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Pisces 

For March 2012

Dane Rudhyar, one of the 20th-century’s deep philosophers of astrology, once wrote, “Piscean winds of destiny may impel men of vision and courage to discover many a ‘new world,’ as much as they do destroy or suffocate the many who stubbornly resist change.” With Neptune, god of the sea and earthquakes, newly arrived in your sign, and the Sun with you racing toward equinox, this is a good time to remind you of this connection of Pisces to inspiration, vision, and bravery. I know that for years, you’ve lived with the radically alien influence of Uranus in your sign, and may not quite trust that the world has grown a little closer to being your home. That, however, is over. And in addition to Neptune in your sign, you also have Chiron—a source of reassurance for the underdog and an influence that will serve as a vehicle for your visions and desires. Very little happens fast in Pisces. There’s always a process of flow, and the previous seven years of Uranus (a pushy influence) may have you feeling burned out. Fortunately, you’re in a time that will help you cool the fires of your soul and proceed with patience, clarity, and a healthy touch of urgency. For your birthday, I will again quote Rudhyar: “Transcendence, overcoming, piercing through illusions and false security, severance of social ties, embarking for the great adventure with utter faith and in denuded simplicity of being: all these things are to be learned in Pisces. [Humanity] is here face to face with [oneself], and with that Greater Self which [s/he] names: God.”

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