Jan 20 - Feb 18
Aquarius Forecast for 2018
You have reached a stunning year for professional growth and for reaching the top of the game, whatever that game is. For most, with lucky Jupiter in your career sector until the 9th November, this is a lucky and expansive professional year, but this includes any area of your life where you channel your competitive spirit and a need to achieve. What gets things off to a good start is having Mars, warrior planet of the cosmos in your career sector until the 27th January. While Jupiter will spend the majority of the year on his own and the real push to bring things home doesn’t begin until early September, Mars will work to give this professional year as much traction as possible. It will then become more about the journey. Yet throughout Jupiter’s 13 month visit to your career sector, Jupiter is experiencing a strong relationship with Neptune in your income sector. This not only creates the potential to reach the top of your game professionally but for a lucrative year as well.
There is also something important developing around Jupiter’s departure from your career sector on the 9th November. While Jupiter will move on, there will be planetary activity here through to January 2019. However, on the 7th November, just two days before Jupiter leaves, the North Node will return to your work sector. This will kick off an expansive period for job growth that will extend out to May 2020, which will piggy back off what has been invested professionally this year. This allows the professional gods to have a far greater reach, right through to 2020. That is significant, for 2020 is destined to be an especially lucrative year. Yet as busy as this year is likely to be, there is also a need to recognise when you need to spend time in the slow lane. While Pluto has been in your sector of subconscious thinking, imagination and review since 2008, the wind down of a Pluto cycle is a different category to most wind downs. For starters, this is a Pluto cycle that began during the American and French revolutions and won’t end until the planet of change and revolution returns to Aquarius in 2024. This is longer than a human lifespan, so is less a period of personal review and more a chance to revolutionise your ideas and thinking. It was a different story when Saturn returned in late 2017, bringing you to the start of a three year wind down to a Saturn cycle that began in 1991. While life will continue and you won’t need and won’t have the time to spend the year navel gazing, you will need to make time to reflect. The last three years had a lot of focus on being socially plugged in, but this year you are likely to crave more time out to hear yourself think.