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Horoscopes for March 15, 2014

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From page B11 | March 15, 2014 |

Decide on a plan, get your supplies, and ready your team. This is how you set yourself up to take advantage of the Virgo full moon of productivity. Tomorrow’s cosmic offerings will include: excellent powers of concentration, a spotlight on the smartest way to go about things and a natural inclination to handle the details that will matter most.

ARIES (March 21-April 19). You don’t see yourself as a marionette controlled by the hand of fate; you feel free to move in your own direction. This afternoon, however, it may occur to you to confer with the fates for clues. Success follows.

TAURUS (April 20-May 20). You are still haunted by the memory of someone from your distant past. You sometimes wonder whether you should have settled down with the person, but rest assured you had good reasons not to.

GEMINI (May 21-June 21). You’ll succeed in a new environment if you first calm down enough to focus on others. From a calm place, you will be able to notice and react to nonverbal cues, which is half the battle of fitting in.

CANCER (June 22-July 22). You do not always want to show your true emotions, especially when you are around those whose support is conditional. That’s what makes your relationship with a certain someone so special.

LEO (July 23-Aug. 22). In the past, you’ve let people into your world and heart too soon and regretted it. This is something to remember now, as an attractive someone has you feeling like opening up once again. Slow will be better.

VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 22). It’s no secret that you’re a perfectionist, and yet you’ll hide this fact well from someone who can’t fulfill your expectations. The best way will be the kindest way. Be willing to cut your losses.

LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. 23). You’re living proof that free spirits aren’t always flakes. It will take a big effort on your part, however, to show up to some of the commitments you made when you were in a more whimsical mood than you are in today.

SCORPIO (Oct. 24-Nov. 21). Just because there are things you could be doing better doesn’t mean you shouldn’t give yourself credit for the many, many things you are already doing right.

SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Dec. 21). Reflecting on the past has its purpose, but living there will rob you of the wonders going on around you today. A Pisces will help you get in touch with the magic around you.

CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan. 19). The paths you have chosen have lead you here – not the ideal place, but definitely an improvement from where you started. Talk to your mentor about what’s next.

AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb. 18). You can’t make a move without earning someone’s disapproval. But there are others who would wholeheartedly say you did the right thing. So don’t waste time being hard on yourself. Trust your instincts.

PISCES (Feb. 19-March 20). Don’t assume that your version of a good result will match up with another person’s. In most cases, you’ll have higher standards. It will help to let people know up front exactly what you expect.

TODAY’S BIRTHDAY. You don’t want what others want. You want more, better, higher – and it’s not because you’re greedy. You simply thrive on challenge, and you’ll seek it out this year. In April, you’ll mine the gold that lines the darker places in your past. An investment pays handsomely in June. You’ll save someone in July. Cancer and Scorpio people adore you. Your lucky numbers are: 5, 33, 18, 43 and 11.

ASTROLOGICAL QUESTIONS: There was a question earlier this week about the meaning of birthmarks and seven small dark moles. The ancient art of moleomancy is a method of divination based on the type, color, prominence and placement of birthmarks. Much depends on where the seven small moles are located on your body. On Thursday, we focused on the forehead and eye line. Working our way down the face…

Nose: A birthmark on the nose indicates issues related to life-direction. This could represent a sense of direction that is so strong that it is difficult to veer from it even when it is necessary to do so because of life’s roadblocks. Or it could represent difficulty in choosing a direction. In the latter case, the remedy is simply refusing to agonize. Many times, it’s not important which method you choose. Your attitude while traveling matters more.

Cheek: A mole on the cheek is a sign of a youthful mindset and a rather mixed bag of gifts. It signifies fun, innocence, gullibility, beauty and sometimes irresponsibility. Extra efforts must be taken to do the right thing and not the expedient thing.

Mouth: A birthmark on or near the mouth is a sign of charisma, which most people enjoy wielding, although sometimes this brings unwanted suitors and attention.

CELEBRITY PROFILES: Will.i.am is a decorated artist, producer and philanthropist whose i.am.angel Foundation has provided millions of dollars worth of assistance to educate, inspire and provide opportunity to young people, especially those interested in science, technology, engineering, arts and mathematics. This artistic Pisces was born when Mercury and Mars were in Aquarius, the sign of the future.

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