Witchcraft/Magickal Correspondences for Saturday

From Ancient Pathway

Magickal Intentions:
Spirit Communications, Meditation, Psychic Attack or Defense, Locating Lost Things and Missing Persons, Building, Life, Doctrine, Protection, Knowledge, Authority, Limitations, Boundries, Time and Death

Incense:
Black Poppy Seed
Myrrh

Planet:
Saturn

Sign:
Capricorn
Aquarius

Angel:
Cassiel

Colors:
Black
Grey
Indigo

Herbs/Plants:
Myrrh
Moss
Hemlock
Wolfsbane
Coltsfoot
Nightshade
Fir

Stones:
Jet
Smokey Quartz
Amethyst
Black Onyx
Snowflake Obsidian
Lava
Pumice

From Angel Fire

Saturn: binding, protection, neutralization, karma, death, manifestation, structure, reality, the laws of society, limits, obstacles, tests, hard work, endurance, real estates, dentists, bones, teeth, farm workers, separation, stalkers, murderers, criminals in general, civil servants, justice, maths, plumbing, wills, debts, financing, joint money matters, discovery, transformation, relations with older people

SATURDAY Ruled by the Roman God of the harvest and planting.

New starts and firmly planting your seeds of intention or good focuses on Saturday.

Other correspondences for Saturday are: Saturn Rituals: Disciplining ourselves.

Element: Earth

Colour: Black and sometimes purple

Number: 3

From Angelorum.com

Saturday’s Angel is Cassiel

Ruler of Saturn. This very serious angel is not much concerned with your private life other than to make sure you get your job done. If you have problems with discipline and perseverance, this is the angel you want on your side. If your life purpose involves law and order, he will also champion your cause.

From Galleries.com

SATURDAY: Saturn

Labradorite

Turquoise

Witchcraft/Magickal Correspondences for Thursday

Today’s Mantra

From Ancient Pathway

Thursday

Magickal Intentions:
Luck, Happiness, Health, Legal Matters, Male Fertility, Treasure and Wealth, Honor, Riches, Clothing Desires, Leadership, Public Activity, Power, Success

Incense:
Cinnamon
Musk
Nutmeg
Sage

Planet:
Jupiter

Sign:
Sagittarius
Pisces

Angel:
Sachiel

Colors:
Purple
Royal Blue
Indigo

Herbs/Plants:
Cinnamon
Beech
Buttercup
Coltsfoot
Oak

Stones:
Sugilite
Amethyst
Turquoise
Lapis Lazuli
Sapphire

Thursday

From Spell 8 – For More Information on Thursday’s Correspondences

Candle

Light a green candle to promote growth, fertility and abundance. Meditating with a green candle encourages us to improve in personal projects such as studies, work and self-development. It is great for casting prosperity or good luck spells, and also when invoking the healing energies of Nature.

Ruling Deities

Wiccan Goddess Gaia Wiccan God Osiris Wiccan God Poseidon Wiccan God Pan Wiccan God ZeusCernunnos, Gaia, Osiris, Pan, Poseidon and Zeus are rulers of Thursdays.

Crystals

Amethyst, Lapis Lazuli, Turquoise, Tiger’s Eye, and Sugilite.

Carrying these gemstones today can bring success and fulfillment of your goals. Wear them as a talisman or simply keep them close to you to harness their energy.

Potion

Drink a cup of Green Tea today to strengthen your focus. Green tea is loaded with beneficial antioxidants, and, besides caffeine, green tea contains aminoacids that help boost brain function. It has a large amount of L-theanine, an amino acid that is beneficial for memory, attention, concentration and learning.

Thursday’s Angel is Sachiel

From Angelorum.com

Ruler of Jupiter. Archangel Sachiel helps you to time risk-taking so that you won’t miss any of life’s opportunities. He is also the angel of abundance and perfect to invoke for those who feel called to be business owners. He is known as the’Ambassador of Benevolence.’

The colour is indigo.

Use sodalite or sugilite to connect with Sachiel in meditation.

Scents associated with Sachiel are cedar, peppermint, hyssop and nutmeg.

Global Moon Party Saturday, 10/9/2021

Join us on Saturday, October 9 to kick off the International Observe the Moon Night week of observing with a Global Moon Party. There will be live streams of the Moon and cultural lunar stories from around the world, NASA scientists, and amazing images, plus much more.
3-6pm PT/6-9pm ET

International Observe the Moon Night is a worldwide public engagement program that has been held annually since 2010. Every autumn, we ask people to observe the Moon in whatever way makes sense to them (via binoculars, telescopes, naked eye, images, artwork, songs, stories, etc.).

Join the party and find the latest schedule here: https://youtu.be/v61JyMG_zMs
Learn more about the International Observe the Moon Night: moon.nasa.gov/observe-the-moon-night/
Date: Saturday, 10/9/2021

Time: 3:00 PM – 6:00 PM

Phase Details

From MoonGiant.com

Phase: Waxing Crescent
Illumination: 13%
Moon Age: 3.40 days
Moon Angle: 0.55
Moon Distance: 363,679.30 km
Sun Angle: 0.53
Sun Distance: 149,389,987.53 km

2 Printable Spells for Memory

Use these spells wisely on yourself. Do not use them on anyone else without their permission. The reason I do not use them on someone else without permission is because you will be messing with their free will which takes these from gray to black magic spells. Unless of course your spiritual/magickal path follows the dark side of witchcraft.

International Observe The Moon Night – Global Moon Party

From NASA.gov (USA) National Aeronautics and Space Administration

Plan Your Event and Celebrate with Us

View our recorded Event Planning Webinar, and join the virtual Global Moon Party on October 9, for resources and activities that can take your International Observe the Moon Night to the next level.

Capture the moment like a pro! Check out our Moon photography tips for cell phones, professional cameras, and more.

The Moon is Earth’s constant companion, the first skywatching target pointed out to us as children. We watch its face change as the month progresses, and see patterns and pictures in its geological features.

It’s the object in the night sky that humanity knows best ― and the one that’s easiest to study. Whether your tools are a telescope, a pair of binoculars, or just your eyes, you can find plenty of features on the Moon.

We only ever see one side of the Moon from Earth. That’s because the interplay of gravity between Earth and Moon slows the Moon into a rotation that paces its own. The Moon rotates, but it rotates at the same speed that it orbits around Earth. This keeps the same side always turned toward us. We call this being “tidally locked.

The Moon has no glow of its own, but shines with the reflected light of the Sun. During its crescent phase in the twilight or dawn, you can also sometimes see the dark portion of the Moon glowing faintly in the sunlight that reflects off Earth, an effect called earthshine.

You can look at the Moon during any of its illuminated phases, but for better viewing of craters and mountains, try phases other than the full Moon. The shadows on the surface will be more pronounced, and help distinguish features you might otherwise miss.

Eyeballing the Moon

Looking at the Moon with only your eyes, you see mostly areas of white and gray. These gray patches are solidified volcanic lava flows. In the Moon’s youth, its interior was still molten, and magma would erupt onto its surface. These dark areas formed when massive asteroid or meteorite impacts on the Moon’s surface created basins. Because the impact basins were often the lowest places on the Moon’s surface, they would begin to fill with erupting lava. The lava was similar to the basalt that erupts on Earth and, like on Earth, cooled to form a relatively dark-colored rock. We call these areas the lunar seas, or maria.

The lighter-colored areas are called the highlands, and show the earliest crust on the Moon, dominated by a type of rock called anorthosite, which is primarily made up of the white mineral anorthite or plagioclase.

What you see on the Moon with your eyes only will vary depending on your eyesight. Give yourself plenty of time for your eyes to adjust and look carefully. You may be able to see some of the larger impact craters on the Moon’s surface if your vision is sharp enough, including Copernicus, Kepler, and Aristarchus and Tycho. You may even be able to see some of the bright streaks that are ray systems emanating from the Copernicus or Tycho craters, created when material was thrown outward by the force of the original impacts.

Lunar Sightseeing

Pick up a pair of binoculars, and the Moon transforms.

With binoculars, you’ll still see the entire Moon at once, but now it’ll have terrain. Smooth-looking patterns of gray and white resolve into craters and large mountain ridges. You’ll be able to tell where the Moon is relatively undisturbed and where it’s been pockmarked by impacts. Binoculars introduce texture, especially when you look at the Moon when it’s in any other phase other than full. Focus particularly along the terminator line between light and dark, where features will cast long shadows that make them clearer. Choose binoculars with a magnification of 7 at a minimum. Though a magnification of 10 or 15 will provide more detail, you may need a tripod to steady them.

Under the gaze of a telescope, the Moon becomes too big to take in at once. Now you’ll see real mountains, and not just craters but the crater chains created when impact debris splashes around the main craters. You’ll see valleys, and the cracks in the Moon’s surface called rilles, formed when the lava that once filled a basin cooled and contracted. If this is your first time looking at the Moon through a telescope, you may feel the same wonder Galileo felt seeing that familiar orb in the sky transform into another world. Be sure to examine the Moon at many different phases and on different days. Parts of the Moon near the edge of the disk come into view at some times but not others, a wobbling phenomenon known as libration. Experienced observers can take advantage of favorable librations to see about 59 percent of the lunar surface.

Published: September 20, 2021

Take on a Moon Observing Challenge from the Astronomical League. This activity challenges you to complete each of the following tasks:

  • Do an outreach activity. This could be an International Observe the Moon Night event or any activity that encourages observing the Moon in general.
  • Observe the Moon with just your eyes. No equipment is required.
  • Estimate the Moon’s percent illumination. Not illuminated at all would be 0%, half-illuminated would be 50%, and completely illuminated would be 100%.
  • Make a sketch or capture an image of the Moon that includes at least ten of the features below. Indicate your chosen features on your sketch or image:
    • Mare Crisium
    • Mare Fecunditatis
    • Mare Frigoris
    • Mare Imbrium
    • Mare Nectaris
    • Mare Nubium
    • Mare Serenitatis
    • Mare Tranquillitatis
    • Crater Copernicus
    • Crater Tycho
    • Crater Rays from Crater Copernicus
    • The Woman in the Moon

For more information about this challenge, and to learn how to submit your sketch or image, visit the Astronomical League website.

Note: You may make your observation any time between October 15, 2021 and October 22, 2021. The deadline for submission is November 22, 2021. You do not need to be a member of the Astronomical League to participate in this challenge.

A lot more Activities to do with People and Our Moon Goddess

7 October Moon Goddess’ Current Phase, Southwestern and Southeastern Hemisphere Planetary Positions

Moon Goddess’ Current Phase

You can use this link to go forward or backward in time for Moon phase information. If you are curious you can even find out what phase the Moon was in when you or anyone else, you know was on the date the person was born. 

From Moongiant.com 

Today the Moon will be in a Waxing Crescent Phase. A Waxing Crescent is the first Phase after the New Moon and is a great time to see the features of the moon’s surface. During this phase the Moon can be seen in the wester sky after the sun dips below the horizon at sunset. The moon is close to the sun in the sky and mostly dark except for the right edge of the moon which becomes brighter as the days get closer to the next phase which is a First Quarter with a 50% illumination.

Visit the October 2021 Moon Phases Calendar to see all the daily moon phase for this month.

Today’s Waxing Crescent Phase

The Waxing Crescent on October 7 has an illumination of 1%. This is the percentage of the Moon illuminated by the Sun. The illumination is constantly changing and can vary up to 10% a day. On October 7 the Moon is 1.15 days old. This refers to how many days it has been since the last New Moon. It takes 29.53 days for the Moon to orbit the Earth and go through the lunar cycle of all 8 Moon phases.

Phase Details

Phase: Waxing Crescent
Illumination: 1%
Moon Age: 1.15 days
Moon Angle: 0.54
Moon Distance: 367,849.63 km
Sun Angle: 0.53
Sun Distance: 149,475,937.59 km

Useful Moon Resources

October 6 Moon Goddess’ Current Phase, Northeastern and Northwestern Hemisphere Planetary Positions

Moon Goddess’ Current Phase

You can use this link to go forward or backward in time for Moon phase information. If you are curious you can even find out what phase the Moon was in when you or anyone else, you know was on the date the person was born. 

From Moongiant.com

The Moon’s current phase for today and tonight is a New Moon phase. During this phase the Moon is too close to the sun in the sky to be visible. The moon rises and sets with the sun and is not present in the night sky. Because of this the night sky is darker and an excellent time to view other celestial objects. Like the Full Moon, a New Moon happens at a very specific time when the sun and moon have the same ecliptic longitude and it can be measured down to the second it occurs.

Visit the October 2021 Moon Phases Calendar to see all the daily moon phase for this month.

Today’s New Moon Phase

The New Moon on October 6 has an illumination of 0%. This is the percentage of the Moon illuminated by the Sun. The illumination is constantly changing and can vary up to 10% a day. On October 6 the Moon is 0.03 days old. This refers to how many days it has been since the last New Moon. It takes 29.53 days for the Moon to orbit the Earth and go through the lunar cycle of all 8 Moon phases.

The 8 Lunar Phases

There are 8 lunar phases the Moon goes through in its 29.53 days lunar cycle. The 4 major Moon phases are Full Moon, New Moon, First Quarter and Last Quarter. Between these major phases, there are 4 minor ones: the Waxing Crescent, Waxing Gibbous, Waning Gibbous and Waning Crescent. For more info on the Moon Cycle and on each phase check out Wikipedia Lunar Phase page.

Phase Details

Phase: New Moon
Illumination: 0%
Moon Age: 0.03 days
Moon Angle: 0.54
Moon Distance: 371,419.45 km
Sun Angle: 0.53
Sun Distance: 149,518,954.95 km

Useful Moon Resources

Custom Planetary Positions

If you need to calculate the planetary positions for a specific use and time, click on this link

Currentplanetarypositions.com

To figure out GMT (Greenwich Mean Time) to your local time use this link

For Your Local Time and Date

Northwestern Hemisphere

The time for the Custom Planetary Positions is from the local time in Chicago, Illinois, USA 

October 06, 2021
09:00 pm GMT 3:00 PM CDT
Zodiac: Tropical (Standard Western)

Sun:13 Libra 49
Moon:19 Libra 25
Mercury:19 Libra 51 Rx
Venus:29 Scorpio 21
Mars:14 Libra 15
Jupiter:22 Aquarius 33 Rx
Saturn:06 Aquarius 54 Rx
Uranus:13 Taurus 55 Rx
Neptune:21 Pisces 11 Rx
Pluto:24 Capricorn 19
True Lunar Node:02 Gemini 41 Rx
Mean Lunar Node:04 Gemini 05 Rx
Lilith (Black Moon):08 Gemini 55
Chiron:10 Aries 30 Rx
Ceres:12 Gemini 07
Pallas:12 Pisces 20 Rx
Juno:18 Sagittarius 02
Vesta:08 Scorpio 21
Eris:24 Aries 20 Rx
Fire:3
Earth:2
Air:10
Water:4
Cardinal:7
Fixed:5
Mutable:7

Northeastern Hemisphere

The time for the Custom Planetary Positions is from the local time in Frankfurt, Germany, Europe

6 October 2021
02:00 pm GMT 4:00 PM CEST
Zodiac: Tropical (Standard Western)

Sun:13 Libra 32
Moon:15 Libra 11
Mercury:20 Libra 10 Rx
Venus:29 Scorpio 01
Mars:14 Libra 03
Jupiter:22 Aquarius 33 Rx
Saturn:06 Aquarius 54 Rx
Uranus:13 Taurus 55 Rx
Neptune:21 Pisces 12 Rx
Pluto:24 Capricorn 19 Rx
True Lunar Node:02 Gemini 43 Rx
Mean Lunar Node:04 Gemini 06 Rx
Lilith (Black Moon):08 Gemini 53
Chiron:10 Aries 31 Rx
Ceres:12 Gemini 07
Pallas:12 Pisces 24 Rx
Juno:17 Sagittarius 57
Vesta:08 Scorpio 12
Eris:24 Aries 20 Rx
Fire:3
Earth:2
Air:10
Water:4
Cardinal:7
Fixed:5
Mutable:7

October 3rd Northern Hemisphere Custom Planetary Positions

September 30th Today in History

History on September 30th

Important Events

  • 1520 Suleiman the Magnificent succeeds his father Selam I as Ottoman Sultan (rules till 1566)
  • 1846 Anesthetic ether used for 1st time by American dentist Dr William Morton who extracts a tooth

Today’s Historical Event

On This Day in Film and Television

Events in Film & TV

  • 1939 In the first televised college football game, Fordham beats Waynesburg, 34-7 at Randalls Island, NY
  • 1947 In first televised World Series Baseball game, NY Yankees beat Brooklyn Dodgers, 5-3 in Game 1 at Yankee Stadium; also largest WS crowd to date, 73,365
  • 1950 Radio’s “Grand Ole Opry” is broadcast on TV for 1st time
  • 1950 WSM TV channel 4 in Nashville, TN (NBC) begins broadcasting
  • 1953 WICS TV channel 20 in Springfield, IL (NBC) begins broadcasting
  • 1953 WMT (now KGAN) TV channel 2 in Cedar Rapids-Waterloo, IA (CBS) begins
  • 1954 Sandy Wilson’s musical “The Boy Friend”, cast includes Julie Andrews, making her Broadway debut, opens at the Royale Theatre, NYC; runs for 485 performances
  • 1955 American actor and cultural icon James Dean is killed in a car crash aged 24

More Events in Film & TV

On This Day in Music

Events in Music

  • 1791 Mozart‘s opera “Magic Flute”, with German libretto by Emanuel Schikaneder, premieres at Schikaneder’s Freihaus-Theater auf der Wieden in Vienna, Austria
  • 1935 George Gershwin‘s opera “Porgy and Bess” premieres in Boston
  • 1963 “Student Gypsy” opens at 84th St Theater NYC for 16 performances
  • 1964 “Oh What a Lovely War” opens at Broadhurst Theater NYC for 125 performances
  • 1965 Donovan’s 1st US TV appearance (Shindig)
  • 1992 26th Country Music Association Award: Garth Brooks wins
  • 1997 “Too Close” single released by Next (Billboard Song of the Year, 1998)
  • 2006 Farm Aid 19 held in Tinley Park, Illinois; performers include Willie Nelson, John MellencampNeil YoungDave MatthewsJerry Lee Lewis, Los Lonely Boys, Arlo Guthrie, Gov’t Mule, Steve Earle and Allison Moorer, Steel Pulse, Shelby Lynne, Nitty Gritty Dirt Band, and Jimmy Sturr & his Orchestra

More Events in Music

On This Day in Sports

  • 1659 Peter Stuyvesant of New Netherlands forbids tennis playing during religious services (1st mention of tennis in US)
  • 1882 British Open Men’s Golf, St Andrews: Bob Ferguson wins third consecutive Open title; beats fellow Scot Willie Fernie by 3 strokes
  • 1887 8th America’s Cup: New York Yacht Club’s cutter Volunteer beats Scottish challenger Thistle by 11:48.75 seconds on corrected time to win series, 2-0 off Newport, RI
  • 1904 White Sox lefty Doc White, pitches his 5th shutout in 18 days
  • 1915 Red Sox clinch AL pennant by beating Detroit
  • 1916 Giants lose to Braves 8-3, ends 26 consecutive win streak
  • 1922 Yanks clinch pennant #2, beating Boston 3-1
  • 1927 Yankees slugger Babe Ruth smacks his MLB record 60th home run off Tom Zachary in 8th inning of New York’s 4-2 win over Washington Senators at Yankee Stadium

Events in Sports

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Events in Sport

  • 1659 Peter Stuyvesant of New Netherlands forbids tennis playing during religious services (1st mention of tennis in US)
  • 1882 British Open Men’s Golf, St Andrews: Bob Ferguson wins third consecutive Open title; beats fellow Scot Willie Fernie by 3 strokes
  • 1887 8th America’s Cup: New York Yacht Club’s cutter Volunteer beats Scottish challenger Thistle by 11:48.75 seconds on corrected time to win series, 2-0 off Newport, RI
  • 1904 White Sox lefty Doc White, pitches his 5th shutout in 18 days
  • 1915 Red Sox clinch AL pennant by beating Detroit
  • 1916 Giants lose to Braves 8-3, ends 26 consecutive win streak
  • 1922 Yanks clinch pennant #2, beating Boston 3-1
  • 1927 Yankees slugger Babe Ruth smacks his MLB record 60th home run off Tom Zachary in 8th inning of New York’s 4-2 win over Washington Senators at Yankee Stadium
  • More Events in Sport

    Events in Sport

    • 1659 Peter Stuyvesant of New Netherlands forbids tennis playing during religious services (1st mention of tennis in US)
    • 1882 British Open Men’s Golf, St Andrews: Bob Ferguson wins third consecutive Open title; beats fellow Scot Willie Fernie by 3 strokes
    • 1887 8th America’s Cup: New York Yacht Club’s cutter Volunteer beats Scottish challenger Thistle by 11:48.75 seconds on corrected time to win series, 2-0 off Newport, RI
    • 1904 White Sox lefty Doc White, pitches his 5th shutout in 18 days
    • 1915 Red Sox clinch AL pennant by beating Detroit
    • 1916 Giants lose to Braves 8-3, ends 26 consecutive win streak
    • 1922 Yanks clinch pennant #2, beating Boston 3-1
    • 1927 Yankees slugger Babe Ruth smacks his MLB record 60th home run off Tom Zachary in 8th inning of New York’s 4-2 win over Washington Senators at Yankee Stadium
    • More Events in Sport

      Events in Sport

      • 1659 Peter Stuyvesant of New Netherlands forbids tennis playing during religious services (1st mention of tennis in US)
      • 1882 British Open Men’s Golf, St Andrews: Bob Ferguson wins third consecutive Open title; beats fellow Scot Willie Fernie by 3 strokes
      • 1887 8th America’s Cup: New York Yacht Club’s cutter Volunteer beats Scottish challenger Thistle by 11:48.75 seconds on corrected time to win series, 2-0 off Newport, RI
      • 1904 White Sox lefty Doc White, pitches his 5th shutout in 18 days
      • 1915 Red Sox clinch AL pennant by beating Detroit
      • 1916 Giants lose to Braves 8-3, ends 26 consecutive win streak
      • 1922 Yanks clinch pennant #2, beating Boston 3-1
      • 1927 Yankees slugger Babe Ruth smacks his MLB record 60th home run off Tom Zachary in 8th inning of New York’s 4-2 win over Washington Senators at Yankee Stadium
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Astronomy Picture of the Day

From NASA.gov

Discover the cosmos! Each day a different image or photograph of our fascinating universe is featured, along with a brief explanation written by a professional astronomer.

The Hydrogen Clouds of M33

Image Credit & Copyright: Luca Fornaciari

Explanation: Gorgeous spiral galaxy M33 seems to have more than its fair share of glowing hydrogen gas. A prominent member of the local group of galaxies, M33 is also known as the Triangulum Galaxy and lies a mere 3 million light-years away. Sprawling along loose spiral arms that wind toward the core, M33’s giant HII regions are some of the largest known stellar nurseries, sites of the formation of short-lived but very massive stars. Intense ultraviolet radiation from the luminous massive stars ionizes the surrounding hydrogen gas and ultimately produces the characteristic red glow. To highlight the HII regions in this telescopic image, broadband data used to produce a color view of the galaxy were combined with narrowband data recorded through a hydrogen-alpha filter, transmitting the light of the strongest hydrogen emission line. Close-ups of cataloged HII regions appear in the sidebar insets. Use the individual reference number to find their location within the Triangulum Galaxy. For example, giant HII region NGC604 is identified in an inset on the right and appears at position number 15. That’s about 4 o’clock from galaxy center in this portrait of M33.

September 29th Daily and Birthday Horoscopes and Current Moon Goddess’ Phase

Daily Horoscopes

Click here for Georgia Nicols’ Daily Horoscopes

Moon Alert

There are no restrictions to shopping or important decisions today. The Moon is in Cancer.

Aries (March 21-April 19)

Someone close to you might help you today. They might give you a gift or do a favour for you or give you advice. Because the gods are smiling on you, this is also an excellent day to ask for a loan or mortgage or help someone else.

Taurus (April 20-May 20)

A productive day! You will get a lot done because you’re in a practical frame of mind and motivated to achieve your objectives. Meanwhile, friends and partners are sympathetic to what you are trying to do and they might help you. Perfect! (We like.)

Gemini (May 21-June 20)

This is a good day to teach children or organize sports events or anything to do with the hospitality industry or the entertainment world. You will swiftly take care of practical matters in a cost-effective way. You might feel sympathetic to a coworker.

Cancer (June 21-July 22)

A family discussion will go well today, especially with a parent or an older family member. They might have good advice for you or give you practical assistance. Meanwhile, after you finish work, make time for play because this is a romantic, fun-loving day! Enjoy!

Leo (July 23-Aug. 22)

Because you’re in a practical frame of mind, you can tackle any work that requires effort, endurance and attention to detail. It’s an especially good day for mental work that requires concentration. Naturally, discussions with others will also be serious and practical.

Virgo (Aug. 23-Sept. 22)

If shopping today, you will be inclined to buy long-lasting practical items because you’re in a sensible frame of mind. Having said that, part of you feels dreamlike and whimsical! This part will encourage imaginative discussions and a longing to escape somewhere.

Libra (Sept. 23-Oct. 22)

Today it’s easy for you to be highly discipline, which is why you will channel your energies towards any goal that you set for yourself. Naturally, you will also derive great satisfaction when you fulfil this goal. (Shopping for something extravagant will appeal.) Oo la la!

Scorpio (Oct. 23-Nov. 21)

This is an excellent day for research or plugging away at anything that requires steady effort. Very likely, you will achieve the most by working alone or behind the scenes because you don’t want to be disturbed by others. Nevertheless, you will be sympathetic with loved ones.

Sagittarius (Nov. 22-Dec. 21)

Great day to make practical plans for the future! Someone older or more experienced might have advice for you. Your ability to work with a group is excellent. (However, some of you are dabbling in a secret, romantic love affair.)

Capricorn (Dec. 22-Jan. 19)

Because you are in control today and have lots of self-discipline, you will organize the efforts of others. Naturally, this will impress bosses, parents and VIPs. They will also be impressed because you want to conserve things and take a cost-cutting approach to something.

Aquarius (Jan. 20-Feb. 18)

This is a good day to make travel plans because you have concentration and focus to deal with a myriad of details. Furthermore, it’s a great day to study. You might also meet a guru-like figure or a teacher today. (Some of you will develop a crush on a boss or someone in authority.)

Pisces (Feb. 19-March 20)

Discussions about shared property, inheritances, taxes and red-tape details will go well today because you have excellent concentration and focus. In fact, this is a good day to negotiate a loan with bank. Meanwhile, you have strong feelings of escapism and would love to travel. You will admire art from other cultures.

If Your Birthday Is Today

Actor Roger Bart (1962) shares your birthday today. You have a strong sense of justice and fair play, which is why you embrace idealistic causes. You are perceptive and quick to size up a situation. You are generous and kind. You do not shirk challenges. This year you will learn and perhaps teach. You might enroll in formal education, or educate yourself personally. It is also a time for personal reflection.

 

Birthday Horoscope

Zodiac Sign Is Libra

To read anyone’s birthday horoscope

SEPTEMBER 29 birthday horoscope shows that you are not a selfish individual. You are concerned with others and will stand up for a worthy cause. Librans born on this birthday are typically impatient people who are even critical at times. But they have a good heart. And they know when they are needed.

Disliking unfair treatment, you are sensitive to violent acts and abuse. Those of you born today need security. You have good instincts and can usually predict the outcome of a situation, therefore, making you the right person to go to for advice.

Friendships are important to you as your love life can hold the same value. The September 29 birthday personality is magnetic and draws people to them from all walks of life. You can’t help it, but some people are truly jealous of this trait. You don’t worry about that as you are focused on your career, family and true friends.

Keeping your friends to a limit, you keep down the drama that a large number of friends will bring to the table. The September 29 birthday horoscope predicts that you are confident and sure of yourself.

The September 29th horoscope shows you to be dependable, enthusiastic and trustworthy which just a few more of your positive qualities. If you are so lucky as to have a Libra as a lover, be sure to take care of them. You will get much more in return if you do.

However, in love, you can be the jealous one. You usually put your heart and soul into loving someone and expect the same from your partner. Librans can be unpredictable though and hard to understand at times but are loving individuals dedicated to family. You have been known to sacrifice your wants, needs, and dreams for someone you love.

However, with good instincts, those born on this Libra birthday will not be hurried into a relationship if you have bad vibes from it. You are extremely cautious with your heart.

More often than not, you are skeptical when it comes to giving someone your trust. The September 29th birthday love compatibility analysis shows that you are likely compatible with someone who has the same qualities and principles as you.

The September 29 astrology predicts that as a parent, you are known to be a protective father or mother. This quality could be the result of how your parents treated you. Maybe you’re too protective and could lighten up a bit. Sometimes, the only way to grow is to make your mistakes.

Your friends depend on you, and you are their rock when they need to lean on someone. You make a good and dependable friend. This September 29 zodiac person usually has lasting friendships and romantic relationships. They are loyal to those who are dedicated to them. Often, you don’t forget much and have high expectations of yourself and those around you.

As far as your health is concerned, you don’t follow through all the time. You may start a routine, but it’s difficult for you to stay on track. You are excited at first, but then as time passes, you may find other things to do than exercise. Maybe taking a partner with you will increase your chances of seeing it through.

Your career is important to you. As a Libra born on September 29th, you make interesting leaders. Your charismatic quality becomes a valuable asset instead of this quality.

You’re smart and learn a lot from your business peers and are motivated by the happiness of others. You’d make an excellent teacher because of this. You have power over people that comes in handy for helping others achieve good and sound decisions.

This September 29 birthday personality is usually well-liked and thought of. You are sensitive and dislike drama and unfair treatment. You have an appeal that draws people to you.

You know a lot of people but are only friends with a few. You tend to take your career seriously and could be a memorable teacher. Your friends depend on your sound advice to get them out of situations or to change their circumstances.

Famous People And Celebrities Born On September 29

Gene Autry, Andrew Dice Clay, Kevin Durant, Bryant Gumbel, Madeline Kahn, Jerry Lee Lewis, Bum Phillips

See: Famous Celebrities Born On September 29

This Day That Year -September 29 In History

1911 – The Italo-Turkish War begins
1916 – Announcement of John Rockefeller as America’s first billionaire.
1927 – Long distance calls between the US and Mexico is made available
1941 – Lou Nova loses to Joe Louis in the heavyweight boxing title

September 29 Tula Rashi (Vedic Moon Sign)
September 29 Chinese Zodiac DOG

September 29 Birthday Planet

Your ruling planet is Venus that symbolizes love for everyone around us and what we desire regarding materialistic possessions.

September 29 Birthday Symbols

The Balance or Scales Is The Symbol For The Libra Sun Sign

September 29 Birthday Tarot Card

Your Birthday Tarot Card is The High Priestess. This card symbolizes a person with good intuition, knowledge and excellent decision-making skills. The Minor Arcana cards are Two of Swords and Queen of Swords

September 29 Birthday Zodiac Compatibility

You are most compatible with people born under Zodiac Sign Sagittarius: This love match will connect on an intellectual level.
You are not compatible with people born under Zodiac Sign VirgoThis love relationship will need devotion and patience to sustain.

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September 29 Lucky Number

Number 2 – This number signifies harmony, kindness, endurance, and dedication.

Read about: Birthday Numerology

Lucky Colors For September 29 Birthday

Silver: This color stands for emotions, reflections, wealth, and stability.
Pink: This is a soft color that signifies unconditional love, mothering, intuition, and affection.

Lucky Days For September 29 Birthday

Monday – This is the day of planet Moon that shows your emotional stability, feelings, and imagination.
Friday – This is a day of planet Venus that symbolizes art, love, creativity, and relationships.

September 29 Birthstone Opal

Opal gemstone that signifies fidelity, genuine love, emotional balance.

Ideal Zodiac Birthday Gifts For People Born On September 29th

A trench coat for the man and a gilt-edged mirror for the woman. These make excellent, memorable gifts. The September 29 birthday horoscope predicts that you like gifts that are well thought of.

Moon Goddess’ Current Phase

You can use this link to go forward or backward in time for Moon phase information. If you are curious you can even find out what phase the Moon was in when you or anyone else, you know was on the date the person was born. 

From Moongiant.com

Today the Moon will be in a Third Quarter phase. Sometimes called a Last Quarter Moon, this phase occurs roughly 3 weeks after the New Moon when the Moon is three quarter of the way through it’s orbit around the earth. If you live in the northern hemisphere the Moons left side will be illuminated and the right side will be dark. For those of you in the southern hemisphere it will be the opposite with the right side illuminated. On the day of the Third Quarter phase the Moon will rise around midnight on the eastern horizon and set in the west around noon the next day. In the days following the Third Quarter Phase the Moon’s illumination will decrees each day until the New Moon.

Visit the September 2021 Moon Phases Calendar to see all the daily moon phase for this month.

Last Quarter Phase

The Last Quarter on September 29 has an illumination of 46%. This is the percentage of the Moon illuminated by the Sun. The illumination is constantly changing and can vary up to 10% a day. On September 29 the Moon is 22.54 days old. This refers to how many days it has been since the last New Moon. It takes 29.53 days for the Moon to orbit the Earth and go through the lunar cycle of all 8 Moon phases.

Phase Details

Phase: Last Quarter
Illumination: 46%
Moon Age: 22.54 days
Moon Angle: 0.50
Moon Distance: 401,640.79 km
Sun Angle: 0.53
Sun Distance: 149,819,677.33 km

September 28th Current Moon Phases and Northern and Northeastern and Northwestern Hemisphere Planetary Positions

Moon Goddess’ Current Phase 

You can use this link to go forward or backward in time for Moon phase information. If you are curious you can even find out what phase the Moon was in when you or anyone else, you know was on the date the person was born. 

From Moongiant.com

Today the Moon will be in a Waning Gibbous Phase. This is the first phase after the Full Moon occurs. It lasts roughly 7 days with the Moon’s illumination growing smaller each day until the Moon becomes a Last Quarter Moon with an illumination of 50%. The average Moon rise for this phase is between 9pm and Midnight depending on the age of the phase. The moon rises later and later each night setting after sunrise in the morning. During this phase the Moon can also be seen in the early morning daylight hours on the western horizon.

Visit the September 2021 Moon Phases Calendar to see all the daily moon phase for this month.

Today’s Waning Gibbous Phase

The Waning Gibbous on September 28 has an illumination of 55%. This is the percentage of the Moon illuminated by the Sun. The illumination is constantly changing and can vary up to 10% a day. On September 28 the Moon is 21.64 days old. This refers to how many days it has been since the last New Moon. It takes 29.53 days for the Moon to orbit the Earth and go through the lunar cycle of all 8 Moon phases.

Phase Details

Phase: Waning Gibbous
Illumination: 55%
Moon Age: 21.64 days
Moon Angle: 0.49
Moon Distance: 403,885.94 km
Sun Angle: 0.53
Sun Distance: 149,862,428.63 km

Custom Planetary Positions for

Chicago, Illinois/Frankfurt, Germany, Los Angels, California

If you need to calculate the planetary positions for a specific use and time, click on this link 

Currentplanetarypositions.com

 To figure out GMT (Greenwich Mean Time) to your local time use this link  

For Your Local Time and Date

Northern Hemisphere 

The time for the Custom Planetary Positions is from the local time in Chicago, Illinois, United States of America

September 27, 2021
08:00 pm GMT 3:00 PM CDT
Zodiac: Tropical (Standard Western)

Sun:04 Libra 55
Moon:21 Gemini 20
Mercury:25 Libra 27 Rx
Venus:19 Scorpio 19
Mars:08 Libra 20
Jupiter:23 Aquarius 01 Rx
Saturn:07 Aquarius 02 Rx
Uranus:14 Taurus 12 Rx
Neptune:21 Pisces 25 Rx
Pluto:24 Capricorn 20 Rx
True Lunar Node:03 Gemini 26
Mean Lunar Node:04 Gemini 34 Rx
Lilith (Black Moon):07 Gemini 55
Chiron:10 Aries 55 Rx
Ceres:11 Gemini 45
Pallas:14 Pisces 18 Rx
Juno:15 Sagittarius 45
Vesta:03 Scorpio 39
Eris:24 Aries 26 Rx
Fire:3
Earth:2
Air:10
Water:4
Cardinal:6
Fixed:5
Mutable:8

Northeastern Hemisphere

The time for the Custom Planetary Positions is from the local time in Frankfurt, Germany, Europe

28 September 2021
01:00 pm GMT 3:00 PM CET
Zodiac: Tropical (Standard Western)

Sun:05 Libra 37
Moon:29 Gemini 43
Mercury:25 Libra 22 Rx
Venus:20 Scorpio 06
Mars:08 Libra 47
Jupiter:22 Aquarius 58 Rx
Saturn:07 Aquarius 01 Rx
Uranus:14 Taurus 11 Rx
Neptune:21 Pisces 24 Rx
Pluto:24 Capricorn 20 Rx
True Lunar Node:03 Gemini 26
Mean Lunar Node:04 Gemini 32 Rx
Lilith (Black Moon):08 Gemini 00
Chiron:10 Aries 53 Rx
Ceres:11 Gemini 47
Pallas:14 Pisces 08 Rx
Juno:15 Sagittarius 55
Vesta:04 Scorpio 01
Eris:24 Aries 25 Rx
Fire:3
Earth:2
Air:10
Water:4
Cardinal:6
Fixed:5
Mutable:8

Northwestern Hemisphere

The time for the Custom Planetary Positions is from the local time in Los Angels, California, USA

28 September 2021
10:00 pm GMT 3:00 PM PDT
Zodiac: Tropical (Standard Western)

Sun:05 Libra 59
Moon:04 Cancer 11
Mercury:25 Libra 18 Rx
Venus:20 Scorpio 31
Mars:09 Libra 02
Jupiter:22 Aquarius 57 Rx
Saturn:07 Aquarius 00 Rx
Uranus:14 Taurus 10 Rx
Neptune:21 Pisces 23 Rx
Pluto:24 Capricorn 20 Rx
True Lunar Node:03 Gemini 27
Mean Lunar Node:04 Gemini 31 Rx
Lilith (Black Moon):08 Gemini 02
Chiron:10 Aries 52 Rx
Ceres:11 Gemini 49
Pallas:14 Pisces 03 Rx
Juno:16 Sagittarius 00
Vesta:04 Scorpio 13
Eris:24 Aries 25 Rx
Fire:3
Earth:2
Air:9
Water:5
Cardinal:7
Fixed:5
Mutable:7

Northern Hemisphere September 26 Daily Correspondence Digest

 Moon Goddess’ Current Phase

Click here to find out the Moon phase for anyone’s birth date.

From Moongiant.comcom

The Moon’s current phase for today and tonight is a Waning Gibbous Phase. This is the first phase after the Full Moon occurs. It lasts roughly 7 days with the Moon’s illumination growing smaller each day until the Moon becomes a Last Quarter Moon with an illumination of 50%. The average Moon rise for this phase is between 9pm and Midnight depending on the age of the phase. The moon rises later and later each night setting after sunrise in the morning. During this phase the Moon can also be seen in the early morning daylight hours on the western horizon.

Visit the September 2021 Moon Phases Calendar to see all the daily moon phase for this month.

Today’s Waning Gibbous Phase

The Waning Gibbous on September 26 has an illumination of 73%. This is the percentage of the Moon illuminated by the Sun. The illumination is constantly changing and can vary up to 10% a day. On September 26 the Moon is 19.86 days old. This refers to how many days it has been since the last New Moon. It takes 29.53 days for the Moon to orbit the Earth and go through the lunar cycle of all 8 Moon phases.

The 8 Lunar Phases

There are 8 lunar phases the Moon goes through in its 29.53 days lunar cycle. The 4 major Moon phases are Full Moon, New Moon, First Quarter and Last Quarter. Between these major phases, there are 4 minor ones: the Waxing Crescent, Waxing Gibbous, Waning Gibbous and Waning Crescent. For more info on the Moon Cycle and on each phase check out Wikipedia Lunar Phase page.

Phase Details

Phase: Waning Gibbous
Illumination: 73%
Moon Age: 19.86 days
Moon Angle: 0.49
Moon Distance: 405,486.27 km
Sun Angle: 0.53
Sun Distance: 149,947,648.76 km

Useful Moon Resources

Custom Planetary Positions

If you need to calculate the planetary positions for a specific use and time, click on this link

Currentplanetarypositions.com

To figure out GMT (Greenwich Mean Time) to your local time use this link

For Your Local Time and Date

The time for the Custom Planetary Positions is from the local time in Chicago, Illinois, USA

September 26, 2021
03:00 pm GMT 10:00 AM CDT
Zodiac: Tropical (Standard Western)

Sun:03 Libra 44
Moon:07 Gemini 05
Mercury:25 Libra 27
Venus:17 Scorpio 57
Mars:07 Libra 32
Jupiter:23 Aquarius 06 Rx
Saturn:07 Aquarius 03 Rx
Uranus:14 Taurus 14 Rx
Neptune:21 Pisces 27 Rx
Pluto:24 Capricorn 20 Rx
True Lunar Node:03 Gemini 25
Mean Lunar Node:04 Gemini 38 Rx
Lilith (Black Moon):07 Gemini 47
Chiron:10 Aries 58 Rx
Ceres:11 Gemini 39
Pallas:14 Pisces 35 Rx
Juno:15 Sagittarius 27
Vesta:03 Scorpio 02
Eris:24 Aries 26 Rx
Fire:3
Earth:2
Air:10
Water:4
Cardinal:6
Fixed:5
Mutable:8

Witchcraft/Magickal

From witchswap.com

Sunday

is associated with the Sun and zodiac sign of Leo. I add Cancer and Aries to this because they are also associated with the Sun. The elemental correspondence is Fire, (shocking, I know). In my opinion Sunday is the most diverse day in terms of its spell correspondences. Spells for success, money/prosperity, healing, protection, insight, fame/power, attraction and empowerment are just a few of the spells that can be amplified if performed on a Sunday. Gods/Goddesses: Helios, Brigid. Brigid is the Goddess of Fire and the Hearth and is celebrated on Imbolc, which is known as the “Festival of Lights”. By invoking her on Sundays you can tap into her powers of illumination and maternal energy. Angel: Michael. Archangel Michael is the ultimate warrior. He can be petitioned to help aid your cause or to destroy an enemy. If this is an angel you work with often, Sunday would be an auspicious day for honoring him and offering him gifts of thanks.