A Note from Susan Miller
I can’t wait until you read September! It will be a glorious month, with lovely aspects. I was excited as I did my calculations for you and was eager to relate all the good news to you as quickly as possible. This will be a month like none other and special in ways that won’t be repeated. Everyone is being given a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to make a breakthrough on a desire dear to your heart.
Your Horoscope by Susan Miller
September will be a magical month for you. For once, the planets are relating beautifully, and a spirit of harmony and optimism will be in the air. Your accountant keeps telling you that early September could be the perfect time to do some savvy year-end tax planning, and being an intellectual air sign, you tend not to care particularly about financial planning as a primary activity, but this month you seem receptive to the idea.
In this magical month, the new moon in Virgo at seven degrees already arrived on August 30 and will color the first ten days of September. With the graceful new moon came her entourage, including the moon’s partner, the Sun, along with Venus, Mars, and Mercury, all crowded into your eighth house of other people’s money.
This house doesn’t cover salary but rather side money that comes to you, say, through a court settlement, insurance payout, scholarship or financial aid, venture capital, bank loan, mortgage, or credit, as some examples. This will be a sensational time for your finances, so much so you may feel you are living a dream.
The eighth house, so lit up for you, also rules commissions, royalties, licensing fees, severance, prize winnings, inheritances, or tax refunds. This house also rules money you are obligated to pay, such as to your credit card company, a club or gym membership, student loan, annual insurance payment, and so forth. It looks like this month the income that arrives will generously outweigh the money you will need to pay out.
If you are interviewing for a new job, it looks like you will discuss company benefits, such as a health insurance policy, profit sharing, vacation time, and other perks, like being able to work one day a week from home to cut down on commuting time, among other goodies your new employer may present. Your timing could not be better to discuss these matters, for it appears the offer will be generous.