23rd September – 22nd October Sun enters Libra
The Sun passes from the Zodiac sign of Virgo into Libra at the time of the Autumn Equinox. Equinox means equal night and this is the time when day and night are equal in light and dark hours.
The Equinox is celebrated from 21st -24th September and prepared for with inner reflection and recalibration. Our bodies go through certain changes at this time and we can often find ourselves drinking more liquids and detoxing without really thinking about it consciously. (more…)
The Sun passes through the Zodiac sign of Leo from 24th July to 23rd August.
The symbol for Leo is the Lion and the ruling planet is the Sun. Blazing strongly at the centre of our Solar System, the Sun empowers the light in our cells and illuminates our Solar Plexus and Heart centres.
Like the Lion, Leo energy is sovereign, masterful and proud. Our inner strength and warm hearted generosity glow and grow under this astrological aspect and, during the hot days and warm nights, we tend to be more sociable and confident .
Astrology by Zoe Hind – Astro Zo
Mars – Gemini – (22 June – 4 August 2011)
When Mars moves through a Zodiac sign (usually for six weeks), he brings energy and drive into play. Gemini is the mental quick thinker, the communicator and the messenger. With this speedy aspect we may be tempted to speak before we think. This will be a great time to watch as the silent observer and see how our minds create our reality. Power is nothing without control. On 25th July, Mars passes over 23 degrees and the message of the recent Full Moon Eclipse in Sagittarius may be reactivated.
The Sun passes through the Zodiac sign of Cancer from 22nd June to 23rd July.
The symbol for Cancer is the Crab, although I prefer the ancient Celtic association with Domnu, Goddess of the Seas, whose totem animals were the whale, dolphin, salmon, seal and heron. She was celebrated on the shores at the time of the Summer Solstice. (more…)
Gemini Climate by Zoe Hind.
The Zodiac month of Gemini takes us from 21st May up to the Summer Solstice on 21st June where we celebrate the day with the most daylight. After this we head into the half of the year where the nights begin to draw in culminating with the day with the least daylight – the Winter Solstice and celebrate the rebirth of the Sun. (more…)