September 1: Vivid Dreams

September 1: Vivid Dreams

The moon enters Pisces at 2:34 a.m., and moon void of course ends

Mercury is trine Pluto Rx at 3:42 a.m.

September opens with the moon’s early morning shift into soulful Pisces. At this point, the moon void of course ends, which opens up the day for possibilities and new beginnings. The lunar mood will be insular and contemplative for the next two days, and we may feel more like daydreaming than being industrious.

About an hour later, Mercury forms an earth trine aspect with Pluto in resolute Capricorn. This stable and robust connection links our thoughts and communications to Pluto’s transformational energies, creating an opportunity to converse and effectively strategize today. Pluto in Capricorn is slowly reworking the foundations of our lives and society at large, so our conversations may productively center around these themes. Mercury—powerfully placed in analytical Virgo—optimizes organization and helps steer us toward useful outcomes.

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A full moon in Pisces at 10:22 p.m.

The moon is sextile Uranus Rx at 11:04 p.m.

After Tuesday’s early morning aspects, the rest of the day is cosmically quiet until the late-night full moon in Pisces. This bright and luminous full moon will be visible all night, casting an otherworldly glow that adds a sparkle to the evening landscape. This full moon heightens emotions, intuition, compassion, and potent dream imagery. This lunation also symbolizes culmination and growth in the area of life Pisces connects to in our birth charts. Those with major Pisces placements may feel the power of this moon most potently, shining a light on their sense of self and identity.

Soon after, the Pisces moon drifts further along on its nocturnal passage to form a sextile with electric Uranus in Taurus. The late hours are poised to hold flashes of divinatory insight, and vivid dreams that contain messages from deep within our soul.

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All the aspects mentioned are calculated in Standard Pacific Time, for greater accuracy please adjust to your own location