Sacred Service: Virgo & the Daughter of Sin

Robert McGinnis

After the shining glory of Leo comes the austerity of the soul in Virgo. Its arrival on the horizon returns us to to the earth in a time when the ancients would have focused on the harvest and the preparation of fields for the winter season. It’s a place of receptivity, a bicorporeal sign owing to the constellation as a woman holding a stalk of wheat or, in some traditions, pregnant. Modern associations of its…