In the western tropical zodiac, Libra season begins at the Autumn Equinox, representing the “fall” in the Northern Hemisphere into the phase of the year when solar light will begin to diminish toward the Winter Solstice. Libra season begins on September 23 and ends on October 22.
What are the Libra dates in astrology?
What is the best month to be a Libra?
Although Libra horoscope birth dates can change depending on the year, these are generally the Libra calendar dates. For about 30 days each year, the Sun travels through the part of the zodiac occupied by Libra. September 23-October 22 is typically the Libra birth date range.
Some authors claimed this is when Libra season arrives — lovely and social and kind — to offer some fresh air and some relief in the form of balance and beauty. While the sun is in Libra — from about September 23 to October 23 every year — it offers us an energy that is sociable, harmonious, and fair-minded. Libra is an air sign: communicative and charismatic.
For about 30 days each year, the Sun travels through the part of the zodiac occupied by Libra. September 23-October 22 is typically the Libra birth date range. Occasionally, the Libra start date will be a day earlier on September 22, or the Libra end date will fall a day later on October 23.
When does the sun transit through the constellation of Libra?
The Sun transits this sign on average between September 23 ( September equinox) and October 23. Under the sidereal zodiac, the Sun currently transits the constellation of Libra from approximately October 31 to November 22.