September 6: Bold and Impulsive
Venus enters Leo at 12:22 a.m.
The moon enters Taurus at 1:43 a.m., and moon void of course ends
The moon is square Venus at 1:52 a.m.
Overnight Venus, the planet of love, attraction, and luxury, leaves tender Cancer and enters courageous Leo. Venus will be in this fixed fire sign until October 2, heating passions and stoking creativity. The planet of love may make us bolder and more impulsive in matters of the heart while configured to be in harmony with warrior Mars in Aries. Venus is also out of the intense opposition to Jupiter, Saturn, and Pluto in stern Capricorn, finally lifting some of the tension in our relationships.
Soon after, the moon leaves volatile Aries to enter the steady ground of Taurus. At this point, the moon void of course ends, and the day is primed for new commitments and initiatives. The moon is exalted in Taurus, meaning the next two days’ emotional tone will be generous, grounded, and more reflective.
Minutes later, the moon in dependable Taurus forms a square aspect with its planetary ruler, Venus, in proud Leo. Moon/Venus squares tend to amplify our urges and promote indulgence, and this square may be especially decadent. The moon in Taurus inspires us to nourish ourselves, and recharge our energies after the active Aries moon, while Venus in Leo hungers for drama and celebration. This square happens overnight, which may encourage a late-night party, or inspire us to stay in bed extra-long Sunday morning.
The moon is conjunct Uranus Rx at 11:00 p.m.
The rest of Sunday is cosmically quiet, until the late-night moon/Uranus conjunction in abundant Taurus. This aspect may add a sudden jolt of intuition, insight, or may evoke an offbeat emotional state. We may experience a surprise or an unexpected disruption to an otherwise calm evening. It’s unlikely to be anything harsh or negative, but an unusual occurrence may challenge us to adapt or innovate.
All the aspects mentioned are calculated in Standard Pacific Time, for greater accuracy please adjust to your own location