Leo star signs were born July 23 and August 22 of any given year. Astrologer Russell Grant has given a detailed horoscope forecast for the month of September for those born under Leo. What does the astrology reading say is on the horizon for you? Grant advises Leos will need to “hire a lawyer”.
Grant said: “Arguments over an insurance refund, legal settlement or inheritance could erupt on the 14th, due to a contentious Full Moon.
“It will be necessary to hire a lawyer to represent your interests.
“Don’t respond to taunting messages from the other side. Keep a record of all the messages you receive.
“By refusing to get drawn into this drama, you will prevail financially.
“Be prepared for certain relationships to fall apart at the seams.
“You’re about to learn how money can cause people to behave in hurtful ways.”
He continued: “The New Moon on the 28th invites you to acquire a valuable skill.
“Improving your technical knowledge and know-how with a demanding teacher will not be easy.
“It will be impossible to rest on your laurels with this instructor. Resist the urge to throw in the towel.
“By studying hard and doing the work that is demanded of you, you will emerge victorious.”
What did the Leo August horoscope say? Did the predictions come true?
Grant said in August: “On the 1st, the New Moon will prompt you to change your image in a dramatic way. Take this opportunity to update your hairstyle, overhaul your wardrobe and go for a whole new look.
“You will be very happy with the results. Stepping into a prominent role is another possibility. You’ll enjoy basking in the spotlight and showcasing your talent.
“On the 15th, the Full Moon will put great strain on a close relationship. You won’t be able to coax the people you love and like most into doing things your way.
“As a result, it may feel like you’re undermining each other’s dreams. Think carefully whether you want to continue this alliance. A second New Moon on the 30th attracts a fantastic moneymaking opportunity.
“Being able to work overseas will be a welcome change of pace. Alternatively, you may be able to travel extensively as part of a new job.”