Virgo Season: Is it really Cursed?

In the past, noteworthy celebrity demises (most notably that of Her Majesty, Queen Elizabeth II) and catastrophic calamities (like 9/11) have occurred in the late summer. They all happened while the sun was in Virgo, which is the only thing they have in common. We must first comprehend the vibe and energy that this earth sign emits in order to determine whether or not the Virgo season (which lasts from August 23 to September 22) is actually haunted.

But each zodiac sign also has a “shadow side” when its characteristics are taken too far and turn distinctly darker. ? According to her, Virgos have a tendency to become too boundaryless, health conscious, obsessive, and perfectionist, which can cause episodes of dread, bewilderment, and worry.

We can’t overlook the fact that many of the persons on this list were regarded people of service—which is more Virgo than anything—despite the fact that the concept of death is symbolic of the 8th or 12th houses, controlled by Scorpio and Pisces, respectively.

According to Buckingham Palace, Queen Elizabeth I “died peacefully” at her beloved Balmoral Estate in Scotland on September 8 in the late afternoon. Only a few months before, the Queen, who was only 25 when she assumed the throne, had celebrated her Platinum Jubilee to mark her 70 years of service. She was the model of responsibility as the monarch with the longest reign in British history. She was incredibly devoted to her citizens and is credited with bringing the Commonwealth into the modern era. She held weekly audiences with her prime ministers, of which there were a record-breaking 15 at the time (her coronation in 1953, the first to ever be televised, was broadcast to over half a million people worldwide, and her Christmas day speeches aired yearly starting in 1957).

On August 29, 2005, Hurricane Katrina, a 400-mile-wide storm, made landfall in Louisiana. At the time, it was the third-strongest hurricane ever recorded. Levees in New Orleans were breached by Katrina’s storm surge and wind gusts of up to 175 mph, submerging the city by 20 feet. The following morning, 80 percent of New Orleans was under water. Flooding was persistently severe throughout the state, as well as in Alabama and Mississippi. The storm produced over 60 tornadoes across eight states. The hurricane is currently the most expensive natural disaster in recorded history, with over $100 billion in damages.

At 8:46 a.m., hijacked American Airlines Flight 11 struck the World Trade Center’s North Tower, which at the time housed the Port Authority of New York. A second jet struck the neighbouring South Tower almost twenty minutes later. The Twin Towers both fell at 10:30 a.m., killing about 3,000 people. The bloodiest terrorist strike on American territory was carried out by a total of 19 al-Qaeda terrorists, who kidnapped four American commercial aircraft (one of which crashed into the Pentagon and another into a field in Pennsylvania).

Agnes Gonxha Bojaxhiu, a Virgo, was born on August 26, 1910, to an Albanian family in North Macedonia; nonetheless, she believed that the day after her baptism was her “real birthday.” She entered a convent as a teenager, and at age 20 she made her first religious commitments. She was given the name Thérèse after the sainted missionary Thérèse de Lisieux, who undertook a yearly religious journey. She moved to Kolkata (formerly Calcutta), India, where she committed her life to helping the dying, homeless, and underprivileged. Mother Teresa established a number of nonprofit organisations, including the Missionaries of Charity in 1950. (like the City of Peace that cared for those plagued with leprosy). She won the Nobel Peace Prize in 1979.


When Lady Diana Frances Spencer, then 19 years old, wed Charles, Prince of Wales, the heir presumptive to the British monarchy on July 29, 1981, in front of 750 million viewers, she entered the public eye and essentially remained there. Princess Diana left behind a legacy of kindness, understanding, and modesty. She used her fame to de-stigmatize a variety of conditions, including as mental health disorders and HIV/AIDS, and she was frequently seen grinning, hugging, and shaking hands with her patients. She was a patron of more than 100 charities. Princess Diana maintained her philanthropic activity after her marriage ended in 1996. She vehemently advocated for outlawing the weapon after traversing a landmine field in Angola in 1997 while wearing little protective gear.

On August 31, 1997, just after midnight in Paris, Princess Diana, 36, and her partner Dodi Fayed were victims of a violent vehicle accident. When their driver, Henri Paul, entered the constrained Pont de l’Alma tunnel and lost control of the car while attempting to elude pursuing paparazzi, the passengers were seated in the backseat. Princess Diana passed away at a nearby hospital many hours after Paul and Fayed were both instantaneously slain.