Francis Bevan has put together his weekly horoscopes for the week 17 – 23 September 2020. This week’s celebrity birthday is David Wenham.
21 September 1965
The year ahead for David is a time for inner growth, finding out what really makes him tick and what he needs to make him happy. Self-awareness and discovery are all emphasised during the coming months. This is not the best year for love as separations from loved ones are likely and there may be several issues on the family front that will need to be addressed. David will become more aware of his expertise and purpose in life.
ARIES 21 Mar – 20 Apr
The New Moon on 17 September is the ideal time to attend to work matters and to sort out several financial or practical issues. Family life might be rather challenging; especially with members of the opposite sex being moodier than usual, you could find yourself involved in a series of family arguments.
TAURUS 21 Apr – 21 May
The New Moon on 17 September is the ideal time to get out and about and have some fun, especially with children or younger people. On the work front, you might feel that social networking and family members will fail to give adequate support for your career growth.
GEMINI 22 May – 21 June
The New Moon on 17 September is the ideal time to make some changes at home which may involve either a renovation or a general clean up. Be patient and thoughtful in solving family issues otherwise there will be misunderstandings, especially with sons and other younger males in the family.
CANCER 22 June – 22 July
The New Moon on 17 September indicates that people are going to be seeking you out for the pleasure of your company this week and that you are sure to be the centre of friendly interactions. If you’ve been feeling restless or a bit jaded lately, this will pass.
LEO 23 July – 23 Aug
The New Moon on 17 September is the ideal time to find ways to earn some more money, even though it may be a while before your efforts reap rewards. You will need to put extra effort into relationships with colleagues; self-discipline plays an important role in professional growth.
VIRGO 24 Aug – 23 Sept
The New Moon on 17 September in your own sign indicates that you should be looking good and feeling good. If not, this is the ideal time to spend some time and money on your appearance or to do something about any nagging health concerns.
LIBRA 24 Sept – 23 Oct
You need the co-operation of those around you, but acting like a petty tyrant is not going to win you any brownie points. The New Moon on 17 September is the ideal time to get a medical check-up – just to make sure everything is in working order.
SCORPIO 24 Oct – 22 Nov
The New Moon on 17 September is the ideal time for having some fun with your friends, whether that’s face-to-face or via Zoom for a virtual get-together. At work, there could be frustrations with slower-moving colleagues, especially if your work is dependent on their actions. Try to remain calm.
SAGITTARIUS 23 Nov – 21 Dec
The New Moon on 17 September is an ideal time to get new projects and ideas underway at work. Children, teenagers and younger people could cause frustrations; you may put yourself out for them only to find that they have a sense of entitlement or are unappreciative.
CAPRICORN 22 Dec – 20 Jan
Trying to strike a balance between love, professional and personal ambitions is going to be difficult this week and your home life could be affected because of it. The New Moon on 17 September is the ideal time to enjoy the company of children or younger people.
AQUARIUS 21 Jan – 19 Feb
You might find it difficult to express your instincts or flashes of psychic awareness this week. The New Moon on 17 September indicates it is a good time to review the way that you and/or your partner deal with money, and work out the best way to proceed forward.
PISCES 20 Feb – 20 Mar
The coming weeks are a time for thinking before acting. Do your homework before putting your plans into action. The New Moon on 17 September puts you in the mood to spoil your loved ones and show them just how much they mean to you.
WITH FRANCIS BEVAN, francisbevan.com