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The solar spotlight is always on your income situation, matters and options at this time of year, due to the fact that the Sun will always spend the first three weeks of July in your income sector. At the same time, since his return to your career sector in 2012 Neptune has and will until he leaves in 2026, spend from June to November of each year in retrograde motion. This always means that as the doors open to new income potential in July they will also be opening to the past, second chances and untapped job potential. This year this is even more pronounced, with Mercury in retrograde motion in your income sector until 12th July.
While Neptune has just turned retrograde and the dwarf planet Ceres, making her first visit to your career sector since 2017 will also turn retrograde on 7th July, Mars only left on 28th June so there is also a lot of forward professional momentum. Together this suggests that July will not only be a good month for income and career matters but with a mix of both new opportunities and second chances or a chance to benefit or profit from the past. However, this doesn’t mean that life needs or will be all work and no play. Now in both her first full month in direct motion and her last full month in Gemini Venus, the planet of love will be working to make it count.
While Venus will lose the support of Saturn, when he retrogrades back out of an adventurous part of your chart on 2nd July she not only has the support of Juno in a playful part but they will move into a friendly aspect again midmonth. This will be the third time that they have come together but the first time while both are in direct motion and looking to the future. As always, the Sun will end the month in your communication sector, with his return on 22nd July a turnaround for your relationships. It was in the Sun’s final hours in Gemini that it clashed with the South Node in your relationship sector but a month later they are on the same page, able to give your relationships a voice.
Gemini July 2020 Love Horoscope
It has been three months since Venus, the planet of love returned to Gemini in early April for what should have been a 24 day visit, designed to update your romantic and relationship desires and expectations for the coming year. However, a six week retrograde phase that began before your birthday month began and extended for several days after it ended, Venus is still here and won’t leave until early next month. However, Venus is in her last full month and looking to the future is determined to finish what she came here to achieve. It was Venus’ retrograde phase and a nostalgic trip down love’s memory lane that has left you with a better sense of what you want from the future.
When Venus returned in April the asteroid Juno was already in retrograde motion in your romantic sector and this created even more romantic nostalgia when the planet of love turned retrograde. It was Juno’s direct turn 14 days into Venus’ retrograde phase that allowed your heart to start looking to the future while old doors were still open. With Juno not leaving until September, she will remain here to support Venus in her last full month in Gemini. It was while Venus was in retrograde motion that the South Node returned to your relationship sector, with a lunar eclipse last month already redefining your relationship needs.
Together this is making Venus’ job of updating your romantic and relationship desires and expectations for the coming year a lot easier, with the Moon providing the extra edge this month. The Moon will make its last visit to your romantic sector before Venus leaves Gemini from 25th July to 27th July, with romantically charged lunar vibes able to get to the heart of your romantic desires and expectations. The Moon will make two visits to your relationship sector, the first from 2nd July to 4th July and then again from 29th July to 31st July. Each visit will leave you with a better sense of what you want from your relationships and what they need from you.
Gemini July 2020 Money Horoscope
The solar spotlight is always on your income situation, matters and options at this time of year, due to the fact that the Sun will always spend the first three weeks of July in your income sector. However, despite that and the fact that the Sun will leave on 22nd July, this is not likely to be the most lucrative month of 2020, with August stealing that claim. You are in the most lucrative months of 2020 and have been since Mercury returned to your income sector at the end of May but August was always destined to be the most potentially lucrative. This is partly because of the work that the Sun and Mercury have been able to invest by then but mainly because of Venus.
The most lucrative weeks of any year will always be when Venus, the planet of money moves through your income sector. As well as boosting your confidence and fuelling a sense of entitlement, as Venus works through the laws of attraction you are more likely to attract income opportunities and potential when she is here. Held back by a retrograde phase in Gemini Venus won’t return to your income sector until 8th August and won’t leave until 6th September, making these the most lucrative weeks of 2020. However, this doesn’t mean that there isn’t potential and opportunities now only that there will be more next month.
Mercury, who returned in late May for what should have been a 14 to 15 day chance to use his smart head for money to get your head in the game, is not only still here but is in retrograde motion until 12th July. Mercury was in retrograde motion when the Sun returned last month and during an eclipsing New Moon just hours later, which is why a second New Moon on 21st July and during the Sun’s last full day here will be a valuable chance for a do over. Mercury is not the only planet in retrograde motion, with Jupiter and Pluto in retrograde motion in your financial sector and Saturn retrograding back in on 2nd July. On both sides of the financial fence there is a chance to spend time back at the drawing board.
Gemini July 2020 Career Horoscope
There is a chance this month to move out of the fast lane and spend more time in the slow lane and the timing couldn’t be better. All the faster planetary activity on the career front will usually end when or just after the Sun leaves your career sector in March each year. This year it ended when Mercury left in early April. After a busy few months, as far as career matters were concerned it should have become more about the journey and for a while it did. However, everything changed with Mars’ return in May, with the warrior planet of the cosmos able to inject new life into this professional year.
Mars only left on 28th June, with his professional passions, fighting and competitive spirit still in your system and the battle to take your professional power back still playing out. However, with Mars gone and Neptune having turned retrograde just five days before he left, any urgency is fast dropping back. Then on 7th July the dwarf planet Ceres, making her first visit to your career sector since 2017 will also turn retrograde, completing the transition from the fast to the slow lane. Since his return to your career sector in 2012 Neptune has spent from June to November in retrograde motion so this slower pace is the norm, with Mars’ faster pace over the last two months the anomaly.
With no planetary activity in your work sector until September and both planets in your career sector in retrograde motion, this professional year moves into a slower but more settled phase. This is a chance to let what Mars triggered play out and also to retrace your steps. The Moon will begin the month in your work sector, giving you an intuitive read on work and job matters from the get go. After leaving on 2nd July the Moon will come full circle from 27th July to 29th July. The Moon will make just one visit to your career sector this month, sharpening your professional instincts and giving you a feel for the changed conditions from 9th July to 11th July.