Scorpio Forecast for 2021: Money
Because the lunar nodes returned to your two money houses in May 2020 and will remain there until January 2022, even during times of the year when there is no planetary activity the wheels will still be moving on both sides of the financial fence. While the North Node is more focused on providing a sense of financial direction from its position in your financial sector and the South Node on untapped income potential from its position in your income sector they also police a balance between money coming in and money going out. The lunar nodes are the point in the heavens where the Earth's orbit around the Sun is intersected by the Moon's orbit around the Earth and because of that, they determine where the eclipses will fall.
For that reason, there will be a total lunar eclipse in your income sector on 26th May, a total solar eclipse on 4th December and a solar eclipse in your financial sector on 10th June. These are eclipse points, when the potential building behind the scenes on both sides of the financial fence can come to fruition or to a head, turning and/or tipping point. For the most part though, unless there is planetary activity in either of your two money houses the lunar nodes operate in the background. However, while that will be the case on the financial side of the fence, with things only becoming active from Mars return on 5th March to Venus' departure on 3rd June, there is planetary activity in your income sector throughout 2021, suggesting this could be a lucrative year.
The year begins with Venus, the planet of money and the dwarf planet Ceres in your income sector. While Venus will leave on 9th January and this will get the year off to a potentially lucrative start, a retrograde turn will keep Ceres here until 15th November. With Venus coming full circle on 8th October and continuous planetary activity then through to Mars' departure in January 2022, there is wall to wall coverage. While Ceres is more focused on maintaining a clear sense of your income needs and priorities, with the South Node providing continuous access to untapped income potential and a series of eclipses throughout the year, that will be enough to keep the momentum going.