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horoscope for Taurus
Whether you are an April or a May born Taurus, the greater part of your birthday month will play out this month and with the Sun not gone until 21st May, this is your chance to push the 'reset' button. Venus, the planet that gives your heart a voice as well as your ruling planet, not only left 16 days before the Sun returned to begin your birthday month and new solar year but had already spent a month here. That firebreak between the two was a chance for your desires and expectations and your wish list for the coming year to take hold, becoming the blueprint for this new solar year. Mercury, who returned late last month will only spend 14 days in Taurus this year and will leave on 12th May. This makes the first 12 days of the month an important time for making choices, decisions and plans for the coming year. However, as you now have Uranus in Taurus until 2026 and as the planet of surprise, synchronicity and the unexpected he will continue to develop more options, it is also important to keep your mind and your options open. When first Mercury and then the Sun leave Taurus it will be to return to your income sector, as happens every year. The difference this year is the extraordinary planetary activity already in play and how this plays into planetary activity on the job and career fronts. Part of the extraordinary activity is that Saturn' retrograde turn on 11th May and Venus' on 13th May will create a situation where the doors are open to the past, second chances and untapped potential across the income, work and career fronts. Part of that extraordinary activity on the income front is the North Node's return to your income sector on 5th May, creating a pathway forward just as Venus, the planet of money is creating a pathway to the past. At the same time its partner the North Node will return to your financial sector, where until January 2022 they will police a balance between money coming in and money going out.