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horoscope for Aries
In addition to the normal shifts in focus that you would expect at this time every year, the biggest impact on you personally will come from a shift for both Mars and the lunar nodes and a coming together of planets that are focused on the past. The latter is a continuation of what began building last month, with a combination of Venus' return to your communication sector and Mars and Saturn's return to your friendship sector greatly increasing the support for communication, friendship and relationship building. With Juno in retrograde motion in your relationship sector until 27th May, Venus turning retrograde in your communication sector on 13th May and Saturn in your friendship sector on 11th May, this will create a combined swing to the past. This will tie into Mars' departure from your friendship sector and return to a nostalgic, reflective but also intuitive and imaginative part of your chart on 13th May. This marks the start of the wind down of your current Mars cycle and preparation for your ruling planet's return to Aries later next month. As Mars will return at the end of June but not leave until January 2021, this will be a valuable chance to first recharge your batteries. This might take the wind out of your sails but with not only planets across the communication, friendship and relationship fronts turning retrograde but both planets in your career sector, this is part of a general call to slow down. Another significant event is a shifting of the lunar nodes on 5th May, something that will not only have an impact this month but right through to January 2022. Since November 2018, with the North Node in your home and the South Node in your career sector, this has policed a balance between your home and professional lives. As this ends this will see the South Node return to an adventurous part of your chart and the North Node to your communication sector, joining the growing planetary activity there.