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28 February 2023
The Moon's friendly aspect to Pluto in your career sector before leaving your income sector yesterday has left you with a lot to unpack on both fronts. While this is something that has happened every four weeks since Pluto returned in 2008, this is the last before he leaves but also the last before the most lucrative months of 2023 kick off. The Moon has left you with everything needed to stay on top of both.
Week beginning 27 February 2023
On Wednesday we will move into March, a month that will play host to a massive amount of change that will not only shape the rest of this year but years to come. Already, as you move into the new week there are hints of the changes ahead and especially across the income, work and career fronts. The week begins with the Moon having just left your income sector, with this ordinary monthly visit doing a lot more than just leaving you with a sharp nose for money. A friendly aspect to Pluto just before leaving also gets the new working week off to a good start, in the same way that it has done every four weeks since the planet of change and revolution returned in 2008. However, this is not just the Moon's last visit before Venus returns to your income sector or before the dwarf planet returns to your work sector, but the last before after nearly 15 years Pluto leaves. While Pluto will be gone by the time the Moon comes full circle in four weeks, a lot of water will pass under the bridge between now and then.
While the Sun left your career sector last month, with Mercury still here until 12th February there is a chance to tie up loose ends before handing the reins to Pluto, who since 2008 has quietly kept the momentum going each year. This all looks fairly normal for this time of year, except there is one big difference that changes everything but also makes getting the month off to a good start even more significant. The Sun will always spend the last 10 days and the first three weeks of each year in your career sector, putting the solar spotlight on your career and professional situation, matters and options. This year you began the year with Venus and Mercury here as well, with heart and mind on the same page from the start. Yet while it is not unusual to still have Mercury here as you move into February, what is unusual is how long he has been here and how significant that is about to become. It was in early December that Mercury returned for what is normally a 14 to 15 day chance to get your head in the game and to think on your feet. That meant Mercury should have been and gone by the time the Sun even returned. Instead, a retrograde turn in late last year means that he is still here moving into February. Venus left in the New Year and the Sun three weeks later, but Mercury is still here. As well as a chance to keep your head in the game, this has given Mercury extra time to work with Uranus, who turned direct in your income sector two days after he turned direct in your career sector. However, this is also buying Mercury more time to work with Pluto, who since 2008 has kept the wheels turning. This is when this becomes even more significant because after nearly 15 years Pluto is leaving next month, with Mercury able to work with the planet of change and revolution to set both your short and long term goals. Mercury will leave on 12th February, with the Moon returning from 16th February to 18th February to start tying up loose ends. Meanwhile, with no planetary activity in your work sector, the Moon's visit from 7th February to 9th February will make these some of the most pivotal days of the month on the job front.