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Horoscope: Time to take stock in what you have – and don’t have
This week's horoscope. File photo

Thursday, March 9: Chiron and the moon connect, showing how hurt flings can be powerful long after the wound has been inflicted. Happy birthday to Barbie, first sold by Mattel on March 9, 1959. Barbie is 64 today.

Friday, March 10: Friday begins as a generous party and then serious reality gets in the way as the moon moves from balanced Libra to secretive Scorpio. It was March 10, 1876, that Alexander Graham Bell said to his assistant, “Come here, Mr. Watson.” Bell made his request over the phone. That was 147 years ago.

Saturday, March, 11: Venus is in Aries and Mars is in Gemini, making for a friendly, creative end to the week. In a way, it is about old wounds and karma in need of some healing. It was March 11, 1955, that Alexander Fleming, discoverer of insulin, died.

Sunday, March 12: When Jupiter transits Aries and meets up with Chiron, we should expect something wonderful and new. Today is that day. Enjoy it. Canada’s third Prime Minister, John Abbott, was born March 12, 1821.

Monday, March 13: With stern Saturn barely on the edge of Pisces and perfectly square to the moon in Sagittarius, patience is a virtue today. Either be patient or be sad and depressed. Today is the last day of an annual celebration at Flagstaff, Arizona – home of the fifth-largest telescope in the world – where astronomer Percival Lowell discovered the tiny planet Pluto on March 13, 1930.

Tuesday, March 14: On the day of the third-quarter moon, it’s time to take stock in what you have got and what you have not. Mars in Gemini makes a perfect 90-degree square with Neptune in Pisces, which adds a powerful shot of anxiety to decision-making. Happy birthday to theoretical physicist Albert Einstein, born March 14, 1879, in Ulm, Germany. His contribution to the structure of energy and mass rests on the simple E=mc2 equation where E equals energy, m is mass, and c2 is the speed of light squared.

Wednesday, March 15: In his play, “Julius Caesar,” Shakespeare wrote “Beware the Ides of March.” The 15th of every month once was known as “the ides” and was a warning to Caesar to be wary on that day. However, even if the 15th is your birthday, you have no worries. Were she still here, the Notorious RBG, Ruth Bader Ginsberg, was the first female and second Jewish justice on the Supreme Court of the United States.

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