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The Moon in “self-protective” Cancer the Crab may tempt us to retreat back inside our cozy little shells, if we sense that the vibes around us are not supportive. Cancer is a very intuitive sign. Lovable Venus also opposes chilly Saturn, so it may be that some of us may be feeling a bit more cut off from others today, especially if we choose to focus on what’s not working in our relationships instead of concentrating on what’s going right.

Sometimes, too, with Venus-Saturn, we have more of a need for security or stability in the romantic arena, reflective of the more cautious and practical nature of Saturn. Venus-Saturn is also interestingly linked with “May-December” romances. “True love begins when nothing is looked for in return.” Antoine de Saint-Exupery

Once the Moon enters “playful” Leo the Lion (6:17 pm EST), our mood lightens, and we are less likely to take ourselves so seriously, which can help to get us back into the positive flow of the day, especially if we had earlier been led by our vulnerabilities. “We’re all golden sunflowers inside.” Allen Ginsberg

Famous birthdays March 4: Alexander Graham Bell, Jean Harlow

Famous People with Venus Opposite Saturn: Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis, Frank Sinatra, Luciana Pavarotti, Richard Pryor

Patrice Thompson

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Source Notes:

narcissus 1: http://www.sxc.hu/photo/1174890

Birthdays: http://www.astro.com/

Ginsburg: http://www.goodreads.com/quotes/tag/contentment

Saint-Exupery quote: http://www.1-love-quotes.com/quotes/category/Love/pg/2

Venus-Saturn people: http://cafeastrology.com/natal/venussaturnaspects.html

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