Hello Leos! Well, how was August? I did promise a good month, and trust it was. Onward now into September with Saturn in your sign, head to head with Neptune in Aquarius, and squaring up to Jupiter over in Scorpio. Well, I did tell you September would be interesting! Saturn, the stern caring parent eyeball to eyeball with deep, dark, brooding Neptune. Just like a caring Dad eyeing his darling daughter’s latest Goth styled boyfriend with purple hair and multiple piercings. It could all be ok, but…. a lot of potential for blitzkrieg. Neptune is idealistic and inspired, but can also be devious and manipulative. Look out then for conflicts, where conservative meets radical; risk meets safe havens, age meets youth. Got the idea? Culture clashes are in the air. Interesting enough for you so far?
In addition to all that, there are the two eclipses to help promote the celestial theatre.
Full Moons are symbolic of fulfillment, fruition, and success. This logically is followed by harvest and enjoyment. An eclipsed full Moon will have a strong influence over progress from fruition to harvest. In any life cycle, every end has a new beginning, and so it is with the Moon. The demise of the full Moon is followed by the dormant period of the dark Moon and then the new Moon dawns on the 22nd. Coinciding with that dawn is the annular eclipse of the Sun. The Moon places itself up front, crying “Me, Me, Me!!” at the Sun as they move into conjunct alignment. How can such a cry be ignored? Unlikely it will be.
I feel that for Leos, the Moon’s demise will see some drama, with Leo pride having just a little to do with the production. Drama does not however imply tragedy. Remember love stories can be dramatic, as can everyday home life or work days.
There’s an interesting bit of activity on the sidelines, although it will for some people provide considerable excitement in their lives. Friendly co-operative Venus is making a friendly trine with volatile Pluto. This is interesting because it’s a bit like Tom and Jerry on a peace pact. Fragile, and amusing to watch from the sidelines. If this comes to pass in your life, just think….” Mum! I’m on TV!”…and try to enjoy the fun. Most of all enjoy September!