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horoscope for Pisces
This month can only be described as a sleeper, a month where all appears to be low key or ordinary but when it will actually host some game changing developments. The first happens in the early days of the month when Neptune, the planet of dreams and your ruling planet turns direct in Pisces on 2nd December. Neptune has not only been in retrograde motion since June but having spent two and a half months with Jupiter midyear, has been working since then to breathe new life into old dreams. Neptune's direct turn is a chance to turn away from the past and onto the future but there will still be no sign of what is to come. Instead, the focus is more on Neptune's friendly aspect to Mars, who until leaving an adventurous part of your chart on 13th December will feed off this to fuel your confidence as well as a passion for adventure and a hunger for life's richer experiences. Mars knows that when he leaves he will not only return to your career sector but will remain here for the rest of this year and into the first four weeks of 2022. This is an exciting and empowered way to end one professional year and begin the next but it also means that this will end all planetary activity in an adventurous part of your chart. Even before Mars returns, an eclipsing New Moon in your career sector on 4th December is energising things professionally. With Mercury in your career sector until 14th December and the Sun until 22nd December, the final month of this professional year is proving to be the most significant. This is also an important month for your social life, friendships, teamwork and networking, with Venus not only spending the whole month here but a retrograde turn on 19th December, three days before the Sun's return, will keep her here until March. However, the stars are saving the best for last with Jupiter, the planet of luck and expansion returning to Pisces on 29th December. After a false start midyear, Jupiter is back to begin the launch of a new 12 year Jupiter cycle of expansion.