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Because the Sun will always spend the last 10 days and the first three weeks of every year in your income sector, the solar spotlight is always on your income situation, matters and options as you move into the New Year. While Mars won’t visit your income sector in 2023, every planet that will spend time here this year are all here from day one and while they won’t stay here, this gets this new financial year off to an empowered and potentially lucrative start. The first to leave will be Venus, with the planet of money leaving on 3rd January and then unlike the Sun and Mercury, who will both return in December, then not returning until 2024. This makes it important to listen to your heart and to focus more on wishful thinking as you move into the new financial year with the Sun, Mercury and Pluto staying to help with the when, where and how.
While the Sun and Mercury are only passing through, starting the year with Pluto, the planet of change and revolution here has been the norm since his return in 2008 and after they leave, he will keep the wheels turning. The Sun will leave on 20th January, but Mercury will stay on and that will prove to be a major advantage. Mercury returned in early December 2022 for what is normally a two week chance to use his smart head for money to get your head in the game and to think on your feet but instead, a retrograde turn will keep him here until 11th February. Mercury is still in retrograde motion as you move into this new financial year and until turning direct on 19th January brings a chance to spend time back at the drawing board. What makes Mercury’s extended stay significant is on 24th March Pluto will leave, leaving your income sector empty for the first time in over 14 years.
That won’t be the case for long, with Pluto retrograding back in on 11th June but this is the beginning of the end of his time here, leaving again in January before returning later next year, then not returning again in our lifetime. What makes the timing of Pluto’s return on 11th June significant is that he will retrograde back in to ensure no stones have been left unturned just weeks after Jupiter will return to your work sector on 17th May to begin your biggest year for job growth and expansion in over a decade. Meanwhile, the other side of the financial fence will get a much needed boost when Mars returns for his first visit to your financial sector in two years on 26th March. This is early in the year for planetary activity on this side of the financial fence, where the focus is more on what you do with and how you manage the money you have but the timing couldn’t be better. Mars is here until 21st May and Venus from 8th May to 6th June, with the planets of money and passion able to operate during the only time this year or in the last 14 years when there is no planetary activity on the income side of the financial fence. It is in June and July that the Sun and Mercury will focus more on financial housekeeping.
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