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Horoscope for Pisces

Moving into the month with the Moon in Pisces is an advantage, even if it does leave on 1st May. As well as giving you an intuitive edge from the get go, it means you are still tying up loose ends after Venus left 10 days earlier. Held back by a retrograde phase Venus was late returning to Pisces this year so was therefore late to leave. Venus finally left over Easter and with Mercury held back by his retrograde phase in Pisces in March, he only left four days before Venus. So while your birthday month ended in March, in the early hours of May you are only just now tying up loose ends. Venus and Mercury have since moved on and both begin the month in your income sector, where they are once again wrapping things up and exploiting the potential the Sun highlighted as he moved through. Mercury returned to your income sector during the Sun's final days but Venus returned a day after he left, with both working to exploit the income potential this has created. As with the Sun and Mars before him, it is with the support of Jupiter in your career sector, for the first time in 12 years. Until leaving your income sector on 7th May Mercury is giving you the smart head for money needed to keep your head in the game while Venus, the planet of money will work to attract opportunities until leaving on 15th May. It is then that Venus and Mercury will finally catch up with the Sun, with both returning to your communication sector before he leaves. For Mercury, the planet of communication this is where he comes into his own and here for just two weeks before leaving with the Sun on 21st May, this is a chance to get the communication lines open across the board. As Venus leaves your income sector on 15th May she will hang up her planet of money hat, putting on her planet of love hat as she returns to your communication sector. For the rest of the month, Venus will be on a mission to give your heart and your relationships a voice. It is during Venus' first full day here that on 16th May, Mars will return to fire things up on the fun, playful, romantic and creative fronts.

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