Monthly Horoscope for July 2020
On July 5th a Full Moon « lunar eclipse » takes place in Capricorn. Mercury retrograde in Cancer until July 12. Venus is direct in Gemini. Mars is in Aries. Jupiter retrograde in Capricorn until September 12. Saturn retrograde in Capricorn until September 28. Uranus is in Taurus. Neptune retrograde in Pisces as well as Pluto in Capricorn.
Eclipses of both the Sun and the Moon often indicate the end of a cycle or a significant change in the direction or pattern of the affairs governed by your natal house/sign in which the eclipse falls. Eclipses of the Sun may affect work, direction and relations with people in authority. Eclipses of the Moon may affect matters of home, family and emotions as well as relations with women and children. Both may affect your health.
All Cancer and all Capricorns are strongly affected by these eclipses. Eclipses help correct the course of your life. Personally, a phase of your life ends and a new one begins. Whatever part of your life is not in sync with your true life’s purpose will show the most change and this can be seen by where this eclipse falls in your personal chart. Keep in mind that this is all good and part of your plan for growth as you are forced to finally drum up the courage make necessary life corrections!!
The effects of the eclipses can be felt up to six months from when they happen.
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LIBRA: Energizer Mars sails into your seventh solar house of relationships for the next six months (due to the retrograde motion this fall), as a result, there might be some anxieties or the desire to solve quickly any matters, new or old, that are affecting your love life.
It seems that your better half is stronger than you, less willing to postpone things or have useless discussions; they want to get things done in order to see things moving into the direction they’ve had in mind for some time.
The lunar eclipse of July 5, activates your forth solar house of family, so accumulated tensions related to your love life might come to light because of the repeat interfering of your parents.
There might be some crisis during which it becomes clear (yet again) that things can’t go on like they have been.
Since Mars is in your house of relationships, things might become explosive or you may feel more pressure than ever from your better half.
If you end up feeling like you’re between a rock and a hard place, you might lose your temper and have an outburst which would only complicate things further.
Relationships which have no issues become more dynamic during this term, and partners take steps towards joint goals, going on their own strategies and not getting influenced by their parents’ expectations.
Single? Love might be surprised when it comes to someone from their professional environment. Passion can be suddenly born; it’s on the hesitant side during the first two weeks of this month, but after July 21 it can become a beautiful love story. Odds at a long term relationship are pretty slim, though.
Work/Money: The lunar eclipse of July 5, occurs in your forth solar house of family, home and affects also your tenth solar house of career.
As a result, some of you may feel that they can’t make any professional progress because of issues in their family life or because of some acute emotional crisis which pushes them into introspection.
It may be harder to achieve a balance between your personal life and professional pursuits, but it’s not impossible. Work on that, start with something; revise your priorities, work hours, and the basis on which you’re building your life and career.
You get the chance to resume some older professional idea or come up with long term projects.
On July 12, Mercury resumes its direct motion through in your tenth solar house, where there’s also the Sun until July 22.
As a result, things are looking good as far as your future is concerned, provided you get organized in such a way that you have time for your loved ones, family, but also for consolidating your professional status as you aim to.