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horoscope for Pisces
While this is an important month on a number of fronts the overriding focus is on Jupiter's first, last and only full month in Pisces, with the planet of luck and expansion creating a unique moment in time. The reality is, Jupiter shouldn't be here, making this more a chance to jump forward into the future and then back out again. Jupiter only returned to a nostalgic and reflective part of your chart in December, to begin the 12 month wind down of your current 12 year Jupiter cycle of expansion. Jupiter shouldn't return to begin your next cycle until December but he has overshot the runway. Saturn turned retrograde last month and that will keep him in a nostalgic and reflective part of your chart but while Jupiter will turn retrograde on 26th June, it is after he has left and returned to Pisces. This will see Jupiter make a U turn that will take him back to join Saturn and to spend the next five months winding down your old Jupiter cycle. However, this means that Jupiter gets to spend two and a half months in Pisces, planting seeds and giving you a look at what the future could hold. Jupiter will return to close old doors armed with that knowledge while having set things up for his return in December. This is the overriding influence this month but on a more mundane level, there is a lot of focus on things close to home and on matters of the heart and all things fun, playful, romantic and creative. The Sun will always spend the first three weeks of June in your home and family sector before returning to a playful part of your chart so this is a natural focus for this time of year. The difference is that with Mars already in a playful part of your chart and Venus returning on 3rd June there is a continuous overlap between the two all month. What is new is Mars' return to your work sector on 12th June, returning to fire things up on the job front for the first time in two years and bringing the first planetary activity into play here in eight months.