The Sun squares Saturn September 13, peaking at 10: 58 PM, EST. You will feel the energy the day before and possibly the day after. This is a restrictive and tiring transit, that will seem limiting in many ways that can include relationships, future plans and daily activities.
Communication and actions may seem inhibited on this day. Others may try and restrict your action or it could be the other way around. Some people may seem stern, harsh or cold.
You could experience criticism from authority figures, and this day represents a test to get ahead and move forward in normal day to day activities.
Romantic relationships may seem to cool down, or you could experience a lack of romantic opportunity. Some relationships will end, but it would not be due to this short lived transit, and they would be tottering on the edge anyway. This is not a great day for social activity, especially relating to new acquaintances.
As Saturn rules fear, you could feel fearful about certain situations or pessimistic. Your natural vitality may seem off. You could be too hard on yourself if you aren't careful.
If other circumstances permit it, this could be a day you push through and accomplish practical undertakings with a lot of hard work.
Watch your mood today, and how you come across to others. Some people may simply 'wake up on the wrong side of the bed.'
If you have mutable planets (Gemini, Virgo, Sagittarius, Pisces) at 20-21 degrees, this transit could affect your chart and bring change, depending on what it is aspecting. Some situations could come together, or end altogether.
This transit will play out in the world and the US, as it hits the transiting Saturn-Neptune square currently in the US natal chart. We may hear reports of the amount of damage recent weather conditions have caused, or matters pertaining to foreign events and/or scandals, and it is not limited to these situations.
Transit Saturn square Neptune in the US chart relates to the recent extreme weather conditions, scandals, unclear foreign situations and even theft, as the identity of 143 million Americans has been stolen through Equifax.