Will you eventually find your Love? Are you getting married this year? Is there any blockage, obstacle that you need to face this year? What are those celestial conjunctions shown in your yearly horoscope that will affect your career? Look for your personal horoscope sign and find out what is in store for you this year!
Yearly horoscope – ARIES
There is a sense of excitement in the air from the get go this year based on your yearly horoscope, with a sense from the start that this is going to be an exciting journey. The surprising thing is that while you ended 2018 suspecting this was going to be the case, you can really feel it once you move into 2019. You can thank Mars, your ruling planet for that, with his return to Aries on New Year’s Day energising everything. It is not just Mars’ return to Aries, but the friendly aspect this will put him at to lucky Jupiter, who will spend the majority of the year in your sector of adventure, travel, learning and discovery. This was always going to be an adventurous year, but Mars will encourage you to embrace a passion for adventure from the get go.
A total lunar eclipse in a fun, playful, romantic and creatively charged part of your chart on 21st January, will reinforce a push to embrace life. However, that doesn’t mean that there won’t be some push back and in fact, work/life balance is set to be your biggest challenge in 2019. That would have been the case anyway, simply by the fact that this is such a huge year professionally, but also an adventurous year. With the lunar nodes spending the whole of 2019 in your home and career sectors, they will police a balance between your home and professional lives. The North Node’s position in your home and family sector is the reason for a total solar eclipse here on 4th July and why this is an important year for home, family and/or property matters.
Yet a solar eclipse in your career sector on 6th January, a lunar eclipse here on 17th July and lucky Jupiter’s return on 3rd December, also means this is an important professional year. This also has the potential to be a lucrative year, with signs of movement on the income front from as early as mid February, then really kicking in with a vengeance in March. Areas of your chart that don’t have quite as much backing are the areas supporting communication, friendship and relationship building, with a need to support them when you get a chance. A pair of Full Moons in your relationship sector, one on 21st March and another on 19th April will give your relationships a boost. Fortunately, there is a lot of communication support at the time.
Yearly horoscope – TAURUS
In terms of where your luck lies in any given year, we look to lucky Jupiter, but he is more than just the planet of luck. Jupiter is the largest and most powerful planet in the solar system and for the majority of this year, his focus is on your financial situation and money matters. However, this doesn’t mean everything will be handed to you on a silver spoon, with Jupiter working through the principle of expansion. Whatever you invest, into taking your financial power back, will come back to you many times over. More of nothing is still nothing, so this needs to be a partnership. You will have some special support from Venus, the planet of money from 8th January to 4th February. Venus is able to attract positive financial outcomes, but her main mission is to boost your financial confidence.
Yet this year is not just about the money, with your own personal growth as well as adventure, travel, learning and discovery not only important, but something you need to take responsibility for based on your yearly horoscope. The year always begins with the Sun in an adventurous part of your chart, but with Saturn and Pluto here all year and lucky Jupiter returning on 3rd December, this is an area of your life that will grow stronger over the coming year and even more so in 2020. A solar eclipse here on 6th January and a lunar eclipse on 17th July is a sign that the gods are taking this seriously. This year will also see Uranus return to Taurus on 6th March, where unlike his departure six months after arriving last year, he will stay until 2026.
When it comes to a journey towards finding your personal truth, you have had a chance to dip your toe in the water. However, not only did Uranus turn retrograde three months after arriving and then spend the following three months retrograding back out, he had to compete with last year’s heavy focus on your relationships. This is not the case this year. For you, that quest to find your personal truth is the most dominant theme of 2019. This will be supported by Mars’ return to Taurus on 15th February, with the warrior planet of the cosmos already fuelling your passions and fighting spirit when Uranus returns. In the meantime, while there is less focus on your relationships this year, there is more than enough support to continue the journey that began last year. This includes a lot of support from the communication gods.
Yearly horoscope – GEMINI
In both the early weeks of the year and then throughout the year, there are two powerful groups that have formed. One group centres around lucky Jupiter’s position in your relationship sector until 3rd December. The other group is centred around Saturn and Pluto’s position in your financial sector, with Jupiter joining that group from 3rd December. This was always going to be a powerful and important year for all your relationships, from your personal to professional relationships and everything in between. This was always going to be with the support of Uranus, in your friendship sector until 6th March. They are joined by Mars on New Year’s Day, firing things up in a way that will make the first six weeks of 2019 auspicious for friendship and relationship building.
This will be supported by a total lunar eclipse in your communication sector on 21st January, creating the potential for a communication and/or relationship breakthrough. Venus’ return on 8th January will see the planets of love and luck come together to create some of the most auspicious relationship weeks of 2019. However, they will get to do it again when Venus comes full circle on 2nd November, returning to your relationship sector to help make Jupiter’s final month as auspicious as possible. The support you have around your relationships this year you also have around money matters and again an eclipse is part of this.
The year will always begin with the Sun in your financial sector, shining the solar spotlight on your financial situation and money matters. With Saturn and Pluto here all year and Jupiter returning on 3rd December, the year will end with even more support based on your yearly horoscope. In the meantime, a solar eclipse in your financial sector on 6th January will get this new financial year off to an auspicious start. Support on the financial front will mainly kick in from mid February and then blossom from March onwards. This is less tangible and more subtle support, with Mars and Uranus returning to fuel your financial confidence, instincts and imagination. Mars will leave but Uranus is in an intuitive and imaginative part of your chart and at friendly aspect to financial forces until 2026. While 2019 is not an overly busy professional year, conditions across the income, work and career fronts in the early weeks suggest a good year on all three fronts.
Yearly horoscope – CANCER
In the limited space available it is hard to sum up in a few paragraphs everything the coming year will bring, but it is possible to sum up what kind of year to expect. What you can expect is a busy and exciting professional year, with opportunities exploding across the income, work and career fronts in the early weeks of the year. Lucky Jupiter’s return to your work sector in November and position here until 3rd December was always going to make this a busy, expansive and auspicious year for work and job matters. However, Mars’ return to your career sector on New Year’s Day and a total lunar eclipse in your income sector on 21st January, takes this to a whole new level based on your yearly horoscope. It is as though the professional and money gods have come together and rolled out their big guns from the get go.
While Mars is only in your career sector until 14th February and Uranus will leave there on 6th March, there is more than enough planetary activity on the income and career fronts throughout the year to keep Jupiter company as he moves through your work sector. However, the first four and the final two months of the year are likely to be the busiest, while the middle months of the year are likely to be the most lucrative. Apart from the lunar eclipse on 21st January, which could trigger unexpected income developments. Yet while you have a busy year, the year won’t be so busy that it pushes everything else to the sidelines. In particular, there is an equally strong focus on your relationships this year.
With Saturn and Pluto spending another full year together in your relationship sector this was always going to be the case, but even more so with Jupiter returning on 3rd December. This is when the major relationship developments that will dominate 2020, will start coming together. 2019 is also an important year for you personally, with the North Node spending the whole year in Cancer. This is the reason for a total solar eclipse in Cancer on 3rd July. While falling during your birthday month, it falls a day after Mars wraps up a six week visit to Cancer and a day before Venus returns. While this is an important relationship year, this can’t be at the expense of your own needs and your personal truth. Having the North Node in Cancer suggests some major new beginnings for you this year.
Yearly horoscope – LEO
It is less that there are two very different areas of your chart vying for your attention in 2019 and more that there are two very different groups, with both asserting themselves in the early weeks of the year. At the centre of each group is a dominant force, with lucky Jupiter at the centre of one group and Saturn at the centre of the other. I only need to tell you where they are to immediately reveal the challenge this presents, with Jupiter in a playful part of your chart and Saturn in your work sector. This makes a balance between work and play your biggest challenge in 2019. Yet, while this will appear to conflict in the early days of the year, for the most part, they are staying out of each other’s way.
You not only begin the year with lucky Jupiter still in the early weeks of a 13 month visit to a fun, playful, romantic and creatively charged part of your chart, but with Mars returning to an adventurous part of your chart on New Year’s Day. Along with a total lunar eclipse in Leo on 21st January, this is the group of energy surrounding Jupiter and this lucky year for love, matters of the heart and all things fun, playful, romantic and creative based on your yearly horoscope. Mars won’t leave an adventurous part of your chart until 14th February and with Uranus here until 6th March, there is a strong sense of adventure and fun in the air, during the first two months of the year. The problem is that you will always start the year with the Sun in your work sector and with a solar eclipse here on 6th January, it appears that you have a battle on your hands.
However, apart from a lot of focus on work and job matters in the early weeks of the year, things will dial back. As first Mars, on 14th February and then Uranus on 6th March leave an adventurous part of your chart, they will both return to your career sector, kicking off major developments that will not only continue for the rest of this year, but for the next seven years. By the time Jupiter returns to your work sector on 3rd December, the scene will be set to make 2020 the most powerful professional year in your lifetime. Yet no matter how busy things get this year, you have Jupiter in a fun, playful, romantic and creatively charged part of your chart until 3rd December, policing a balance between work and play. Compared to other years, if a balance between work and play is your biggest challenge, then you get off lightly.
Yearly horoscope – VIRGO
On 3rd December Jupiter will return to a fun, playful, romantic and creatively charged part of your chart, joining forces with both Saturn and Pluto here, for the first and only time in our lifetime. This is something that will dominate 2020, but from the early days of this year, this is something you are already working towards. The Sun will always spend the first three weeks of every year in this fun, playful, romantic and creatively charged part of your chart and with Saturn and Pluto already here, this is something you need to take seriously from the get go. Just to get the message across, a solar eclipse here on 6th January should get your attention.
Matters of the heart and all things fun, playful, romantic and creative will get a further boost when first Mars returns to an adventurous part of your chart on 14th February and then Uranus on 6th March based on your yearly horoscope. While Mars is only here for six weeks, once Uranus returns the planet of surprise, synchronicity and the unexpected is here until 2026, playing a huge support role this year and especially in 2020. Yet while Jupiter will become part of this wave on 3rd December, the planet of luck and expansion will spend the majority of 2019 in your home and family sector, making this an important year for home, family and/or property matters. This is not only where your luck lies in 2019, but where there is potential for growth. This is good news if you have or are thinking of starting a family or even a home based business.
In the meantime, after his retrograde phase last year, Mars is not slowing down this year, managing to touch as many areas of your chart and your life as possible. After leaving an adventurous part of your chart on 31st March, Mars will return to your career sector, where he will fire things up professionally. The planets following behind him will help to capitalise on what he begins, between 31st March and 16th May. Yet best of all is the fact that Mars, who didn’t visit Virgo at all in 2018, will return from 18th August to 4th October. This means Mars will be in Virgo throughout the whole of your birthday month, firing up your passions and fighting spirit. All in all, there are few challenges this year but a lot to not only get excited about now but to look forward to in the closing weeks of this year and as you line up for 2020.
Yearly horoscope – LIBRA
As an Air sign, it is always the less tangible aspects of life that impact you, which is why Jupiter’s position in your communication sector for the majority of the year will be such an asset. Jupiter is the planet of luck and expansion and while this does mean this is a lucky and auspicious year for all aspects of communication, it is much bigger than that. This creates a vibrant year, where you will feel smarter, you are able to think on your feet and you will crave mental stimulation. Because of that, this is often a good year professionally, for you’re able to think on your feet, multitask and will thrive in any environment where communication, intelligence and intellectual acumen is an advantage. And there is plenty of support across the income, work and career fronts this year to support that.
To start with it is your relationships that will benefit, especially with Mars not so much returning to your relationship sector on New Year’s Day, but bursting onto the scene. With Uranus in retrograde motion here until 7th January, it was looking like a slow start to the year for relationship matters based on your yearly horoscope. As you also start the year with Mercury, the planet of communication in your communication sector until 5th January and then Venus, the planet of love returning on 8th January, the year starts with a massive coming together of communication and relationship forces. While the whole year is an auspicious one for all aspects of communication, it is your relationships that will benefit from this, in the early months of the year.
In the meantime, this is a big year for home and family matters, with a solar eclipse on the home front on 6th January hinting at the potential for new beginnings. However, for the most part, home and family matters are likely to quietly tick over, with little if any haste. This is mainly because this is a year for putting down roots and foundations, ahead of lucky Jupiter’s return on 3rd December. This should kick off your most important year for home and family matters in over a decade, but this will be the first, last and only time that Jupiter, Saturn and Pluto will met up here in our lifetime. The full impact of that will be felt next year, with 2019 a stepping stone to 2020, when it comes to home and family matters.
Yearly horoscope – SCORPIO
Jupiter’s departure from Scorpio in November brought the planet of luck and expansion’s 13 month visit to a close and with it, the foundation year to this new 12 year, Jupiter cycle of expansion. Yet until the last planet leaves Scorpio there is still some unfinished business, which is taking place in the very early days of the year. While you can never move into the New Year with the Sun still in Scorpio, you can sometimes still have Venus here, which is the case this year. Until leaving on 8th January, Venus is giving your heart a voice and having spent months with Jupiter, this is the voice you need to trust. With Jupiter gone this is a consolidation year. Having laid down foundations, planted seeds and begun new journeys last year, this is a year for the follow through.
In your income sector until 3rd December, Jupiter is also making this a potentially lucrative year, with luck on your side when it comes to earnings, but also gaining in all things that you value based on your yearly horoscope. Yet it is on the income front that there are some real opportunities, in the first two months of the year. Late to leave Scorpio, Venus is also late to return to your income sector, finally returning on 8th January. Until Venus leaves on 4th February, the planets of money and luck will work together, creating some of the most potentially lucrative weeks of the year. They will come back together on 2nd November, to ensure Jupiter’s final month is just as potentially lucrative. What makes the early part of the year so auspicious, is that you have Mars returning to your work sector on New Year’s Day, Uranus turning direct here on 7th January and a total lunar eclipse on the job front, on 21st January.
Mars will leave on 14th February and Uranus on 6th March, but by then your professional year will have gained more than enough momentum to keep the wheels turning across the income, work and career fronts. 2019 is also an important year for relationship building, with Mars returning to your relationship sector on the 15th February and Uranus on 6th March. While Mars is only here for six weeks, Uranus is here now until 2026. Unlike the six months Uranus spent here last year, without Jupiter in Scorpio there is no conflict or challenges. However, a clash between your personal and relationship needs in 2018 has left you with a better sense of what you want from your relationships and what they need from you. What you have this year and is a lack of challenges on the relationship front and an abundance of support, especially from the communication gods.
Yearly horoscope – SAGITTARIUS
This is your year, the year that you have been waiting for, for several years and the year that you have put in the hard work to prepare for. Jupiter, the planet of luck and expansion and your ruling planet returned to Sagittarius in November and not due to leave until 3rd December, will spend the majority of the year here. On one hand, you could say that this is your luckiest year in over a decade, but it is so much more than that. This brings you to the start of a new 12 year Jupiter cycle of expansion, with a chance to open major new doors, begin new journeys and lay the foundations for the things that will be important in your life over the course of the next 12 years. It was just over a year ago that Saturn left Sagittarius, in December 2017.
This brought a three year boot camp to a close, with life calling on you to show up, take responsibility and deal with any challenges head on. It was always a given that you would benefit from those years, at some future date. That future date has arrived. From the get go there is a feeling of support, with Mars returning to a fun, playful, romantic and creatively charged part of your chart on New Year’s Day and into a friendly alliance with Jupiter during the first six weeks of 2019. You have Venus, the planet of love returning to Sagittarius on 8th January and an adventurous, total lunar eclipse on 21st January. This will unleash a potent cocktail of passionate, adventurous and playful forces, encouraging you to fully embrace this year that you have been waiting for and working towards for years now, from the get go.
This is also an important and powerful year on the job and income fronts, with a solar eclipse in your income sector on 6th January a taste of things to come based on your yearly horoscope. To start with you don’t have the professional backing to take this too far, but that will change from February onwards. It begins with Mars’ return to your work sector on 14th February and will continue with Uranus’ return on 6th March. Uranus is here then until 2026, supporting the planets already in your income sector and there to support Jupiter when he returns on 3rd December. This will kick of your most potentially lucrative year in over a decade. In the meantime, 2019 is the year that will have you excited from the get go and while life will go on, this year has your name written all over it from the get go.
Yearly horoscope – CAPRICORN
For you, 2019 is a crossover year. A crossover between the past, present and future, that is. Saturn returned to Capricorn in December 2017 and having spent the whole of 2018 here, will also spend the whole of 2019 here, not leaving until December 2020. Yet Jupiter’s return to a nostalgic and reflective part of your chart in November, also means that you have reached the last full year of a 12 year Jupiter cycle of expansion, with one major cycle still in its early years and another in its final year. It is on 3rd December that Jupiter will return to Capricorn and with Pluto here from 2008 to 2024, this will begin your most powerful year in a lifetime. For you, 2020 is the year that everything until now has been leading up to and everything from then will lead on from.
In 2019 you are still preparing, with a chance to first bring your current 12 year Jupiter cycle of expansion home. This means there will be time during the year when you need time out to hear yourself think. Yet Jupiter is the planet of luck and expansion, so when you do spend time navel gazing this is likely to have fortunate ramifications, with your imagination and mind inspired. The year begins, as it always does, with the Sun in Capricorn, with your new solar and calendar years always starting at the same time. A solar eclipse on 6th January will give you a chance to commit to this new solar year, the future and the journey ahead. The reason for that solar eclipse is that you have the South Node in Capricorn and therefore the North Node in your relationship sector based on your yearly horoscope.
As well as determining where the eclipses will fall this year, with a total solar eclipse in your relationship sector on 3rd July and a lunar eclipse in Capricorn on 17th July, the lunar nodes will also police a balance between your personal and relationship needs. The North Node promises major new beginnings on the relationship front this year, with the six weeks leading up to a solar eclipse on 3rd July and the four weeks after, especially auspicious. Fortunately, there is support from the communication gods from the get go and throughout the year. For while this is an important relationship year, there is also a need to remain true to yourself. This is also an important year for home and family matters, especially in the first two months of the year and then to a slightly lesser degree for the next few months. Matters of the heart and all things fun, playful, romantic and creative also get a boost in February and March, one they will retain all year.
Yearly horoscope – AQUARIUS
A triad of support in the early weeks of the year really is a taste of things to come, with forces across the communication, friendship and relationship fronts working in unison. This centres on lucky Jupiter, who is spending the majority of the year in your sector of friendship, teamwork and networking. This makes this an auspicious year for connecting in general, being a team player and connecting with those who will not only play an important part in your life this year, but over the coming years. It is when Venus teams up with Jupiter from 8th January to 4th February that the laws of attraction and synchronicity will be in effect, with fate working to put you in the right place at the right time.
A total lunar eclipse in your relationship sector on 21st January will create an especially auspicious and serendipitous time for friendship and relationship building based on your yearly horoscope. Fortunately, the year begins with Mars’ return to your communication sector on New Year’s Day, with an explosion of support on the communication front in the first two months of the year, to a slightly lesser degree for the next few months and then in a more background way for the rest of the year. Jupiter will continue to make this a socially engaged and connected year until he leaves on 3rd December. This is when the 13 month wind down of your current 12 year Jupiter cycle will begin, one that will require more time to reflect.
You are already in the second of a three year wind down of your current three decade long Saturn cycle. With Saturn returning to Aquarius on 17th December 2020 and Jupiter on 20th December 2020, preparations are already underway for 2021, destined to be a powerful and important year. In the meantime, Mars is set to become part of a wave that also makes this an important year for home and family matters. This is something that begins in earnest in mid February, but will gather strength and importance for the rest of the year. At the same time, while last year’s professional pace hasn’t followed you into 2019, there is enough support to make this an exciting year across the income, work and career fronts.
Yearly horoscope – PISCES
With lucky Jupiter in your career sector until 3rd December, this was always going to be a huge professional year, with the potential for not only professional growth, but support for your personal and professional goals and ambitions in general. Saturn only left your career sector in December 2017, ending a three year professional boot camp. Chances are you may have felt for a while that you have given more than you have received back professionally, wondering if your ship would ever come in. Yet it is everything that you have invested over recent years that means you are ready for this year’s opportunities. It is the amount of support in the early weeks of the year that is staggering, leaving you in no doubt that something has shifted.
Despite the fact that Jupiter has been here since early November, things are still getting up to speed, with little real excitement. This changes dramatically with Mars’ return to your income sector on New Year’s Day, Venus’ to your career sector on 8th January and a total lunar eclipse in your work sector on 21st January. Over the course of the first three weeks of 2019, the board will light up across the income, work and career fronts. While the lunar eclipse is a one off event, as the North Node only wrapped up an 18 month visit in November, this will be a catalyst for not just untapped job potential, but all that has been building across the income, work and career fronts. While this gets the year off to an exciting and busy start, for the most part, Jupiter is running a marathon and not a sprint.
Having the North Node in a fun, playful, romantic and creatively charged part of your chart all year will ensure life doesn’t become all work and no play based on your yearly horoscope. A total lunar eclipse here on 3rd July will be at the epicentre of some stunning months for matters of the heart and all things fun, playful, romantic and creative. This is also an important year for personal and professional networking, with Saturn spending his second full year in your sector of friendship, teamwork and networking. With Jupiter returning here after he leaves your career sector on 3rd December, teamwork and connecting with others will become an increasingly important and ultimately auspicious theme running throughout the year. A solar eclipse here on 6th January and a lunar eclipse on 17th July could see people come into your life, in unexpected ways.
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