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Horoscope: A day of tension for 9/11 anniversary

Bill Auchterlonie

Special to The Lake Report

This week Venus leaves her home sign of Libra for sexy Scorpio and Mars leaves Virgo for peaceful Libra,

Thursday, Sept. 9: As the moon moves from serious Capricorn into futuristic Aquarius in the morning, we get a powerful insight into our deepest strengths courtesy of the sun in perfect harmony with Pluto. It was Sept. 9, 1776, that the United Colonies officially changed their name to the United States of America.

Friday, Sept. 10: Venus moves from her home sign of Libra into Scorpio. Fortunately, we have a mitigating factor called mutual reception, which is when two planets are in each other’s sign of rulership. Venus is now in Mars’ sign (Scorpio), while Mars (from Sept. 14 onward) is in Venus’ sign, so Venus and Mars bring the best out of each other. This is a great transit for relationships of any kind. In the next few weeks, we will find it easier to relate to others, to put ourselves in their shoes. Jean Chretien married Aline Chaine on Sept. 10, 1957.

Saturday, Sept. 11: On the 20th anniversary of 9/11, here is a day when, in a less raucous way, is also full of tension. Feelings are in for a day of powerful mood swings. Remember to breathe. This too shall pass. Happy birthday #54 to Harry Connick Jr., born Sept. 11, 1977.

Sunday, Sept. 12: Today, as the moon moves from secretive, sexy Scorpio into all-knowing Sagittarius, heart and mind have different takes on what promises to be a warm, sexy, stern and serious Sunday. Henry Hudson, English-born explorer sailing for Holland, was born Sept. 12, 1575. He founded New York, where a river is named for him, and then visited Hudson Bay while searching for a northern route to China.

Monday, Sept. 13: We are exactly halfway between the new moon on Sept. 6 and the full moon of Sept. 20. It’s the day of the first quarter moon in Sagittarius. It’s a challenge as we recommit to promises made two weeks ago. Happy birthday Laura Secord, born Sept. 13, 1775!

Tuesday, Sept. 14: The sun in Virgo is opposite Neptune in Pisces. The opposition is a confrontational aspect that will force us to pay attention to something that we would rather overlook, because it feels like hard work. The question now is not “Who am I?” but “Who am I becoming?” Also, Mars enters Libra, which is the “lawyer aspect.” Mars in Libra may not fight for themselves, but will certainly fight for others. Ask Gandhi, Mandela, Dalai Lama, the Pope, or John Lennon – they all have Mars in Libra. This is also a good aspect to address relationship issues and blockages. Mars will give you the drive to “do something about it” and Libra will make sure you remain reasonable and objective. Actor Sam Neil turns 74 today. He is most famous as Dr. Alan Grant in Steven Spielberg’s "Jurassic Park" films.

Wednesday, Sept. 15: Changing something about a key relationship to make it better for you and where you want to be going is stressful, but also very worth it. Google is 24 today. And on Sept. 15, 1616, in Frascati, Italy, the first free public school opened its doors for all.

Next week we will see the full moon in Pisces. It promises to be one of the most energetic full moons of the year.

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