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A lot of planets are either on the move this month or they have been on the move in the final 10 days of March, changing the dynamics of the year. The Sun, Mercury and Venus will normally start the month in one area of your chart and end it in another but this month Mercury will make two moves and you have just had two major moves in the final 10 days of March. Those moves were Mars’ departure from your financial sector and return to your sector of adventure, travel, learning and discovery on 31st March, just nine days after Saturn made the same move. This is part of a bigger shift that is broadening your life.
That shift is not just towards life’s more adventurous aspects but towards matters of the heart and all things fun, playful, romantic and creative. This is partly because you have Juno in a playful part of your chart and a Full Moon there on 8th April. However, this is being largely led by Venus, the planet of love’s return to Gemini on 4th April, for what should be a 24 day visit. Venus will spend her early days at a friendly aspect to Saturn in an adventurous part of your chart, before going on to form a friendly aspect to both the Full Moon and Juno in a playful part.
Instead of moving through, Venus will stay in Gemini until August, with Saturn in an adventurous part of your chart until July and Juno in a playful part until September. Although the Sun will spend the first three weeks of April in your career sector and Mercury is there from 11th April to 28th April, the message from the stars this month and moving forward is that life can no longer be all work and no play. Fortunately, you don’t have to choose, with no reason why you can’t have it all. In the meantime, things should stabilise financially, with the swings or volatility of the past behind you.
Gemini April 2020 Love Horoscope
Juno might be a small player and as an asteroid, she might not be able to compete with the big boys but she finds herself in the right place at the right time this month. Juno, queen of commitment returned to your romantic sector in November for what should have been a two month visit aimed at giving your heart a sense of conviction and to encourage a sense of determination when it comes to matters of the heart. Juno should have left in January but instead turned retrograde and is now here until September. For Juno, nothing changes this month other than being in the right place at the right time, in terms of the company she is keeping and the support she is getting.
It began with Saturn’s return to an adventurous part of your chart last month and while this will have no direct impact this has the spirit of adventure more legitimacy. It is a different story for Mars’ whose return in the final hours of March is not only fuelling a passion for adventure but a friendly aspect to Juno will bring the spirit of romance, passion and adventure together. Yet as exciting as this is for matters of the heart it is that fact that they are here when Venus, the planet of love returns to Gemini that is the game changer.
Juno should be long gone but instead is here as Venus returns for what should be a 24 day visit that gives you the full attention of the planet of love. Yet from 4th April, when Venus is in her first full day in Gemini while there will be a lot of nostalgia, romance, passion and adventure in the air there will be little urgency. Where Juno is already in a retrograde phase that will keep her in your romantic sector until September, Venus will turn retrograde in Gemini next month, keeping her here until August. What should be an exciting few weeks where the spirit of nostalgia, romance, passion and adventure come together, is instead the start of an exciting few months.
Gemini April 2020 Money Horoscope
Things took a dramatic turn on the financial front late last month, with Saturn’s departure from your financial sector on 22nd March putting a financial boot camp that began in 2017 on hold. Saturn will return in July, retrograding back in with an opportunity to tie up loose ends but for now he is gone and so too are his restrictions and demands. Yet having had Saturn here for over two years has taught you a lot, especially about fiscal responsibility. Meanwhile, it was Mars’ departure in the final hours of March that has also left you with your financial passions and fighting spirit fuelled.
This leaves behind Jupiter, the planet of luck and expansion and Pluto, the planet of change and revolution and they are spending the first six days of the month aligned, forming a united front. With Saturn’s hard lessons banked and Mars’ enthusiasm to draw on, the planets of luck and change can draw on both to focus on financial growth and a chance to change things up. While this is freeing things up financially while eliminating the hype, with Pluto turning retrograde on 26th April and Jupiter next month, they are both slowing down.
This is creating a month where money matters are likely to flow more smoothly, where the highs and lows are gone and there is a chance for a steady middle ground approach but also where there should be more confidence. Saturn doesn’t create challenges but he uses them to help you learn so doesn’t try and avoid them. With Saturn gone you can take a break from learning new lessons and instead put lessons learned in the past into practice. For the first time since Jupiter’s return in December, this is all about him and his focus on growth.
Gemini April 2020 Career Horoscope
This is a month of three parts professionally and all of them are cause for confidence. The first part ends on 11th April with Mercury’s departure, bringing to an end the more detailed focus that the faster moving planets put on career matters each year, as they work to put your professional year on the right path. It began with Venus’ return in January, with a chance to get in first to focus on the ‘what’ as she worked to give your heart a voice. It was in early February and just before Venus left that Mercury returned for what should have been a 14 to 15 day chance to get your head in the game. This is when the focus shifted to the ‘when, where and how’.
However, here we are two months later and even the Sun has been and gone but Mercury is still here. Held back by a retrograde phase that saw him retrograde back out of your career sector last month, only to return 12 days later, Mercury is still helping you to focus on the ‘when, where and how’, as you finalise your professional game plan and resolutions for the coming year. That part ends on 11th April and this is when Neptune, the planet of dreams goes back to being the only planet here and once again it becomes more about the journey.
However, unlike other years Neptune won’t spend the rest of the year on his own. The second part of this three part month runs from Mercury’s departure on 11th April to the dwarf planet Ceres’ return on 24th. During these 13 days, there is a chance to step back, focus on the big picture and let things play out. Ceres’ return is the chance you get once every four years for a deeper dive into your professional needs and priorities, with a chance to redefine your definition of professional success. This is preparation for Mars’ return next month and a second wave of opportunities and activity on the career front, from mid May to the end of June.