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Horoscope for Aquarius

Whether you are a January or a February born Aquarian, this is your month, with the Sun always spending the majority of the first three weeks of this month in February. This year, despite the false alarm from a lunar eclipse during the first full day of your birthday month and rocky start this may have created, this is a low key and easy birthday month and the launch of a new solar year. You don't need the complications and as Mars only wrapped up a six month visit to Aquarius in November, a week before the South Node wrapped up an 18 month visit, you have been there and done that. You also begin this new solar year with a lot of momentum, untapped potential and a clear sense of what is already in motion. With Mercury leaving on 10th February and the Sun on 19th February, this is in a way a rubber stamping of your passport as you move into a new solar year, which is exactly what you need. It will be a different story when first Mercury and then the Sun return to your income sector, with some exciting implications across the income, work and career fronts. Mars only wrapped up a six week visit in your income sector on New Year's Day, 15 months of planetary activity on the career front only ran its course in the final days of January and the North Node is spending its first, last and only full year in your work sector in 17 years. Already the lead up to a total solar eclipse in early January has begun. No wonder then, unlike the 17 days Mercury will spend in Aquarius, he will spend over two months in your income sector. Mercury and the Sun return to a scene ripe with potential across the income, work and career fronts.

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