2018 Business Forecast for 12 zodiac signs:
(Forecasts for General, Love & Money are posted at the bottom)
You have always and will always start each year with the Sun in your career sector and this year this turns out to be a huge advantage. For with the solar spotlight on your career and professional situation, matters and options for the first three weeks of this incredible professional year, you’ll have your eyes open from the get go. Yet the Sun’s departure on the 20th January leaves you with a small snapshot of what not only this year is set to deliver, but the next three years. For as far as your professional game is concerned 2018, 2019 and 2020 are a package deal. It was on the 20th December, two days before the Sun’s return last year that everything changed, though in reality this is something you have been preparing for, for much of the last decade. The 20th December saw Saturn not only return to your career sector for the first time in over a decade, but team up with Pluto for the first time here in our lifetime. With Pluto here until 2024 and Saturn until December 2020, this is the start of the three most powerful professional years on record. With Jupiter joining them at the end of next year, 2020 is set to be the pinnacle year. What makes this so game changing is the makeup of Saturn and Pluto, who last came together from 1982 to 1985. Pluto is the planet of change and revolution and Saturn of structure. Pluto brings the will to change and Saturn brings the power to move mountains if you have to. Together for three years that gives you a lot of time to work on things. While this is the start of a three year journey, there will be a lot of support throughout the year. Along with the Sun, who is here until the 20th January, Venus is here until the 18th January and Mercury will move through from the 11th January to the 1st February. Together they are focused on both getting this new professional year up to speed and in getting this powerful new three year period on track and moving in the right direction. This is the point where Saturn and Pluto take over and here for three years, the focus shifts from a sprint to a marathon. However, Mars will change everything when he not only moves through your career sector from the 18th March to the 16th May, but returns for a double dip visit from the 13th August to the 11th September. While Pluto and Saturn are here for the long haul, Mars is a planet that likes to make things happen now, so these will be very active months, with the potential for game changing developments. Things are a lot more tame on the job front, though throughout the most active months of the year for work and job matters, this will come with the full support of Mars, Saturn and Pluto on the career front. That period runs from Ceres’ return to your work sector on the 28th June to the Sun’s departure on the 23rd September.
With the South Node in your career sector from May 2017 until the 7th November 2018, there are a few things this guarantees. The first is that there will be continual momentum and a gravitational pull in the right direction. As well as giving you a clear sense of professional direction, this also gives you access to untapped professional potential. As the lunar nodes are the force behind all eclipses, this means you will have two eclipses on the career front this year, with both creating the potential for unexpected and fateful developments. The final thing this guarantees is that while the South Node is constantly drawing things in the right direction and is constantly giving you access to untapped professional potential, when there are planets in your career sector they will act as triggers. As you move into 2018 there has been no planetary activity in your career sector since the South Node returned last May, so there is a powder keg of untapped potential just waiting for the right trigger. And you won’t have to wait for long, with Venus’ return on the 18th January triggering a short, sharp period of planetary activity that will jump start your professional year. Venus is only here from the 18th January to the 11th February, but she will do her best to fuel your professional confidence, attract opportunities and steer things in a lucrative direction. This will be backed up by the Sun’s return from the 20th January to the 19th February and Mercury’s return from the 1st February to the 18th February. From Venus’ return on the 18th January to the Sun’s departure on the 19th February is a period of just 32 days, almost the shortest annual update possible. However, a solar eclipse on the 16th February will turn this short, sharp jumpstart of this new professional year into the potential for some major new beginnings and some serious momentum. This should be the point where the South Node is on its own until leaving, except Mars has other ideas. Mars will move through your career sector from the 16th May to the 13th August and again from the 11th September to the 16th November. With the South Node here until the 7th November, they will spend a lot of time together. Mars will also be here when a total lunar eclipse on the 28th July could be a major catalyst. In the meantime, work and job matters, which had dominated over the last two years, take a backseat. Mars only left in December 2017, so there is plenty of momentum to carry things until Venus reaches your work sector on the 7th August. Unlike their rush through your career sector in the early part of the year, things will take longer to play out on the work front. From Venus’ return on the 7th August to Ceres’ departure on the 12th November, you have just over three months. Remembering all the while that Mars will be active on the career front for much of that time.
In terms of what kind of professional year to expect they don’t come much bigger than this. Not only do you have lucky Jupiter in your work sector until the 9th November but Neptune, in your career sector since 2012 is having his best year yet. This is partly because of the support from Jupiter on the job front and partly because Chiron will be gone for much of the year and you will no longer be hindered by old baggage. Jupiter only returned to your work sector in October 2017, so is still in his early months when you move into the New Year. Jupiter will always have a lot of support in the early and later part of his journey and at the start of the year that early support is still playing out. By the time you move into the New Year the Sun, Mercury and Venus have already been and gone but Mars, who only returned in December, is here until the 27th January. This is giving work and job matters a serious push in the first four weeks of the year, after which it will become more about the journey. However, the timing couldn’t be better, for with Venus returning to your career sector on the 11th February, this gives you just a few weeks for work and job matters to settle, before new career developments start opening up. Jupiter will spend from the 9th March to the 11th July in retrograde motion, making this a period of going back over old ground. From Venus’ return to your career sector from the 11th February to the Sun’s departure on the 28th April, you will have all the resources needed to exploit all the potential on the career front and to gain a clear sense of professional direction. With Chiron leaving your career sector from the 17th April to the 26th September, this clears the way for Jupiter and Neptune to work together. Jupiter, planet of luck and expansion is working to create job growth, while Neptune is focused on your professional dreams, together making a remarkable team. It’s not until Venus returns to your work sector on the 9th September, two months to the day before Jupiter is due to leave that the push will begin to bring things home. That push will be extensive, with both Venus and Mercury making not one but two visits. Venus will move through your work sector from the 9th September to the 1st November and Mercury from the 10th October to the 31st October. With Jupiter leaving on the 9th November, right in the middle of the Sun’s visit, from the 24th October to the 22nd November, Venus and Mercury will be on hand to make those final weeks count. However, Mercury will return for a double dip visit from the 2nd December to the 13th December and Venus from the 3rd December to the 8th January 2019, both after Jupiter has moved on. Not only will they help to bring Jupiter’s 13 month visit home, but will return after he’s gone in order to exploit as much untapped job potential as possible.
After three extremely busy years the focus dials back on both the job and career fronts this year, but to a point where there is still plenty of momentum, but a much easier pace. It was only on the 20th December 2017 that Saturn left your work sector, wrapping up a three year visit that was as hard as it needed to be, but as easy as a Saturn transit can be. Saturn is the hard taskmaster of the cosmos and he would have kept you busy. However, an alignment with Uranus in your career sector for much of that time and especially in the final year, also ensured that there was the potential for professional growth. With Saturn gone that relentless drive and need to have your work hat on 24/7 is gone, but not the potential this created. You will need to have your work hat on from the get go this year, but considering the brutal pace of the last three years, you can literally crawl into the new professional year if you wanted to. Mercury is on his own in your work sector, but having just turned direct in late December he’s moving at a crawl. At the same time, with Uranus in retrograde motion in your career sector until turning direct on the 3rd January, he’s not even at a crawl, but at a complete standstill. Make the most of this quiet start to the year, for it won’t last. Mercury will leave your work sector on the 11th January and for the first time in over three years there will be no planets there. However, that is just temporary, with Mars returning from the 27th January to the 18th March. Mars is a planet that makes things happen and gets things done and with Saturn having just wrapped up a three year visit, he will be working to exploit every possible advantage. It is after Mars leaves that work and job matters will operate on momentum alone, until some major developments later in the year. It is while Mars is still in your work sector that things will start moving on the career front and they will take over from where he leaves off. There is not a lot of planetary activity on the career front this year, but definitely enough to create all the momentum you need. It starts with Mercury’s return on the 6th March and will end with his departure on the 14th May. However, a lot will happen during his extended visit. It is during that time that the Sun and Venus will move through and Mercury himself will spend time in retrograde motion. On the 16th May, just two days after Mercury leaves Uranus and here since 2010, he will also leave. Uranus will return on the 7th November and the timing couldn’t be better, but it leaves you with a chance to step right back into the middle months of the year, in order to let things play out. Then, in early November everything will change. Not only will Uranus retrograde back in for a final few months in your career sector, before leaving for good next March, but on the 9th November, just two days later, Jupiter will return to your work sector. This will kick off your luckiest and most expansive year for job growth in over a decade. This is when you’ll look back and see Saturn’s three year visit as the training ground that it was.
As far as professional years go, they don’t come much bigger than this or as game changing. Nothing you have experienced in the past can prepare you for what this year holds or what this year will open the door to, for quite frankly there has never been a year like this before. The planets operate in cycles. From the Sun, Venus and Mercury’s return to the same area of your chart once a year, to Mars’ once every two years, Jupiter’s every 12 years and Saturn’s every 30 years, these are the predictable cycles that we can expect. What is happening on both the work and career fronts this year doesn’t fit into those cycles, for on both fronts you have developments this year that are in the once in a lifetime category. Yet this is set to become your new normal, for many years to come. To start with all new developments are on the job front and this is still very new. You have had Pluto, planet of change and revolution in your work sector since 2008, so he has become part of the wallpaper, with an ongoing need for change, growth and evolution. Everything changed on the 20th December 2017, just two days before the Sun also returned, with Saturn returning for his first visit in three decades. You have had Saturn in your work sector before and he will return in another three decades, but you have never and will never have Saturn and Pluto together here at the same time and that changes everything. Pluto has been working towards change, growth and evolution for nearly a decade now, while Saturn returns to give you the power to move mountains if you have to. Together anything is possible and they will work together for the next three years. With Jupiter returning later next year, this expansive three year period will only get better over the years. Starting the year with the Sun, Venus, Saturn and Pluto in your work sector means you have support for this powerful new year on the job front. While Mercury will return from the 11th January to the 1st February, Saturn and Pluto will be on their own once he leaves. Yet Mars will also move through from the 18th March to the 16th May and then again from the 13th August to the 11th September, ensuring there is plenty of support throughout the year. With such a massive year for job growth and change, you would expect that this would bode well for the planetary activity on the career front this year. With no major planetary activity on the career front for many years now, it is expected that this would be more back up for work and job matters and a short chance to get career matters up to speed. But as I said, there are game changing and once in a lifetime developments on the career front as well. The most active weeks on the career front run from Venus’ return to your career sector on the 31st March to Mercury’s departure on the 30th May, a period that is unremarkable and the normal that you would expect in any year. However, everything changes with Uranus’ return to your career sector on the 16th May, while the Sun and Mercury are still here. Apart from a short break from the 7th November to the 6th March 2019, Uranus is here until 2027. This is long after Saturn leaves your work sector in December 2020 and even after Pluto leaves in 2024. With Uranus making his first visit since 1942, just as there are once in a lifetime developments on the job front it is going to change the whole dynamics of your professional game.
On paper job and career matters look evenly balanced this year and with no major planetary activity, a fairly typical year on both fronts. However, both sides have a secret weapon or two that allows them to punch above their weight. Apart from a Full Moon in your career sector in December 2017, there has been no planetary activity there or in either of your professional houses since the middle of last year. However, you have had the South Node in your work sector since last May and that is about to have critical implications in the early weeks of the New Year. While not a planet, the South Node is providing a constant sense of direction on the job front, a pull in the right direction and sets the scene for potentially game changing eclipses. It also means that when there is planetary activity there is a huge amount of untapped job potential for them to tap into. As there has been no planetary activity since the South Node returned last May, there is a huge amount of untapped potential, with Venus able to tap into this when she returns on the 18th January. This kicks off a very short 32 day period where the Sun, Mercury and Venus will all move through at the same time and with all that untapped income potential, trigger as much as possible. It is during this period, from Venus’ return on the 18th January to the Sun’s departure on the 18th February, that a solar eclipse on the 16th February will act as a catalyst for some major new beginnings and opportunities. This is the point when all planetary activity on the job front should run its course for the year and for three months that will be the case. However, Mars will move through from the 16th May to the 13th August and then again from the 11th September to the 16th November. It is during Mars’ first visit that you will not only have a total lunar eclipse on the job front on the 28th July, with the potential for major and unexpected job developments, but developments on the career front as well. While it will only take 32 days for the Sun, Mercury and Venus to move through your work sector in the early part of the year, it will take them slightly longer to move through your career sector. It will begin with Venus’ return on the 25th April and end with the Sun’s departure on the 21st June, just under two months later. With Mars in your work sector from the 16th May to the 13th August, he will work with career forces and once they run their course, keep them moving forward as well. With the South Node leaving your work sector on the 7th November and Mars wrapping up his second visit on the 16th November, he’ll be here to bring things home and tie up loose ends after the fact. A Full Moon on the career front on the 23rd November will round this professional year off nicely.
You have the best of both worlds on the professional front this year, with some real advantages on the work and career fronts but in both cases with little effort required in return. Neptune, who has been in your work sector since 2012, is having a stunning year without doing anything more than he has already been doing. Neptune, planet of dreams and fantasies is charged with fuelling your dreams and daring you to imagine. However, it is more what is happening around Neptune this is set to make this such a good year for work and job matters and especially for following your dreams. The most obvious advantage is that you not only move into the New Year with lucky Jupiter in your income sector, but until the 29th January, Mars as well. With Jupiter in your income sector until the 9th November, they will work in tandem all year as the planets of luck and dreams, creating the potential for a stunning year on both fronts. Another reason why work and job matters are likely to fly this year, is that Chiron will be gone for much of the year. Chiron has been in your work sector since 2010 and as the wounded healer and gatekeeper to old professional demons, this has made it hard to move on. With Chiron gone from the 17th April to the 26th September and then leaving for good next February, this will clear the way for your dreams to fly. Those dreams will have plenty of support when the Sun, Mercury and Venus move through your work sector. This is a relatively short period, starting with Venus’ return on the 11th February and ending with the Sun’s departure on the 21st March. However, that is more than enough time to jumpstart things. Apart from a Full Moon in your career sector on the 2nd January, there is no planetary activity on the career front until Venus returns on the 20th May. This is much earlier in the year than things normally start to move, with the Sun not moving through until the 21st June to the 23rd July, as he does at that time every year. With Venus here until the 14th June and Mercury from the 13th June to the 29th June, they will each play their part and pass the baton onto the next planet. This is nothing out of the ordinary, but with Neptune in a good place on the work front and Jupiter in your income sector, the whole period from the 20th May to the 23rd July will be an auspicious period for income, work and career matters. This will end with just one sign that something fateful lies ahead. That sign is a solar eclipse on the 13th July. As well as creating the potential for major new beginnings, an eclipse can only fall close to the lunar nodes. This is the first clue that the North Node is drawing close to its return on the 7th November, where it will stay until May 2020. This brings the potential for fateful new beginning during 2019 and 2020, which is even more good news for Neptune on the job front.
To start with it is business as usual on both the job and career fronts, but by midyear the dynamics of your professional year will change. For your cosmic mates the response would be ‘doesn’t that happen every year’? And for the rest of us there is always change, but with Uranus in your work sector since 2010, you’ve been locked in the same pattern for years. Over the last two years this has been a mixed blessing, with Jupiter in opposition from September 2016 to October 2017, but with a massive amount of support from Saturn in your income sector, especially last year. The year starts with Uranus in retrograde motion in your work sector, things still playing out on the income front, but with no more planets in opposition. Mars, the last planet to move through a nostalgic part of your chart and into opposition with Uranus left in December. This means that work tension and job pressure of the last two years doesn’t follow you into 2018, but the momentum does. Or at least the potential for momentum, for with Uranus turning direct on the job front on the 3rd January, he and work and job matters are at a standstill as the year begins. This is giving you a valuable chance to the regroup and even after he turns direct, to find your feet, embrace the fact that there is no pressure and approach things at your own speed. Apart from a total solar eclipse in your career sector on 1st February, this professional year won’t really hit its stride until Mercury returns to your work sector on the 6th March. This will open the doors to a quick, sharp update that begins with Mercury’s return on the 6th March and will end with his departure on the 14th May. Normally here for just 15 days, it is the fact that Mercury will turn retrograde from the 23rd March to the 15th April that will keep this smart and intellectually savvy planet around for much longer. And just as well, for with Venus gone by the 31st March and the Sun by the 20th April, this will keep things in play. For on the 16th May, just two days after Mercury leaves, after eight years Uranus will also leave. He will return from the 7th November to the 6th March 2019, but only to tie up loose ends. Your professional year won’t go off the boil during that time, with Eris still keeping things ticking over on the work front and the North Node in your career sector, keeping the professional momentum going. It is the North Node that is responsible for the lunar eclipse on the career front on the 1st February and a solar eclipse on the 11th August. You also have continuous planetary activity on the career front from last September through to the 6th September. However, the most active phase on the career front will run from Venus’ return on the 14th June to Mercury’s departure on the 6th September. The solar eclipse on the 11th August will be right in the epicentre, with the potential for some major new beginnings or opportunities.
To begin with there is nothing to see on the professional front other than what you would expect to see and at the start of any year that means literally nothing to see. This is the norm, for without major planetary activity, your two professional houses are only active at certain times of the year and the early months of each year are not one of those times. The Sun moves through your work sector from the 20th April to the 21st May and through your career sector from the 23rd August to the 23rd September. Not just this year, but at the same time every year. Always has and always will as it’s a case of where the Sun goes Venus and Mercury follow, so will always be at the epicentre of the most active points of any year on the job and career fronts. There has been no major planetary activity in either of your professional houses since Jupiter left your career sector in September 2016 and from the get go it looks like it is back to the normal hum of every year. In addition, as Mars visited both your work and career sectors last year he won’t return until 2019, suggesting an even quieter than normal year on both fronts. In the case of one of your professional houses that is the case, but on the other hand everything is set to change. The area of your chart getting an ordinary update this year is your career sector. Apart from a Full Moon in your career sector on the 2nd March, the only planetary activity you have on the career front is from Ceres’ return on the 28th June to the Sun’s departure on the 23rd September. That is still an impressive nearly three month period and in light of what is happening on the job front, is more than enough to give career matters the push and momentum they need. To start with it is business as usual on the job front, with things kicking off for the year when Venus moves through your work sector from the 31st March to the 25th April. Venus will get the ball rolling this year, returning to fuel your job confidence, attract opportunities and steer things in a lucrative direction. With the Sun moving through from the 20th April to the 21st May and Mercury from the 14th May to the 30th May, things should be all over within two months. Instead, it is while the Sun and Mercury are still here that everything changes, with Uranus returning to your work sector on the 16th May, for the first time since 1942. Apart from a short break from the 7th November to the 6th March 2019, Uranus is here until 2027. This brings you to a massive new era of job growth that will continue for years. What makes the timing auspicious, is 2018 is the first of a major three year period for income growth, with the two destined to go hand in hand until Pluto leaves your income sector in 2024.
Professionally things are a lot quieter this year, but for all the right reasons. There will also be a lot less pressure, a lot of natural momentum and two distinct periods where work and career matters will each get their turn. This hasn’t been the case over the last two years, with Jupiter having only just wrapped up a 13 month visit to your career sector last October. This was a visit fraught with pressure from constant oppositions with Uranus in your home and family sector, creating a lot of professional pressure or work/life balance tension last year. Mars left your career sector in December, becoming the last planet to leave, but also the last planet to flush out any remaining balance issues. This has left you with a huge amount of momentum, but with the pressure gone that momentum will have no obstructions and nothing to slow it down. This creates a situation where all you have invested in over the last few years, could start to bear fruit and play out. However, you start the year with no planetary activity in either of your two professional houses and apart from a Full Moon in your career sector on the 1st April, it will stay that way until Venus returns to your work sector on the 25th April. This kicks off the most active months of the year on the work front, but as will be the case with career forces later in the year, there is a big surprise. For the first time in four years as the Sun, Mercury and Venus move through your work sector, which they will do from the 25th April to the 13th June, there are no planets in opposition. With Saturn having left a nostalgic part of your chart in December, he is no longer on the other side of the sky when the planets move through your work sector. With no work tension and job pressure and no roadblocks, this should be a short and productive period on the job front. It is the planets that start returning to your career sector on the 7th August however that will be in for the biggest shock. Since 2010 Uranus has been in your home and family sector and no planet has been able to move through your career sector without moving into opposition. Having to contend with professional pressure or work/life balance tension and being forced to balance your home and professional lives has been part of the deal for the last seven years. However, Uranus will leave on the 16th May and while he will return on the 7th November, most of the planets will have moved through your career sector by then. In fact, they will have all moved through, with a parade of planets moving through your career sector starting with Ceres’ return on the 6th September and ending with the Sun’s departure on the 24th October. However, Venus will do a U turn and come back for a double dip visit from the 1st November to the 3rd December. This will involve an opposition with Uranus, but just for old time’s sake and with one last chance to resolve any work/life balance issues. This is a small price to pay for a double dip visit that brings the potential for a do over.
There is something special in the way that work and career forces are working together this year, together not only covering the whole year, but keeping things going well into 2020. There will be a handoff in the early days of November, when on the 7th November the North Node will return for an 18 month visit to your work sector, just two days before Jupiter wraps up his 13 month visit to your career sector on the 9th November. There is a whole lot of year to get to before then, but it puts a different context on what would otherwise be a short period of planetary activity on the job front midyear. Jupiter only returned to your career sector in October 2017 and with Mars here until the 29th January, the year starts when the initial push is still taking place. For Mars to spend the first four weeks of the year in your career sector is an advantage on its own. As well as ensuring professional passions, a fighting and competitive spirit are fuelled from the get go, Mars is a planet that likes to get stuck in, make things happen and get things done. This is the perfect start off for Jupiter, who from the 29th January will take things from there. This is the point when it becomes more about the journey and apart from a Full Moon on the 30th April, Jupiter will be on his own until Venus returns on the 9th September. This is exactly two months before Jupiter is due to return on the 9th November, with support arriving to bring things home. With Mercury here from the 10th October to the 31st October and the Sun from the 24th October to the 22nd November, there will be more than enough support to bring things home. Yet in a twist of fate, both Mercury and Venus will return for a double dip visit. Mercury will return from the 2nd December to the 13th December and Venus from the 3rd December to the 8th January 2019. This is after Jupiter has moved on, so the focus will be on exploiting all the untapped potential and making sure no stone has been left unturned. By then there will be something special developing on the job front. That something special is the North Node’s return to your work sector on the 7th November, just two days before Jupiter leaves your career sector on the 9th November. This is a handshake between the professional gods that will shift the balance of power from career and onto work matters. The North Node is the more auspicious force behind lucky Jupiter and here until May 2020, this creates the potential for a lot of auspicious and unexpected developments. This is centred around the eclipses this will create, with a taste of things to come with a solar eclipse on the work front on the 13th July. This is right in the heart of the only planetary activity on the work front this year, which will run from Venus’ return on the 20th May to the Sun’s departure on the 23rd July. If it wasn’t for the solar eclipse on the 13th July and the fact that you have lucky Jupiter in your career sector, this would be a very ordinary annual update. Instead, it has the potential to be anything but.
This is a year of three parts as far as your career situation and professional push is concerned, while there is something very solid and steady on the job front. It was only on the 20th December 2017 that Saturn wrapped up a three year visit to your career sector, a period that has created a huge amount of momentum, while asking a huge amount from you in return. The first thing you will want to do is catch your breath and let things play out and that is exactly what you’ll get a chance to do. The Sun, Saturn and Venus all left your career sector within the five days leading up to Christmas 2017, leaving Mercury behind to tie up loose ends. Mercury’s departure on the 11th January will leave your career sector empty for the first time in over three years, giving you a chance to step back. However, Mercury won’t close the doors behind him and this is still very much a work in progress, with this more a chance to catch your breath. For until Mars moves through, you haven’t even begun to exploit the potential from the last three years. Mars will move through from the 27th January to the 18th March and expect a lot to happen in that time. There will be no planetary activity on the career front from Mars’ departure on the 27th January to Mercury’s return on the 31st October, so a planet that normally works to make things happen and get things done, will be doubly committed this year. Things might go quiet on the career front, but there is still plenty of momentum on the job front. With the North Node in your work sector until the 7th November, there is a natural current in effect on the job front, as well as continuous planetary activity. While only a dwarf planet, in your work sector until the 28th June, Ceres will keep things ticking over until Venus returns on the 14th June, taking over from where her sister planet leaves off. This will kick off a more active period that will begin with Venus’ return on the 14th June and end with Mercury’s departure on the 6th September. It is during that period that a solar eclipse on the 11th August will tap into the element of fate the North Node brings in to play, with the potential for major new beginnings and fateful developments. It is during the early days of November that something stunning takes place, all in a 48 hour period. It starts with the North Node’s departure from your work sector on 7th November, but is followed less than 24 hours later by Jupiter’s return to your career sector on the 9th November. A year that began with Saturn’s three year visit having just wrapped up, ends with your biggest and most opportune year for career growth and expansion in over a decade underway. By this point, it will be clear that Saturn’s three year visit was the three year professional boot camp needed to prepare you for Jupiter’s opportunities. Once Jupiter arrives, support will continue to flood in for the rest of the year.