From out of the blue your relationships, which had been put on the back burner after the Sun and Mercury left your relationship sector in February, are back on the front burner and this is where it will remain. In reality, things never went completely off the boil, with the dwarf planet Ceres staying on after the Sun left in order to give you a chance to reassess your relationship needs and priorities. What you didn't know at the time was that this was preparation for something much bigger than anything seen in decades. You had a sense of this when Mercury, the planet of communication retrograded back into your relationship sector last month, a month after leaving, only to leave again 12 days later.
Why Mercury had to turn back and spend additional time getting the communication lines open became clear when Saturn returned six days later, making his first visit to your relationship sector since 1994. Saturn had only been here for nine days when Mars returned in the closing hours of March, with the planet of passion and the warrior planet of the cosmos on board as well as you move into the new month. March began with most of the planetary activity on the relationship front for the year having run its course but April begins with the most powerful planetary activity in decades underway.
Mars is here until mid May and Saturn will retrograde back out in July but not before they both spend time preparing for not just Saturn's return in December but Jupiter's as well. Whether single, in a relationship or between relationships, this is the first month of a journey that will take until 2023 to fully run its course and is a chance for a completely fresh start. A Full Moon in your communication sector on 8th April is not the only communication support your relationships will have while from 4th April, from her position in your friendship sector you will have Venus, the planet of love providing support for friendship and relationship building.