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Cosmic Weather:

With Luna shifting into professionally ambitious Capricorn (at 5:37 am) and then conjuncting assertive Mars (at 8:16 am), we may feel a bit like we have to take the world by storm, this morning.

Also, a waning lunar trine to progressive Uranus in Taurus (at 11:45 am) may elevate our receptivity to incorporating new methods or ideas, experimenting with novel ways of money management, or perhaps motivate us to examine different kinds of investment strategies.

This is also the last day for the ego-oriented Sun’s annual tour through avant-guard Aquarius, as it will shift into compassionate Pisces, very late tonight (11:57 pm). It will remain in the sign of the fishes, until March 19th.

With Pisces also being the last sign of the zodiac, it’s a little like we’ve seen it all, done it all, and now we’re simply ready, at this point, to pull the shade down on the whole world so as to contemplate, for a while, What the heck does it all mean? ūüôā

“Life is like a coin. You can spend it any way you wish, but you only spend it once.” ~Lillian Dickson

*All times EST.

Tarot Card For The Day: The Fool, which suggests we’re poised for new beginnings but that we may also need to “look before we leap.”

Numerology For the Day: The 18th day of the month has a decided humanitarian flair to it, which can help us to work better with others. This is an excellent time to undertake activities that benefit society as a whole.

On This Day in History: On February 18, 1930, U.S. astronomer Clyde Tombaugh discovers Pluto while working as a researcher for the Lowell Observatory in Flagstaff, Arizona. Tombaugh was hired to perform a systematic search for a trans-Neptunian planet (also called Planet X), which had been predicted by Percival Lowell and William Pickering. (Wikipedia)

In the heavens, that day, we had “premier” energy for making exciting “cosmic” discoveries: Pioneering Mars was transiting Aquarius at 9 degrees (the zodiacal sign which rules astronomy and astrology) and exactly sextile to breakthrough Uranus in new beginnings Aries (the two planets were actually in mutual reception with each other). Pluto, at the time, was retrograde and at 17 degrees of Cancer.

Hope it’s a good one!

Patrice Thompson

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