You have always and will always start each year with the Sun in your career sector Aries and in 2018 this turns out to be a huge advantage. For with the solar spotlight on your career and professional situation, matters and options for the first three weeks of this incredible professional year, you’ll have your eyes open from the get go. Yet the Sun’s departure on the 20th January leaves you with a small snapshot of what not only this year is set to deliver, but the next three years. For as far as your professional game is concerned 2018, 2019 and 2020 are a package deal. It was on the 20th December, two days before the Sun’s return last year that everything changed, though in reality this is something you have been preparing for, for much of the last decade.
The 20th December saw Saturn not only return to your career sector for the first time in over a decade, but team up with Pluto for the first time here in our lifetime. With Pluto here until 2024 and Saturn until December 2020, this is the start of the three most powerful professional years on record. With Jupiter joining them at the end of next year, 2020 is set to be the pinnacle year. What makes this so game changing is the makeup of Saturn and Pluto, who last came together from 1982 to 1985. Pluto is the planet of change and revolution and Saturn of structure. Pluto brings the will to change and Saturn brings the power to move mountains if you have to. Together for three years that gives you a lot of time to work on things. While this is the start of a three year journey, there will be a lot of support throughout the year. Along with the Sun, who is here until the 20th January, Venus is here until the 18th January and Mercury will move through from the 11th January to the 1st February. Together they are focused on both getting this new professional year up to speed and in getting this powerful new three year period on track and moving in the right direction. This is the point where Saturn and Pluto take over and here for three years, the focus shifts from a sprint to a marathon.
However, Mars will change everything when he not only moves through your career sector from the 18th March to the 16th May, but returns for a double dip visit from the 13th August to the 11th September. While Pluto and Saturn are here for the long haul, Mars is a planet that likes to make things happen now, so these will be very active months, with the potential for game changing developments. Things are a lot more tame on the job front, though throughout the most active months of the year for work and job matters, this will come with the full support of Mars, Saturn and Pluto on the career front. That period runs from Ceres’ return to your work sector on the 28th June to the Sun’s departure on the 23rd September.