Aries – Monthly Love Horoscope for July 2019
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Things took a romantic turn in the latter days of June and this is a trend that will continue this month, in cascading degrees. At the start of the month the asteroid Juno and Mercury, the planet of communication are still in their early days in your romantic sector and as the only planets here, this is a small amount of focus when you consider the weight of influence in other areas of your chart. If this was it, then this would be considered a small romantic swing. Yet considering there has been no planetary activity on the romantic front since last September, any kind of swing is an advantage. It is just 48 hours into the month that there is a significant shift in weight towards all things romantic. The game changer is Mars’ return on 2nd July, with his first visit in two years likely to really fire up your romantic passions and fighting spirit. Here for the rest of the month and into August, Mars will stay on as Mercury comes and goes, as the Sun returns on 23rd July and Venus, the planet of love on 28th July. By the end of the month, the lukewarm conditions at the start of the month will have become steaming hot. As each planet returns and the heat goes up, this will also see the support from forces on the adventurous front increase, with a potent cocktail of romance, passion and adventure taking hold. It is Mercury’s retrograde turn here on 8th July that will open the doors to the past and second chances, while fuelling a sense of romantic nostalgia. While Mercury will retrograde back out on 19th July, he will return early next month to become part of a team that will include the Sun and both Venus and Mars, the planets of love and passion. A New Moon on 1st August will take everything building this month and use it as a stepping stone to even more romantic developments next month. The romantic drought of the first six months of 2019 is over.