Your Horoscope by Susan Miller
Backtracking to the start of this month, the full moon of September 1 will likely find you bringing a work project to a grand finale. You seem to be in line for a tidy sum of money too—more than you suppose. A health matter is also likely to reach a peak and come to an end. You may get back test results from your doctor or finish up a protocol or physical therapy. Like everything else in the first days of September, news you hear should make you happy.
Mars is currently taking a very long journey through your seventh house of partnership, so if you are married, your mate is causing most of the exciting news in your life. Mars is about to retrograde, however, from September 9 to November 13, quite a long time, and during this time, your spouse will see slower progress. The entire world will feel the difference in tempo, and you will feel the difference, too. Don’t rail against it, but match the rhythm of nature.
Next month, Mars’ little brother Mercury will go retrograde from October 13 to November 3. As you see, we are going into a very slow period where you will have to be satisfied with smaller progress. If you need to sign papers, do so in the first week of September if possible. If you need to buy a computer, smart phone, air conditioner, headphones, or any other electronic product, do so now—you need to avoid Mercury retrograde for best results.
By the new moon in Virgo of September 17, it looks like you will want to quiet down your work and get some much needed rest. You’ll save time for friends, for Venus will tour your friendship house, and that’s significant because Venus is your ruling planet—it shows where your friends will capture your attention, even if a resurgence of the virus keeps you apart. By now, you’ve learned clever ways to stay in close touch—those Zoom dinners are not so bad after all. In fact, they’re fun.