Your Horoscope by Susan Miller
If you like, read up on the Spanish Flu of 1918. The circumstances were remarkably similar to those we are dealing with today. I looked up the planetary alignments that caused the Spanish Flu and was surprised to see that Jupiter and Pluto were conjoined, just as they are this year. Back then, both planets were in Cancer, now they are on that same axis but on in the opposite sign, Capricorn. Is the Spanish Flu still with us today? Yes, According to my Google search, the Spanish Flu goes by a different name—the seasonal flu—and we have a vaccine for that.
We study astrology so that we can effectively plan for the road ahead, so knowing we are entering into a slow period from September through early December, you can plan accordingly. The reason I say it will go through early December is that you need to add about a month after the conjunction of Jupiter and Pluto and also watch the month before November 12, as both planets will build energy a month before that we will all notice. I feel it is always better to know than not know.
The month will end with energy building toward a full moon in Aries on October 1, and you will sense that full moon on the way. A full moon in Aries puts Mars in the lead, and happily, Venus and her lover Mars will be signaling one another from across deep space at 120 degrees, a trine, considered the most harmonious aspect possible. Mars will be in Aries, your most romantic house, and Venus will be found in Leo, both fire signs like yours. Perfect.
I feel you will experience an enchanting, romantic episode or have a memorable experience with a small child. If you work in an artistic profession, you may be finishing up a project to considerable fanfare or being awarded a new one after having presented your ideas in a long pitching process.