Episode 220 provides an overview of September 2019 astrology with astrologers Kelly Surtees, Austin Coppock, and Chris Brennan.
The month begins with two conjunctions with the sun through Mars and Mercury and also includes the Saturn stationing directly in Capricorn as well as the third and last square between Jupiter and Neptune.
This episode is available in the following audio and video versions.
News and announcements
Just a few news and announcements this month:
- Kelly’s next course is on counseling tools for challenging issues
- Chris added a new tier of $ 25 to The Astrology Podcast page on Patreon that gives you Producer Credit whose name is listed at the end of each new episode of the podcast.
- Chris has one Interview about ancient astrology with the History Channel, which aired on August 30th in their Ancient Aliens series. See season 14, episode 12, titled The Constellation Code.
Planet alignments for September
Here are some of the major transits this month:
- Sun Conjunct Mars on September 2nd
- Mercury Conjunct Sun on September 3rd
- Mercury will move into Libra on September 14th
- Venus will move into Libra on September 14th
- Full moon in Pisces September 14th
- Saturn stations right in Capricorn September 18
- Jupiter’s third and last square with Neptune September 21st
- Sun in Libra September 23rd
- New moon in Libra September 28th
Cheap voting card for September
This month’s auspicious election, chosen by Leisa Schaim, is planned for:
- September 29, 2019 at 7:10 am with 8 Libra rising just after sunrise
There are four more voting cards that we found for September that are available for low-cost elections only to private subscribers in our podcast released last week.
Watch the video version of our astrology forecast for September
Here is the video version of our September Astrological Prediction episode:
Listen to the audio version of our September forecast
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