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Sagittarius Forecast for 2023: Love & Romance
Starting the year with Jupiter, the planet of luck and expansion in your romantic sector not only makes 2022 a lucky year for love from the start but this is something that you have spent months preparing for. Jupiter first returned to your romantic sector in May 2022 but a retrograde turn saw him retrograde back out at the end of October. Once in direct motion Jupiter was on his way back, returning just before Christmas to deliver the Christmas present of a lifetime. As you move into 2023 Jupiter has only been here for 11 days but with five months already under his belt, both you and he are ready to hit the ground running. However, things will really take off when what could be the most romantically charged weeks of 2023 begin with Venus' return on 20th February, with the planets of love and luck working as a team until 17th March.
With Mercury returning on 19th March and the Sun on 21st March, they will take over from where Venus left off, with the solar spotlight on matters of the heart and on Jupiter's influence through to 20th April. During that time there will be not one but two New Moons. The first on 22nd March will be an ordinary New Moon, though the first with lucky Jupiter here in over a decade. It is four weeks later that a second New Moon, this time a solar eclipse on 20th April will bring luck, fate and the potential for major new beginnings together. With Jupiter leaving less than a month later on 17th May, this will be a push to make these final weeks count. After that, it is not just the Moon's return every four weeks that will keep the spirit of romance alive but the dwarf planet Eris, the warrior princess of the cosmos, who will quietly keep things ticking over.
Meanwhile, you also begin the year with Mars not only still in your relationship sector but in retrograde motion. Mars returned in August for what is normally a six week mission to help you fight for what you want from your relationships and what they need from you. Instead, a retrograde turn has not only kept Mars here but by the time he eventually leaves on 26th March, he will have been here for seven months, his longest visit in eight decades. Once Mars turns direct on 13th January his focus will shift from the past and onto the journey ahead, working during that time with Saturn, who is in your communication sector until 8th March. With Mars gone this will leave your relationship sector empty, until Venus returns on 11th April to begin the annual attention that your relationships get. From Venus' return on 11th April to Mercury's departure on 27th June there will be a chance to build on from what Mars began.