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Horoscope: Dreams can heal old wounds and relationships can improve
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This week we see a lineup of five objects in Capricorn that lasts for days. And a new moon, this time in Pisces.

Thursday, Feb. 24: A dream last night can help heal an old wound and the proof comes in an improved relationship later today. Tommy Douglas, founder of the New Democratic Party of Canada and the man who brought universal health care to Canada, died on Feb. 24, 1986.

Friday, Feb. 25: The mood begins positive and thinking large but changes to serious and practical midday. The same year Cassius Clay changed his name to Muhammad Ali, he won his first heavyweight title fight on this day in 1964.

Saturday, Feb. 26 and Sunday, Feb. 27: Today and tomorrow the moon joins Venus, Mars and Pluto to form an intense, enthusiastic, stellium conjunction in Capricorn. The Venus-Mars-moon-Pluto encounter is so intense that transformation is inevitable. By March 6 we will no longer be the same person we were. If you have planets or angles between 23 and 28 degrees of Capricorn, Cancer, Aries or Libra, you will experience this energy at an even more intense level. Fats Domino was born Feb. 26, 1928. Johnny Cash was Feb. 26, 1932. Jacques Plante, the great Montreal Canadiens goalie, died on Feb. 27, 1986.

Monday, Feb. 28: Today is kind of a test. Mercury (the mind) and the moon (the heart) are together but then Saturn steps in and all things come to a stop. Or do they? It’s up to each of us. The foremost architect of his generation, Toronto's Frank Gehry, was born 93 years ago on Feb. 28, 1929.

Tuesday, March 1: With Venus and Mars so close these days, today they both are in perfect harmony with the North Node of the moon. It’s a day to be serious but also determined and charming about advancing our karma to the best place possible. Justin Bieber celebrates his 28th birthday today. He’s only been recording officially for 11 years but has sold over 150 million records.

Wednesday, March 2: Today is the day of the new moon in Pisces, the start of a new lunar month. It’s a day to make a list of things to work on during the next 28 days, especially things Piscean. Like honing our intuition. Or becoming a better dancer. Letting go of a bad habit. Forming a good habit. It was as easy as one, two, three although he was 53, you see. He was Theodore Geisel, aka. Dr. Seuss, born March 2, 1904. He did not publish his first book until age 53, after being rejected 27 times. He was awarded a special Pulitzer Prize in 1984 for his contribution to children’s literature.

Bill Auchterlonie’s weekly podcast is Looking to the Stars at www.lutts.ca.