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Horoscope for Aries

You are moving into your birthday month with an added advantage this year and in fact, several added advantages. The Sun will always spend the first three weeks of April in Aries and whether you are a March or an April born Aries, this is when the largest chunk of your birthday month plays out, with the launch of your new solar year ending when the Sun leaves on 20th April. Or at least that is normally the case and this is where one advantage can be found. With Mercury not returning to Aries until 17th April and Venus until 21st April, your birthday month will end before heart and mind become engaged. While a New Moon on 5th February is a chance to commit to your new solar year, the future and the journey ahead, you have the rest of this month and the first half of May to work through the details. In addition, with Uranus gone from Aries, there is a lot less volatility and unpredictability this year, bringing a new sense of confidence and a more stable platform to start from. This comes at a time when a lot of the professional and financial urgency is dialling back. Mars left your income sector at the end of last month and while the Sun won't return until 20th April, there is enough support to keep the momentum going, though with less urgency. With Pluto beginning a five month retrograde phase in your career sector on 25th April and Saturn on 30th April, any professional urgency is dropping right back. Instead, there is a lot more time to focus on your personal life and on your relationships in particular. While there was a Full Moon in your relationship sector during the early hours of your birthday month, for the first time in 57 years the Moon will come full circle before it ends, creating a rare second Full Moon here on 19th April. Fortunately, this is something you are ready for from the get go and not just because you had a practice run last month. Mars' return to your communication sector on 31st March and his position here all month, turns this second Full Moon into an opportunity for a communication and/or relationship breakthrough.

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