Your Horoscope by Susan Miller
At the new moon in Virgo, 25 degrees, on September 17, you may get a breakthrough and find the right solution for your home or property, or a solution you will like concerning a question involving one of your parents. Again, you will have the support of the heavy-duty planets of Saturn, Pluto, and Jupiter. Even if you find the right answer, however, don’t put it into motion quite yet. You might find the answer but not actually move house (or hire the contractor, etc) until the new moon of December 14. Or you might move, close on a house, or make any other home-related decisions on the subsequent new moon, January 12. In other words, you might settle plans weeks before these dates and simply wait to act on them in December or January.
As you get close to the end of the month, you will be coming up on a full moon in Aries, 9 degrees, on October 1, which will again put your attention onto a partner, either your spouse, serious steady, or a person you’d like to hire, such as a business partner, publicist, agent, new accountant, or lawyer. Hold off on making this official just yet. Mercury will start to retrograde on October 13, and Mars will still be retrograde. You are better off waiting, even though there will be some pressure to make a decision on October 1. See how you feel. I don’t like that Mars will be in hard angle to Pluto—that’s where the pressure is emanating from. A full moon in Aries puts Mars in the lead, so we have to pay attention to this aspect.
On the plus side of the October 1 full moon is that Venus, your ruler, will be in exquisite, tight communication with Mars. Venus will be in your house of hopes and wishers in fire-sign Leo and be in perfect angle to Mars in Aries in your partnership house. You and your partner may talk seriously of getting married, or your present partner may bring up an idea for a goal you can both work toward. There will be something romantic and sweet about this aspect. It is the tightest aspect—to exact degree—so that counts for a lot, too. See what happens, and just try not to make a final plan until after all these planets go direct.