Thursday, March 2: Both Venus and Mercury are in play today, first Venus with Jupiter and then Mercury with Saturn. Something new is in the air: new ideas and new ways of initiating the rules of the game. It’s fresh. Most of us know him as Dr. Seuss but Theodor Geisel published more than 60 books during his life, 44 of them for children as Dr. Seuss. He remains one of the most beloved children’s authors. Ironically his first children’s book “And to Think That I Saw It on Mulberry Street” was rejected 27 times before being publishing in 1937.
Friday, March 3: Pay attention to your intuition and the opportunities for new relationships they offer. Today, one is likely solid gold. Happy birthday to Alexander Graham Bell, inventor of the telephone and a multitude of other devices, many still in search of a use. Bell was born in Scotland in 1847 and he lived in both Brantford and Nova Scotia before settling in America.
Saturday, March 4: A pause in your social calendar allows you to pursue new relationships. It was March 4, 1971, that Pierre Elliott Trudeau wed Margaret Sinclair in a private ceremony north of Vancouver.
Sunday, March 5: Romance is in every beath you take. Enjoy it. But avoid any of the seven sins! It was March 5, 1496, that English King Henry VII granted John Cabot (Giovanni Caboto) a commission to explore for new lands.
Monday, March 6: On this day before the full moon Mercury sets up as opposite the moon, leaving tension and lots of ideas on the table. Think before you speak. On March 6, 1981, iconic newscaster Walter Cronkite retired from his nightly hosting duties on CBS TV.
Tuesday, March 7: It’s a full moon. With the sun in Virgo and the moon opposite in Virgo, the sneaky one is Saturn quietly moving into Pisces and asking us to be sure our values make sense. On March 7, 1876 that Alexander Graham Bell received his American patent for what would eventually be known as the telephone.
Wednesday, March 8: The moon begins the day in Virgo but quickly moves to Libra in the morning. This sets a real break from yesterday’s full moon and emotions become more considerate and all-inclusive. On March 8, 1867, the British North America Act was passed in the House of Commons. It served as Canada’s constitution for more than 100 years.
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