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While June is an important month in many areas and aspects of your life, it isn’t usually as significant personally as it is this year. That is because Mars returned to Pisces last month and not leaving until 28th June he will spend the first four weeks of the month here. Mars is the planet of passion and the warrior planet of the cosmos and as well as returning last month with a fresh load of energy, enthusiasm and motivation and to fuel your passions, drive and competitive spirit, this brings you to the start of a new Mars cycle. This is when you get to begin new quests, embark on new projects and throw yourself into the things that excite you.
Even after Mars leaves Pisces on 28th June this passionate and driven planet will continue to bring exciting developments, this time with his return to your income sector. Mars will always return to your income sector after leaving Pisces and here he will normally spend around six weeks giving you the drive and determination to fight for what you deserve. While this isn’t about the money, with a drive to fight for what you deserve across all the currencies in your life, his main focus will be on the income front. Here Mars will declare war on glass ceilings and especially those in your own mind.
While that is still the case this time, the difference is that while Mars will return on 28th June he won’t leave until January 2021, spending the whole second half of the year here. With the South Node spending his first full month in your career sector in 17 years, the lunar eclipse this will create here on 6th June and new planetary activity on the job front next month, this is the start of something special across the income, work and career fronts. This will make both this financial and professional year a year of two halves with the second half holding the most potential. Meanwhile, a solar eclipse in a playful part of your chart on 21st June is just one of several factors that will guard against life becoming all work and no play.
Pisces June 2020 Love Horoscope
While the Sun will always return to your romantic sector in June, this is always three weeks into the month and is something that is often just getting started at the end of the month. This year there is a mix of the ordinary and influences that make this a deviation from the norm. The immediate difference is that for the first time since November 2018 you will move into the new month to find the North Node gone, with its departure last month ending an 18 month visit but in the process leaving your heart with a sense of direction. You also begin the month with Mercury here and this will have consequences.
Mercury can travel ahead of or behind the Sun but only so far before he is pulled back, which is why he turns retrograde three times each year. That is the case this month, with a retrograde turn on 18th June turning what should be a 14 to 15 day visit into a two month visit instead. Mercury has returned to give your heart a voice and to put heart and mind on the same page and in retrograde motion will open the doors to the past and second chances. It is just three days after Mercury turns retrograde that both the Sun and Moon will return on 21st June, not only creating a New Moon but a solar eclipse.
A solar eclipse can create the potential for major or unexpected new beginnings and it will come just three days after the doors open to the past and second chances. The Moon will also align with Mercury before it leaves on 23rd June, with these romantically charged lunar vibes able to access the past, present and future. Meanwhile, with no planetary activity in your relationship sector, the Moon’s visit from 26th June to 28th June will be a valuable chance to check in. A visit to your communication sector from 16th June to 19th June will also be a valuable chance to ensure the communication lines are open.
Pisces June 2020 Money Horoscope
It appears to be business as usual on both sides of the financial fence, with the asteroid Juno helping to maintain the right balance between money coming in and money going out. With the dwarf planet Eris in your income sector for nine decades now and not leaving for another three decades, along with Chiron in his early years here, there is a constant presence on the income front. While only an asteroid, as the queen of commitment Juno, allows you to stick to your financial resolutions and acts as a counterbalance that maintains the right balance money income in and what you do with and how you manage the money you have.
None of the players on the income or financial fronts are major players and with Juno in her first full month in direct motion in your financial sector and Eris and Chiron their last full month in retrograde motion in your income sector, all three lack any urgency. The Moon’s visit to each of your two money houses will upset the balance as it moves through but this will always happen once every two weeks. It will happen at the start of the month, with the Moon in your financial sector until 2nd June and in opposition with the planets in your income sector. It will do the same from the other side of the sky when it moves through your income sector from 14th June to 16th June and then two weeks later from the financial side of the fence.
It is these monthly visits to your two money houses that allow you to check in and put a balance between money coming in and money going out to the test. However, everything will change with Mars return to your income sector on 28th June, putting the majority of the weight on the income front and keeping it there for the rest of the year. This is the start of Mars longest and most potentially lucrative visit to your income sector in decades, with Juno powerless to maintain a balance between money coming in and money going out. This makes it important to lock those practices into place before Mars returns.
Pisces June 2020 Career Horoscope
While the South Node returned to your career sector early last months, it is nearly a month to the day since its return that the real implications will become evident. Where its partner the North Node is all about the future, the South Node is all about the past, completion and untapped potential and having returned five months after Jupiter wrapped up a 13 month visit, there is plenty of that. In addition, with the lunar nodes always in opposition and the North Node focused on home and family matters, until they leave in January 2022 the lunar nodes will also police your work/life balance.
However, another aspect connected to the lunar nodes is the eclipses they create. The lunar nodes aren’t physical objects and are instead the point in the heavens where the Earth’s orbit around the Sun is intersected by the Moon’s orbit around the Earth. Where their paths cross there is a constant gravitational pull but because the Earth and Moon cross paths here if a New or Full Moon falls close the nodes it will create an eclipse. This is what happens when the Moon returns to your work sector from 5th June to 7th June, turning an ordinary Full Moon on 6th June into a lunar eclipse.
As well as giving the Full Moon a lot more oomph, a lunar eclipse acts as a trigger for everything that the South Node has access to, creating the potential for major or unexpected professional developments. Whatever this triggers will be more than a one off event, with the South Node able to keep the momentum going. With Mars returning to your income sector on 28th June and then spending the rest of the year here and the Sun returning to your work sector next month, this will see developments across the income, work and career fronts continue to unfold, escalate and feed off each other. The Moon’s return to your work sector from 24th June to 26th June is the last before the Sun returns, with clues that can help you to start lining up in front of new doors before they open.