Pisces Forecast for 2020: Work & Business
This year we have the return to what a typical or normal professional year looks like, which hasn't been the case for many years, though to start with there is still some unfinished business. What a typical professional year looks like is planetary activity on the job front in the middle months of each year and planetary activity on the career front in the final months of each year. However, it has been a while since you saw a year like that, with Saturn in your career sector from December 2014 to December 2017, only to have Jupiter return in October 2018. Jupiter only left in December 2019 and with all planetary activity having ended just before moving into the New Year you are still adjusting to having no planetary activity in either of your professional houses. However, while the year begins with no planetary activity on the career front, this is more a chance to take a break over the New Year in order to catch your second wind.
For it is Mars' return on 3rd January that will fire things up again and returning a month to the day after Jupiter left, there is a huge amount of momentum and untapped potential for him to capitalise on. While this is the ordinary visit that Mars will make once every other year, returning so soon after Jupiter left makes the timing of this visit exceptional. Until he leaves on 17th February, Mars will work to both give this professional year as much traction as possible and to exploit all the potential created over recent years. The warrior planet likes to live life in the fast lane, so expect a busy start to the year. It is while Mars is here that a Full Moon on the job front on 9th February could act as a catalyst for forces across the income, work and career fronts. Mars departure on 17th February will finally leave you with no planetary activity in either of your two professional houses and apart from the Moon's monthly visits, it will stay that way until the Sun returns to your work sector on 22nd July.
Because Mars returned last year he won't visit this year so it is just the Sun, Venus and Mercury moving through. The Sun's return on 22nd July will kick off the most important and active months of this year on the job front and a period that will run its course when Venus leaves on 3rd October. However, while there is no planetary activity on the career front until the Sun returns on 22nd November, the fact that a Full Moon on 6th June is a lunar eclipse and the New Moon on 15th December will be a total solar eclipse means that something else is going on. There is only one reason why we have eclipses and that reason is the lunar nodes. In this case it is the South Node's return to your career sector on 5th May and its position here until January 2022. While not a planet and with its focus mainly on the past and on completion, this is the perfect force to help you exploit the potential from everything you have invested and worked towards since as far back as 2014.