What does October “say” about its brides?!It's written in the stars
Whereas 2017 is pacing straight towards its end, October is here to welcome a new, very important planetary aspect, which is going to leave its very own, unique mark on things for the following twelve months or so: it is Jupiter entering Scorpio on 10/10, a placement which signifies a major new beginning in our lives, especially if we are talking about a union with our partner through the bondage of marriage.
As the par excellence sign of dedication and emotional commitment, Scorpio embracing Jupiter will set the foundations for a relationship with depth and essence, especially within October, as the first days a planet enters a new sign are always very indicative of the sign’s power. Regardless of which the next planetary aspects are going to be in the next months, Jupiter in Scorpio will probably be the best safeguard for a co-habitation with deep roots, provided that both partners be willing to work the relationship through with persistence and determination.
As regards the weddings taking place in October, the general atmosphere is quite intense on the one hand, extremely uniting on the other: the Full Moon in Aries on 5/10 triggers off impulsiveness, boldness, courage, but also the emphasis on the ‘I’, in case both partners want to place emphasis on their individual wishes. Because the energy of this Full Moon also affects Uranus in Aries (who is heavily characterized by an intense disruptive action), the weddings around this date should ideally take place within a frame of total coolness and absence of over-exposure. In a different case, unexpected subversions and arguments could burst out for nothing (a situation hardly anyone would wish to experience on a day like this!)
On the other side of the coin we find Venus (from 14/10) and Mars (from 22/10) in Libra, planets of relationships and partnerships, which vouchsafe for the greatest possible harmony. The highlight of both is the New Moon in Libra (19/10), which is the most ideal date for a wedding ceremony, since it smoothes out differences and reinforces refinement and harmony everywhere.