Capricorn ♑ June 2020 Horoscope: Love, Money & Career


While there is a general slowing down with no fewer than five planets in retrograde motion at one point this month and a number of planets moving into positions they will retain for months, fortunately where they are coming home to roost will work to your advantage. Venus begins the month still in retrograde motion in your work sector until turning direct on 25th June she is helping you to capitalise Saturn’s first, last and only full month in retrograde motion in income sector. With the Sun in your work sector until 21st June and Juno spending her first full month in direct motion in your career sector, there is still a strong partnership between planets across the income, work and career fronts.

Meanwhile, at the same time that Jupiter is spending his first full month in retrograde motion in Capricorn, Saturn’s retrograde turn last month means he is on his way back and will return on 2nd July. While you begin the month with three planets in retrograde motion but you have Venus turning direct on 25th June you will still end the month with four planets in retrograde motion. That is because Mercury, the planet of communication will turn retrograde in your relationship sector on 18th June and Neptune in your communication sector on 23rd June. To have the last two in retrograde motion at the same time is especially good news for your relationships, with both working to give the past and unsaid words a voice.

Yet at the same time, the Sun and Moon will not only both return to your relationship sector on 21st June but will align to create a solar eclipse, which will already create an opportunity for new beginnings. This time with the doors also open to the past and second chances. While Mercury and Neptune’s retrograde turns five days apart will bring a chance to give your relationships, the past and unsaid words a voice, with the planet of communication in your relationship sector since late last month and Mars in your communication sector until 28th June, you are able to work on this all month.

LoveCapricorn June 2020 Love Horoscope

After the North Node left your relationship sector early last month and its partner the South Node left Capricorn, this had seen personal and/or relationship tension drop. For 18 months, the lunar nodes have policed a balance between your personal and relationship needs, something that the Moon put to the test every 14 days, taking turns to do this from your personal and relationship perspective. Their departure brought this to an end while leaving you with a better sense of what you want from your relationships and what they need from you. Since then the planets in Capricorn have enjoyed a reprieve and while there is new activity on the relationship front, this will continue.

When Mercury, the planet of communication returned to your relationship sector late last month he became the first planet to return this year and normally here for just 14 to 15 days, after the challenges of the past his return to give your relationships a voice was always going to be welcome. However, Mercury’s retrograde turn on 18th June will have three implications, all of them positive. The first is that by turning retrograde this will allow Mercury to focus on giving the past and unsaid words a voice and after the 18 months the lunar nodes have just spent here, there will be a lot for him to work with.

The second implication is that instead of moving through in 14 to 15 days Mercury is here until August, giving you more time to work with the planet of communication. The third implication is that Mercury will turn retrograde before he can clash with the planets in Capricorn, avoiding a repeat of the challenges of the past. While the Sun will return on 21st June, he won’t clash with planets in Capricorn until next month either, while a solar eclipse on 21st June will offer an opportunity for a fresh start and new beginnings. With Mercury in retrograde motion, this comes when the doors will also be open to the past and second chances.

MoneyCapricorn June 2020 Money Horoscope

When Saturn was last in your income sector from 1991 to 1994 it was for the full three years and when he returns in December, it will once again be for three years, not leaving until 2023. For now, Saturn’s short visit is more a practice run or a chance to hold onto what Mars began. Saturn returned to your income sector in March, for the first time in 26 years and with it the power to move mountains if you have to. Mars’ return a few days later allowed the warrior planet of the cosmos to fire up your warrior spirit, with a chance to fight for what you deserve. However, two weeks into May Mars was gone and Saturn was in retrograde motion, retracing his steps.

Saturn was only in your income sector for seven weeks when he turned retrograde and it will take him seven weeks and three days to retrograde back out again, which he will do on 2nd July. Saturn’s first, last and only full month in retrograde motion in your income sector is a chance to retrace your steps, learning what you can by looking back but also identifying where there is still work to be done. For when Saturn returns in December he won’t be alone bringing Jupiter, the planet of luck and expansion with him. 2021 has the potential to be one of the most lucrative years in decades, with Saturn helping you to lay down the foundations now.

With Venus, the planet of money in retrograde motion in your work sector until 25th June, while Saturn is taking a serious approach to retracing his steps, Venus is on the lookout for untapped income and job potential. With the Sun in your work sector until 21st June and Juno spending her first full month in direct motion in your career sector, if there is untapped income potential to be gained there is every chance you will find it. The Moon’s visit from 9th June to 11th June could be especially lucrative, especially as it will form a friendly aspect to planets across the income, work and career fronts as it moves through.

CareerCapricorn June 2020 Career Horoscope

The focus is always on your work situation and job matters at this time of year, due to the fact that the Sun will always spend the first three weeks of June in your work sector. Yet this year we have a mix of the ordinary and the extraordinary, making this both the ordinary update that work and job matters get at this time every year but with some extraordinary add ons. The ordinary is to have the Sun in your work sector until 21st June and while Mercury left at the end of last month and you begin the month with Venus here, this is what you would expect at this time of year.

However, for the first time in 17 years, the North Node is spending its first full month in your work sector, creating a sense of direction but also drawing you towards future job potential. A series of eclipses over the next two years will open major new doors. In addition, while Venus will often move through your work sector at the same time as the Sun, she has turned retrograde here for the first here since 2012. Venus returned in early April for what should have been a 24 day mission to fuel your job confidence, attract opportunities and steer things in a lucrative direction but while she will turn direct on 25th June, she won’t leave until August.

Also extraordinary is that for the first time in 27 years you have Saturn in your income sector as the Sun and faster planets move through your work sector, while you also have the asteroid Juno in your career sector. Until Juno turned retrograde at the end of last month there was a two week period when the doors were open to the past, second chances and untapped potential across the income, work and career fronts at the same time. The Moon’s visit to your work sector from 19th June to 21st June will put it here as the Sun leaves but during Venus’ final days in retrograde motion here.

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Anne Macnaughtan

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