Horoscope Guide March 2021

Horoscope Guide offers day-by-day forecasts for every sign as well as timely feature articles by top astrologers about different aspects of astrology and how they apply to the world around us. Each issue also includes regular features such as Lucky Numbers, Action Guide, Lunar Forecast, and much more.

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12 Numéros

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1 min

★ ARIES: Group events…quiet times…passionate project…celebrate well ★ TAURUS: Visualizing goals… creative energy…learning opportunities…challenge yourself. ★ GEMINI: Effective communication…imaginative expression… time for friends…speak your mind. ★ CANCER: Social priorities… eager to learn…leading the way… balancing act. ★ LEO: Out of the doldrums… clearing the cobwebs…staying in touch…travel dreams. ★ VIRGO: Eating plan…weekend getaway…creative fun…business project. ★ LIBRA: Spring cleaning…self-improvement… laughs and smiles… makeover time. ★ SCORPIO: Ironing things out…a new beginning…home improvement…fitness regimen. ★ SAGITTARIUS: Resolving differences…activities at home… creative journey…romantic evening ★ CAPRICORN: multitasking skills…persistence pays off… family tree…back in touch. ★ AQUARIUS: Speaking out… sentimental feeling…focusing yourself…writing opportunities. ★ PISCES: Paying it forward… artistic pastime…good deeds… investment possibility.…

2 min
editor’s note

Here in the Northern Hemisphere, spring begins this month, so the prospects for the three months that follow are laid out in our article on page 32. The short version of this year’s spring is that though it might have some financial ups and downs, overall what it promises to bring us is very optimistic and upbeat. There’s a twist at the end that we think you’ll enjoy. No peeking… Our second article checks out the so-called 27 Club, which is based on the legend that famous rock stars are mysteriously prone to die tragically at age 27. We take a look at two of the “founders” whose deaths helped to start the legend, and a third person whose death helped to revive it many years after people had forgotten about…

2 min

ACROSS 1. “Parks and Recreation” character for PISCES Rashida Jones 4. Business degrees 8. Intestinal section (comb. form) 12. “Cheap Thrills” singer 13. Troubles 14. 2020 song by PISCES Justin Bieber 15. Film featuring PISCES Kumail Nanjiani: “Men in Black: ___” 18. “Dynasty” daughter for PISCES Grant Show 19. Midwestern “oops” 20. Film starring PISCES Javier Bardem: “__ Sol” (3 wds.) 25. PISCES Rihanna has “Love on the __” 28. Mad __ hatter (2 wds.) 29. Cycle starter 30. Morays 31. PISCES Johnny Cash sang “A Boy Named __” 32. Coen Brothers’ film: “__, Caesar!” 33. Skater Babilonia 34. PISCES “Bond girl” Karin 35. PISCES actor Macdonald 36. TV series starring PISCES Lupita Nyong’o 39. Neither 40. Native American “People of the Middle Waters” 44. PISCES Dee Snider’s band (2 wds.) 48. Comfort 49. Blood vessel 50. “Hawaii Five-O” actor Masi 51. __ and crafts 52. Greek currency 53. Snake sound DOWN 1. “Clueless” phrase (2 wds.) 2. PISCES singer Simone 3. Part…

4 min
book reviews

From time to time I come across mournful discussions (most recently on Facebook) about how wonderful it is to read “real” books, and how awful it is that modern technology is geared to reading on devices such as phones or iPads. The whole idea that we can hold a good, solid book in our hands, and turn the pages is appealing on one level for sure, and you would think that someone like me who has spent several decades producing “real” reading matter that included books, magazines, and journals, and who reads voraciously whatever he can get his hands on would be ready to sign up for a crusade to bring back those real books to the dominant position they once had.. The truth is, though, that I am not at…

5 min
by the numbers

According to the principles of numerology, the year 2021 reduces to 5 (2+0+2+1=5), a number that is associated with socializing, group activities, and interacting with people who are from different backgrounds, make different lifestyle choices, and have varying viewpoints. This is a year to broaden your outlook, create lasting relationships, and fix the ones that may have been broken. You will want to make a difference in the world, so giving back to the community completes this year’s goals. We add the number for the current year to the month number (January is 1, December is 1+2=3) to your own birthday number (1st=1, 31st=3+1=4) to calculate your vibration for the month. FOR THOSE BORN ON THE 1st, 10th, 19th, and 28th of any month Neptune-9 vibrations stimulate your imagination and reinforce the need…

6 min
your march birthday horoscope

1 Artistic, sensitive, ambitious. Your secrets and the most private parts of your life keep you busy. You face an old fear and finally overcome it. Efficiency and deadlines are important. Ruling planet: Sun. Gem: Diamond. (Ron Howard, actor/director) 2 Purposeful, responsible, determined. You have your own personal idea of what life should be. Just be sure you are on a good life path, and in close touch with reality. Strive to achieve your full potential. Ruling planet: Moon. Gem: Pearl. (Lou Reed, singer) 3 Focused, realistic, idealistic. You can achieve a personal dream if you make it your top priority. Be on the lookout for opportunities to widen your sphere of influence. Be sensitive to the needs of loved ones. Ruling planet: Jupiter. Gem: Amethyst. (Miranda Richardson, actress) 4 Determined, generous, exceptional.…