The Sky Today, September 18, 2021

At 2:14 a.m.: The moon is conjunct Jupiter, and the moon void of course begins

In the pre-dawn hours, the Aquarius moon aligns with Jupiter, a magnanimous influence. Despite our independent and forward-thinking attitude, we are equally aware that what we wish to accomplish can’t be achieved alone. To this end, we aim to use our leadership potential to inspire others to see what is possible. This is a transit of idealism and generosity—not pipe dreams. We are seeking humanitarian solutions to issues that affect our communities at large, and must use our popularity to appeal to a range of personalities if we expect to galvanize them towards change. 

At 5:55 a.m.: The moon is inconjunct the sun

In the morning, the Aquarius moon forms an awkward quincunx to the Virgo sun. We find it challenging to reconcile the needs of our emotions and ego. Do we seek detachment or control? Freedom or order? Which approach will help us find stability and stave off anxiety?  Remember, the moon is void at this hour, and we should be reflective instead of action-oriented. Nagging considerations that pop into our periphery as soon as we seem to hit our stride are really invitations to better assess our motivations, so try to be as present as possible. There is no rush to the finish line, and being in the moment will help us make proper choices. 

Your Horoscope for Today