March 19, 2018: A person you know may be confused, but he or she is not ready to hear advice. Mixing business and pleasure isn't favored tonight. Romantic fantasies of all kinds are rife, but play it as safe as mom would want. All astrology indications are saying, 'LOTS of activity this week!'
(Ratings,1-5)> Love/Fun = 2 Career/Money = 4 Luck/Health = 4.
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March 18, 2018: Today is a lucky day for you financially. You may come into a windfall or find a new way to make money. Talks with business advisers are beneficial. A highly emotional time, but duty and responsibility call loudly. It takes time to get back in the groove so accept any invitations.
(Ratings,1-5)> Love/Fun = 3 Career/Money = 3 Luck/Health = 5.
"I've had a wonderful time, but this wasn't it."-Groucho Marx
Libra THE SCALES
|September 24 - October 23
Ruling Planet: Venus
Personality Traits: Charming, Harmonious, Diplomatic, Social, Artistic
General Compatibility: Libra, Aquarius, Gemini, Aries, Leo, Sagittarius
Color: Blue, Cyan
Gemstones: Opal, Tourmaline, Lapis Lazuli, Sapphire
Foods: Whole grains, Breads, Pasta, Lettuce, Strawberries
Challenged to be: Solitary, tough, bold, practical, physical and intense
Spiritual Path: To constructively use universal power for everything
Look who shares your birth sign:
Bud Abbott , Michael Douglas , Helen Hayes, Rita Hayworth , John Lennon, Groucho Marx, Johnny Mathis, Arthur Miller, Roger
Moore, Olivia Newton-John, Luciano Pavarotti, Rex Reed, Mickey Rooney, Eleanor Roosevelt, Paul Simon, Ed Sullivan, Gore
Vidal, and Barbara Walters.