The Moon, Pluto, Jupiter, Mercury and Venus all have a say in how our Thursday goes. It’s going to be a challenging day, but we’ll all be feeling super motivated at work or in personal projects, even if our emotions are to and fro. Express.co.uk reveals your horoscope, star sign reading, astrology and zodiac forecast for September 9.
The Moon spends another full day in the sign of “gracious and compromising Libra,” Cafe Astrology’s team pointed out.
The mystics explained: “This time, it harmonizes with Jupiter and challenges Pluto.
“We want to give the benefit of the doubt, but our fear of betrayal, whether from the universe or a person, can lead to distrust.
“We should watch for swinging from blind faith to suspicion when the truth is somewhere in between.
“Today’s transits are good for motivation levels with work, projects, or personal interests. There can be opportunities to pursue absorbing topics and projects.
“We’re seeking more joy and meaning in our pursuits, and especially our obligations”
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The site explains: “’Nothing is forever’ is a hard lesson to learn. Even harder? The lesson that the Tower teaches: Nothing is ever truly stable.
“If you’ve pulled this card, it means your life may have already experienced or will soon experience an upheaval.
“Don’t be afraid, though. If it feels like your life is falling, it’s because you may have put your energy into endeavours that weren’t truly worthwhile.
“If this card appears in your reading, take it as a warning and a gift. Strong change is coming, but if you expect it and learn from its destruction, you’ll become truer to yourself in the future.
“The Tower, made of rocks and foliage, is suddenly struck by lightning in this card—jolting the rocks so the Tower will fall to the ground.
“The shock of its hit is representative of the spontaneous destruction this card brings into our lives. The crow, a foreboding omen.
“However, at the bottom of the Tower, we see blooming mushrooms and plants. This is to suggest a new beginning is possible once the Tower falls.”