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Horoscope for Gemini

It was a given that the Sun's return to Gemini on 21st May was going to create a conflict between your personal and relationship needs. This is because, with Jupiter in your relationship sector from November 2018 to December 2019, an opposition was inevitable. Fortunately or unfortunately, depending on what your experience was, you have history here during the three years when Saturn spent in your relationship sector, from 2014 to 2017. You have also had a taste of it last month and in the early part of this month, with Mars already in Gemini. Fortunately, with Jupiter in his first full month in retrograde motion in your relationship sector, there is less push back or competition, allowing you to see this for what it is. What this is, is a chance to advocate for your own needs, in the middle of a year that is more about your relationships. In the meantime, while Mars is already in Gemini and will be until leaving on 16th May, the wind down of your old solar year is already in full swing. This is an overlapping of the past, present and future that will continue all month. For while the Sun and Mercury will return to Gemini on 21st May, Venus returns to a nostalgic part of your chart on 15th May and will remain there for the rest of the month. In the meantime, there are some exciting developments on the income and job fronts, with an electric charge going through both fronts in the period from 16th May to 19th May. It begins with Mars' return to your income sector on 16th May, with the warrior planet of the cosmos hungry to pursue any income opportunities or potential. It is the Moon's return to your work sector on 17th May ahead of a Full Moon on 19th May that will jumpstart work and job matters, just as Mars is there to take advantage of anything this might trigger. It will be in Mars interests to keep the momentum going on the job front, even after the Moon leaves.

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