Beltane in Southern Hemisphere – Samhain in Northern Hemisphere

Blessed Beltane to all in the Southern Hemisphere.

Beltane Festival is held in honour of the god Bel.

In some modern traditions he is also known by the names, Beli, Belar, Balor, or Belenus.

In the myth of many modern traditions of wicca/witchcraft, Beltane marks the appearance of the Horned One, who is the rebirth of the Solar God slain during the Wheel of the Year. He then becomes consort to the Goddess, impregnating her with his seed, and thereby ensuring his own rebirth once again.

Beltane marks the beginning of summer’s half and the pastoral growing season. The word “Beltane” literally means “bright fire”, and refers to the bonfires lit during this season.

It is also a time of beginnings,…

Beltane continued….Scroll down for Samhain

To all in the Northern Hemisphere I wish you a blessed Samhain and enjoy Halloween.

Samhain Traditions

“Sam” and “hain” meant “end of” and “summer” to the Celts. They observed only two seasons of the year: summer and winter. So, Samhain was celebrated at the transition of these seasons.

Samhain, (pronounced SOW-in, SAH-vin, or SAM-hayne)is the third and final Harvest. The dark winter half of the year commences on this Sabbat. It is generally celebrated on October 31st, but some traditions prefer November 1st. It is one of the two “spirit-nights” each year, the other being Beltane. Originally the “Feast of the Dead” was celebrated in Celtic countries by leaving food offerings on altars and doorsteps for the “wandering dead”.

To Witches, Samhain is one of the four High Holidays, or Greater Sabbats. Because it is the most important holiday of the year, it is sometimes called ‘THE’ Great Sabbat. Pagans consider Samhain the most magical night of the year. It occurs exactly opposite of Beltane…

Sweet Beltane

Image result for beltane southern hemisphere
By Fawn Devi
Swirling around the maypole
Dancing to the drums
Celebrating sweet Beltane
Summer has begun
Mother earth breathes New life
Under the sun aglow
The marriage of the earth and sky
Fertility bestowed
Swirling around the maypole
Flowers in our hair
It’s the Goddess and the green man
& they’re blessed love affair
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Beltane – Spring is Here! Time to Get Your Gardens Ready

Welcome to springtime in the southern hemisphere. As the warmer weather comes a witches thoughts turns to sowing a garden. A garden can mean a different thing to each of us. For me it is getting my physical seeds ready for my veggie garden, to check to see if my herbs survived the winter or if I need to start new ones. Spiritually it means starting new seeds/paths for me to be able to grow to be closer to Mother Earth, the Universal energies, my students, and my teachers. To be able in the fall to reap full benefits of all that I have learned and put them into practice whether it is in my own personal life or helping my students with something. This year I need to plant new seeds and seedlings for all my flower gardens because early heavy rains in this part of the country washed away two inches of top soil in all my flower beds.

What does planting a garden mean to you? Do you plant flowers, vegetables, herbs, goals or a little of all of these or any combination? Remember whatever you plant will come to fruition with the right amount of love, watering (spiritually this can be communicating with each other in the pagan community or even be emailing me to say hi), sunshine (remember to thank the Sun God) and nurturing from within yourself (positive thoughts and affirmations) and from others in our community.

I would really LOVE to SEE COMMENTS on this post, please. Share with us your seeds and lets us help you grow them to their fullest potential!

Copyright 2017 Lady Beltane

A Version of the History of Beltane

History of Beltane from beltanefire.com.au

The Beltane fire festival welcomes the abundance of the fertile earth and is celebrated with bonfires, Maypoles, burning of the Wickerman, dancing, and a feast, with its roots in European traditions, Beltane is observed by many of today’s Pagans and others as a time for performing rituals

The Celts divided the year into two main seasons. Winter, the beginning of the year fell on November 1 (Irish: Samain) and midyear and summer on May 1 (Irish: Beltaine), opposite for us here in the Southern Hemisphere.

These two junctures were thought to be critical periods when the bonds between the human and supernatural worlds were temporarily erased; on May Eve (southern hemisphere)…

Beltane of the Southern Hemisphere

Today, in the Pagan calendar, the north celebrate the coming of winter at Samhainn. And all the while the sun is peaking up from behind the lush vernal trees and dancing for us once more in the southern hemisphere, as we welcome Beltane on October 31st. Or as I like to refer to it Beltane of the underworld.

A pagan spiral formation in Faerie Glenn where everything is miniature and enchanted. Copyright Content Catnip 2010

Beltane is  the Gaelic seasonal festival historically held to mark the midpoint between the spring equinox & summer solstice (Là Bealltainn in Scottish Gaelic; Lá Bealtaine in Irish). Fire is the traditional means of marking this spring festival of optimism & return.

A famous Ossianic lament…

Click here to read more about Southern Hemisphere Beltane from ContentCatnip.com

BELTANE: SOUTHERN HEMISPHERE

Southern Hemisphere Beltane by Jane Hardwicke Collings

The date for the Southern Hemispheric Beltane is October 31st and ‘May Day’ is November 1st. The climax of Spring!

Beltane is the peak of Spring, a celebration of fertility. In ancient times it was the Beltane Rites that recon- nected each year the King to the Goddess, the masculine to the feminine. It is a time for us to give thanks for our fertile lives, our creativity and our gender specific gifts and roles. Its a time to notice and honour the difference in the masculine and feminine. It is a time of increasing growth, building to almost full potential, of beauty and heightened passion.

Beltane Spiritual Practice

Your being, as part of the Earth, part of the cycle of the seasons, will be influenced by this energy whether you’re paying attention to it or not. If you pay some attention, you will feel it, and you can be in flow with it.

Think like the gardener, and align with the Earth energy of now, contemplate the growth that is peaking in your life, that is getting all the attention…

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

October 6th Witchcraft/Magickal Correspondences

From Ancient Pathway

Wednesday
Magickal Intentions:
Communication, Divination, Writing, Knowledge, Business Transactions, Debt, Fear,Loss, Travel, Money Matters
Incense:
Jasmine
Lavender
Sweet Pea
Planet:
Mercury
Chiron
Sign:
Virgo
Angel:
Colors:
Orange
Light Blue
Grey
Yellow
Violet
Herbs/Plants:
Fern
Lavender
Hazel
Cherry
Perriwinkle
Stones:
Aventurine
Bloodstone
Hematitie
Moss Agate
Sodalite

Wednesday’s Angel

From Angelorum.com

Angel is Raphael, ruler of Mercury. Raphael is the patron of healers and travellers. He will keep you safe on all of life’s journeys and help you to communicate in a way that promotes healing and peace.

The colours are green and yellow. Yellow calcite and green agate are crystals that can help you connect with this gentle angel. Some scents used to invoke archangel Raphael are chamomile, lemongrass and sandalwood.

Friday Witchcraft/Magickal Correspondences

From AncientPathway.com

Friday

Magickal Intentions:
Love, Romance, Marriage, Sexual Matters, Physical Beauty, Friendship and Partnerships, Strangers, Heart
Incense:
Strawberry
Sandalwood
Rose
Saffron
Vanilla
Planet:
Venus
Sign:
Libra
Taurus
Angel:
Colors:
Green
Pink
Aqua
Herbs/Plants:
Pink Rose
Ivy
Birch
Heather
Clematis
Sage
Violet
Water Lilly
Stones:
Rose Quartz
Moonstone
Pink Tourmaline
Peridot
Emerald
Jade

 

Beltane Printable Coloring Pages

I am not sure how large these will print out. I have found the easiest way to print them is to save them to my computer than print them out individually.

A Thought for Today

What is the Reason for Rain on Samhain?

[Revisions made September 25,2021 so a couple of dates might be wrong. The dates for my father’s and mother’s births and deaths are correct]

I have often wonder why it almost always rains and is cold on Samhain. Where I live, in the central United States, it usually nice the day before and the day after but rarely the day of.

This morning my Guides gave me an answer to this question that seems so right I have no idea why I never thought of it. It rains on Samhain because the veil between our world and the Summerlands is very thin allowing what the Spirits of our family and friends are feeling about residing in the Summerlands to come into our world and our feelings to go easier into their world. It also makes it easier to converse with them in many different ways (coming soon a post explaining this more)

Just as we weep for loved ones lost because we miss the person they were in this lifetime they weep because they miss us also so. The rain we experience is in reality their tears. The cold is because they do not need heat to keep a incarnated body warm like we do in this world.

When honoring your ancestors this Samhain remember to take into account their feelings and try to explain yours to them. Communication is not just important when we some someone face to face it is important when dealing with those who have crossed over too.  Do not think the dialogue has to stop when Samhain is over, it may not be as easy to hear them but if they have something you really need to hear you will. Talk to them, ask them questions, tell them things. Just because they no longer have a physical body does not mean they are not interested in things going on in your life.

When helping those who passed away this past year cross into the Summerlands remind them of the happiness, rest, joy and love they will feel there instead of the cold uncertainty of roaming this world with no physical body. If you feel they are hanging on to something in this world or have unfinished business they want to take care before moving across the veil ask how you can help them let go or finish the unfinished business. It is important for us all to cross into the Summerlands after our physical bodies will no longer support life in this world, so we can rejuvenate and be reborn into our next life time.

Talking with my mom today and helping her to finish something she left undone (this I will not share as it was very personal between the two of us) after dreaming about her the other night (October 2015) for the first time since she passed (Born December 12, 1934 Died August 24, 2015) brought a calm to me I have not felt since the day before she passed. I knew the moment my mom passed as I felt a pull on both my heart and root charkas the two most connected thigs in our human body that connect us our to our parents and our children. She is happy and excited to be fully reunited with my dad, he refused rebirth until she and he could have some time together alone and with my eight siblings, who all passed away shortly before or after birth, in the Summerlands They both told me today that they will wait for me to join them in the future when it is my time to return to the Summerlands before they consider another lifetime in this world. Which made me feel very loved and special. It also makes me cry happy/sad tears every time I think about the sacrifice they choose to make for me. You see my dad (Born March 25, 1934) crossed over the veil exactly one month before my twelfth birthday on April 1, 1970. (Please NO April Fool’s jokes. Thank you)

I am sorry if this post seems to ramble some but I was typing as it came to me and had a couple of interruptions for trick-or-treater, all the kids in the neighborhood love to come to the Witch’s house because she gives out good treat if they do not trick her.

[Some of this paragraph maybe early while some of it could be what  you needed to read today] May your Samhain be blessed,. May your time with your ancestors be joyful. My your New Year be filled with everything you need, a warm home, loving family and friends, enough food to keep hunger at bay, clothing to keep you comfortable and even bring you a way to get a couple of things you just want.

2015 Lady Beltane

Happy and Blessed Ostara Dear Sisters, Brothers, and Guests

Ostara – Sabbat Lore and Traditions

For more about Ostara

Date: September 20  – 23

Other Names: Spring Equinox, Lady Day, Alban Eiler (Druidic)

Pronunciations: uh-star-uh, oh-star-uh

As Spring reaches its midpoint, night and day stand in perfect balance, with light on the increase. The young Sun God now celebrates a hierogamy (sacred marriage) with the young Maiden Goddess, who conceives. In nine months, she will again become the Great Mother. It is a time of great fertility, new growth, and newborn animals.

The next full moon (a time of increased births) is called the Ostara and is sacred to Eostre the Saxon Lunar Goddess of fertility (from whence we get the word estrogen, whose two symbols were the egg and the rabbit.

The Christian religion adopted these emblems for Easter which is celebrated on the first Sunday after the first full moon following the vernal equinox. The theme of the conception of the Goddess was adapted as the Feast of the Annunciation, occurring on the alternative fixed calendar date of March 25 Old Lady Day, the earlier date of the equinox. Lady Day may also refer to other goddesses (such as Venus and Aphrodite), many of whom have festivals celebrated at this time.

Herbs: Daffodil, Jonquils, Woodruff, Violet, Gorse, Olive, Peony, Iris, Narcissus and all spring flowers

Traditional Foods: Leafy green vegetables, Dairy foods, Nuts such as Pumpkin, Sunflower and Pine. Flower Dishes and Sprouts

Incense: Jasmine, Rose, Strawberry, Floral of any type

Stones: Jasper

Recipes

Ancient Celebrations for Today – OSTARA

For more about Ostara and the Wheel of The Year

Ostara marks the Spring Equinox, which happens between March 19 -23. Ostara is a pagan celebration of the German goddess Eostre and the origins of the Christian celebration of Easter. As the beginning of spring Ostara is a good time to literally and figuratively plant seeds for the future.

In modern day living Ostara is also good time to start taking action on the ideas and goals you started thinking about around Yule and Imbolc. What you plant during Ostara will be ready to be harvested during the coming summer months and the sabbats of Beltane, Litha and Lughnasadh.

Ostara is also a good time to freshen up your home and life. Take time to do some spring cleaning. Cleaning isn’t just limited to your home. Take some time to declutter and clean up areas where you spend a lot of time, like your car, your computer (delete those old emails!) or your work office.

Symbols Of Ostara

Colors:  Green, pink, blue

Foods:  Eggs, honey, sprouted greens, baked goods, asparagus

Stones:  Aquamarine, amethyst, rose quartz

Symbols:  Rabbits, eggs, spring flowers , lambs, clover, baskets

Flowers & Plants: clover, daffodils, crocus, tulips

Deities:   Isis, Estotre, Adonis

Ways To Celebrate Ostara…

September 20th Daily and Birthday Horoscope

Daily Horoscope

To read Georgia Nicols daily horoscopes

Moon Alert

Avoid shopping or making important decisions from 7:30 PM to 11:30 PM EDT today (4:30 PM to 8:30 PM PDT). After that, the Moon moves from Pisces into Aries. Note: The Full Moon peaks in Pisces at 7:55 PM EDT (4:55 PM PDT).

Aries (March 21-April 19)

Today’s Full Moon might create some speed bumps in your job, your health and perhaps with a pet. Nevertheless, you’ll enjoy talking to friends today. In particular, you will enjoy your involvement with a group (big or small).

Taurus (April 20-May 20)

Romance might be challenging today due to the Full Moon. Ditto for your relations with kids. However, this is a positive day at work for you, especially regarding travel discussions and dealing with other cultures. People have big ideas!

Gemini (May 21-June 20)

You might be pulled between the demands of home and family versus the demands of your career and your public life today. If so, you can’t ignore home and family. Meanwhile, this is a fun-filled day! Enjoy social outings, sports events and fun times with kids.

Cancer (June 21-July 22)

Pay attention to everything you say and do today because today’s Full Moon is an accident-prone time for you. Look sharp. Fortunately, it’s a good day for family get-togethers, family discussions and family businesses. (Be aware of the Moon Alert.)

Leo (July 23-Aug. 22)

Certain financial matters might come to a head today, which is classic for any Full Moon. You might have to make a choice about putting your own interests first or those of someone else. Fortunately, you can sweettalk anyone today. This is also a busy, upbeat day!

Virgo (Aug. 23-Sept. 22)

The Full Moon today is the only Full Moon opposite your sign all year; and it could create tension between you and partners or close friends. Patience will be your best ally. Be aware of the Moon Alert before making big money decisions (which you might do).

Libra (Sept. 23-Oct. 22)

Health issues or something to do with your job might create a tough choice for you today. Like being pulled in two directions. Fortunately, your ability to inspire kids and socialize with others is tops! People are ready to follow your lead and do your bidding.

Scorpio (Oct. 23-Nov. 21)

Expect a few hiccups in the romance department today or anything to do with the entertainment world, sports and activities with kids because these are the areas that will feel the brunt of today’s Full Moon. Meanwhile, behind the scenes research will pay off! Check Moon Alert.

Sagittarius (Nov. 22-Dec. 21)

You might find yourself in a tug-of-war between home and family versus your career and your reputation. (That’s because of the Full Moon pulling you in two directions.) Today you can’t ignore your career. It’s a marvellous day to schmooze with younger, creative people and groups.

Capricorn (Dec. 22-Jan. 19)

Be careful today because the Full Moon can trigger an accident-prone influence for you. Therefore, pay attention to everything you say and do. Keep your eyes open. Meanwhile, discussions with bosses and parents will go well. (Don’t volunteer for anything during the Moon Alert.)

Aquarius (Jan. 20-Feb. 18)

Certain financial issues related to your salary, cash flow or shared property (including inheritances) might come to a head today. Meanwhile, this is a good day to make travel plans but not during the Moon Alert. Yes, it’s a bit complicated today. And so it goes.

Pisces (Feb. 19-March 20)

The only Full Moon in your sign all year is taking place today, which could create some tension with partners and close friends. Relax, this is nothing you can’t handle. Stay chill. Other discussions will go well.

If Your Birthday Is Today

Actress Sophia Loren (1934) shares your birthday today. You are a gentle, intelligent person who seeks peace and harmony in your life. You value your personal security. However, when you want to be, you are straightforward and to the point! This is a year of learning and teaching for you. Seek ways to learn new things either formally or on your own. Take time for yourself to be introspective.

Birthday Horoscope

Zodiac Sign Is Virgo

SEPTEMBER 20 birthday horoscope shows that you are a Virgo who is typically straightforward and honest. You are a doer rather than one who sits on the sidelines. You are always ready to take the initiative. And you never rest till you have completed the task on hand.

Some say that you are what people call an opportunist as you are always looking for ways to come up in the business world. This is not such a bad thing as everyone needs a mentor or someone they can come to for reliable advice.

The September 20 birthday personality has incredibly good judgment when it comes to decorating, choosing a restaurant, people and things of that nature. Also, you are practical and, you can handle most any situation that comes your way.

Raised to have respect for others, you are concerned with the quality of life that your friends and family have. Although you may be “hard” to them, they appreciate your firmness as it only benefits them in the long run.

 

The September 20 horoscope predicts that the biggest problem a person born on this day may have is admitting to mistakes. To grow, my dear Virgo, you need to learn from your errors instead of avoiding the fact that you could have been wrong. Until you can admit this, even if it’s just to yourself, you are doomed to repeat the same careless and silly blunders.

This Virgo birthday person is typically the bargain hunter. You know how to find a great deal and to manage your money. You are a person who is sure of your ability to fix things including relationships. The September 20 zodiac shows that spirituality usually plays an important part of who you are and actually, you may have an interest in holistic healthcare, the supernatural or the occult.

Those who are born on this September 20th birthday and are career and goal-oriented may go to school for a long time trying to stay up to date on the ever-changing laws and regulations relating to professional growth. Having been a student, you have little trouble living within your means as you know your ship will eventually come in.

As a Virgo who is in love, you are easy to become too attached or you may let your feelings or your emotions run amok. The 20 September astrology predicts that you can sometimes be obsessive-compulsive in matters relating to romance. When you do this, you tend to make people run away.

But you have to allow the person to get to you know you first. With any luck at all, you will find someone who is much like you, and he or she will understand and accept this birthday personality trait.

Too much, too soon can ruin a relationship that could be successful. Once you learn to calm down and take things one day at a time, you stand a chance of at least getting another date with that special someone and perhaps one day, you will have a lasting love relationship.

As time goes on, this September 20 zodiac person may find themselves in a business partnership with their lover. This would be ideal if given acceptance and loyalty. Typically, you desire and need an attraction outside of one that is merely physical. Your friends tell us that you have trust issues. With the number of people who call themselves “friends,” it is likely that you will find one who is not really on your side.

Naturally, you only trust those that you have as your close friends. If you are lucky enough to have a family, then this zodiac birthday person will not be found guilty of spoiling their kids. What your birthday says about you is that you will likely be stern parents who will teach their children to have superior ethics.

The September 20 birthday personality usually have good health practices. You work out, eat right and you could be a whiz in the kitchen. In addition to your physical health, you realize that a healthy mind is in order.

You could be interested in holistic health care or the supernatural. It is not uncommon for someone born today to incorporate his spirituality into a lifestyle that uses meditation as a form of relaxation and motivation.

Famous People And Celebrities Born On September 20

Asia Argento, Ian Desmond, Sophia Loren, Debbi Morgan, Deborah Roberts, Leo Strauss, John Tavares

See: Famous Celebrities Born On September 20

This Day That Year – September 20 In History

1927 – Tom Zachary throws Babe Ruth his 60th homerun hit of the season
1951 – First time a jet crosses over the North Pole
1955 – Willie Mays bats 50 home runs in a season; he is the 7th person to reach this potential
1975 – The record by David Bowie, “Fame,” goes to the #1 spot

September 20 Kanya Rashi (Vedic Moon Sign)
September 20 Chinese Zodiac ROOSTER

September 20 Birthday Planet

Your ruling planet is Mercury that symbolizes how you analyze the facts kept in front of you and express them.

September 20 Birthday Symbols

The Virgin Is The Symbol For The Virgo Sun Sign

September 20 Birthday Tarot Card

Your Birtday Tarot Card is Judgement. This card shows changes that will occur in your life and plans that will come to execution. The Minor Arcana cards are Ten of Disks and Queen of Swords

September 20 Birthday Zodiac Compatibility

You are most compatible with people born under Zodiac Sign CapricornThis relationship will be secure, stable and balanced.
You are not compatible with people born under Zodiac Sign Aquarius: This relationship will not be supportive or happy.

See Also:

September 20 Lucky Number

Number 2 – This number stands for tact, balance, relationships, kindness and good manners.

Read about: Birthday Numerology

Lucky Colors For September 20 Birthday

Silver: This is a color that symbolizes intuition, wisdom, quality, and grace.
White: This is a pure color that symbolizes openness, completion, virginity, and knowledge.

Lucky Days For September 20 Birthday

Monday – This day ruled by Moon symbolizes imagination and how we interact with family and friends.
Wednesday – This day ruled by the planet Mercury is symbolic of our efforts at expression, logic, and intelligence.

September 20 Birthstone Sapphire

Sapphire gemstone is symbolic of wisdom, trust, meditation and mental peace.

Ideal Zodiac Birthday Gifts For People Born On September 20th

Health coupons from an organic health shop for the man and a set of nonfuss cookware for the woman. The September 20 birthday horoscope predicts that you like simple gifts.