each planet returned it was to align with the North Node, for the first time here in 17 years and to form a friendly aspect to Neptune in your work sector, as they have done every year since his return in 2012. The difference this year is that while the planets have moved on the North Node, the force behind July's total solar eclipse is still here. An alignment between the North Node and Neptune last month gave them a chance to regroup and settle in as a tight unit. With Neptune in retrograde motion in your work sector until November and the North Node not only in your career sector until May 2020 but the next eclipse not until January, both have regrouped in order to step back and focus more on the big picture. This makes the Moon's monthly visits a lot more important, for while this will allow the Moon to connect directly with one, it will also form a friendly aspect to the other. However, when the Moon returns it will be to find a third player not there before. You will get your first taste of this when the Moon returns to your work sector from 12th September to 12th September. As well as aligning with Neptune and moving into a friendly aspect to the North Node in your career sector, the Moon will form a friendly aspect to the asteroid Pallas, for the first time since her return to your income sector late last month. The same will happen when the Moon returns to your career sector from 22nd September to 24th September, confirming that this third aspect is now here to stay, with income, work and career matters continuing to work in tandem for the rest of the year.
Things quieten down professionally this month but only after some extremely active months across the income, work and career fronts. While there has been continuous planetary activity in your income sector since Jupiter returned to your income sector last November and there has literally been continuous planetary activity on the job front for decades, it was an influx of energy on the career front that changed everything. It began with Mars and Mercury's return in June and by 12th August every planet that will visit your career sector in 2019 where all there at the same time. This was the start of a six day period that saw the tail end of Mars' nearly seven week visit, overlap the start of the finishing touches. This was a significant date, for it was on 12th August that Jupiter turned direct in your income sector, receiving a massive amount of support from the planets in your career sector. By the time the last planet left your career sector on 29th August, just days before moving into the new month, Jupiter was back on his feet and moving income matters forward. Those same planets were also a big support for Eris and Chiron, as they turned retrograde in your work sector in July. So much so while income and job matters will continue to play out, they will keep the professional momentum going. Because the last planet has only just left your career sector by the time you move into September, you begin the month with a clear sense of professional direction, your head in the game and thanks to the Moon your professional instincts sharp from the get go. The Moon will make its monthly visit to your work sector from 15th September to 17th September and to your career sector from 24th September to 26th September and in both cases, this will be a valuable chance to check in and to trigger developments.
That the focus is on career matters at this time of year is a given, with the Sun always spending the first three weeks of September in your career sector. However, this year the Sun seems to have brought half the solar system with him or at least those available to return this year. While the Sun, Venus and Mercury returned last year to find Saturn in your income sector for the first time in three decades and Uranus in your work sector, for the first time in eight decades, this is a first for Mars. This is Mars' first visit to your career sector since 2017 and as the first planet to return last month and as he is here all month, he is taking the lead. This makes this a lot more impassioned and energised this year and while the Sun will always shine the solar spotlight on your professional game at this time of year, Mars wants action and to make things happen. You begin the month with Venus and Mercury here, so with heart and head in the game as well or at least that will be the case until Mercury leaves on 14th September and Venus on 15th September. It is once the Sun leaves on 23rd September that Mars will take the controls again. Where in any other year things would drop back when the Sun leaves, this year this is when there is likely to be a surge. Throughout the month there is not only planetary activity on the career front, but multiple alignments between the planets here and those in your income and work sectors. With Uranus in his first full month in retrograde motion in your work sector, he is able to take a break while career forces take the weight. A New Moon in your career sector late last month is giving you a tailwind from the get go but it is when the Moon comes full circle from 26th September to 28th September that a lot of things could fall into place. With Saturn turning direct in your income sector on 18th September, this will have implications across the income, work and career fronts.
While the month begins with no planetary activity in either of your career sector and there will be none until Mercury returns to your career sector on 14th September and Venus a day later, on 15th September, you have a head start. While only an asteroid, Pallas Athena only just left your career sector on 26th August, where she had been since last November. Returning for what should have been a two month visit, the goddess of wisdom instead turned retrograde, keeping her here for 10 months. Pallas is not a planet and she was not there to make things happen but to help you learn, gain knowledge, wisdom and understanding. To end 10 months in the professional gods' classroom just weeks before new doors open on the carer front, will only fully reveal its worth when things start to move. Mercury and Venus' return within the space of less than 12 hours will be a chance to get your heart and head in the game just over a week before the Sun's return on 23rd September. This is the point in every professional year when the solar spotlight shifts onto your career and professional situation, matters and options but this time you are more than ready. The Moon will make its first visit since Pallas left and the last before Venus and Mercury return to your career sector from 1st September to 3rd September. This will ensure you start the month with your professional instincts and imagination fuelled and with a chance to regroup. It is when the Moon comes full circle from 28th September to 30th September that this will create a New Moon on 29th September. This is something you will be more than ready for by then. In the meantime, there will be a chance to check in on work and job matters when the Moon moves through your work sector, from 20th September to 22nd September.
Forces across the income, work and career front strike just the right note and combination this month, hitting the Goldilocks zone to perfection. This is the zone where things aren't too busy but aren't too slow and are just right. After Mercury left your work sector last month, bringing all planetary activity to a close, the North Node is now keeping the momentum going. However, here until May 2020 and the next eclipse not until January, there is no urgency. After aligning with Neptune, in retrograde motion in your income sector last month, they are now a tight unit, with an eye on the big picture and the long term. In the meantime, after returning to your career sector on 26th August, the asteroid Pallas is spending the whole month here on her own, with a chance to prepare for the Sun, Mercury and Venus' return next month. Pallas hasn't returned to make things happen and instead, as the goddess of wisdom she brings a chance to learn, explore and examine your options. Together the North Node, Neptune and Pallas aren't calling attention to themselves, but they are a tight unit that creates a settled and confident month across the income, work and career fronts. All will benefit from a Full Moon in your income sector on 14th September, which will energise all three. The same will happen when the Moon moves through your work sector from 22nd September to 24th September, aligning with the North Node but also forming a positive aspect to Pallas on the career and Neptune on the income front. It will be the same when the Moon moves through your career sector from 3rd September to 5th September and when it returns on 30th September. This time the Moon will align with Pallas and move into a friendly aspect to Neptune on the income and the North Node on the job front, each time energising forces across the income, work and career fronts.
Much of what will transpire and will continue to evolve across the income, work and career fronts this month and over the coming months, will owe its success to events over the last three months and especially last month. While the faster moving planets began returning to your work sector in June, it wasn't until a six day period last month that their paths overlapped and they were all here at the same time. That six day period ran from 12th August to 18th August and the timing couldn't have been better. For it was on 12th August that Jupiter turned direct in your career sector. At his most vulnerable and when this giant of the solar system needed it, a group of much smaller but faster moving planets appeared at the right time to support that turnaround. Those planets have moved on, but in his first full month in direct motion, Jupiter is powering up and between now and his departure in December, is working to create the professional growth and potential that will define your professional options for the next decade. While the planetary activity on the job front has run its course Jupiter will return the favour, keeping the momentum going on the job front as well. This makes the Moon's visits to both your professional houses this month important, starting with a visit to your career sector from 5th September to 7th September. This is the Moon's first visit since Jupiter's direct turn but as it moved through during his final days in retrograde motion last month and when he was at a standstill, the difference in pace should be noticeable. This is a valuable chance to check in. So too is the Moon's visit to your work sector from 24th September to 26th September. The Moon was here when the last planet left late last month, so will be a chance to return to everything being finalised back then.