Cancer horoscope in July
Every once in a while comes a near-perfect month so that you can totally have fun in every way. It is as if the twinkling stars in the night sky will twinkle just for you, and their task is simply to make you happy. Cancer has recently faced a number of planetary challenges over the past several years that other signs haven’t had to experience, so I’m very happy to report that this month will be a big change from all of that – you’re set to have a glorious month. The most popular of this sweet doesn’t come around often, so find ways to make the most of all the good things coming your way.
July begins with the peach of a new moon in Cancer, 7 degrees, which is meant to be your annual birthday gift from a loving scientist. He actually fell on June 28th but will be going strong for the next several weeks. This new moon will have support from Uranus, so you may get unexpected good news from a friend or group you belong to.
Meanwhile, Jupiter still shines like a beacon at the top of your chart, your solar 10th house of honors, awards, and accomplishments, making 2022 and part of 2023 career rewarding years for all the hard work you’ve already done in your career. If you have an important meeting coming up this month, you will find that your reputation precedes you. The person you’re meeting will already be a fan, so you won’t have to spend a lot of time talking about your past experience – the important person you’re going to meet already knows your background. That’s why this person called you in the first place.
Fortunately, this new moon in Cancer is not only about your career, but about all areas of your life. Cancer New Moon has a special focus on your home and family, which indicates that you will have plenty of time to devote to those you love, and when you do, you will enjoy being together. This new moon will also help you achieve other goals, the ones you can choose, as the new moon in your sign always allows you to decide how best to direct its energies.
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