Forecast 9/15 Today is a day for do-ers, so if you are one you’ll be up and out early.

If this is not your proclivity, you may still find yourself busier than usual. A well-planned day is one that gleans the best results so take time in the morning or the night before to map it out. There are many activities that present themselves so judicious choices maximize your enjoyment and productivity.

The Virgo New Moon occurs at 10:11 p.m. ET at 23° Virgo 37”.

(photo by Metro Centric – CC-BY)

The Sabian Symbol** for this New Moon is: “Mary And Her Little Lamb”. This particular image is one of the more unusual ones for me to contemplate.

On one hand, Mary takes her lamb to school, which delighted the other children. But the teacher put the lamb out, which supplies the guidance that you need to make choices to decide where to put your focus.

The lamb patiently waits for Mary, to remind you that the tried and true will there when you can get back to them. Perhaps the activities at school gain greater concentration for Mary when she knows that her reward afterwords is to be reunited with her beloved lamb.

For those of you in the Croton, NY area, please join me Saturday 9/15 at Opal Moon to celebrate the Virgo New Moon.

** We are still in the process of understanding the Sabian symbols, which were channeled in 1925. The spiritualist astrologer Marc Edmund Jones, took Elsie Wheeler, a clairvoyant confined to a wheelchair to a San Diego park with a project. He put a symbol for each of the 360∞ of the zodiacal wheel on 360 cards. She proceeded to come up with visual phrases for each one of them. They were done in random order and they have a magic that is hard to decipher, yet feels totally right.