Sept. 22, 2017 6:17 a.m.Also you will want to rise up early on Saturday morning just before Sunrise to see a conjunctive lineup in the Eastern skies of Regulus in Leo, Venus, Mars, and possibly Mercury if the Sun is not too bright by the time it shows. There are those who are predicting that this sign is of the end of the world, however it is nevertheless a rarer stellar event than our August's Total Solar Eclipse. And in the evening watch the Western skies for Jupiter as it leaves its 9 month "hovering" or rather retrograding period in the "womb" of Virgo. About every 12 years Jupiter does this with each Zodiac Constellation. You don't want to miss out!