Cancer predictions 2020 month by month
Last year was a banner social year. By now, most of you should be either married or involved in a serious relationship. All of you increased your social sphere. This positive social trend continues in 2020 – even more so for those of you born later in the sign (after 15th July).
You late Cancerians are still in the social honeymoon stage. You earlier Cancerians (born before 15th July) have to work harder to make your relationships and partnerships work. Your social life is active, important and good – you are seeing the price tag on it but you seem willing to pay it.
Two long-term and powerful planets are in your 8th House this year.
Thus this is a year for looking at the deeper side of life; for dealing with addictions, undesirable cravings, sexual attitudes and your feelings about to death.
It is a year where great psychological progress is made.
It is a year for re-inventing yourself along the lines of who you want to be.
It is a year for taking dross and making gold out of it. It is a year where you prosper by helping others to prosper, where you put the financial interests of others ahead of your own. More about this later on.
Most of you will experience at least one eclipse in your 3rd House this year. (Those born early in the sign – 21st to 26th June – will have one in your 3rd and 4th Houses; those born later in the sign will have one in your 2nd and 3rd Houses.)
This shows big changes in relations with siblings, intellectual interests, and in your local neighbourhood. Your taste in reading is likely to change.
The neighbourhood in which you live is undergoing deep and radical changes – perhaps a big construction project that ties up traffic for a time.
A new car or new communication equipment is coming to you, as the eclipse reveals flaws in your present equipment.
There are also two eclipses in your 9th House of Religion and Philosophy, showing seething upheavals in these areas. The agnostic turns religious.
Those who are already religious modify some of their beliefs. Flaws in your personal philosophy are brought to the surface for re-invention. Those of you in higher education could change the university you attend, and those of you not attending might suddenly decide to enrol.