Leo 23 Jul - 22 Aug
As the eclipse season gets underway
and Jupiter changes sign, we are in one
of the most significant months of the year.
Jupiter moves from Virgo to Libra on 09
September. Jupiter takes twelve years to
travel the twelve signs of the zodiac, spending
approximately one year in each sign. With Jupiter in Libra
until October 2017, this would be a good time for you to seek
new ways to expand your mind and to reach out to others. Make an extra effort to communicate your thoughts and feelings. Studying, especially short courses is an area where you can prosper and make new connections. It is also likely that you’ll benefit from travel, particularly short trips, whether for work, study or pleasure. Therefore, make the most of opportunities to get out and about. There is a good chance you may bump into someone important while on a journey.
There are two eclipses this month. A North Node solar eclipse in Virgo on 01 September and a South Node lunar eclipse in Pisces on 16 September. Eclipses are considered to be harbingers of change. Since Virgo and Pieces are the two money zones of your solar chart, September’s eclipses could turn out to have financial implications.
A North Node solar eclipse in Virgo on 01 September suggests that you need to focus on your own resources, financial and otherwise. This would be a good time to get your financial house in order and look for new sources of income to boost your bank balance.
The South Node lunar eclipse on 16 September falls in Pisces, the area of your solar chart associated with, amongst other things, the resources, possessions and finances of others and so is a little more complicated. This autumn could mark a turning point, perhaps a situation arises where you have to seriously consider reassessing your obligations and interconnectedness with others, especially those situations that involve emotional, commercial or financial ties.
North Node eclipses are different from South Node eclipses. The North Node acts like a sign post, pointing to the way forward, where opportunity beckons. The South Node on the other hand represents a point of release, of letting go, the past and situations that may be habitual, familiar or sometimes represents the path of least resistance. Since the lunar eclipse on 16 September falls near the South Node, this suggests they are certain areas of you’re life where you need to let go, to free yourself from the commitments and restrictions, especially those where financial and emotional obligations overlap. This is a time to reduce and simplify your commitments and obligations, especially if there are strings attached.