Numerology/Astrology for 9/15/2021 – Plus Personal Blog

Numerology/Astrology for 9/15/21

9/15/21 is the number = 20

Add the 9 + 1 + 5 + 2 + 0 + 2 + 1 = 20. Or 2 + 0 = 2.
The Number 2 brings out the duality and polarity in life. This number intends to connect two points of awareness from opposite perspectives. The perspective of the “I” the “one” is naturally limited.

In order to understand others and life around us we have to be willing to see other vantage points as potential true references.

The Number 2 intends to merge these seemingly divergent points of view into a larger and more expanded view of life.
The Number 2 embraces the willingness to learn, grow, acquire and gather up the skills that help us understand our world.

While today, we want to desperately understand our world, truth has to be uncovered and accepted.

When this number is operating positively, it is curious, problem-solving, excited, energetic and expansive.

When this number is negative, it is judgmental, criticizing, a know-it-all, and tends to minimize the thoughts of others.

~Suzanne Wagner~

Astrology Today

The Moon gives us a great resourceful and steady energy today in Capricorn. Something that is much needed. Stability in an unstable world helps enormously.

Jupiter and Venus are running parallel giving much better energy and sentiment. There is a deep desire to find a way to see more the positive and less of the negative.

Relationships become even more important. And our personal intentions are positive overall. No matter what do the best you can with the highest intentions.

There is a lot of growth happening and huge priorities are shifting. Know that each of us must do what is necessary going forward and with growth will be new sequences and priorities.

Let those you love have some freedom and space. Everyone is deeply exhausted, and we have to make the most out of each moment.

~Suzanne Wagner~


Take the time to be with those you love.

Take the time to tell them how important they are to you.

In life we never know what will come next.

Accidents happen.

Depression happens.

Aging happens.

Diseases happen.

We are all here on a temporary basis.

None of us will get out of this alive.

That is why we need to take each moment as precious.

Many moments never come back around.

~Suzanne Wagner~


I believe that animals can get PTSD. And my cat is clearly traumatized. It is so sad. She is such a sweetheart and small at only 6 lbs.

All these feral cats in our area are quite big. I think they have to be large and tough to be able to survive in the forest when it is filled with bobcats, cougars, bears, and lynx. Not to mention a few snakes thrown in for good measure.

While she is slowly getting better she is not walking normally yet. Today was her last pain pill and she is improving but she has never just stayed under the bed non-stop. And while I can get her out for a time, she immediately goes back under if I am not petting her.

She was a feral cat when we found her. She had three babies under the porch, and “boy of boy”, they were a tough bunch. Very wild and not used to humans.

Took us forever to catch them and take them to the Humane Society.

But she was willing to give the human hands a chance because she was starving and desperate.

She warmed up quickly to us, but it took a long time for others until the last few years.

Even once we got her it took her at least 2 years to calm down. If a shadow went over her head when she was outside (such as a bird) she would go straight up in the air and dive under the porch.

In the middle of a night, any sound she would do the same thing, for apparently no reason. Just an instinct and a survival mechanism.

It is as if that fight broke her spirit and confidence.

I think it is also that she is older at 13 years old. She is not young though young at heart.

I am going to get a live trap cage and catch that Tom and get him fixed and hopefully someone can make him into a cuddly house cat. But he is going to have to find another place to hang out.

I have another feral cat (female) that I do feed but she is never causing problems and just runs away when confronted. She and my cat have not gotten into it.

And Samantha (the other feral cat) eats her food and then clears out and so my cat and Samantha I can keep away from each other easily because Samantha has her own confidence and she is 3 times the size of my cat.

I hope that each day my kitty improves a bit more. I got some blood work done on her just to get a lay of the land and hope to hear from the vet soon.

Praying that all the blood work is fine.

~Suzanne Wagner~



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