September

The month begins with a strong Solar eclipse, ringing in the potential for changes of all sorts. This is a powerful New Moon in health conscious Virgo, making it a good time for a reality check. If you need to change direction, maybe you can recalculate and or recalibrate and get healthier. The Full Moon Lunar Eclipse in Pisces on the 16th brings another opportunity to make changes, this time by eliminating what is no longer ireful or viable In your life. There is a second New Moon this month on the 30th, in Libra, bringing another chance to smooth out the wrinkles in our day to day existence by acknowledging and working on the consciously.

The first three weeks, Mercury Retrograde makes it a great month for all those re things we need to do: repair, restore, restock, revise, report, restructure, review etc.. Its a good time to withdraw a little and study, meditate or contemplate. Mercury is all about communication; I hear from folks I havent heard from for ages at this time. With the slowdown do check and recheck all directions and arrangements so as to avoid confusion. Case in point, two people meeting at the appointed hour standing on opposite corners of a busy street waiting for each other!

Being first retrograde then on the 22nd direct, Mercury, is in Virgo all month, Venus, however goes from elegant Libra to intense Scorpio two thirds of the way through. Mars leaves energetic Sagittarius for diligent Capricorn on the 23rd. Jupiter enters liberal Libra on the 9th. Uranus, Neptune and Pluto are all still retrograde, although Pluto turns direct on the 27th. The Sun starts the month in quality control Virgo and gentles into Libra on the 2322nd with the equinox, bringing a change of pace from diligent to laid back.

Be mindful also on the 23rd with a Sun/Saturn Square not to miss a hidden opportunity. A Saturn/Neptune square on the 10th cautions about deception, Venus/Pluto squared on the 10th/ 11th indicates a potential for disruptive choices. Mercury Mars square the 12th warns to avoid quarrels, controversy. Sun/Mars square the 13th says dont overdo. On the other hand, encouraging aspects begin with a Mercury/Jupiter conjunction on the 2nd, promoting enthusiasm, on the 6th and 7th a Sun/Pluto trine means good energy for changes.

The Sun/Mercury conjunction on the 12th helps boost communication, on the16th and 17th Mars/Uranus trine brings inventive solutions, performances, and the 17th and 18th Venus/Uranus opposition could have us choosing between two opposing directions. The Mercury/Pluto trine on the 20th can bring good ideas and plans for change, the 23rd Mercury trines Pluto again, reinforcing what came about earlier.  The 25th and 26th Sun/Jupiter conjunction enhances fun and pleasure.
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Labor Day in the United States - (Sept 5th 2016)

- September 2016 -

It's FALL - Get out there and see the Foliage (Oct-Nov)

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Thur 1st Organized Virgo New Moon Eclipse helps us choose what to keep and what to discard. Sun/Saturn square suggests hard work pays off. Sun/Neptune opposition warns of deception
Fri 2nd Diligent Virgo Moon gets the day going. 9 PM Lovely Libra Moon brings beauty to the evening. Mercury/Jupiter conjunction brings out extra emphasis
Sat 3rd Fair Minded Libra Moon helps adjust disputes or disagreements
Sun 4th Artistic Libra Moon designs for harmony
Mon 5th Labor Day - Intense Scorpio Moon brings passion to the day
Tue 6th Persistent Scorpio Moon does whats needed
Wed 7th Passionate Scorpio Moon says pursue a goal. 9 PM philosophical Sagittarius Moon inspires good conversation
Thur 8th Energetic Sagittarius Moon helps apply skill to doing
Fri 9th Active Sagittarius Moon keeps us going. Jupiter enters Libra for a year, enhancing and enlarging Libran good fortune
Sat 10th Executive Capricorn Moon makes for a Can Do day. Saturn/Neptune square warns of misunderstandings. Venus/Pluto Square says avoid hasty decisions
Sun 11th National Grandparents' Day - Executive Capricorn Moon makes for a Can Do day. Saturn/Neptune square warns of misunderstandings. Venus/Pluto Square says avoid hasty decisions
Mon 12th Efficient Capricorn Moon begins the week well. 5:30 PM Quirky Aquarius Moon says quits work and go out for fun. Mercury/Mars square says avoid confrontations, Sun/Mercury conjunction later promotes harmony
Tue 13th Inventive Aquarius Moon finds unusual solutions, Sun/Mars square says dont overdo
Wed 14th Loving Pisces Moon says embrace the woebegone
Thur 15th Psychic Pisces Moon helps us tune into whats needed
Fri 16th Intuitive Pisces Full Moon Lunar eclipse suggests what we need to let go of to grow
Sat 17th Brash Aries Moon enhanced by Mars/Uranus trine makes for an exciting day. Venus/Uranus opposition suggests we choose with care
Sun 18th Fiery Aries Moon makes for energetic activity
Mon 19th International 'Talk Like A Pirate Day' (see below) and Respect for the Aged Day in Japan - Musical Taurus Moon brings good rhythm to the day.
Tue 20th Earthy Taurus Moon helps us concentrate. Mercury/Pluto trine may help suggest resolutions.
Wed 21st Restless Gemini Moon makes a good day for errands, small tasks
Thur 22nd Yom Kippur (begins sundown) - Chatty Gemini Moon enhances communication as Mercury turns direct and Sun enters Libra for the Equinox
Fri 23rd Yom Kippur (Ends sundown) and Autumn Begins - Fall Equinox (First Day of Fall) - Cancer Moon looks after others. Mercury/Pluto trine enhances intuition, Venus into Scorpio makes for passionate choices
Sat 24th History loving Cancer Moon says visit a museum.
Sun 25th Kindly Leo Moon brings love to the day. Sun/Jupiter conjunction makes for good cheer.  
Mon 26th Warm Leo Moon brings gifts for all, Pluto turns direct, increasing the intensity
Tue 27th Romantic Leo Moon enhances love for all.6 PM Diligent Virgo Moon makes for effective action, as Mars enters efficient Capricorn
Wed 28th Particular Virgo Moon helps fix what needs it.
Thur 29th Caring Virgo Moon helps us clean up and tidy
Fri 30th Artistic Libra New Moon suggests we seek ways to add to our skills

National Grandparents Day is (Sept 11th 2016)

- September 2016 -
Find out more information about September
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Yom-Kippur - (Begins at sundown) Sept 22nd 2016

 

Holidays &  Other Interesting events happening in SEPTEMBER:
Holidays and Other Cool Events brought to you by Doc Dingley


Month Long September Events: 
The German Oktoberfest and the Chinese August Moon festival (more correctly called the Mid-Autumn Festival) both occur in September.
September is also Library Card Sign-Up Month.


Week Long Events in September:


Other Names For September:
  • In Croatian, September is called Rujan, meaning red month (leaves turn red before falling).
  • In Czech, September is called , meaning glow or shine.
  • In Finnish, September is called syyskuu, meaning autumn month.
  • In Polish, September is called wrzesień, month when calluna flowers emerge.
  • In Tigrinya and Amharic, September is called meskerem which is also the month when the yellow flowers of the same name blossom marking the beginning of the New year according to the ancient Christian orthodox calendars of Eritrea and Ethiopia as well as the start of the greatest harvest season in most parts of both countries.
  • In Turkish, September is called Eyll, (arabian - eyll), syriac-arabian 'ayll' means 'Grape'. Thus the meaning might be "Grape Month". Another, more likely, possibility might be from the hebrew month Elul.


September is the ninth month of the year in the Gregorian Calendar and one of four Gregorian months with 30 days


In Latin, septi means "seven" and septem means "seventh"; September was in fact the seventh month of the Roman calendar until 153 BC


September begins on the same day of the week as December, every year


Labor Day is observed on the first Monday in September in the United States and Canada (spelled Labour Day). (September 5th 2016)


In Australia and New Zeland, Father's Day is celebrated on the first Sunday of September. (September 7th 2014)


In Venice, on the first Sunday of September the Regata Storica is held, a parade as prelude to the rowing contests known as regattas. (September 7th 2014)


National Grandparents' Day takes place on the first Sunday after Labor Day in the United States and Canada. (September 11th 2016)


In the United States, Hispanic Heritage Month is celebrated from September 15th to October 15th.


In Mexico, Independence Day (Grito de Dolores) is celebrated September 16th


In the Netherlands the third Tuesday in September is known as prinsjesdag or the opening of the Dutch parliamentary year. The government presents its annual budget. The queen rides to the parliament in a gilded coach and reads the plans for the coming year to the Staten-general. (September 16th 2014)


September 19th is International Talk Like A Pirate Day 'Arhhh' or as Capt Jack Sparrow says - 'Savvy ?'
Some notable Audio clip quotes of Capt Jack Sparrow from the movie (Pirates of The Caribbean).

The name is: 'Captain Jack Sparrow - Savvy?'
Capt Jack on - 'Dishonest Men'
Capt Jack on - 'The Black Pearl and Freedom'
Capt Jack confuses two soldiers - 'Truth'

Capt Jack asks Elizabeth - 'Why The Rum Gone?'

Click here for the Pirate Speak translator.
 


In Japan, Respect for the Aged Day is a national holiday celebrated annually to honor elderly citizens. Beginning in 2003 Respect for the Aged was changed to be celebrated on the third Monday of September of each year. (This year it is celebrated September 19th 2016)


Autumn begins (First day of Fall). The Fall Equinox named the autumnal equinox in the northern hemisphere and the vernal or spring equinox in the southern hemisphere occurs on dates varying from 22 September to 25 September (in UTC). This year it is (This year it begins September 23rd 2016 2:21pm EDT) in the northern hemisphere.


September is also the name of a female Swedish singer, author of the dance hit song "Satellites".


World War II started on September 1, 1939 with Adolf Hitler's invasion of Poland. It ended on September 2, 1945 with Japan's formal surrender


September in the Northern Hemisphere is the seasonal equivalent to March in the Southern Hemisphere and vice versa


September begins on the same day of the week as December every year


September's flower is the aster or morning glory.


September's birthstone is the sapphire
More: Bizarre & Unique Holidays for (September):
ThinkQuest.Org - Holiday Insights.Com - Brownie Locks

 

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 Fire Signs Earth Signs Air Signs Water Signs

ARIES
May 21-May 19           

TAURUS
May 20-May 20         

GEMINI
May 21-June 20          

CANCER
June 21-July 22

LEO
July 23-Aug. 22

VIRGO
Aug. 23-Sept. 22

LIBRA
Sept. 23-Oct. 22

SCORPIO
Oct. 23-Nov. 21

SAGITTARIUS
Nov. 22-Dec. 21

CAPRICORN
Dec. 22-Jan. 19

AQUARIUS
Jan. 20-Feb. 18

PISCES
Feb. 19-May 20

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