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Monthly Career Horoscopes - September 2021
Because the Sun will always spend the first three weeks of September in your work sector, the solar spotlight is always on your work situation and job matters at this time of year. The difference this year is both the resources available and the heads start, which meant that by the time there Sun returned there was already a huge amount of momentum. Venus, who last year didn't return to your work sector until October has already been and gone by the time the Sun returned while Mars, who last year didn't return at all had already been firing things up for weeks. Mercury was also here, with your head already in the game. Mercury left in the final days of August so it is just the Sun and Mars still here as you move into the new month. Until he leaves on 15th September, Mars will continue to fuel your work passions, fighting and competitive spirit and whether you have anything to channel that into now or not, is giving you something to aim or strive for. Until he leaves on 23rd September, the Sun will continue to keep the solar spotlight on your work situation, job matters and options. They will be joined by the Moon, who will move through your work sector from 6th September to 8th September. As well as giving you an intuitive read on work and job matters and acting as a trigger, a New Moon on 7th September can give things a push before all planetary activity on the job front for the year runs its course. Meanwhile, the Moon will also make a timely return to your career sector from 14th September to 16th September. As well as fuelling your professional instincts and imagination as Mars leaves on 15th September, the Moon will make a friendly aspect to Uranus, in his first full month in retrograde motion in your income sector. This is also the Moon's last visit to your career sector before Pluto turns direct here early next month.
Even though Jupiter retrograded back into your career sector at the end of July, it was only in the final 10 days of August that this professional year really caught its second wind. Until 23rd August, both Jupiter and Saturn, in retrograde motion in your career sector were under the thumb of a parade of planets as they moved through your home and family sector. This may have created some professional pressure or work/life balance tension but those reminders will prove to be a godsend this month. The last clash was between the Sun and Jupiter and it came in the lead up to a Full Moon in your career sector on 22nd August that was a breakthrough event. This was the second Full Moon here in as many months but the first with Jupiter, the planet of luck and expansion here in over a decade. The Sun's departure from your home and family sector the day after cleared a path for everything triggered to expand outwards. This came just as Venus, in her early weeks in your work sector moved into a friendly aspect to Saturn in your career sector and also, just as the dwarf planet Ceres and the North Node aligned in your income sector. This brought planets from across the income, work and career fronts together and you gained a further advantage when Mercury returned to your work sector in the final days of August. A retrograde turn on 27th September will keep Mercury here until November and more importantly, will stay on when Venus leaves on 11th September and will be here when Mars returns on 15th September and the Sun on 23rd September. A growing amount of planetary activity on the job front comes just as the path clears on the professional front. Every planet that returns to or moves through your work sector will form a friendly aspect to Ceres and the North Node in your income sector and to Jupiter and Saturn in your career sector. This not only creates a stunning month across the income, work and career fronts this month but right through to November.
Things are fairly quiet on both sides of the professional fence as you move into the new month, as you would expect at this time of year. Neptune, in his last full month in retrograde motion in your career sector and on his own since Jupiter retrograded back out at the end of July was never going to be in a rush. At the same time, with no planetary activity in your work sector since 2020 and the Sun not due to return until the latter part of October each year, there is nothing to suggest anything will change there either. Yet what you see at the start of the month is not what you will actually get, making September the dark horse of this professional year. Apart from a vague sense of anticipation or a gut sense that something is about to change on the job front, the first real indication will come when the Moon moves through your work sector from 10th September to 12th September. With no planetary activity here since last year, these monthly visits have been key to checking in, staying on track and for getting an intuitive read on work and job matters. That is still the case this time but it means the Moon will be here and you will be emotionally and intuitively engaged when Venus returns on 11th September. Last year Venus didn't return until November, with her early return setting in motion months of planetary activity that will take until December to play out. It is just six days after Venus returns that the Moon will not only return to your career sector but to create a Full Moon that can energise both job and career matters. The Moon will move through from 19th September to 21st September, forming a friendly aspect to Venus on the job front and aligning with dreamy Neptune here as it moves through. It is a Full Moon on 21st September, just before the Moon is due to leave that can act as a catalyst.
What you really want and need on both sides of the professional fence this month is stability, predictability and a break from having to reinvent the wheel and the stars are doing their part to make that your reality. On both the job and career fronts you have minor planetary activity in that you have the asteroid Juno and the South Node in your work sector and the dwarf planet Eris in your career sector. These aren't planets that want to change things up and instead are more focused on keeping things on track. Back in direct motion and as the queen of commitment, Juno makes it easier to stay focused, keep your eye on where you are going and remain committed. In retrograde motion and as the warrior planet of the cosmos, Eris has turned her focus onto the past, second chances and untapped professional potential while always being there when you need to tap into her warrior spirit. When you don't, Eris will stay back, giving you extra gas in your tank when you need to put your foot to the floor but otherwise there in reserve. This gives you the resources you need on both the job and career fronts but without the urgency and with the confidence of knowing that nothing is going to change on you. What you see at the start of the month is what you can expect from the rest of the month. The most important points of the month will be when the Moon moves through your two professional houses, with a chance to check in and become more emotionally and intuitively engaged. You will get that chance when the Moon moves through your work sector from 12th September to 14th September and again when it moves through your career sector from 21st September to 23rd September. What makes these visits auspicious is that whether the Moon is in your work or career sectors it will form a friendly aspect to the other, making both visits especially good days for both job and career matters.
The stars are dialling up a good month across the income, work and career fronts and it comes at a turning point in this professional year. With Uranus in his first full month in retrograde motion in your career sector and Pluto his last in retrograde motion in your work sector both are barely moving. Uranus had to come to a complete standstill in order to turn retrograde late last month and will only gradually start to move over the course of the month. At the same time, Pluto will need to come to a standstill before he turns direct early next month so is slowing down dramatically. With both barely moving this should and probably is a slow month on the job and career fronts. However, slow doesn't mean that this isn't a good month and there are several reasons for that. The first is that as the only month where they are both in retrograde motion at the same time, Pluto and Uranus can work together to fully exploit the doors open to the past, second chances and untapped job and professional potential. Pluto is also able to support Uranus, who will stay in retrograde motion for the rest of the year, with a chance for these two revolutionary planets to spend the month on a handover. The second reason is the planetary activity in your income sector. Pluto and Uranus are too far apart to ever form a direct friendly aspect, so are supporting each other in spirit. However, before they left your income sector last month Venus and Mercury moved into a friendly aspect to both and Mars will do the same before he leaves on 15th September and the Sun on 23rd September. This is creating a bridge between and a lot of positive energy across the income, work and career fronts. The final reason why this is a good month, even though things are moving slowly is what lies ahead. Pluto will turn direct in your work sector in early October, a month before Venus begins her longest visit in eight years.
The landscape has changed considerably in the second part of August and while the same planets that were in your work and career sectors at the start of last month as still the same a month later, the conditions have changed dramatically. When Jupiter retrograded back into your work sector at the end of July it was just days into the month long wind down of your old solar year. Not only is this a time of year when you typically have less energy but with the Sun in a nostalgic and reflective part of your chart, this put them in opposition. Even before Jupiter returned, the planets ahead of the Sun had already clashed with Saturn. With multiple clashes over recent months, how well you know when to keep your work hat on and when to take it off has been put to the test. The ultimate clash was between the Sun and Jupiter in the lead up to a Full Moon in your work sector during the last full day of your old solar year. As much as this may have seen tensions and pressure rise, the moment the Sun returned to Virgo to begin your birthday month and new solar year this was gone. At a point in the year when you typically become more energised, the pressure on work and job matters dropped. That on its own would have been enough but the timing made this a game changer. During the first full day of your birthday month and just days after her return to your income sector, Venus moved into a friendly aspect to Saturn in your work sector. This came just as the dwarf planet Ceres and the North Node spent the last week of August aligned in your career sector. Over the course of the month, the same planets that clashed with either Saturn and/or Jupiter over recent months will one by one move into a friendly aspect to both as they return to and move through your income sector. The tension doesn't just drop this month but transforms into a stunning month across the income, work and career fronts.
For the majority of the month, it is business as usual on the professional front. Since the last planet left your career sector at the end of July there has been less pressure but with the momentum and means to keep things on track. The Moon's monthly visits to your career sector have been key to that and you have the advantage of two visits this month. The Moon will move through your career sector from 1st September to 4th September before returning on 29th September, where it will see out the month. Each visit will be a valuable chance to check in and to become more emotionally and intuitively engaged as the Moon fuels your professional instincts and imagination. As is always the case, the Moon will move into a friendly aspect to Neptune, now on his own in your work sector since Jupiter retrograded back out at the end of July, a day after the last planet left your career sector. This makes this a valuable chance to check in on both job and career matters and during the first visit in particular, this will be the second time they have come together since the intensity dialled back at the end of July. It is when the Moon returns for its second visit on 29th September but also when the Moon moves through your work sector from 19th September to 21st September that there will be change in the air. Even in its own right, the Moon's visit to your work sector was not going to be an ordinary monthly visit, with the Full Moon this will create on 21st September a chance to energise work and job matters. What makes this visit even more of a game changer and the Moon's return to your career sector on 29th September is that both times the Moon will return to find Venus, the planet of money in your income sector. This is the first planetary activity on the income front this year and as well as a chance to capitalise on the Full Moon in your work sector on 21st September, this will see things come together across the income, work and career fronts in the final days of the month.
While things have quietened down professionally, chances are you are only just starting to notice a drop in professional pressure as you move into the new month. It was the Sun's departure from your career sector 10 days earlier that not only brought all planetary activity on the career front for the year to a close but the pressure that was mounting during the final days. What began with Mars' return in June for the first time in two years was brought home by the Sun's departure. It was during the Sun's final days that he was not only confronted by a Full Moon in your home and family sector but by Jupiter there as well. As much as this created some pressure that may have taken the rest of August to escape from, this served two useful purposes that you now get to benefit from. The first was to expose any work/life balance issues and as you can't change what you can't see this is something you can now work on. With the Sun gone there is nothing to feed any work/life balance tension so you are just left with the message. The second purpose is that because the Sun was under the pump in his final days and the pressure was on, this made sure they were as productive as possible at the time. There is a good chance that what was a challenge this month is now an opportunity. Often what presents as an obstacle or a challenge that we are pushed to overcome, ends out to be an opening or a door to an opportunity and the conditions in the latter part of August were the ideal conditions for that. With the Sun gone it is the planets on the income and job fronts that will keep the momentum going but as there is little urgency on either front this allows the stress to drop back. With the dwarf planet Eris, the warrior princess of the cosmos there to draw on where you need to but in retrograde motion in your work sector, she is not driving things forward. Instead, there is a chance to regroup before the most lucrative months of 2021 begin next month.
Because the Sun will always spend the first three weeks of September in your career sector, the solar spotlight is always on your career and professional situation, matters and options at this time of year. Also a given at this time of year or at least until Pluto leaves your income sector in 2024 and Uranus your work sector in 2026, this will be a good month across the income, work and career fronts. With Uranus in his first full month in retrograde motion in your work sector and Pluto his last in retrograde motion in your income sector, as new doors open on the career front you also have access to the past, second chances and untapped job and professional potential. The Sun has been in your career sector for 10 days by the time you move into the new month but new doors had been open for over three weeks by that point. It began with Mars' return at the end of July, with the warrior planet of the cosmos making his first visit in nearly two years. Until he leaves on 15th September, Mars will continue to fuel your professional passions, fighting and competitive spirit as he gives you the drive to take your professional power back. Mars' aim is not to see you achieve everything possible before he leaves but to fuel goals and ambitions you can continue to work towards after he is gone. Venus, who last year didn't return until October had already been and gone by the time the Sun returned, with her desires and expectations already banked. It was Mercury's departure from your career sector in the final days of August that means you start the month with your head in the game, ideas on the table and the communication lines open. This also means that with Mars leaving on 15th September, when the Sun leaves on 23rd September this will end all planetary activity on the career front. However, not before creating more than enough momentum and with Pluto and Uranus there to keep things moving on the income and job fronts.
The Sun's return to your career sector on 23rd September will always turn the solar spotlight onto your career and professional situation, matters and options at this time of year, always has and always will. However, while the Sun returns at the same time each year and Venus and Mercury at around the same time, this year things have got off to an early start and will become a lot more energised by the time the Sun returns. While there has been a lot of planetary activity in your work sector in the first half of the year it had dialled back before experiencing a resurgence in the second half of last month. This was partly because the dwarf planet Ceres caught up with the North Node and their alignment has brought her focus on your needs and priorities on the job front together with a better sense of direction. However, it was mainly because of the timing, coming together just days after Venus' early return to your career sector and just a day after a Full Moon in your income sector. This was the first Full Moon in your income sector with lucky Jupiter here in over a decade and this has energised things across the income, work and career fronts. This was further enhanced by Mercury's return to your career sector in the final days of August. This allows you to begin the month with heart and mind on the same page and in the game from the start. Normally here for 14 to 15 days, a retrograde turn on 27th September will keep Mercury here until November, making him a key player in keeping income, work and career forces united. However, the real game changer is Mars' return to your career sector on 15th September, returning for the first time in nearly two years to fire up your professional passions, fighting and competitive spirit and the drive to take your professional power back. All this before the Sun even turns the solar spotlight onto your career and professional situation, matters and options on 23rd September.
To begin with, it is business as usual on the professional front and no reason to assume that it won't stay that way. The last planet to visit your work sector this year left at the end of July and as the Sun doesn't return to your career sector until the latter part of October each year, there is nothing to suggest any new developments on the career front this month. Nothing that is apart from what a sense of anticipation is telling you, with your sixth sense likely to be picking up on a sense of expectancy in the air. If you are not feeling this already this will be impossible to miss when the Moon returns to your career sector on 10th September to fuel your professional instincts and imagination. The Moon is here from 10th September to 12th September and by the time it leaves everything will have changed. It is while the Moon is here that Venus, who last year didn't return to your career sector until November, will become the first planet to kick things off. Venus has returned so early that even though the Sun and Mars will return next month and Mercury in November, she will have been gone by then. Apart from those early hours spent with the Moon, Venus will spend her entire time in your career sector on her own and that means playing by her rules and doing it her way. This leaves Venus free to fuel your professional confidence, attract opportunities and steer things in a lucrative direction without having to worry about the follow through. Venus can set things up, knowing that the planets returning next month have until December to focus on the 'when, where and how'. The biggest advantage for Venus is time alone with Neptune in your income sector. As the planet of money, Venus will always have an eye on where the money is and she returns in time to capitalise on a Full Moon in your income sector on 21st September. Meanwhile, the final two days of the month will be especially good across the income, work and career fronts.
All is quiet on the professional front this month and that is exactly how you want it, with a valuable chance to catch your breath. By the time you move into the new month, it has been just 10 days since the Sun not only left your work sector but ended all planetary activity, wrapping up what began with Mars' return in June. This was the warrior planet's first visit in two years and having got things off to a busy start it was up to the Sun, Mercury and Venus to build on that momentum. By the time the Sun left the rest of the planets had been and gone but thanks to pressure from Jupiter and a Full Moon, you were under pressure and under the pump until the moment he left. As much you need a break after some busy months and you could never sustain that level of intensity, work and job matters themselves also need time to play out. Between them, the dwarf planet Eris in your income sector and the asteroid Juno and the South Node in your career sector will keep things on track but with nothing like the intensity of recent months. However, what you don't know is that while things have just quietened down on the job front and the stress and pressure is dropping back, this is the last month where things are also quiet on the career front. While the Sun doesn't return to your career sector until the latter part of November each year, Venus will not only return early next month but will open the doors to something that will take until January to fully play out. There are some big developments on the career front in the final months of the year, including Mars' first visit to your career sector in nearly two years and a solar eclipse in early December. Venus is racing ahead and will spend four weeks preparing for a last minute surge in the final months of the year. You need a quiet month to recover from some busy months on the job front and to prepare for some equally busy months on the career front.