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Month of July

Aries

While for the most part, it is business as usual on the job and career fronts, it is towards the end of the month that things will come alive. In saying that, during just the first week of July Mars, in his final three weeks in your income sector will start the month at a friendly aspect to the dwarf planet Ceres in your career sector before going on to form the same aspect to the asteroid Juno, the queen of commitment in your work sector. It was late last month that Juno and Ceres had come together and are just separating as Mars brings them back together again.

This is going to get the month off to a good start across the income, work and career fronts. However, it is later in the month that first the Moon's return to your career sector and then Mercury's return to your work sector will take things to the next level. Before then, the Moon's monthly visit to your work sector from 10th July to 12th July will be another chance to bring things together across the income, work and career fronts before Mars leaves your income sector on 21st July.

This is the same day that in the final days of the Moon's monthly visit to your career sector, from 19th July to 21st July, this will create the second Full Moon here in just four weeks. The last time you had two back to back Full Moons in your career sector was 18 years ago, with what was set in motion by last month's Full Moon getting re energised again. This time, just five days before Mercury joins the asteroid Juno, who has been soldiering away on her own since last October.

With the Sun and Venus returning next month and Mercury not eventually leaving until September, this will kick off the most active months of the year on the job front. However, with so much water having passed under the bridge and with continuous planetary activity on the income and career fronts for the rest of the year, this is also a continuation of the journey so far.

Taurus

On both the job and career fronts there are no changes this month, so in a sense it is business as usual. However, as has been the case ever since the Sun returned to your income sector in May this continues to have a big impact on both. It wasn't just the Sun who returned in May but Venus, Jupiter and last month Mercury, each moving straight into a friendly aspect to Pluto and all but Pluto, to the South Node.

The Sun, Venus and Mercury have moved on but not leaving until June 2025, Jupiter is still in the early months of your biggest year for income growth and expansion in over a decade. In the same way that forces on the job and career fronts are benefiting from this, Jupiter is benefiting from them, giving him the professional platform that he can piggyback off. Having moved into a friendly aspect to Pluto in your career sector shortly after returning to your income sector in May, it is not until now that Jupiter is moving into the same aspect to the South Node in your work sector, which he will do from 9th July to 13th July.

What makes the timing significant is that the Moon will be in your work sector from 12th July to 14th July, ensuring your instincts are sharp and you are emotionally and intuitively engaged as they come together. While the Moon's return to your work sector every four weeks will always sharpen your instincts, act as a trigger and ensure you are emotionally and intuitively engaged and aware, these monthly visits will also see it form a friendly aspect to Pluto and the South Node when it moves through. The same will be the case when the Moon moves through your career sector from 21st July to 23rd July.

As well as fuelling your professional instincts and imagination, a friendly aspect to Jupiter and the South Node will see these monthly visits keep bringing things together on the income, work and career fronts and month after month, tightening the bond.

Gemini

It is just as you move into the new month that the professional tide is turning, though to start with it is that moment when things stand still as it turns. Monday 1st July is Saturn's first full day in retrograde motion in your career sector and also Neptune's last in direct motion. Saturn has just turned retrograde on 30th June and Neptune, the planet of hopes and dreams will turn retrograde on 2nd July and in the space of just over 48 hours, this will see the only planets in either of your two professional houses make a U turn and start heading back the way they came.

This is something Neptune has done every year since returning in 2012 while for Saturn, it is for the second time since returning last year. That Saturn and Neptune are turning retrograde within the space of just 48 hours and in a display of synchronised swimming, this will see what until now has been the tide moving things forward switch to the tide moving them back over ground already covered. With the Sun always spending the first three weeks of July in your income sector, Mercury here until 3rd July, Venus until 12th July and all forming a friendly aspect to Saturn and Neptune before leaving, this is a chance for new income potential to piggyback off the doors this will open to the past, second chances and untapped professional potential.

With no planetary activity in your work sector, the Moon's monthly visit from 15th July to 17th July will be a valuable chance to check in. While Venus and Mercury will have left your income sector by then, with the Sun not leaving until 22nd July the Moon will not only move into a friendly aspect as it moves through but to Saturn and Neptune as well. These could be some of the most pivotal days of the month across the income, work and career fronts.

Meanwhile, the Moon will return for its first visit to your career sector since Saturn's retrograde turn from 22nd July to 26th July, offering a valuable chance to check in.

Cancer

With no planetary activity in your work sector and both planets in your career sector in retrograde motion by the end of the month, it could be said that this professional year is slowing down but at the right time. On the one hand, it was only last month that Mars left your career sector, ending what had been a particularly busy start to the year. As well as Mars making his first visit in two years just after the Sun, Venus and Mercury had moved through, he had begun the year in your work sector.

Normally planetary activity on the job front will end in the lead up to Christmas, but this year it not only spilled into the New Year but right through to February. There has been so much momentum in the first half of this professional year that if the professional gods hadn't taken their foot off the gas things would not only overshoot the mark, but you would burn out in the process. Growth happens in waves, where there is a time to push things forward and a time to pull back and let things play out, before repeating the cycle.

You have had the push but no time to let things play out, which is what you finally have a chance to do. Eris, the warrior planet of the cosmos and the planet keeping Mars' warrior and competitive spirit alive won't turn retrograde until 22nd July and Chiron, the planet charged with helping you learn as you go, won't turn retrograde until 27th July. Instead of suddenly braking, it is more a case that the professional gods have taken their feet off the gas and the pace is gradually dropping back.

The Moon will return for its monthly visit to your career sector from 26th July to 28th July, just as the tide is turning. However, by the time the Moon returns to your work sector from 17th July to 19th July, something that every four weeks will bring a chance to check in on work and job matters, Mercury and Venus will be in your income sector. Mercury's return on 3rd July and Venus' on 12th July not only kicks off the most lucrative months of the year but with a chance to piggyback off the professional momentum already gained.

Leo

As you move into the new month there is still a lot of unfinished business on the job and career fronts, at a time of year when things should have dialled back to a point where planets across the income, work and career fronts were quietly keeping the momentum going. Jupiter's departure from your career sector in May brought his 12 month quest for job growth and expansion to a close and with the Sun, Venus and Mercury having moved through since then, this should all be behind you. Uranus is here until 2026 but he is playing a long game, meaning things should be dialling back on the career front.

At the same time, while the dwarf planet Ceres is in your career sector until December and she too is playing a long game, one that is more focused on your professional needs and priorities, a Full Moon last month has energised things on the career front. Again, this is behind you on the career front there should be nothing more of note. Except on both the job and career fronts that is not the case, for until Mars leaves your work sector on 21st July, the busiest weeks of the year are still in front of you as he fights to exploit the potential Jupiter has created.

At the same time, while this year's Full Moon in your career sector was last month, when the Moon returns from 19th July to 21st July, for the first time in two decades it will create a second Full Moon, this time just as Mars is about to leave. While the asteroid Juno, the queen of commitment is quietly keeping things on track on the income front and connected with what is happening professionally, by the time Mercury returns to your income sector on 26th July to begin the most lucrative months of 2024, things will finally have settled on the job and career fronts. This is when you will be ready to exploit the income potential this has created.

Meanwhile, having the Moon in your career sector until 3rd July and then returning again from 28th July to 30th July will ensure you begin and end the month with your professional instincts sharp while emotionally and intuitively engaged.

Virgo

As you move into the new month things are just starting to settle down professionally and there will be reason for confidence across the income, work and career fronts. On 1st July the Sun had been gone from your career sector for just 10 days and Venus and Mercury for two weeks, something that in most years would have brought all planetary activity on the career front to an end. Instead, it was just days after the Sun returned to begin his month long visit to your career sector in May, that Jupiter returned to begin your biggest year for professional growth and expansion in over a decade.

This makes the Moon's return from 3rd July to 5th July an important chance to check in. This won't be the Moon's first visit since Jupiter returned, but it will be the first while the planet of luck and expansion is on his own and when his is the only voice that your professional instincts and imagination will be picking up on. This is also when your over the horizon radar will be telling you that you are not quite ready to settle into the long haul journey that Jupiter will take you on before leaving in June 2025, though for now there will be a chance to pause.

As the Moon moves through it will form a friendly aspect to Pluto in your work sector and the South Node in your income sector, companions for Jupiter and the journey ahead. Jupiter has already moved into a friendly aspect to Pluto since returning and from 9th July to 13th July will move into a friendly aspect to the South Node, further tightening the bond across the income, work and career fronts. There will also be a growing sense of change in the air and a sense that this is drawing closer by the day.

It is on 21st July, the same day that the Moon will return for its monthly visit to your work sector from 21st July to 23rd July that Mars will return to your career sector, joining the warrior planet of the cosmos here for the first time since 2013. This will bring Mars' professional passions, fighting and competitive spirit together with Jupiter's quest for professional growth and expansion and keep them together until September.

Libra

Because the Sun will always spend the first three weeks of July in your career sector, the solar spotlight is always on your career and professional situation, matters and options at this time of year. With Saturn having just turned retrograde in your work sector on 30th June and Neptune turning retrograde on 2nd July, it is just as new doors are opening on the job front that the doors are open to the past, second chances and untapped job potential and in conjunction. While Saturn and Neptune will spend the whole of 2024 in your work sector, from Venus' return to your career sector last month to the Sun's departure on 22nd July, your career sector will only be active for five weeks.

However, don't be deceived for while this is the least planetary activity you can expect on the career front this year and always at this time of year, it is the first of several stepping stones leading to Jupiter's return in June 2025 and the start of your biggest year for professional growth and expansion in over a decade. Once the Sun leaves there should be no planetary activity on the career front until he returns next June but instead, there will be no time between now and Jupiter's return that your career sector will be empty for more than two months. This is just the first stepping stone, with the next being Mars' return from 5th September to 4th November.

This is just over six weeks after the Sun leaves, with the warrior planet of the cosmos returning for his first visit in two years and with it a chance to fire things up. Normally here for just six weeks, Mars will instead spend two months here, due to the fact that he is slowing down ahead of a retrograde turn in December that will see him retrograde back from 6th January to 18th April, almost two months to the day after leaving. This time Mars will be here for over three months and by the time he leaves returning on 10th June, Jupiter will be less than two months away.

This is not a path that stretches out all the way until then, but a series of stepping stones.

Scorpio

The dynamics of this professional year are shifting, but with what is akin to one team subbing out as another subs in, but with a crossover between the two. Until now, the only planetary activity in either of your two professional houses has been on the job front and that is still the case as you move into the new month. However, when Mars left last month and brought to an end a particularly busy first half of this professional year, there was a chance to take your foot off the gas.

There was more than enough momentum to keep the wheels turning and with the dwarf planet Eris, the warrior princess of the cosmos here she has been able to keep Mars' warrior and competitive spirit alive. However, with Eris gradually slowing down ahead of a retrograde turn on 22nd July and Chiron on 27th July, by the end of the month the two planets in your work sector will be in retrograde motion and it will stay that way for the rest of the year. With Eris in your work sector for decades this is an annual event and will be for decades to come, but the difference this year is just how busy the first of the year has been and how ready you are for this.

However, while things are dialling back on the job front and things become less busy, new doors are opening on the career front. It starts with Mercury's return to your career sector on 3rd July, followed by Venus' return on 12th July and the Sun's return on 22nd July. Unlike your work sector, where the focus is on keeping you busy and focused on day to day work and job matters, your career sector brings a chance to explore new career options and choices while looking at the big rather than the small picture.

This will see new doors open on the career front just as they are preparing to open to the past, second chances and untapped job potential. Meanwhile, the Moon's return to your career sector from 7th July to 10th July and to your work sector from 26th July to 28th July will give you a better read on both.

Sagittarius

July is set to be a surprisingly busy time for this point in the year. Both because with Jupiter gone from your work sector and the Sun, Venus and Mercury having already moved through by now and not due to return to your career sector until later next month, things should have dialled back. The reality is that they did, albeit for just two weeks.

When Jupiter left your work sector in May and wrapped up his 12 month quest for job growth and expansion the Sun, Venus and Mercury had just left and as he handed the reins to Uranus, the focus shifted onto his long game. With Uranus here until 2026 things won't go off the boil, but as he is playing a long game this is when it changed from a sprint to a marathon. However, it changed back to a sprint again just 14 days later when Mars returned for his first visit to your work sector in two years.

Until leaving on 21st July, apart from making these some of the busiest weeks of the year so far, Mars will be working to exploit all the job potential that Jupiter had created during the 12 months he was here. Helping with that is starting the month at a friendly aspect to the dwarf planet Ceres on the income front and then just days later to the asteroid Juno on the career front. Helping to get the month off to a good start across the income, work and career fronts will be having the Moon in your work sector during the first two days of the month.

This will come together again when the Moon moves through your career sector from 10th July to 12th July, this time leaving you with your professional instincts sharp moving into Mars' final days in your work sector. By the time the Moon returns to your work sector from 28th July to 30th July Mars will be gone and while this will be a chance to take your foot off the gas, Mercury's return to your career sector on 26th July will see new doors opening on the career front.

Capricorn

By the time you move into the new month Jupiter, the planet of luck and expansion has only been in your work sector for five weeks, but in that time the Sun, Venus and Mercury have all moved through. It was just 10 days earlier that the Sun took the solar spotlight off your work situation and job matters, something that in most years would bring all planetary activity on the job front for the year to a close. Instead, this was the push that has helped to launch what Jupiter will be working to make your biggest year for job growth and expansion in over a decade.

Jupiter is on his own when the Moon moves through from 3rd July to 5th July, giving you a better read on his influence. This is not the Moon's first visit since the planet of luck and expansion returned but it is the first while he is on his own, making his voice the only one that you are picking up on and getting messages from. However, while Jupiter is here until June 2025 and the Sun, Venus and Mercury won't be back until then, you aren't yet at the point where it becomes more about the journey and won't be for another two months.

That is because only the first rockets that will launch Jupiter's 12 month quest into the stratosphere have been fired, with the biggest yet to be deployed. That will come on 21st July when Mars returns for his first visit to your work sector in two years, something that will kick off what can be the busiest six weeks in any year, whether Jupiter was here or not. However, this is when Mars' mission to fire things up will become part of Jupiter's quest for job growth and expansion, something that last happened in 2013.

You will get a better read on this when the Moon comes full circle from 30th July, when there will be a marked difference from its earlier visit at the start of the month. Before then the Moon will make its monthly visit to your career sector from 12th July to 14th July, with a chance to get your ducks in a row across the income, work and career fronts before Mars returns.

Aquarius

Because the Sun will always spend the first three weeks of July in your work sector, the solar spotlight is always on your work situation, job matters and options at this time of year. By the time you move into the new month the Sun has been here for 10 days and Venus and Mercury for two weeks, something that kicked off the first planetary activity on the job front this year. For both these are ordinary annual visits, with Mercury helping you to work smarter, get your head in the game, ideas on the table and the communication lines open before leaving on 3rd July.

Before she leaves on 12th July, Venus will be working to fuel your job confidence, attract opportunities and steer things in a lucrative direction. It is while Venus is here that the Moon will move through from 5th July to 7th July, creating a New Moon that at some point during the Sun's month long visit will create the kind of forward momentum that makes this a good time for new beginnings, initiatives or just for drawing a new line in the sand. What is deceiving about the planetary activity on the job front this month is how ordinary it is and that when the Sun leaves on 22nd July this will bring things to an end just five weeks after it began.

Apart from the Moon's return to your career sector from 15th July to 17th July, there is nothing else of note. These will be some of the most positive days of the month across the income, work and career fronts, but this is what you would expect at some point during the Sun's month long visit. Yet behind this, the seeds are being sown for something much bigger and because Mars will return in September to spend two months here and then return again in the New Year to spend another three months, this is the first of a series of stepping stones that lead all the way to Jupiter's return in June 2025 and the start of your biggest year for job growth and expansion in over a decade.

At no point between now and then will your work sector be empty for more than two months.

Pisces

While there has been no planetary activity in either of your two professional houses since February, even that was an anomaly, for this was more a case of the planetary activity in your career sector at the end of last year spilling into the early weeks of this year. While the planets that began the year in your career sector have left, none have arrived to replace them and won't until later in the year, while there has been no planetary activity in your work sector since October 2023. However, this is the norm for the first half of the year, with things finally coming alive on the job front when the Sun returns on 21st July.

This is the point in each year when the Sun will always turn the solar spotlight onto your work situation, job matters and options and the latest that you will have to wait for new doors to open. However, you won't have to wait that long, with Mercury returning on 3rd July with a chance to work smarter, get your head in the game, ideas on the table and the communication lines open. This will be followed by Venus' return on 12th July, when as the planet of money, desire and attraction she will work to fuel your job confidence, attract opportunities and steer things in a lucrative direction.

By then the Moon will have moved through, with its return to your work sector from 7th July to 9th July bringing a chance to check in and to get a feel for Mercury's influence. Mercury will normally race through in 14 to 15 days so should be gone by the time the Sun returns on 22nd July, but instead slowing ahead of a retrograde turn that will see him retrograde back in for a deep dive next month, he won't leave until 26th July. It is in the days leading up to the Sun's return that the Moon will move through your career sector from 17th July to 19th July.

As well as fuelling your professional instincts and imagination, this will bring things together across the income, work and career fronts.

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