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Horoscope for Virgo

Despite the fact that you begin the month with Mars in your career sector and end the month with the Sun and Mercury here, there is different energy in the first and second half of the month. This is Mars first visit to your career sector since 2017 and when he leaves on 16th May he knows he won't be back until 2021. For that reason, Mars will be encouraging you to throw yourself into the things that excite you, but with the focus on starting rather than finishing anything. With the Moon coming full circle from the second of two Full Moons in your income sector from 15th May to 17th May, there could be some exciting professional and income developments mid month. Mars' departure will take the heat out of things, with the Sun and Mercury's return on 21st May beginning a more objective phase. In that four day gap between Mars' departure on 16th May and their return on 21st May, there is even a chance to embrace the adventurous energy in play at the time. For from Venus' return to an adventurous part of your chart on 15th May to the Sun and Mercury's departure on 21st May, they are pooling their resources. It is the weekend during that period that could be the most exciting and adventurous of the month. In the meantime, while the Sun and Mercury will take over from where Mars leaves off professionally, Mars' return to your sector of friendship, teamwork and networking on 16th May will usher in a more socially charged and connected period. From here Mars will offer a lot of support for your relationships. Meanwhile, the Moon's return to your communication sector on 17th May ahead of a Full Moon on 19th May will kick off some auspicious conditions for personal and professional networking, friendship and relationship building.

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