Moon → Pisces
When the moon enters into the sign of Pisces you feel dreamy, imaginative and fancy. Maybe you like to be alone. Your imagination is strong and there is a weak call from reality. Meditation and contemplation are standing in the focus.
Moon (Pisces) Square Mars (Sagittarius)
The square let you behave quarrelsome and act prematurely… It does not make a difference whether you are male or female - it could arise some trouble among each other. Extravagance and wastage concerning financial matters are accompanied with passionate and delicate moves.
Moon (Pisces) Conjunction Mercury (Pisces)
This constellation represents a solid foundation for career and business interactions: you are inspired by sublimeness and show equally a fair power of judgement. Best time to prepare new projects and solicit clients.
Sun (Pisces) Opposition Jupiter (Virgo)
The opposition between the sun and Jupiter could cause tendency to extravagance, vainglory and squandering. Some trouble towards law and authorities could occur. Obstinacy is omnipresent.
Moon (Pisces) Conjunction Neptune (Pisces)
The conjunction between the moon and Neptune reflects the desire for fancy and imagination—you might be in imbalance. Venus stays in the sign of Scorpio – still remaining the square – it represents times of trouble with defiance. Thoughts are changeable – deviated from the truth. You are highly sensitive and want to be left alone.
Daily astrological aspects:
March, Tuesday 8th 2016
Some trouble towards law and authorities could occur. Those conflicts might represent a challenge of learning to control your emotions.
Birthdays March 8th 2016:
Gary Numan ( * March 8th 1958, Hammersmith, West London, England). Gary Anthony James Webb is an English singer, song writer, musician and record producer. He became lead singer of the New Wave Band Tubeway Army.
Antoine César Becquerel (* March 8th 1788, Châtillon-Coligny - † 1878, Paris, France). Famous scientist of the fields Electricity and Electrochemistry.
Today's Saints: Gabriela, Ivan, Lepo, Jean, Giovanni, Salvatore, Alan, Alana, Filippa, Julian, Jan, Marga