17th – Mercury enters Libra
17th – T-square – Mercury in Libra square Pluto in Capricorn square Uranus in Aries opp Mercury in Libra
18th – Pluto direct in Capricorn
21st – Grand Fire Trine – Uranus in Aries trine Venus in Leo trine Moon in Sagittarius
22nd – Autumn Equinox
23rd – Sun enters Libra
23rd – Double T-square – Sun and Mercury in Libra square Pluto/Moon conjunction in Capricorn square Uranus in Aries opp Sun and Mercury in Libra
- Key transformational stages move forward
- Use universal thinking for personal issues
- Balance outer achievements with inner progress
The T-square influence from last week continues into this one. This week bring a Cardinal T-square making a ‘coat-hanger’ across the sky comprised of Uranus in Aries, Mercury which enters Libra on the 17th when the T-square forms and Pluto in Capricorn. It will become a double T-square on the 23rd when the Moon conjuncts transformational Pluto in Capricorn and the Sun joins Mercury in Libra.
On the 18th, Pluto finally turns direct in Capricorn. As a collective and on a personal level we’ve all been going through a deep transformation in how we structure our thoughts, our systems, our beliefs and our world. Expect things to move forward now but beware, they may not do so smoothly. Pluto is the master of the explosions – think Plutonium. At the very least as a whole we may be in for some Plutonium moments.
However, on the 21st a Grand Fire Trine lights up the skies bringing passion, exuberance and a feeling of anything is possible. It’s a great time to take a chance and aim high. There’s also a more subtle message going on here. When it comes to personal issues be as universal as possible in your thinking. Or maybe it boils down to treating every person and situation you encounter, no matter how annoying, philosophically.
The Autumn equinox occurs on the 22nd and on the 23rd the Sun enters Libra sign of partnership and balance. This is a key time when we may take stock of what we’ve achieved in the year so far and what we intend to do with the rest of it. When it comes to looking at what you have or haven’t achieved in the outer world, please don’t discount your inner progress. When we make changes on an inner level these are often a precursor to outer changes but very often we forget to give ourselves credit. Just because something isn’t visible, doesn’t mean it’s not very real.