Gemini ♊ June 2020 Horoscope: Love, Money & Career

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Whether you are a May or a June born Gemini, the greater part of your birthday month will always fall in June and until the Sun leaves on 21st June, this is the launch pad for your new solar year. With Mercury, your ruling planet having left late last month you have already had a chance to get your head in the game, ideas on the table and the communication lines open. While Venus returned to give your heart a voice and to update your wish list for the coming year in early April, instead of spending just 24 days in Gemini, a retrograde turn last month means that she is not only still here but won’t leave until August.

Venus will spend the whole of your birthday month in retrograde motion, looking back, holding the doors open to the past and second chances and making sure there are no missed opportunities while the Sun continues to look to the future, giving you the best of both worlds. Venus is not the only planet in retrograde motion this month, with Jupiter in his first full month in retrograde motion in your financial sector, Saturn in an adventurous part of your chart and Mercury turning retrograde in your income sector on 18th June. With the Sun not only returning to your income sector on 21st June but with a solar eclipse in his early hours here, this opens the doors to both new and untapped income potential.

The timing couldn’t be better because the key to fully exploiting income potential is having the right professional conditions and with Mars in your career sector until 28th June you do. Meanwhile, the solar eclipse in your income sector on 21st June is not the only eclipse this month, with a lunar eclipse in your relationship sector on 6th June. This is a direct result of the South Node’s return to your relationship sector last month and its focus on reconnecting and it comes while Venus, planet of love is still in retrograde motion in Gemini.

LoveGemini June 2020 Love Horoscope

For the second month in a row, you will not only begin the month with Venus, the planet of love in Gemini but she will end the month here as well. That is extraordinary when you consider that Venus returned in early April for what should have been a 24 day visit. Instead, a retrograde turn last month will keep the planet of love here until August and until turning direct on 25th June, she will hold the doors open to the past and second chances. Venus turned retrograde 14 days before Juno turned direct in your romantic sector last month, creating a two week period where they were both holding the doors open to the past and second chances. Juno is now in direct motion, giving you the best of both worlds.

It was just two days before Venus turned retrograde that Saturn turned retrograde in an adventurous part of your chart and having already formed a bond when she first returned in April, this has created a potent mix of romance, adventure and nostalgia. While Saturn will spend the whole month in retrograde motion before retrograding back out early next month, Venus’ direct turn on 25th June will give her a chance to start looking to the future. While having the planet of love Gemini is a blessing for both romantic and relationship matters, this is also giving you more time to update your romantic and relationship desires and expectations for the coming year.

This makes the Moon’s monthly visit to both your romantic and relationship sectors a lot more important. The month begins with the Moon in your romantic sector and with Venus still in retrograde motion this will amplify a sense of romantic nostalgia. By the time the Moon comes full circle from 28th June to 30th June Venus will be back in direct motion and there will be a chance to look to the future. Meanwhile, the Moon’s return to your relationship sector from 5th June to 6th June will have quite an impact, thanks to the lunar eclipse this will create on 6th June. This could create unexpected developments or reactions.

MoneyGemini June 2020 Money Horoscope

While the Sun will never begin June in your income sector it will always end the month here, with its return on 21st June always turning the solar spotlight onto your income situation, matters and options at this time each year. However, this time you have a head start and it is the kind that doesn’t come with the complications of the past. It was early last month that the lunar nodes left your two money houses, where they had been policing a balance between money coming in and money going out for 18 months. This means that no planet and even the Moon could not move through your income sector without creating financial tension as the two clashed.

The lunar nodes’ departure early last month left you with no planetary activity in your income sector but with Pluto and Jupiter in your financial sector, where the focus is more on what you do with and how you manage the money you have. With Jupiter in his first full month in retrograde motion and Pluto having turned retrograde in April when it comes to money matters as a whole, there is a chance to return to the drawing board this month, leaving room for income potential to have its turn.

While Mercury returned to your income sector late last month and will spend the whole month here and this should put him in opposition to Jupiter and Pluto in your financial sector, he will turn retrograde before that can happen. This means that you won’t have a repeat of the clash that having the lunar nodes here created or at least not until later next month and then just briefly. Mercury’s retrograde turn on 18th June will be a chance to retrace your steps, turning the focus onto untapped income potential. This comes just three days before the Sun and Moon not only return but to create a solar eclipse on 21st June that creates the potential for new income developments and opportunities.

CareerGemini June 2020 Career Horoscope

When you have a planet like Neptune that is in your career sector from 2012 to 2026 things will never go completely off the boil, but every year has its normal pattern and this month you have a mix of the expected and the unexpected. The expected is that the Sun, Mercury and Venus will have all been and gone, with the faster planets always moving through around February and March each year. This year Venus returned in January and Mercury didn’t leave until early April, but all this did was extend the beginning and end of what are normally the most active months of any year on the career front a few weeks either side. This was still part of the normal pattern.

Also to be expected is that as you move into June, Neptune is slowing down, with the planet of dreams always turning retrograde this month and then spending the majority of the second half of the year retracing his steps. What is not expected is to find that Neptune is not on his own and that you will move into June with three planets here, planets that are not part of the normal planetary activity on the career front each year. The first planet to join Neptune was the dwarf planet Ceres, who returned to your career sector in April to update your professional needs and priorities, for the first time since 2017.

That in itself wouldn’t have been a game changer, other than a chance to work with Neptune to update your professional dreams. The game changer was Mars’ return last month and until he leaves on 28th June he will be working to turn Neptune’s dreams into reality, while using Ceres’ deeper read on your professional needs and priorities to better define what it is you are fighting for. This coincides with the first planetary activity on the income front for the year and the wide variety of options there. With Mercury turning retrograde in your income sector on 18th June and a solar eclipse on 21st June, there will be an abundance of new and untapped income potential during Mars’ final 10 days in your career sector.

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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.