If we look at this transit from a Tarot perspective, it would be like the Sun child is wearing the Hermit’s clothing. He’s tucked his curls into a cowl and is wandering in the snow.
The Sun is bright light and enthusiasm. Its brilliance is our source of life, and in the Tarot it means that the journey’s almost done. It’s time to celebrate before moving on.
The Sun child wants to play, wants to throw off all limitations and enjoy. It doesn’t matter what the party’s for, it just has to be fun.
Nothing is hidden, no secrets, no clothes. There’s no room for being shy, and no fear of trying everything. Optimism is as big as the day.
Very different is the Hermit. He’s old, and gray and lives in the dark, though he does carry a little sun with him wherever he goes.
His wisdom comes through experience, a long life and a willingness to turn inward, facing his shadows and his past.
The Hermit is not without humour, but he’ll typically pass on a party. He’s been to many in his time. Now he enjoys being alone.
The Sun child is keen wherever he is, and though he’s not accustomed to the snow, the dark, or the heavy garments, he’s willing to give it a go with a smile.
The Sun in Virgo, or the Sun child dressed in the Hermit’s clothing is a time of enthusiastic order, and wisdom laid bare.
Enjoy learning, digging up the details, and brightening old ways of doing things with fresh insight.
Tie up loose strings, finish outstanding projects, and gather the information you’re going to need for the next stage of your journey.
In a phrase – get organized. There’s energy to do it now that can make the process a pleasure rather than a chore.
And don’t worry if you’re not moving as fast as you might normally. Take your time. We can miss so much when we hurry.