Gemini March 2018 Horoscope: Love, Money & Career


This is a time of year when there is always a lot of focus on your professional game, with the Sun always spending the first three weeks of March in your career sector. This year this is a lot more extreme, for you not only start the month with six planets in your career sector, but for the first time in 12 years you also have lucky Jupiter in your work sector. Jupiter’s retrograde turn on the 9th March will begin a four month retrograde phase, one that will open the doors to the past, second chances and untapped professional potential. Yet while Mercury will leave your career sector on the 6th March, Venus on the 7th March, the Sun on the 21st March and Juno and Chiron will both leave next month, job and career matters will continue to evolve all year.

The difference this month is that the professional gods are putting as much resources on the field as possible, in order to gain maximum momentum. This is also an important month for relationship matters, even after Mars leaves your relationship sector on the 18th March. After over three years of planetary activity this will leave you with no planetary activity here until late October, but with Jupiter returning just days later to kick off an auspicious relationship year, Mars is fighting to leave your relationships on the right path. Whether single, in a relationship or between relationships, this means knowing what you’re fighting for.

It is on the 18th March that Mars will team up with Saturn and Pluto in your financial sector, something that has never happened before in our lifetime. Mars has met up with Saturn here before, in 1990 and with Mars every two years since the planet of change and revolution returned in 2008. However, he has never met up with both at the same time and this will be game changing. Whether single, in a relationship or between relationships, this will shake things up but in the process make almost anything you put your mind to possible.

Love 2017Gemini March 2018 Love Horoscope

All eyes are on Mars this month, as he prepares to not only leave your relationship sector on the 18th March but leave it empty for the longest time in over three years. Saturn wrapped up his three year relationship boot camp just before Christmas, while as Mercury stayed on until mid January, continuous planetary activity in your relationship sector since September 2014 continued. There was a 16 day gap between Mercury’s departure and Mars’ return at the end of January, creating a fire break between what may have been a challenging three years period, to what is now the rebuilding phase.

Mars will normally move through your relationship sector in just six weeks, but slowing down ahead of a retrograde turn in a few months’ time, Mars will have been here for seven weeks by the time he leaves on the 18th March. When the warrior planet of the cosmos leaves the next planet to return will be Mercury at the end of October, just days before lucky Jupiter returns to begin your most auspicious relationship year in over a decade. So there is a lot riding on Mars’ final weeks in your relationship sector, giving you a chance to resolve the past, while preparing for the future.

Fortunately, there is plenty of support, especially from Ceres in your communication sector and from Venus, who returns to your friendship sector on the 7th March. In retrograde motion until the 19th March and not turning direct until a day after Mars leaves your relationship sector, Ceres is devoting all that time to giving your relationships, the past and unsaid words a voice. With Venus on board from the 7th March, Mars’ final 11 days will be especially auspicious for friendship and relationship building. This comes just as you really are building for the future.

Money 2017Gemini March 2018 Money Horoscope

Mercury’s departure from your financial sector in the early hours of February left Saturn and Pluto on their own and apart from the Moon’s return every four weeks that is how it has remained. With the Sun not returning until December and Venus and Mercury until January 2019, this is how it looks like things will remain. With Saturn here until December 2020 and Pluto until November 2024, money matters appear to have fallen back into a slow, stable and steady pattern that is now the new norm. Yet even this new norm is something you’re still adjusting to, with Pluto wanting to change things up and Saturn wanting to keep things stable.

Yet where Pluto has been calling for change since returning in 2008, Saturn gives you the structure to see things through. Yet this long, stable and slow phase is actually an illusion, for that is not how things will remain. The Moon’s return to your financial sector from the 10th March to the 13th March will sharpen your financial instincts, making it easier to pick up on the fact that change was on the way. That change will arrive five days after the Moon leaves, in the form of Mars’ return on the 18th March. This is Mars’ first visit to your financial sector since 2016 and is his first time here with both Saturn and Pluto in our lifetime.

Mars is a planet that makes things happen and as he returns to fire up your financial passions and fighting spirit, he finds some of the most powerful financial forces in our lifetime. Mars can recognise Pluto’s call for change and how to harness Saturn’s tenacity and his power to move mountains if you have to. Mars will spot from the get go that this is a chance to completely change things up. Maybe that is why, instead of moving through in just six weeks, he will instead spend twice that long here, spread out over two visits. The focus is all on money matters, but the Moon’s return to your income sector from the 24th March to the 27th March will be a chance to sharpen your nose for money, at an important part of the month for both job and career matters.

Career 2017Gemini March 2018 Career Horoscope

This is always an important time of any professional year for you, but usually just because of the focus on your career and professional situation, matters and options. The Sun will always spend the first three weeks of March in your career sector, so this is when the solar spotlight is on career matters. In contrast, the Sun will always spend the first three weeks of November in your work sector, so this is not the time of year when you would expect any planetary activity on the job front. Yet that is exactly what you have, with the month getting off to a stunning start on both the job and career fronts.

You not only start the month with six planets in your career sector, but a number of significant conjunctions or alignments in play. During the first four days of the month alone, Venus and Mercury will align in your career sector, the Sun and dreamy Neptune will align here and both Venus and Mercury will move into a positive aspect to lucky Jupiter on the job front. It is Jupiter who not only has job matters active at the wrong time of year, but will keep them active all year. With Mercury leaving your career sector on the 6th March and Venus on the 7th March, their alignments with lucky Jupiter will boost their confidence and therefore their impact in their final days.

This works both ways, for as Jupiter slows down ahead of his retrograde turn on the 9th March, as work and job matters slow to a crawl this will ensure your job confidence remains high. The only fly in the ointment is a Full Moon on the 2nd March, which will see the Moon move into opposition with all six planets in your career sector. Yet with job and career matters continuing to evolve, any work/life balance issues this exposes are important. There isn’t a single moment in 2018 without planetary activity on the job and career fronts or when you can keep your work or professional hats off, with work/life balance everything.

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Anne Macnaughtan

Anne has worked as a professional Astrologer, writing Horoscope Content for the media, public and private clients since 1997 and currently provides Horoscope Content to companies in New Zealand, Australia, USA, Canada, the United Kingdom and around the world.