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Horoscope for Sagittarius

Beginning the month with Venus, Ceres and Jupiter in Sagittarius means you are not quite ready to commit to the journey ahead, despite the fact that the planet of luck and expansion has been in Sagittarius since November. It was Jupiter, your ruling planet's return to Sagittarius that opened the doors to a new 12 year Jupiter cycle of expansion, with his time here until leaving in December, all about opening new doors, major new beginnings and planting seeds for the future. The Sun and Mercury have already been and gone but Venus, the last of the faster planets is still here. It is Venus' departure on 4th February that will leave you with a better sense of what you want from the coming year, but with Ceres here until November, this is the point where it becomes more about the journey. Venus' departure will have implications in other areas of your chart and on the income and job fronts in particular. Venus will return to your income sector on 4th February, just as Juno moves into her final week in your work sector. Juno is a very small player and it looks like even this small amount of focus on work and job matters is about to wrap up. However, nothing could be further from the truth, with Mars' return on 14th February changing everything. Venus returns to your income sector to find some of the most powerful line up of planets ever to assemble here and with Uranus returning to your work sector early next month, this is the start of a major coming together of forces on both fronts. A Full Moon in your career sector on 20th February could be a catalyst for developments across the income, work and career fronts. However, there is enough influence in a playful part of your chart to ensure life doesn't become all work and no play.

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