September 13 Birthday Horoscope
September 13 Zodiac Sign - Virgo
As a Virgo born on September 13th, your friends know you for being reserved, sensitive and artistic. While others seem to come alive in the spotlight, you find little enjoyment with all the eyes on you. Instead, you much rather find yourself in the background where you are comfortable. At times you may feel timid or shy, but this is easily countered when you are surrounded by close friends and loved ones. With friends and family, you find it easy to share your true self, which includes a great appreciation for life’s many beauties.
September 13 Birthday Element - Earth
Earth is your element and being a Virgo, you are the only zodiac sign with a fixed connection to the element. You are a grounded soul and desire the same stability that Earth provides in all matters of life. You seem to gravitate to the reliable, as opposed to taking many chances. It is this pragmatism that will help you achieve your life goals, but it also may shortchange you of some fun if you become overly cautious.
September 13 Ruling Planet - Mercury
While Mercury is your sign’s planetary ruler, you also receive planetary influence from Venus because you were born in the third Decan, or part, of the sign. Mercury is the planet of the mind and its influence materializes in your agile thinking and sharp communication abilities. Venus’ influence can be found in your sensitivity, appreciation for beauty and desire for cooperation. Your unique planetary influences make you far more reserved than any of the other Virgo Decans. You prefer to go about your business privately and do so with great style and artistic flare. Your sensitivity is amongst your greatest assets, but it also leads to you getting hurt often, as you will always care greatly about what others think of you.
September 13 Virgo Personality
Virgos born on September 13 are style setters in their own way. Their cool, collected attitude marks them as winners. They do not typify the usual Virgo traits of caution and conservatism; they’re more likely to walk on the wild side.