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New Beginnings September 2022

Updated: Oct 29, 2022

Heliocentric sidereal conjunctions


The heavens do tell us stories - there's never just a conjunction or just one month of this or that - in my world, there's no such thing as "coincidence" and when the patterns as they are, so wonderfully working hand in hand and from one "new beginning" to the next within days or weeks those are not "separate"... just as in a book one chapter does go into another as "evolving" even if new Players come in...

From this perspective, you may want to look at the new Beginnings from other months ;-)



Pallas conjoins Sedna at 3°54’4” sid. Taurus on 1st/2nd September 2022


Their last conjunction took place in January 2018 just 2 degrees back at the cusp. Even though their meeting place is very similar, the chart isn’t – back in 2018 they were in a 60° angle from Chiron at the fish-head in sid. Pisces, which has shifted to now being a 45° angle – so a totally different part/task within the cycles…

Now they’re also in a quincunx (150°) from/by Haumea in early sid. Libra (constellation Virgo) and in a 120° angle from/by Pluto in very early sidereal Capricorn.


Pallas as the “creative problem solver” and Sedna the “exiled” (maybe the divine feminine or the soul or both) do work together well – one strategic and clear, the other full of experiences “not of this world” so to speak…

More about Pallas: https://www.faempowerment.com/pallas-athena

More about Sedna: https://www.faempowerment.com/sedna


We’re now finishing up the intense self-reflecting, shadow work type of energy in the sense of “letting go”, the need to leave the old behind and to focus onto something new that may not have a concrete form but a feeling, a vibe, a wish ... Yes, it sounds nice yet, letting go comes always with some tension because we also need to accept what is…


We may observe ourselves or in our environment some “clinging” to old patterns (may that now be “nice or not so nice ones”), some kind of “stubbornness” to accept changes. Same time though, there might also be the knowing that things do have to change. So, it might feel a bit as “sitting between the bench and the table” when it comes to the inclusion of our core- or soul wisdom into our strategies and ideas for solutions.


Sedna may have seen betrayal, trauma and all these kinds of things but she built herself a new “home” a new environment … to do so, we may just need to open to whatever possibilities that will show up and embrace them with grace and gratitude – the feminine principle does include the ability to receive, which is difficult for most of us …

Sedna’s orbit is the longest of any so far discovered planet – it’s 11’400 years or so – she will reach her perihelion (closest to the Sun, most influential) in roughly 50 years or so – to her that’s nothing, she’s strong now and we have access 😉


Pallas as the “creative problem solver” does not only by her conjunction with Sedna, yet also with her placement in Eridanus talk about this flow of information, possibility, and ideas etc. – sometimes we need to let go of the thinking, do something else, turn the back to the problem and suddenly we may have an “aha moment” coming up…





Juno conjoins Nessus at 19°52’0” sid. Aquarius on 8th September 2022

Their last conjunction took place on 1st of April 2018 at 11°51’5” sid. Aquarius in approaching opposition to Orcus – now it’s a separating opposition – so, the shift of 8 degrees and the shift onto the other side of the opposition does change the energies of this slow spiraling cycle.

Very important here is the fact, that Earth is in separating conjunction with Juno and Nessus and therefore the Sun is in opposition and separating from Orcus …

There’s more to this chart – you’ll find that a little further down…


Juno is about one to one relationships (also the one with oneself, the divine feminine and masculine, and ratios), what we value and look for in our relationships. Juno is also about equality and acceptance and inner “balance”/harmony.

More about Juno: https://www.faempowerment.com/juno