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For the most part, what you see is what you get as you move into the New Year and fortunately, you should like what you see. Especially if you are hoping for opportunities on the income and job fronts, with 2020 destined to be a year of major activity on both fronts. Starting the year with six planets in your income sector and all supporting Uranus, ahead of his direct turn in your work sector on 11th January, should make this obvious from the get go. However, you may also start the year with a sense of lethargy that you can't put your finger on. It might present as a need to take a break or just recharge your batteries over the holiday period. If you don't feel like throwing yourself back into the rat race, despite a massive amount of confidence on the income and job fronts, there are two good reasons for that. The first is that with Uranus in retrograde motion in your work sector until 11th January the brakes are on, so nothing wants to move before then. However, the main reason is that the year begins with Mars, the planet that provides our get up and go is still in a nostalgic and reflective part of your chart, where he has been since November. This means that the year begins with the brakes on work and job matters and with no gas in your tank. If you feel like a slow start to the year with time out to recharge your batteries, you are right on track. However, things start to change when Mars returns to Sagittarius on 3rd January, returning with a fresh supply of drive, passion, energy and of get up and go. This will put a spring back in your step and while it might not happen overnight, this is when your batteries will become recharged. This is when you will be ready for whatever life throws at you and this will have a wide impact. Mars' passion, drives and competitive spirit are like water, which will find its natural route, tapping into anything going. Mars will latch onto what is happening on the income and job fronts but is just as likely to channel this into your romantic and creative passions. Anything that has room for passion, Mars will make his home.
Week beginning Monday 20th of January 2020
The Moon continues to make its grand tour of all 12 areas of your chart for the first time this year, with the first 28 days of each year a chance to check in with each. Last week the Moon travelled through a largely empty area of your chart, checking in on an adventurous part of your chart and your career sector, where there is no planetary activity. This week the Moon reached both a heavily populated part of the sky and a part that is personally significant. It is the Moon's return to Sagittarius on Monday that brings your first chance this year to get your personal bearings and to check in with your own inner voice. This is also the Moon's first visit since Mars returned and as they join forces, this will fire up your passions, drives and competitive spirit, making it easier to get a sense of what excites you. By Wednesday the Moon will turn its attention to income matters and coming full circle from last month's solar eclipse, this could have lucrative implications.
Thursday 23rd of January 2020
Chances are, life looks very different from what it did at the start of the week, whether anything has actually changed or not. This is all thanks to the Moon's first visit to Sagittarius for the year, something that is always a valuable chance to check in. Yet this was also the Moon's first visit since Mars' return and as well as leaving you with your intuition, instincts and imagination fuelled there is likely to be a fresh sense of enthusiasm and motivation. This is something that you can take into every aspect of your life, including positive developments on the income and job fronts today.
Sagittarius is the ninth sign of the zodiac and your ruling planet is Jupiter, the biggest planet in our solar system, named after the Roman God Jupiter, who was King of the Gods!
The energy of Jupiter inclines towards generosity, benevolence, protection, expansion, joviality and incredible good fortune. Lucky you!
Yours is a warm, extroverted fun-loving fire sign. In astrological circles, there is a saying that if you want the truth, ask Sagittarius! You dislike dishonesty and being accused of it, might cause one of those rare times when you lose your temper and let loose a few thunderbolts.
Your way is to be honest and forthright, you say what you think. This means that you're probably not known for your tact or diplomacy, but we can absolutely trust your answers.
The symbol for your sign is the archer, depicted by a centaur holding a bow and arrow. The half man of the centaur can represent your humanity and intellect, the bow and arrow show your ambition to make your mark, while the half horse gives you four strong legs and sturdy hooves on which to freely roam and travel, fast, far and unfettered.
Your sign is a mutable, changeable one. You're easily able to go with the flow and you need to be free to do this. You prefer not to have too many ties and responsibilities. For this reason, some of you are slow to start a family, while others may decide not to have children at all.
Horses and other large animals belong to your sign but an animal doesn't need to be large to activate Jupiter the protector in your horoscope. You care about all animals. You might be reticent about the responsibility of parenthood but you'll eagerly take responsibility for a pet, or tend a sparrow with the broken wing until it is well enough to fly free. Some of you are race-horse owners or trainers, others just like to have a bet.
Your sign rules philosophy, religion, higher-education, journalism and long-distance travel. Nearly all Sagittarians love to travel, the extremely rare ones who never leave the country of their birth, are able to travel through their minds and studies.
Jupiter professions are often linked to the distribution of knowledge, through teaching or journalism, or working in the judicial or legal system. Comics and jokers also belong to your happy sign, you love to make people laugh and can be an hilarious prankster.
You get along best with the other fire signs, Aries and Leo, and the air signs, Gemini, Libra and Aquarius. The position of Jupiter at the time of your birth, can modify your typically carefree and optimistic Sagittarian nature.
Jupiter takes 12 years to travel the zodiac spending approximately one year in each sign. When Jupiter is well placed, its return to its natal position can be a particularly lucky time for the individual. If you don't know the position of Jupiter when you were born, or you'd like to know more about your horoscope, one of our astrologers will be pleased to take your call.