With lucky Jupiter in your career sector until 3rd December, this was always going to be a huge professional year, with the potential for not only professional growth, but support for your personal and professional goals and ambitions in general. Saturn only left your career sector in December 2017, ending a three year professional boot camp.
Chances are you may have felt for a while that you have given more than you have received back professionally, wondering if your ship would ever come in. Yet it is everything that you have invested over recent years that means you are ready for this year’s opportunities. It is the amount of support in the early weeks of the year that is staggering, leaving you in no doubt that something has shifted.
Despite the fact that Jupiter has been here since early November, things are still getting up to speed, with little real excitement. This changes dramatically with Mars’ return to your income sector on New Year’s Day, Venus’ to your career sector on 8th January and a total lunar eclipse in your work sector on 21st January.
Over the course of the first three weeks of 2019, the board will light up across the income, work and career fronts. While the lunar eclipse is a one off event, as the North Node only wrapped up an 18 month visit in November, this will be a catalyst for not just untapped job potential, but all that has been building across the income, work and career fronts. While this gets the year off to an exciting and busy start, for the most part, Jupiter is running a marathon and not a sprint.
Having the North Node in a fun, playful, romantic and creatively charged part of your chart all year will ensure life doesn’t become all work and no play. A total lunar eclipse here on 3rd July will be at the epicentre of some stunning months for matters of the heart and all things fun, playful, romantic and creative.
This is also an important year for personal and professional networking, with Saturn spending his second full year in your sector of friendship, teamwork and networking.
With Jupiter returning here after he leaves your career sector on 3rd December, teamwork and connecting with others will become an increasingly important and ultimately auspicious theme running throughout the year. A solar eclipse here on 6th January and a lunar eclipse on 17th July could see people come into your life, in unexpected ways.
While your relationships will get their turn from time to time during the course of the year, 2019 belongs to the love gods and they are claiming this from the get go. Having returned to your romantic sector in November, the North Node won’t leave until May 2020, spending the whole of 2019 here.
This will have several implications. The first is to keep the spirit of romance in play all year. The second is to bring the element of fate into play and the third is the potential for game changing eclipses. While a Full Moon in your romantic sector in December 2018 was not an eclipse, you have a total solar eclipse in your romantic sector on 3rd July.
Fortunately, you start the year with Venus, the planet of love in an adventurous part of your chart, bringing the spirit of romance and adventure together as you move into the New Year.
After that, things may go quiet on the romantic front, but the North Node is always there, constantly keeping the romantic flame burning. This will experience a surge when Venus, the planet of love moves through Pisces from 27th March to 21st April, which is later in the year than is normally the case.
However, the timing couldn’t be better, with Mars returning to kick off the most romantically charged months of 2019 less than four weeks later. The solar eclipse on 3rd July sits in the heart of those romantically charged months, which run from Mars’ return to your romantic sector on 16th May to Mercury’s departure on 12th August.
Meanwhile, apart from a Full Moon in your relationship sector on 20th February, your relationships will have to wait until August for their turn, following on the heels of the most romantically charged months of 2019.
Once again it begins with Mars, who is not only making his first visit to your romantic sector in two years, but to your relationship sector as well. The focus on your relationships begins with Mars’ return to your relationship sector on 18th August and will end with his departure on 4th October.
By then the planets are less strung out and where it will take them three months to move through your romantic sector the Sun, Mercury and Venus will all move through your relationship sector under Mars’ watch. In a year that is all about romance and matters of the heart, the relationship gods are settling for a short, but very intense seven week period to focus on your relationships, from 18th August to 4th October.
With lucky Jupiter in your career sector until 3rd December, this was never going to be an ordinary professional year, with active periods and then time in between when not a lot is happening. Of course, even if that was the case, just because the professional gods aren’t active doesn’t mean things go off the boil.
In an ordinary year, the planets move through, stir things up, get things moving and then leave you to take it from there. Because Jupiter is in your career sector for the majority of the year he will be at your side, making this the most potentially expansive and opportune year for professional growth in over a decade.
To start with things are still fairly quiet and while Jupiter has been here since early November, you are yet to really feel the full implications. However you can expect things to start moving in the early days of the year and not just here, but across the income, work and career fronts.
It begins with Mars’ return to your income sector on New Year’s Day, with the warrior planet of the cosmos delighted to find lucky Jupiter in your career sector. On a mission to get the year off to a lucrative staff, Mars will work with Jupiter from the get go. Held back by a retrograde phase last year, Venus will finally return to your career sector on 8th January, just three days after Mercury leaves.
As the planet of money, Venus will be delighted to find both Mars and Jupiter engaged, helping her in her mission to fuel your professional confidence, attract opportunities and steer things in a lucrative direction.
If that isn’t enough to get this professional year moving, a total lunar eclipse on the job front on 21st January should do the trick. With Venus and Jupiter in your career sector and Mars and Uranus in your income sector, this has the potential to be a catalyst for unexpected developments across the income, work and career fronts.
Venus will leave your career sector on 4th February, but Jupiter will continue to keep the wheels turning all year. Things may settle down after that, not to experience another surge until midyear. Between 27th June and 23rd August the Sun, Mercury, Venus and Mars will all move through your work sector, creating the busiest and the most opportune months of 2019 on the job front.
It is on 2nd November that the Sun, Mercury and Venus will begin arriving back in your career sector, ready to support Jupiter in his final weeks, before he leaves on 3rd December. Mercury will even stay on until 29th December in order to tie up the loose ends of what, by then should have been an extraordinary professional year.
For the last eight years, the money gods haven’t had an even balance between income and money matters, with the balance of power more on income matters.
It began with Uranus’ return to your income sector in 2010 and while there are periods in any year that are more active for income and money matters, he has been there to ensure income matters never completely go off the boil.
However, Uranus is leaving on 6th March and not due to return for another eight decades, this will allow for a more even balance between money coming in and money going out. There will still be a slight favouring of income matters, partly because of the momentum gained, but not enough to create conflict between the two.
However, you are not at that point yet, with the money gods putting everything they can to not only make Uranus’ final months in your income sector count, but to exploit his legacy.
The push begins on New Year’s Day and the timing couldn’t be better. Uranus won’t turn direct until 7th January, so even in the final days of 2018, there was no sign of just how fast things would turn around. It is Mars’ return to your income sector on New Year’s Day that fires everything up, with your passions and fighting spirit kicking in from day one.