This cycle begins with the Sun and new Moon at 27° Virgo 27′ and comes to fruition with the full Moon at 12° Pisces 43′.
The title of this post, The Hunter's Moon, refers to the October full moon as identified by the Algonquin tribes. The MoonConnection (link below) says about this Moon:
After the fields have been reaped, the leaves begin to fall and the deer are fat and ready for eating. Hunters can ride easily over the fields' stubble, and the fox and other animals are more easily spotted. Some years the Harvest Moon falls in October instead of September.
For background on the Moon names and for other information on the Moon, take a look at MoonConnection. Keep in mind this is the name of the full moon, which occurs in October.
Two U.S natal charts are again being considered--one with Scorpio rising and one with Sagittarius rising (new Moon and full Moon are linked here). In the natal chart with Scorpio rising the Sun is positioned in the 9th house, ruled by Jupiter; Sagittarius rising places the Sun in the 7th house, ruled by Venus. Both placements include the Moon as ruler because the Sun is in Cancer. In the Sagittarian chart the Moon's placement is in the 3rd house, conjunct the cusp; in the chart with Scorpio rising the Moon is in the 4th house, her home.
Currently, Uranus, Neptune, and Pluto are retrograde. Pluto will turn direct in Capricorn on September 29th. Note that on Thursday the Sun crosses into Libra at 8:02pm Greenwich time; this marks the Autumnal Equinox.