September will be a period of intense connections laced with self-realizations, and growth. Your ruler, Saturn, goes direct at the beginning of the month which allows all these understandings to come your way. You will experience the death and rebirth of cycles with gross intensity as the Earth experiences the autumnal equinox on September 23rd. If you are looking for a sign, then look no further than your self. Prepare for this sign to open up your eyes, life is demanding, without understanding.
Everything you experience on the outside is a mirror reflection on the outside—as above so below. This month is full of eclipses that will bring to light the darkness and expose cobwebs that need to be cleaned out. The super full moon on September 28th will be a fabulous time to throw a party or go on a short road trip. Navigate throughout the month with small amounts of caution and a lot of spontaneity. Try to cut back on the caffeine this month; too much coffee can cause a latte problems.
Your dreamy and ethereal nature will come into play this month. You are a sign represented by two fish, swimming in opposite directions that find a way to balance each other out. If you’ve been feeling out of sync, then this month will bring you back up to par. You’re one of the most romantic signs in the zodiac, so after September 6th your charming nature will be on, like Donkey Kong. Make sure to go outside and enjoy September 28th, for this is a time to reap rewards.
You are one of the most passionate and intense signs, Aries. Your fiery nature may have been put on the back burner as of late and a lot of that has to do with Venus in retrograde. It goes direct on September 6th and this will be the spark you need back in your life. Your coals did not go out, they were smoldering beneath the ash. Once the wind of change hits your sails your half mast will rise, just like the phoenix.
Your sign is down to earth and grounded, and other people come to you because of this fine trait, Taurus. September 13th marks a good time to recharge your batteries so you can help those that need you most. You’re having a great start to your autumn, expect this to be a time that will rejuvenate your spirit. Near the end of the month on September 28th, this will be a time that is perfectly balanced. The amount of darkness and light on this day is highlighted with a super full moon in Aries and shadowed by a total lunar eclipse.
Communication will take the forefront of this monthly lunar adventure. If you’re always talking, then it may serve you well to learn the other side of the dialogue. Venus has been retrograde since July 25th and goes direct on September 6th. If your relationships have taken a nose dive lately then they will be coming up for air for quite awhile. All this training you’ve been doing is finally going to come into fruition and you will be tested. On July 28th, clear out the cobwebs in order to make room for innovative prospects.
Some people may describe you as, “too emotional.” This just means that you are in tune to your feelings, and to you they are reality. The seasons change and so do situations, so if there are things you’re willing to let go, now is the perfect time to do so. A lot of connections this month will help you remember where you came from and where you’re going. If your path is off route, enjoy the detour and get back on track. A total lunar eclipse on the 28th will expose the shadows of your subconscious so tune into whatever is presented.
The lessons of your birth month are going to be reincarnating throughout the year. Right now though, you’re wondering, “Is this it?” Well, If you want something you’ve never had, then you’re going to have to do something you’ve never done before.The fork in the road may seem like an all or nothing scenario but that’s far from the truth. Divine fireworks are being lit and getting ready to express their eye opening messages. You just have to get your head out of the sand and look up at the sky to see it.
Ah, Virgo. The end of summer is marked by the beginning and end of your sign. This cyclical period is no coincidence and so the beginning of the end of summer must start with none other than yourself. The new moon on September 13th marks a triumphant time to put yourself in the dark and create the light in which you wish to see throughout the rest of the upcoming autumnal equinox. Creation is the fire beneath the spirit of humanity, hone into this energy, and manifest destiny.
As the Sun moves into your sign, there will be a lot of dramatics happening. The autumnal equinox is a time of death and rebirth. Less than a week later, on September 28th, there will be a total lunar eclipse of the heart. Well, turn around, bright eyes. That feeling of living in the dark and occupying a powder keg that could go off at any moment will be put on the back burner as the world turns into a favorable time of all things you. This is a refresher, the first course of many splendiferous meals.
Saturn is in Scorpio, it leaves, it comes back, it leaves, it comes back. It’s all a little repetitive, don’t you think? Well this time,Saturn is finally making the move and saying, “sayonara.” The celestial giant is sluggishly making its way into Sagittarius and won’t return to your sign for another twenty nine years. A breath of fresh air is coming but not until September 17th. Until that time you may experience skeletons falling out of the closet. A good way to deal with them is to either get rid of them, or turn yourself in.
A lot of changes have been happening lately and you’ve been acclimating to them quite well. Saturn, a major planetary player is moving into your sign this month and it’s up to you if you’ll be making it pay the proverbial rent. The Harvest Moon on September 28th marks an especially fruitful time for you. This is the perfect opportunity to lasso that which you’ve been chasing and to be really specific with your needs.
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