On September 17, 2020, at 11:00 am, GMT, there is a New Moon taking place in the hard-working, analytical and meticulous sign of Virgo. Like any New Moon, this one too marks a new beginning in that area of one's horoscope where it happens to take place. Due to the sign’s nature, favoured are those projects and plans that concern work and health issues and that require a methodical and meticulous approach in order to take into account the necessary details. Furthermore, the fact that Jupiter has just gone back into direct motion helps with the gradual reset of projects and plans that may have been on hold since mid-May.
In addition, the separating opposition between Neptune and the New Moon combined with the partile trine with Saturn makes it easier to overcome chaos and uncertainty. This way, one can focus more readily on the details and thus have their plans obtain a more concrete basis and long-term prospects. At the same time, the New Moon's sesquisquare with Uranus shows that any new plans and projects involve voluntary upheavals or a voluntary rupture with the past. Alternatively, we can say that new plans and projects will not have long-term prospects unless one is willing to leave their comfort zone by bringing some kind of upheaval in their life.
Let us not forget, however, that the retrograde Mars and Saturn square still holds, which makes for introversion, obstacles, delays, rescheduling or cancellations with whatever accumulation or difficulty in venting one’s anger that may entail. In combination with the retrograde learning triangle between Mercury, Jupiter and Neptune, it will take longer than expected for the successful completion of communications and travels (Mercury-Jupiter) due to laxity, uncertainty or even sabotage (Neptune). Patience and everything will be done in due time… We wish you enjoy the New Moon!