Moon in Libra

Libra Moon

Libra Moon

The Goddess of Love is back! The Moon entered Libra and this weekend promises to by a weekend of love and unity. Not just

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the physical, erotic and nurturing love, but love of family community and the world. Pay close attention to how polite many people will be this weekend and expect the unexpected because Mars (the Planet of action) and Saturn (the planet of authority and ambition) are also in conjunction under Libra.

People will take extra time making  themselves more beautiful before they go out this weekend. Expect social places to be as hot as the surface of the planet Venus.

Libra is one of two signs ruled by Venus. Taurus shares the same love and unification qualities as Libra, but Libra’s scales indicate that unity is also a part of equality and justice. Make sure that you share your warmth this weekend with those who are open to it. For those who chose to take a more treacherous path beware, Libra definitely is not “blind” when it comes to justice here eyes are wide open and she can change her mind in an instant. When the scales tip against you Libra/Venus will pull out her fiery sword and let you know that you should reconsider your choices.

Be prepared to be surprised by the extent that people can have compassion under Venus. Later on this month the sun will move into Libra and everyone born for 30 days going forward will be a Libra. The Fall Equinox (Autumnal Equinox) takes place when the sun is right above the equator heading south toward the winter solstice. On this day, the night and the day will be equal length. After the 23rd of September you can expect that your days will get shorter by a few minutes every day until we reach the longest night of the year, December 21st.

Venus: The Goddess of Love. Also known as: Asarte, Aphrodite, Oshun, Isis and many other names in different cultures.

Venus: The Goddess of Love. Also known as: Asarte, Aphrodite, Oshun, Isis and many other names in different cultures.

This is the time when the sun appears to have traveled as far south as possible (from our perspective on earth) and will sit at this latitude and longitude location for 3 days before it begins to move North again toward the spring equinox and the summer solstice in the Northern Hemisphere.

Enjoy the love of the Libra Moon, because by Monday the Scorpio Moon will be in full swing and we all know that Scorpions don’t usually take prisoners.

Agent 64's Astrolosophy


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