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Jupiter and Saturn’s return to a nostalgic and reflective part of your chart before Christmas was far more significant than just a shift in focus. This has brought you to a major turning point and also a unique one, not experienced in six decades. Every planet will eventually return to this area of your chart and when they do it is to bring their current cycle to an end. You experience this every year when the Sun returns to begin the month long wind down of your old solar year, something that will begin on 20th January. A solar year or cycle takes 12 months to complete but a Saturn cycle takes three decades and a Jupiter cycle 12 years.
To reach the final stage of either your current Jupiter or Saturn cycle brings you to a major turning point but to reach both at the same time is rare, having last happened six decades ago. Saturn won’t return to Pisces to begin a new three decade long Saturn cycle until 2023 but Jupiter will return in May, racing through in just five months. This is an extraordinarily short time, for Jupiter will normally spend 12 months here. This means that while you have begun closing old doors, it won’t be that long before new doors open, over and above the start of your birthday month and new solar year next month.
Meanwhile, while this is a time for reflection life will go on and the month gets off to an exceptionally good start across the income, work and career fronts. It is the Moon that will bring things together but with Mars leaving your income sector on 7th January and Venus leaving your career sector on 9th January the timing is perfect. The Moon will come full circle to create a Full Moon in your career sector on 29th January, with the month ending under positive conditions across the income, work and career fronts as well.
Pisces January 2021 Love Horoscope
While the Moon will leave your romantic sector just as we move into the New Year this will have an imprint on the early days of the year if not longer. For the Moon’s return to your romantic sector late last month was not an ordinary visit and instead was both the last Full Moon of 2020 and the last here until 2022. There will be no Full Moon in your romantic sector in 2021 but with its influence still in effect on New Year’s Day, this is something that can be seized from the get go. The Moon will come full circle from 26th January to 28th January and this will be the first full visit of 2021, with a chance to embrace the same romantically charged lunar vibes that you can catch the tail of on New Year’s Day.
At the same time that there is no planetary activity on the romantic front there is none on the relationship front either and the Moon’s monthly visits there are equally important. The Moon will make its first visit to your relationship sector for the year from 3rd January to 5th January, returning during Uranus’ final days in retrograde motion in your communication sector. This can fuel some strong emotional responses and in the early days of the year, this will come with a chance to give your relationships, the past and unsaid words a voice.
By the time the Moon comes full circle and returns to your relationship sector on 30th January Uranus will not only be in direct motion but Mars, the warrior planet of the cosmos will be in your communication sector as well. The Moon will also return to find Venus, the planet of love in your friendship sector and this second visit will come with a lot more communication support and support for friendship and relationship building. Because there is no ongoing planetary activity on the romantic and relationship fronts, the Moon is playing a vital role in keeping you connected in the early months of 2021.
Pisces January 2021 Money Horoscope
To start the year with Mars still in your income sector is both extraordinary and timely. Mars returned in June for what should have been a six week visit and for what is normally a smash and grab affair, where, as the warrior planet of the cosmos he can encourage you to fight for what you deserve and then move on. Mars should have left in August but instead, by then he was slowing down for a retrograde phase between September and November that kept him here for the whole second half of 2020. This meant that instead of waging whatever battles he could in the time available, Mars was able to declare all out war on glass ceilings and roadblocks, whether real or imagined.
Mars will finally leave on 7th January but not before allowing you to begin the year fighting for what you deserve and with a huge amount of motivation and momentum. What makes Mars’ late departure so timely is that held back by her own retrograde phase earlier last year Venus, the planet of money was late returning to your career sector and didn’t return until just before Christmas. This means that you not only begin 2021 with Mars in your income sector but with Venus in your career sector and still on a mission to fuel your professional confidence, attract opportunities and steer things in a lucrative direction.
Venus and Mars won’t form and exact friendly aspect until just after Venus leaves your career sector on 9th January, two days after Mars leaves your income sector on 7th January. However, they will be so close by then that they will spend the first week of 2021 fuelling up your confidence, motivation and momentum in a way that will give income and career matters some serious traction. Venus has the ability to steer this professional year in a lucrative direction from the get go and Mars to ensure your financial year gets off to a lucrative and empowered start. The Moon will move through your income sector from 18th January to 21st January, after Venus and Mars have gone but with a chance to act as a trigger for the untapped income potential generated.
Pisces January 2021 Career Horoscope
While this isn’t a big or a game changing month on either side of the professional fence this is a month that is quietly and confidently getting the year off to a good start across the income, work and career fronts. Venus and Mars both turned retrograde in 2020 and as well as keeping them in an area of your chart much longer than would normally be the case it means that they have been held back and this is having a positive impact now. It was a retrograde phase earlier last year that put Venus on hold and while the Sun continued to move forward, she has yet to catch up. That means that while the Sun left your career sector last month, Venus only returned a few days before he left and is still there.
This means that you will begin 2021 with Venus still in your career sector and until leaving on 9th January she will continue to work to fuel your professional confidence, attract opportunities and steer things in a lucrative direction. Meanwhile, while Mars returned to your income sector in June for what should have been a six week visit, a two month retrograde phase has kept him here and he will continue to wage war against glass ceilings and roadblocks, whether real or imagined until leaving on 7th January.
What gets the month off to such a good start across the income, work and career fronts is that the Moon will not only return to your career sector on New Year’s Day but will form a friendly aspect to Venus and Mars before leaving on 3rd January. While Venus and Mars will leave just days later, they both leave behind forces that will continue what they began, including the dwarf planet Eris in your income sector and the asteroid Juno in your work sector. They will be there when the Moon returns to your career sector on 28th January. It is there that the first Full Moon of 2021 will fall on 29th January, bringing forces across the income, work and career fronts together in the early and final days of the month.