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September 14, 2021: Sun Transit in Virgo: September 17, 2021: Sun and Mars Conjunction in Virgo: September 17, 2021: Jupiter and Saturn Conjunction in Capricorn: September 18, 2021: Full Moon Day: September 20, 2021: Mercury Transit in Libra: September 22, 2021: Mercury Retrograde in Libra and Virgo: September 27, 2021. According to Libra Horoscope 2021, On 6 April 2021, the transit of Jupiter will take place in the zodiac sign Aquarius, because of which you will receive success in your efforts of switching jobs. The new job opportunity will definitely prove to be better than your old one. This phase of the Moon occurs at 28 degrees and 14 minutes of Pisces, affecting people born with personal planets and points at approximately 24 to 30 degrees of the Mutable signs (Gemini, Virgo, Sagittarius, and Pisces) and 0 to 2 degrees of the Cardinal signs (Aries, Cancer, Libra, and Capricorn) most significantly. ‌Career Horoscope 2021 talks about how your professional life will turn out to be in the upcoming year. Find out which zodiac signs need to remain careful on the professional front in 2021 and which ones would climb the ladder of success. Full Moons 2021 & New Moons 2021, Moon Phases Astrology Calendar. Full Moons & New Moons in 2021, Calendar of Full Moons and New Moons 2021 - 2022 - Seek and meet people born on the same date as you. AstroSeek, Free Horoscopes and charts 2021 Astro-Seek.com.

The Pisces full moon on Wednesday, September 2, 2020, is positively linked to Uranus. So full moon September 2020 brings personal freedom, positive change, and exciting events.

The September 2020 full moon also activates a lucky star that brings new friends. So this is an excellent full moon to break the boredom and relieve stress caused by long term restrictions and frustrations.

Full Moon Meaning

Sun opposite Moon brings your home, family, and intimate relationships into sharper focus for the following two weeks of this moon phase. Opposing forces such as work versus home, or what you need versus what you want, create inner tension and external pressures. This can lead to conflict and crises that drain your energy.

September 14 2021 Full Moon Astrology

The lunar qualities of emotions and instincts reach their peak at a full moon. So use your increased emotional strength and intuition to overcome any relationship challenges. Subconscious awareness allows for an impartial and balanced look at your personal relationships. You will clearly see any relationship dynamics or negative feelings causing disharmony.

Full Moon September 2020 Astrology

The September 2 full moon at 10°12′ Pisces is very well placed. As shown in the chart below it is sextile Uranus by less than half a degree. Full moon September 2020 is also within orb of a very fortunate fixed star. Omens in vedic astrology.

Full Moon Aspect

Full Moon sextile Uranus brings greater personal freedom, stimulating encounters, and exciting events. A lowering of inhibitions makes you more open to change and you may actively seek it out. This is a good moon phase for trying something new in your domestic routine or personal life.

You should feel comfortable expressing the more unique side of your personality. Chance encounters may lead to instant attraction and new friendships.

Flashes of insight and stronger intuition can guide you in making quick decisions. Follow your instincts to make the most of new opportunities. Full moon September 2020 is also good for breaking old habits and replacing them with something new.

Full

Mars Square Saturn

Venus square Mars, Venus opposite Saturn and Mars square Saturn point to anger, frustration, disappointments, and delays in relation to your love life and finances.

Mars square Saturn stays within a three-degree orb from August 15 to October 9. This is because Mars is slowing down as it gets ready to station retrograde on September 9.

This means the impatience and frustration caused by the restrictions of desires is a deep-seated, long term issue that has been building for weeks. Venus triggers this on the day of the full moon so there is a risk of damage to a love relationship or your bank balance if you lose your patience.

September 14 2021 Full Moon Astrology

So let your intuition guide you and look for opportunities to make positive changes. Good luck is at hand if you let go of old grudges and stubbornness.

Lucky Star

Full Moons 2021 Astrology

Fixed star Skat at 09°09′ Pisces is of the nature of Saturn and Jupiter (dignified, pious, conservative, acquisitive, retentive). It gives good fortune and lasting happiness1 and also indicates safety in a deluge.2

  • Moon conjunct Skat: New and influential friends, associated with companies, public position but little prominence, valuable gifts, love of respectable women.1

Full Moon September 2020 [Stellarium]

Although the September 2 full moon is in the Sign of Pisces, the image above shows that is lies within the Constellation of Aquarius.

Due to the precession of the equinoxes, the Sun Signs are almost a whole Sign out of alignment with the Constellations from which they were named over 2000 years ago.

The September 2 full moon lasts for two weeks up to the September 17 new moon. If the full moon directly impacts your horoscope decan you can read about it in your monthly horoscope. For more detail about how it affects your natal chart see full moon transits.

September 14 2021 Full Moon Astrology Predictions

  • Previous Moon Phase: New Moon August 18, 2020
  • Next Moon Phase: New Moon September 17, 2020
Full Moon September 2020 Times and Dates
  • Los Angeles – September 1, 10:22 pm
  • New York – September 2, 1:22 am
  • London – September 2, 6:22 am
  • Delhi – September 2, 10:52 am
  • Sydney – September 2, 3:22 pm
References
  1. Fixed Stars and Judicial Astrology, George Noonan, 1990, p.51.

September 2021 Moon Details

The Full Moon for this month will occur on Monday, September 20th. The New Moon is earlier in the month on Tuesday, September 7th.

January 2021 Full Moon Astrology

September's Full Moon

September’s full moon is known as the Full Harvest Moon, as it is the full moon that is closest to the fall equinox. In the northern hemisphere, the Full Harvest Moon rises very soon after sunset, providing plenty of bright light for farmers harvesting their summer crops. September’s full moon is so well-known for its luminosity and brilliance that certain Native American tribes even named it the Big Moon. The Full Harvest Moon holds major cultural significance in many different communities, who spend this full moon not just celebrating the fall harvest, but also the moon itself.

The most widely known tradition associated with the Full Harvest Moon is the Mid-Autumn Festival, celebrated by Chinese communities all around the world. It is also known as the Mooncake Festival. On the full moon night of the eighth lunar month, people gather with friends and family to admire the brilliant full moon while eating mooncakes and drinking tea. Mooncakes are a rich pastry traditionally filled with sweet bean paste or lotus seed paste, and sometimes even include salted egg yolks. The sweet osmanthus flower also blooms during this time, and is often used in teas and the reunion wine drunk when visiting with family. It is a common tradition to celebrate by carrying brightly colored lanterns, so you can often enjoy the beautiful sight of lanterns hanging in front of buildings or in parks, or sky lanterns floating towards the full moon.

There are many other variations on the Mid-Autumn Festival throughout Asia, including Vietnam and other Southeast Asian countries. The Japanese celebrate this full moon with the Tsukimi tradition (which literally means moon-viewing in Japanese), where people prepare offerings to the moon and eat round tsukimi dango, or rice dumplings. In Korea, this full moon is celebrated as Chuseok, which is one of Korea’s most major holidays, similar to Thanksgiving. People travel back to their hometowns for reunions with their family and tend to their ancestors’ graves. Traditional activities include exchanging gifts, playing folk games, drinking rice wine, and eating songpyeon, which is a rice cake shaped like a half-moon.

For most of the cultures that celebrate variants of the Mid-Autumn Festival, the desserts eaten during this festival are made using fruits, nuts, and grains harvested during this season. Similarly, the Full Harvest Moon is called the Nut Moon by the Cherokee tribes, who gather all sorts of nuts to make nut bread, which is eaten during harvest festivals such as the Ripe Corn Festival. During this moon, Native American tribes pay respects to Mother Earth for her generosity in providing food for her children, including corn and other staple foods.

February Full Moon 2021 Astrology

Chinese communities, on the other hand, spend the Mid-Autumn Festival worshipping the Moon Goddess, Chang’e. According to legends about Chang’e, there used to be ten suns in the sky, which caused drought and suffering throughout the land. Houyi, a talented archer, shot down nine of the suns to save the world, and was rewarded with the position of emperor. Unfortuantely, he later became a malevolent tyrant, obsessed with the search for an immortality pill. In order to protect the common folk from being ruled over forever by a cruel emperor, his wife Chang’e stole the elixir of immortality from him during the full moon of the eighth lunar month. Enraged, Houyi chased after Chang’e, who swallowed the elixir to prevent Houyi from taking it. As a result, Chang’e became a deity herself and flew away to the moon, where she lives in a Moon Palace with her companion the Jade Rabbit, who pounds herbs in a pestle to help her create the elixir of immortality. Appropriately, the Chinese Lunar Exploration Program is named after Chang’e.

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