The Autumn equinox, today on 23 September, marks the time of year when we officially move from summer and into a season of red leaves and chilly mornings!
The equinox means equal in Latin, and means that there is an equal amount of daylight hours in the north and southern hemispheres of the Earth.
Many people and cultures mark the autumnal equinox. There are many pagan festivities today the mark the change in day and night. In the UK, druids meet at Stonehenge to celebrate!
Farmers will also celebrate a Harvest Moon at around this time, and around the world, many people have harvest festivals.
The autumnal equinox is a special time of year, so why not talk to one of our psychics, many of whom will also be marking this special day!