Pisces ♓ November 2020 Horoscope: Love, Money & Career


For you, the best thing about November is not just that this is a month that has a bit of everything but the one thing missing is the tension and pressure last month and especially the financial tension. It was the Sun’s departure from your financial sector on 23rd October that took the pressure off Mars in your income sector. However, while this was their first clash here in 32 years this wasn’t the only pressure they were both under, creating some tension on both sides of the financial fence. This makes the turnaround on both fronts this month not only exciting but a chance to start enjoying the benefits.

While Mercury has retrograded back into your financial sector he won’t retrograde back far enough to clash with Mars and while Venus, who returned late last month will, that will a different experience. As the planet of money, Venus’ clash with Mars on 10th March is more likely to trigger opportunities. If this does fire up Mars’ warrior spirit, just days before his direct turn on 14th November this will be a case of the planet of money waving the right red flag in front of the right bull, at the right time. Mars will be back in direct motion and income matters will be moving forward by the time the Sun returns to your career sector on 22nd November, beginning a partnership that will take you through to the end of this financial year.

Meanwhile, there is a strong sense of adventure in the air as is normally the case that this time of year. The Sun will always spend the first three weeks of November in your sector of adventure, travel, learning and discovery but his departure and return to your career sector on 22nd November can put an end to this. Fortunately Mercury, who retrograded back out late last month will return on 11th November and held back by a retrograde phase earlier in the year Venus will finally return on 22nd November, the same day that the Sun leaves. This will keep a sense of wanderlust, curiosity and adventure alive until just before Christmas.

LovePisces November 2020 Love Horoscope

Venus’ departure from your relationship sector late last month not only ended all planetary activity on the relationship front but on the romantic front as well. To move into November with no planetary activity on either front is the norm but what is not, is how far into the year Venus has taken both. Venus only left your romantic sector in September and your relationship sector in the closing days of October, in both cases at the latest point in the year possible for her. This was a result of a retrograde turn earlier in the year that has put the planet of love behind schedule, something that you can benefit from as you move into the final two months of the year.

This makes the Moon’s monthly visits to each especially important, with a chance to check in with the recent activity on each front. You will get that opportunity when the Moon moves through your romantic sector from 5th November to 7th November. While it has been two months since Venus left by then, as the planet of love was the last planet to move through these romantically charged lunar vibes will help you revisit her romantic influence and the desires, expectations and intentions she left you with. As the Moon’s only visit this month, it is important to make time for the spirit of romance, especially from 5th November to 7th November.

The Moon’s visit to your relationship sector from 10th November to 12th November will also be important and especially as this is the first visit since Venus left late last month. The Moon will return 13 days after Venus left and a chance to become more emotionally engaged is also a chance to revisit some of the desires, expectations and intentions that the planet of love left you with. As the last planet to move through your relationship sector this year Venus was able to give your heart the last word and this is what the Moon will give you a chance to revisit as it moves through.

MoneyPisces November 2020 Money Horoscope

Both sides of the financial fence are a lot more active than they would normally be at this time of year and in both cases this is because of retrograding planets, either currently or in the past. Held back by a retrograde phase earlier in the year Venus, the planet of money was late to return to your financial sector this year and by the time she returned late last month the Sun had been and gone. Meanwhile, it was Mercury’s retrograde turn last month that saw him retrograde back into your financial sector on the same day that Venus returned, a month after he left. Until he turns direct on 4th November, Mercury is using his smart head for money to look back on the past.

Venus on the other hand is looking to the future as she works to fuel your financial confidence, update your wish list and attract positive outcomes. Mercury will leave again on 11th November but this time he can help you work on your financial game plan and resolutions while Venus will continue to work on your financial wish list until she leaves on 22nd November. This allows Venus to focus on the ‘what’ and Mercury to focus on the ‘when, where and how’. Meanwhile, on the other side of the financial fence, you are also experiencing the implications from a retrograde phase.

It was in June that Mars, warrior planet of the cosmos returned for what should have been a six week visit to your income sector, with a chance to fight for what you deserve. However, for the first time in 32 years, Mars turned retrograde in September, something that will keep him here for the rest of the year. Not turning direct until 14th November, Mars will also begin the month in retrograde motion with both sides of the financial fence benefiting from the doors open to the past, second chances and untapped income potential. It is once Mars turns direct that he will work to move income matters forward but it is on 22nd November that the real surge begins.

CareerPisces November 2020 Career Horoscope

While it is business as usual on the professional front during the first three weeks of the month, this is still a good place to be. You have had the South Node in your career sector since May and as well as providing constant access to the rear view mirror, untapped professional potential and to everything already invested it has provided support for Mars in your income sector. Even if nothing changed, as conditions improve on the income front and support between Mars and the South Node begins to deepen, this would still be a good month on the income and career fronts.

However, things were always going to change and that is because the Sun’s return to your career sector on 22nd November is something that happens at this time each year. The Sun will always spend the last eight days of November and the first three weeks of December in your career sector, shining the solar spotlight on your career and professional situation, matters and options. The difference this time is that for the first time in 17 years the Sun will return to find the South Node here and this is what will create a total solar eclipse next month, with the potential for major new beginnings.

Eclipses are said to be wildcards, bringing unexpected developments or shifts that we don’t see coming. However, the reality is that if we were paying attention we could see that the South Node has been guiding you towards this since it returned, with the solar spotlight making this even more obvious. The time to pay attention is when the Moon moves through your career sector from 16th November to 18th November. While the Moon will always fuel your professional instincts and imagination and align with the South Node as it moves through, as the last visit before next month’s solar eclipse it will be working to leave you with the clues and insights needed to line up for what lies ahead.

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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.