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While it is not usually until the second half of the year that you will see any planetary activity on the romantic or relationship fronts, on both fronts, there is more than enough to keep the love and relationship gods busy in the first half of the year. There is no planetary activity in your relationship sector until Venus returns on 23rd September, but as last year’s visit only ended on 30th December 2023 and with a Full Moon here on 24th April, this and the Moon’s monthly visits will be enough to keep you on track and connected. It is on the romantic front that you have an unexpected secret weapon and something that will maintain an unbroken thread between the planetary here last year and again this year.
That secret weapon is the asteroid Juno, who in October 2023 returned to your romantic sector just a week after that after being held back by a retrograde phase Venus made a belated return. As Venus is the planet of love and Juno is the queen of commitment, this brought the resolve to make up for lost time. However, while Venus left a month later Juno didn’t and as you move into 2024, she is not only still here but a retrograde turn on 13th January will not only keep her here until 10th August, but she will still be here when Venus and the rest of the annual planets return. With Mercury turning on 26th July and Venus on 5th August, they will take over from Juno’s long watch over romantic matters.
Mercury will normally spend 14 to 15 days here giving your heart a voice and putting heart and mind on the same page, but his own retrograde turn means that while he will return to your romantic sector on 26th July he won’t leave until 26th September, when continuous planetary activity on the romantic front since the middle of 2023 finally runs its course. By then things will be moving on the relationship front, with Venus kicking off all planetary activity in your relationship sector for the year on 23rd September. Once again Juno will prove to be a stayer, for while the Sun’s departure on 22nd November should end all planetary activity on the relationship front, with Juno here from 3rd November 2024 to 20th February 2025, she will keep the momentum and a sense of commitment going.
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