Cancer Week: 11-17 February 2019
Over the last 10 years, Cancer, your C.V. has resembled a document that can never be finished in any clear way. Your progress onwards and upwards has been full of sudden moves, the occasional shock event (be it promotion, big hit, surprising rejection or departure) and – more freedom. In fact, Uranus in Aries in the Tenth House of your solar chart, which rules ambition, social position, status and success has been one long experiment. You’re going to be reading about the departure of Uranus from this zone of your chart around March 7th and how life is set to become more predictable, more orderly and organised as a result. True. It will feel like being handed a school, college or university timetable by the most extraordinary teacher you have ever met. This teacher is Chiron and he will be by your side until 2026. As if that wasn’t enough (about 7 years of ground-breaking new lessons) you then have Neptune, the planet of alternative realities, also circling your Tenth House until 2038. So, this is a good example of how a week in your career, with your unpaid work or your studies – can bring the future into the present. It is very important that you don’t burn any bridges. You can leave a bridge behind, without having to turn up the heat. There is no doubt about it, a Mars-Uranus conjunction has a fierce reputation in astrology. This is what you are to experience midweek. Yet, choice is everything. You can pursue freedom, independence, room to move, space and even the unshackling of chains – in any number of ways. Freedom from a job, project or role? Or freedom acquired by chasing one? Mars can provoke skirmishes and more, but it’s not essential, unless your personal birth chart suggests that.
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