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March 1st to March 7th 2003
SATURDAY MARCH 1
Start afresh with a new moon
How are you doing with your New Year resolution? If you have been doing
well you should find it even easier now that Saturn has changed direction.
If notÖ Monday brings a New Moon, and thatís a great time for starting
Miranda Richardson (b. March 3, 1958) Jupiterís rare
opposition to Neptune has brought amazing success to the lives of
many Pisceans lately. Those who have yet to be touched by the magic
will feel it soon. The fortunes of Miranda Richardson, who turns 45
on Monday, have definitely been on the rise recently. I confidently
predict that her future is set to become even hotter.
Happy birthday also this week to: Today; Roger Daltrey (59),Ron Howard
(49), Nik Kershaw (45), Catherine Bach (49) and Mike D'Abo (59) Sunday;
Lou Reed (61), Jon Bon Jovi (41) and Tom Wolfe (72) Monday; Herschel
Walker (41), Jessica Biel (21) and Miranda Richardson (45) Tuesday;
Miriam Makeba (71), Chris Squire (55), Patsy Kensit (41), Chastity
Bono (34), Kay Lenz (50) and Mary Wilson (59) Wednesday; Dean Stockwell
(67), Niki Taylor (28), Samantha Eggar (65) and John Frusciante (32)
Thursday; Kiri Te Kanawa (59), Tom Arnold (44), Shaquille O'Neal (31),
David Gilmour (57) and Rob Reiner (56) Friday; Lord Snowdon (73),
Daniel J. Travanti (63), Tammy Faye Bakker (61) and Ivan Lendl (43).
MONDAY FEBRUARY 3
Suffering from Saturn-itis?
Have you forgotten your 2003 resolution? Do you no longer believe in
your ambition? Are you at an impasse? Is an argument going nowhere?
Could a relationship use new wind in its sails? Does a project seem
pointless? If you can answer yes to any of the above you are probably
suffering from Saturn-itis. Other symptoms include an aggravated sense
of pessimism and futility. Happily, thereís a natural cure. This week
brings a brand new moon plus the arrival of Mercury, Venus and Mars
in fresh signs of the zodiac. Expect, soon, to feel much more inspired
TUESDAY FEBRUARY 4
World War II astrologer
Just before World War II, a famous astrologer with an impressive track
record, made a daring prophecy. He promised there would be peace. His
newspaper proudly printed this - and that was his reputation down the
drain. But er... I still think the planets are starting to look less
warlike. I suppose thereís always the fact that Uranus (planet of sudden
upheaval) enters a new sign next week. But to me this says more about
a United Nations in turmoil than a big battle. Anyway, if THAT doesnít
trigger trouble it will be months till the next big cosmic catalyst.
WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY 5
Judging how people look
Sometimes, we forget.
We start to judge people by what they look like.
If we like the look of them, we forgive them almost anything.
If we donít, we blame them for almost everything.
We close off our hearts.
We close off our minds.
We grow fearful and cold.
Then if we are lucky,
Something opens us up again.
And we remember.
THURSDAY FEBRUARY 6
The impact of a smile
not bleed if you cut yourself. You will not feel my pain if I get hurt.
Yet with little more than a look, we can have a big impact on each other.
If you smile at a passing stranger, they may smile at someone else.
If that someone else is then inspired to send a cheery e-mail, your
smile could race around the world. The same goes for negativity. If
you frown at someone and they pass it on, who knows what it may become.
Coming cosmic events should show how we are all connected in more ways
than we think.
FRIDAY FEBRUARY 7
Anti-war email complaint
I am emailing you to tell you this is the last time I will look at your
web site. I have been reading all you anti-war remarks and thinking
well he has a right to his opinion. I even keep from writing when you
had a picture of President Bush dressed as a cowboy with his back to
Saddam in military dress.(I did not think it was cute or funny) You
were not in our country when the towers were attacked on US soil. Yes
we have several reasons to strike back just ask their family members.
I still believe every one has a right to their opinion, but when you
start your anti war tact's on your web page it is no longer an astrology
web site. You know very little if anything about Saddam and your country
has not been under attack. So keep your web site and do whatever you
want with it I won't be back. I know this will not hurt you in any way
but it makes me feel better to let you know that some of us love our
country enough to die for it if need be. Long live the Queen? Proud
to be an American. And proud that George W. Bush is the man in charge.
Er... it wasnít
Saddam who attacked America. It was Osama. I know the two names sound
a little similar, but...
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