Money Horoscope for scorpio
While it is not unheard of to move into February with planetary activity in your income sector, this is usually for extraordinary reasons. Having Jupiter in your income sector from November 2018 to December 2019 was an extraordinary reason for not only moving into last February with planetary activity here but every other month last year. The ordinary planetary activity in your income sector centres around the Sun's return each year, which puts a more mundane focus on income matters in November and December of each year. To move into February with planets here means that there is still something extraordinary playing out. That something extraordinary is Mars, whose first visit in two years not only began in the early days of the New Year but exactly a month to the day after Jupiter left. If anyone can exploit the untapped income potential from a 13 month visit by the planet of luck and expansion it is Mars, the warrior planet of the cosmos. As well as declaring war on glass ceilings, especially those in your own mind, Mars gives you the warrior spirit needed to fight for what you deserve.
While Mars has been here since 3rd January and won't leave until 17th February and every moment he is here is potentially lucrative, his final nine days could be especially auspicious. This is thanks to two events that will not only fire things up professionally but give you and Mars the confidence to go the extra mile. It begins with Venus, the planet of money's return to your work sector on 8th February. Whether Mars was here or not, Venus will return to fuel your job confidence, attract opportunities and steer things in a lucrative direction but to have the warrior planet of the cosmos here gives her a head start. On the same day that Venus returns to your work sector the Moon will not only return to your career sector but ahead of a Full Moon here on 9th February. There could be some game changing developments across the income, work and career fronts from 8th February to 10th February.
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