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Horoscope: Venus wants to help heal some old wounds
Looking to the stars.
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Thursday, Sept. 15: The moon in Taurus is in perfect harmony with the sun in Virgo and in the same place in the sky as Pluto. It brings strong willpower and stubborn drive to make life more of what you want it to be. On Sept. 15, 1960, Maurice “Rocket” Richard announced his retirement. And turns 25 today.

Friday, Sept. 16: It’s a very active day in the solar system with seven connections in all, including Venus square to Mars this afternoon and the moon in the same place as Mars and also square to Venus. While intimate relationships may be strained, a spiritual awakening helps to heal. Michael Moore’s film “Roger and Me” won the People’s Choice Award at the Toronto International Film Festival on Sept. 6, 1989.

Saturday, Sept. 17: The third-quarter moon in Gemini is square to the sun in Virgo so it is mandatory that an honest review of thinking takes place. Fortunately, Venus wants to help by healing old wounds and Mars is connected to Chiron and working to do the same thing. It’s a great day to solve issues like sibling rivalry. Two hundred and thirty-five years ago the U.S. Constitution came into effect on Sept. 17, 1878. Since then, it has been amended 27 times but still begins with the words “We the people…”

Sunday, Sept. 18: With the sun in perfect harmony with Pluto late today, it’s going to be a time when maximum willpower is on hand to make for a more practical and firmly grounded life. All we need to do is be ourselves. It was Sept. 18, 2020, just two years ago that U.S. Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg died. Her radical stances on many decisions were part of her effort to move the law forward.

Monday, Sept. 19: If today is handled well, there are opportunities to heal serious relationship issues. If not handled honestly and with care, a lot of sadness is the result. On Sept. 19, 1893, New Zealand became the first country in the world to extend voting rights to women.

Tuesday, Sept. 20: With Venus in Virgo getting a surprising new partner from Uranus in Taurus, things may have to change as Saturn in Aquarius insists on honesty and the truth. On Sept. 20, 2019, students from 185 countries staged the world’s largest-ever protest on climate change, culminating in a Manhattan rally led by Greta Thunberg.

Wednesday, Sept. 21: A day to remember to practise having a balance between personal needs and wants, and responsibility to others. Clarity on this one issue is worth a ton of anxiety and pain. One of the world’s greatest song writers and poets, the late Leonard Cohen, was born in Montreal on Sept. 21, 1934.

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