This month's penumbral Lunar Eclipse chart is more-or-less what is known as a 'see-saw' formation, with a 'stellium' (five planets or more in one sign) in Virgo. The combination of these two quite intense patterns very often produces some turbulence and reconfigurations within the status quo.
The stellium in Virgo of: the Vertex (a mathematical point) the Sun, Transpluto, Moon's North Node, Venus, Path of Fortune (also a mathematical point), Mercury, and Jupiter (in its last few weeks of Virgo, it enters Libra on September 10th) forms multi layered conglomeration of energies which could effect day-to-day events, some of them could have long term effects (Transpluto and Moon's North Node). The stellium opposes Neptune which could deliver a softening effect, which could dissipate the intensity.
It is a complex moment in the scheme of things. Saturn and Mars are conjunct and culminating at the
Sagittarian Midheaven, which suggests there could be some abrupt endings and completions of projects or plans. Frustrations and interruptions to do with goals and the trajectory of philosophical or altruistic ideals is also quite possible. If the superfluous can be edited out, and the priorities carved out from the remainder, the Saturn/Mars conjunction can work really well for streamlining any over-ambitious schemes.
Lunar Eclipses are nearly always about doing a spring clean on emotional baggage, the accumulation of unprocessed emotional matter which you didn't get time or didn't know how to process at the time.
The Aquarian moon, gives you some detachment and the gift of being able to get an overview of your life, and not get caught up in the details. Aquarius is quite at home with culling those things that don't serve the greater good, and on a personal level this can really help you be more rational and impartial.
Just a short report this time, as I slowly get back into the swing of writing again.
Would love any feedback and comments ofcourse.
Candida van Rood, aka Candy vR, (or Candy Spender).