Cancer ♋ November 2020 Horoscope: Love, Money & Career


There is a lot less pressure this month but also a lot more movement, with a lot of things starting to fall into place. The fact that this is happening professionally but also in life’s more playful, creative and adventurous aspects also hints at a better work/life balance now being possible. The Sun will always spend the first three weeks of November in a fun, playful, romantic and creatively charged part of your chart before returning to your busy and industrious work sector on 22nd November. However, this year the lines between work and play are a lot more blurred, making it clear that this needs to be a priority from the get go.

For the first time in 32 years you not only have Mars in your career sector this late in the year but he has been here since June. In retrograde motion, this has put the brakes on but Mars also spent much of October under pressure. While Mars won’t turn direct until 14th November and that is when the professional pace will pick up, a drop in pressure will make these final two weeks back at the drawing board a lot easier. Meanwhile, the Sun will not only return to your work sector to find Mars firing things up on the career front but the South Node already here and this is what will set the wheels in motion for a total solar eclipse on the job front next month.

With December the month when everything is destined to come together on the job and career fronts, this makes it even more important to work with playful and adventurous forces this month. Fortunately, while the Sun will leave a playful part of your chart on 22nd November, Venus will return on the same day and along with Mercury, who returns on 11th November will remain here for the rest of the month. With the dwarf planet Ceres joining dreamy Neptune in an adventurous part of your chart on 10th November, there is plenty of support on both sides of life’s fence.

LoveCancer November 2020 Love Horoscope

The stars have dialled up a stunning month on the romantic and relationship fronts and with a mix of the ordinary and the extraordinary. Ordinary because the Sun will always spend the first three weeks of November in your romantic sector and while you have Jupiter, Saturn and Pluto in your relationship sector that has been the case all year. What is extraordinary is that on both fronts there is more to this. While Mercury retrograded back out of your romantic sector late last month and Venus won’t return until 22nd November, the Sun is not on his own and there won’t be a moment this month when things go off the boil.

While the Sun will leave a few hours before Venus returns, after returning direct Mercury will return to your romantic sector on 11th November for a second visit, where he will remain for the rest of the month. Mercury will return to his mission to give your heart a voice and to put heart and mind on the same page by the time Venus returns to begin the most romantically charged weeks of any year. Venus and Mercury will both remain here for the rest of the month, keeping the romantic influence alive right through to December. A New Moon on 15th November creates the potential for new beginnings.

Meanwhile, while you have had Jupiter and Pluto in your relationship sector all year and Saturn for all but the three and a half month break he took midyear, this powerful partnership is coming to an end. Jupiter and Saturn will both leave your relationship sector next month, with Jupiter not returning for another 11 years and Saturn not for another three decades. Jupiter and Pluto, the planets of luck and change will also align again this month, for the third time this year but for the last time here in our lifetime. Pluto is the planet that will stay on after Jupiter and Saturn leave next month and it will be his job to continue the journey.

MoneyCancer November 2020 Money Horoscope

It is rare to have planetary activity in either of your money houses at this time of year as it is impossible to have the Sun, Venus or Mercury in either your income or financial sectors in November. The only way you can have planetary activity in either this late in the year is if something other than the normal annual planetary activity is happening. What you have is the dwarf planet Ceres, a little planet on a big mission to update your financial needs and priorities. While this is important in its own right what makes this a bigger deal than it otherwise would be is the timing.

Ceres moved through your financial sector from January to April, with her first visit in four years a chance to review your financial needs and priorities for the first time since she was last here. When Ceres left in April this should have been the last you saw of her for another four years but a retrograde turn saw her retrograde back in at the end of September and the timing couldn’t be better. Ceres is back for less than seven weeks and is already in direct motion ahead of her departure on 10th November. On face value, this is a chance to take a second look at your financial needs and priorities but this couldn’t be more important or significant.

It is just over five weeks after Ceres leaves that both Jupiter and Saturn will return to your financial sector next month, beginning your most potentially expansive year for financial growth in over a decade and the start of a new three year journey towards taking your financial power back. Ceres was here when the hard taskmaster of the cosmos returned in March to spend three and a half months getting a sense of what you need to work on, so retrograding back in after he left but before he returns is giving her a chance to review your financial needs and priorities, having had experience of Saturn’s mandate. The whole of November is preparation for the start of the most powerful financial years in decades.

CareerCancer November 2020 Career Horoscope

The most important aspect of this new month is that this is not October, the month that was always going to be the toughest of this professional year. Everything about last month was tough for Mars, who is making his longest visit to your career sector in 32 years, thanks to a retrograde turn in September that will keep him here until January. Just being in retrograde motion is an uncomfortable state for a planet that likes to be active, getting things done and making things happen. However, October was not only Mars’ only full month in retrograde motion but he spent much of the month under pressure.

That pressure is now behind you and Mars was already retrograding back into calmer waters by the end of last month, which is giving you a chance to pull back, taking your ships into dry dock for repairs and reprovisioning before heading out to see again. A combination of Mars’ direct turn on 14th November and the Sun’s return to your work sector on 22nd November will take this professional year out of hibernation and begin what could be a rapid acceleration. Especially as the Sun will do more than just turn the solar spotlight onto your work situation, job matters and options.

For the first time in 32 years, the Sun will not only return to find Mars in your career sector but for the first time in 17 years the South Node in your work sector. It is the latter that will create a total solar eclipse next month, which in Mars’ last full month in your career sector will see the final weeks of this professional year explode with potential. October was a month for being held back, forced to regroup and while November is the turnaround month, December is when everything will come together. While you can, make the most of the slower pace during the first two weeks of the month for this won’t last.

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Anne Macnaughtan

Anne has worked as a professional Astrologer, writing Horoscope Content for the media, public and private clients since 1997 and currently provides Horoscope Content to companies in New Zealand, Australia, USA, Canada, the United Kingdom and around the world.