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The one thing that you can count on is that this won’t be a repeat of 2023, though without losing any of the gains made in 2022 and especially professionally. You will not only start the year with Mars still in your career sector, with his longest visit in eight decades not ending until 26th March but Saturn is still wrapping up a nearly three year visit to your work sector and won’t leave until 8th March. Venus’ return to your work sector on 3rd January will bring the support needed to make Saturn’s final weeks count, with a chance to benefit from the hard work that the hard taskmaster of the cosmos will have required of you. However, once the Sun moves through and Mercury leaves on 3rd March, Saturn’s departure five days later will end all planetary activity on the job front for the first time since 2020, with Mars leaving your career sector just a few weeks later.
However, Mars will not only have created more than enough momentum by then your work sector won’t be empty for long, with Pluto returning on 24th March for the first time in our lifetime. The planet of change and revolution isn’t here for long and will retrograde back out on 11th June, but this is a chance to shake things up after Saturn’s rigid discipline and prepare for his return next year, where he will stay until 2044. This will see Pluto leave a fun, playful, romantic and creatively charged part of your chart, where he has been since 2008 and then retrograde back in on 11th June to spend the rest of the year here. As if knowing that once he returns to your work sector for good next year he will spend the next 20 years there, Pluto is first making sure that life doesn’t become all work and no play.
Fortunately, that is unlikely to happen for while Jupiter will start the year in your financial sector, with your biggest year for financial growth and expansion in over a decade still having nearly five months to run, when the planet of luck and expansion leaves on 17th May he will return to your sector of adventure, travel, learning and discovery, where he will spend the next 12 months. This makes this an empowering year financially, a significant year professionally but where life will also become more adventurous. This is also a significant year on the relationship front, for when Saturn leaves your work sector on 8th March he will return to your relationship sector, where he will spend the next three years alongside dreamy Neptune.
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