Your March Horoscope for Scorpio
March brings you a spirit of anticipation and enthusiasm for what might come next. Several big planets will change signs now, including Mars and Saturn, and soon (in mid-May) Jupiter will move too, so life will take on a fresh feeling.
The month starts out with a lovely aspect on Wednesday, March 1, and Thursday, March 2, when Venus has her annual meeting with good-fortune Jupiter. This is a soft, luxurious, and romantic vibration that falls in Aries, your sixth house of work-a-day experiences. You may get a very artistic assignment or be asked to study a topic that is fun to think about, like spas, fashion, entertainment, cultural activities, or more likely, a new innovation or invention (which is more “Aries”). Or someone might be having a birthday in the office, and you could have fun with your co-workers at dinner.
I think a more likely outcome for you, dear Scorpio, would be to make a big sale or have talks about a business deal, for both Venus and Jupiter are also associated with money. March 2 is a perfect day to make a pitch, have a job interview, or sell something beautiful, like art. You might want to introduce a new perfume or wine—you get the idea. You will start to feel the glow earlier, on Wednesday, March 1. There also will be some warmth as these two planets begin to separate on Friday, March 3. This alignment typically only takes place once a year, and it’s always special when it does.
Next comes the lovely full moon on March 7 in Virgo, 17 degrees. Falling in your house of fun, friends, parties, and gatherings—your eleventh house—you are sure to love this full moon. The ancient astrologers in Greece, during Hellenistic times, always called the eleventh house “the house of joy.” Virgo gets along perfectly with your Scorpio Sun, for it is an earth sign, and earth and water produce flowers (Scorpio is, of course, a water sign). Uranus is the planet of all things unexpected, and because he will be so finely angled to the Sun and full moon, he will bring a surprise from a friend, spouse, or business colleague. Surprises are necessary in life—they are the sugar and spice of existence—and this should be a happy one.