The New Moon in Aries of March 2023 Is Bursting With Lucky and Motivating Energy—Here’s How to Use It


Since the moon rules over your emotions and inner world, the new moon in Aries of March 2023 will take you along for a wild and unforgettable ride. How you start this adventure is entirely up to you, and the decisions you make now could have ramifications that ripple over the next few months.

Although the new moon is nowhere to be seen, it’s doing a lot of work behind the scenes. It’s during this phase of the 28-day lunar cycle that the moon disappears from the sky and retreats beneath the curtain of night, where it can renew itself before embarking on the next journey.

Taking place on March 21 at 1:23 p.m. ET, this new moon takes place just one day after the sun enters Aries and launches the beginning of spring. Not only does this mean flowers are blooming and the days are lengthening, but it also means we’re all turning the page and embracing a new astrological calendar. That’s right—the real “New Year” doesn’t take place until March 20, because astrology follows the lunar calendar, not the 365-day Gregorian calendar that we’ve all come to know and follow.

That makes this particular new moon incredibly special. Not only are there several numerological coincidences surrounding this new moon and adding to its fatefulness, but this also represents a galvanizing and rejuvenating shift in our social and spiritual energy. If you’ve been feeling extra sleepy as the sun wraps up its tour through dreamy and divine Pisces, now’s the time to wake up and smell the coffee. The new moon in Aries has arrived and it’s rebooting your system and kickstarting a new chapter in your life. Here’s what you need to know:

The New Moon in Aries of March 2023, Explained

This new moon takes place in courageous, competitive and compassionate Aries, landing at exactly 0 degrees and emphasizing just now much of a new beginning this really is. Forget what happened yesterday, because the future is yours to create! In astrology, degree 0 indicates the most pure and distilled expression of the zodiac sign in question. And because this new moon rises in Aries—the first sign in the zodiac—you can expect this new moon to reveal clues as to what the future might hold. After all, whatever you start now will manifest over the course of the next six months, reaching a conclusion by the full moon in Aries, which takes place on September 29. This new moon also rises at 1:23, which is a very good sign in numerology and indicates that we are embracing an upward climb.

The new moon in Aries takes place on March 21 at 1:23 p.m. ET.

Because this new moon takes place in Aries, the planet ruling over this new moon is Mars in Gemini. In astrology, Mars is the planet of power, motivation, ambition sexuality, passion, aggression and of course, conflict. Because this new moon is also squaring off with Mars, this lunation is jam-packed with potent energy that’s ready to burst. Sometimes, things begin soft and subtle, gradually introducing you to this new era. Sometimes, things begin with a bang, shocking you out of your stupor and forcing you to get with the program immediately. And although things will start to move *very* fast, this new moon will remind you that you are more than capable of not just keeping up with the pace, but facilitating it.

Related: How the New Moon in Aries Will Affect Each Zodiac

New Moon Spells and Rituals

The New Moon means that no matter where you’ve been, today you get to start again! Have an auspicious start to this new cycle with a New Moon spell for a fresh beginning. Watch this video to learn about New Moon rituals: see the video for information.

The New Moon is a lunar phase that happens when the Moon is located exactly between the Earth and the Sun. Because its bright side cannot be seen from our planet, some people also call it a “Dark Moon“.

Looking for rituals? Visit Tonight’s Moon Spell Generator for a simple ritual AND a guided meditation based on today’s lunar phase, moon transit, and day of the week!

Or keep scrolling down and you’ll find a collection of spells for the new moon, including an easy spell that you can cast right now.

In this article, you’ll find:

New Moon Magic! ✨

Before we begin, make sure you know everything about Lunar Magic and what each moon phase represents.

  • There are 8 lunar phases and we can group them into 4 stages: New Moon, Waxing Moon, Full Moon, and Waning Moon.

Spiritually, the New Moon is associated with rebirth and new beginnings so it’s an ideal time to plant the seeds of what you would like to see grow in your life.

Instead of casting a manifestation spell, set an intention for the cycle that begins: Cleanse yourself and …


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Spell for Today – New Moon Wish Spell

For more New Moon spells from EZ Spells

  • Piece of paper
  • Candle – chose the color based on your wish
  • Write your wish on a piece of paper.  Then light your candle.
  • While looking at the new moon chant the below three times.

New moon so dark in the night sky.  That cannot be seen with a naked eye.  Grant me your dark energy to see.  The new and good coming to me.  Grant me the power of dreams so true so I can start my life anew.  Grant me strength day by day.  Mistress of darkness, show me the way.  Grant me love in my life.  Take away trouble and strife.  Grant me peace I ask of you.  On bad times help me through.  O’ Goddess of Night so divine.  If you have heard me show me a sign.”

Burn the paper in the flame, imagine your wish and look into the night sky.

Spell for Today – Morrigan Invocation

Some of the Witchcraft/Magickal Correspondence for Tuesday

Dragon’s Blood Plant


Tuesday Magickal Correspondences

Due to the influence that Mars has on this day of the week, Tuesday brings a blast of energy to expend, so it’s natural to feel impulsive or easily-triggered.

What spells to cast on a Tuesday? Scroll down to find a collection of witches’ spells for a Tuesday. Here are some ideas to inspire a Tuesday morning ritual. For a daily ritual, check the Daily Devotional page here.

Tuesday Candle

Red candles are perfect for a Tuesday ritual. Red has a very powerful and lively energy in candle Magic. It is used for strength, emotional and sexual stimulation, vitality, and passionate love.


Tuesdays are ruled by AresMorrígan, Mars, Lilith, Tyr, among others.


Pu Erh Tea Tuesday

Drink a cup of Pu Erh Tea, today for a boost of vital strength. This type of tea will keep you alert during the day due to its caffeine contents, but it also has many powerful effects on the body such as protecting from harmful bacteria, fighting inflammation, and eliminating body toxins¹.

The Element Fire is especially exalted on this day, accompany this ritual with a Fire invocation.


GingerBlack Pepper, Thistles, Holly, Coneflowers, Cacti, Dragon’s blood.


Bloodstone, Carnelian, Coral, Ruby, Garnet, or Pink Tourmaline.

Dragon’s Blood Plant



Tuesdays are best for facing fears, conflict resolution, and playing sports. A great day for community and humanitarian projects, such as volunteer-work or fundraising and political campaigns. Resolutions for legal matters and giving sacrifices to ancestors or deities for positive results are also good on this day.

Planet: Mars

Element: Fire

Tarot Card: Ace of Swords

Rune: Tiwaz

Colors: Red, Black, Orange

Plants*: Allspice, Basil, Cactus, Carrot, Chili Pepper, Coriander, Cumin, Curry Leaf, Dragon’s Blood, Garlic, Ginger, Holly, Hops, Horseradish, Leek, Masterwort, Mustard, Nettle, Onion, Pepper, Peppermint, Pimento, Pine, Radish, Shallot, Thistle, Tobacco, Venus’ Flytrap, Woodruff, Wormwood, Yucca

Stones: Unakite, Rhodochrosite, Orange Celestine, Jasper, Red Agate, Fire/Black Opal, Red Tiger’s Eye, Ruby, Garnet, Bloodstone, Red Aventurine, Sardonyx, Hematite, Iron Pyrites

Magical Uses: Strength, Defense, Protection, Courage, Conviction, Action

God of the Day – Jupiter


Roman King of the Gods

In terms of Roman mythology, the god Jupiter is the king. In fact, he is often referred to as the king of the gods. He may not be the original creator of the MYTHOLOGICAL CREATURES that dominated tales and lore; that distinction belongs to his father Saturn. But Jupiter is the main man, a la ZEUS in Greek mythology.

Mythology dominated religious culture in Rome up until the point in which Christianity took over. Until that happened, Jupiter was the main deity. He was the god of the sky and, along with the help of the kings of the time, established principles of the Roman religion.

His similarities with Zeus and the GREEK MYTHS didn’t stop with their connections with the sky and thunderbolts. Jupiter was brother to two other gods: Neptune and Pluto. Like the Greeks, each of these three gods controlled one realm of existence: the sky (Jupiter), the sea (Neptune), and the underworld (Pluto), with Jupiter being the most powerful.

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Goddess of the Day – Morrigan c. 2012


The Morrigan

Goddess Of Battle, Strife, and Fertility

The Morrígan (“phantom queen”) or Mórrígan (“great queen”), also written as Morrígu or in the plural as Morrígna, and spelt Morríghan or Mór-Ríoghain in Modern Irish, is a figure from Irish mythology who appears to have once been a goddess, although she is not explicitly referred to as such in the texts.

The Morrigan is a goddess of battle, strife, and fertility. She sometimes appears in the form of a crow, flying above the warriors, and in the Ulster cycle she also takes the form of an eel, a wolf and a cow. She is generally considered a war deity comparable with the Germanic Valkyries, although her association with cattle also suggests a role connected with fertility, wealth, and the land.

She is often depicted as a triple goddess, although membership of the triad varies; the most common combination is the Badb, Macha and Nemain, but other accounts name Fea, Anann, and others.


There is some disagreement over the meaning of the Morrígan’s name. Mor may derive from an Indo-European root connoting terror or monstrousness, cognate with the Old English maere (which survives in the modern English word “nightmare”) and the Scandinavian mara; while rígan translates as ‘queen’. This can be reconstructed in Proto-Celtic as *Moro-rīganī-s. Accordingly, Morrígan is often translated as “Phantom Queen”. This is the derivation generally favoured in current scholarship.

In the Middle Irish period the name is often spelt Mórrígan with a lengthening diacritic over the ‘o’, seemingly intended to mean “Great Queen” (Old Irish mór, ‘great’; this would derive from a hypothetical Proto-Celtic *Māra Rīganī-s.). Whitley Stokes believed this latter spelling was a due to a false etymology popular at the time. There have also been attempts to link the Morrígan with the fairy Morgan from Arthurian romance, in whose name ‘mor’ may derive from ‘sea’ or ‘water’.

The name is also sometimes spelt Morrígu and given in plural as Morrígna in Old Irish.

Glosses and glossaries

The earliest sources for the Morrígan are glosses in Latin manuscripts, and glossaries (collections of glosses). In a 9th century manuscript containing the Latin Vulgate translation of the Book of Isaiah, the word Lamia is used to translate the Hebrew Lilith. A gloss explains this as “a monster in female form, that is, a morrígan“. Cormac’s Glossary (also 9th century), and a gloss in the later manuscript H.3.18, both explain the plural word gudemain (“spectres”) with the plural form morrígna. The 8th century O’Mulconry’s Glossary says that Macha is one of the three morrígna. It therefore appears that at this time the name Morrígan was seen as referring to a class of beings rather than an individual.

Ulster Cycle

The Morrígan’s earliest narrative appearances, in which she is depicted as an individual, are in stories of the Ulster Cycle, where she has an ambiguous relationship with the hero Cú Chulainn. In Táin Bó Regamna (The Cattle Raid of Regamain), Cúchulainn encounters the Morrígan, but does not recognize her, as she drives a heifer from his territory. In response to his challenge, she insults him, but before he can attack she becomes a black bird on a nearby branch. Cúchulainn now knows who she, and tells her that had he known before, they would not have parted in enmity. She notes that whatever he had done would have brought him ill luck. To his response that she cannot harm him, she makes a series of threats, foretelling a coming battle in which he will be killed. She tells him, enigmatically, “I guard your death”.

In the Táin Bó Cuailnge queen Medb of Connacht launches an invasion of Ulster to steal the bull Donn Cuailnge; the Morrígan, like Alecto of the Greek Furies, appears to the bull in the form of a crow and warns him to flee. Cúchulainn defends Ulster by fighting a series of single combats at fords against Medb’s champions. In between combats the Morrígan appears to him as a young woman and offers him her love, and her aid in the battle, but he spurns her. In response she intervenes in his next combat, first in the form of an eel who trips him, then as a wolf who stampedes cattle across the ford, and finally as a red heifer leading the stampede, just as she had threatened in their previous encounter. However Cúchulainn wounds her in each form and defeats his opponent despite her interference. Later she appears to him as an old woman bearing the same three wounds that her animal forms sustained, milking a cow. She gives Cúchulainn three drinks of milk. He blesses her with each drink, and her wounds are healed. As the armies gather for the final battle, she prophesies the bloodshed to come.

In one version of Cúchulainn’s death-tale, as the hero rides to meet his enemies, he encounters the Morrígan as a hag washing his bloody armour in a ford, an omen of his death. Later in the story, mortally wounded, Cúchulainn ties himself to a standing stone with his own entrails so he can die upright, and it is only when a crow lands on his shoulder that his enemies believe he is dead.

Mythological Cycle

The Morrígan also appears in texts of the Mythological Cycle. In the 12th century pseudohistorical compilation Lebor Gabála Érenn she is listed among the Tuatha Dé Danann as one of the daughters of Ernmas, granddaughter of Nuada.

The first three daughters of Ernmas are given as Ériu, Banba, and Fódla. Their names are synonyms for Ireland, and they were married to Mac Cuill, Mac Cécht, and Mac Gréine, the last three Tuatha Dé Danann kings of Ireland. Associated with the land and kingship, they probably represent a triple goddess of sovereignty. Next come Ernmas’s other three daughters: the Badb, Macha, and the Morrígan. A quatrain describes the three as wealthy, “springs of craftiness” and “sources of bitter fighting”. The Morrígan’s name is said to be Anann, and she had three sons, Glon, Gaim, and Coscar. According to Geoffrey Keating’s 17th century History of Ireland, Ériu, Banba, and Fódla worshipped the Badb, Macha, and the Morrígan respectively, suggesting that the two triads of goddesses may be seen as equivalent.

The Morrígan also appears in Cath Maige Tuireadh (The Battle of Mag Tuired). On Samhain she keeps a tryst with the Dagda before the battle against the Fomorians. When he meets her she is washing herself, standing with one foot on either side of the river Unius. In some sources she is believed to have created the river. After they have sex, the Morrígan promises to summon the magicians of Ireland to cast spells on behalf of the Tuatha Dé, and to destroy Indech, the Fomorian king, taking from him “the blood of his heart and the kidneys of his valour”. Later, we are told, she would bring two handfuls of his blood and deposit them in the same river (however, we are also told later in the text that Indech was killed by Ogma).

As battle is about to be joined, the Tuatha Dé leader, Lug, asks each what power they bring to the battle. The Morrígan’s reply is difficult to interpret, but involves pursuing, destroying and subduing. When she comes to the battlefield she chants a poem, and immediately the battle breaks and the Fomorians are driven into the sea. After the battle she chants another poem celebrating the victory and prophesying the end of the world.

In another story she lures away the bull of a woman called Odras, who follows her to the otherworld via the cave of Cruachan. When she falls asleep, the Morrígan turns her into a pool of water.

Nature and functions

The Morrígan is often considered a triple goddess, but her supposed triple nature is ambiguous and inconsistent. Sometimes she appears as one of three sisters, the daughters of Ernmas: the Morrígan, the Badb and Macha. Sometimes the trinity consists of the Badb, Macha and Nemain, collectively known as the Morrígan, or in the plural as the Morrígna. Occasionally Fea or Anu also appear in various combinations. However the Morrígan also frequently appears alone, and her name is sometimes used interchangeably with the Badb, with no third “aspect” mentioned.

The Morrígan is usually interpreted as a “war goddess”: W. M. Hennessey’s “The Ancient Irish Goddess of War,” written in 1870, was influential in establishing this interpretation. Her role often involves premonitions of a particular warrior’s violent death, suggesting a link with the Banshee of later folklore. This connection is further noted by Patricia Lysaght: “In certain areas of Ireland this supernatural being is, in addition to the name banshee, also called the badhb“.

It has also been suggested that she was closely tied to Irish männerbund groups (described as “bands of youthful warrior-hunters, living on the borders of civilized society and indulging in lawless activities for a time before inheriting property and taking their places as members of settled, landed communities”) and that these groups may have been in some way dedicated to her. If true, her worship may have resembled that of Perchta groups in Germanic areas.

However, Máire Herbert has argued that “war per se is not a primary aspect of the role of the goddess”, and that her association with cattle suggests her role was connected to the earth, fertility and sovereignty; she suggests that her association with war is a result of a confusion between her and the Badb, who she argues was originally a separate figure. She can be interpreted as providing political or military aid, or protection to the king — acting as a goddess of sovereignty, not necessarily a war goddess.

There is a burnt mound site in County Tipperary known as Fulacht na Mór Ríoghna (“cooking pit of the Mórrígan”). The fulachta sites are found in wild areas, and usually associated with outsiders such as the Fianna and the above-mentioned männerbund groups, as well as with the hunting of deer. The cooking connection also suggests to some a connection with the three mythical hags who cook the meal of dogflesh that brings the hero Cúchulainn to his doom. The Dá Chich na Morrigna (“two breasts of the Mórrígan”), a pair of hills in County Meath, suggest to some a role as a tutelary goddess, comparable to Danu or Anu, who has her own hills in County Kerry. Other goddesses known to have similar hills are Áine and Grian of County Limerick who, in addition to a tutelary function, also have solar attributes.

Arthurian legend

There have been attempts by some modern authors of fiction to link the Arthurian character Morgan le Fay with the Morrígan. Morgan first appears in Geoffrey of Monmouth’s Vita Merlini (The Life of Merlin) in the 12th century. However, while the creators of the literary character of Morgan may have been somewhat inspired by the much older tales of the goddess, the relationship ends there. Scholars such as Rosalind Clark hold that the names are unrelated, the Welsh “Morgan” (Wales being the source of Arthurian legend being derived from root words associated with the sea, while the Irish “Morrígan” has its roots either in a word for “terror” or a word for “greatness”.


Origins of The Morrigan

The origins of the Morrigan seem to reach directly back to the megalithic cult of the Mothers. The Mothers (Matrones, Idises, Disir, etc.) usually appeared as triple goddesses and their cult was expressed through both battle ecstasy and regenerative ecstasy. It’s also interesting to note that later Celtic goddesses of sovereignty, such as the trio of Eriu, Banba, and Fotla, also appear as a trio of female deities who use magic in warfare. “Influence in the sphere of warfare, but by means of magic and incantation rather than through physical strength, is common to these beings.” (Ross 205)

Eriu, a goddess connected to the land in a fashion reminiscent of the Mothers, could appear as a beautiful woman or as a crow, as could the Morrigan. The Disir appeared in similar guises. In addition to being battle goddesses, they are significantly associated with fate as well as birth in many cases, along with appearing before a death or to escort the deceased.

There is certainly evidence that the concept of a raven goddess of battle was not limited to the Irish Celts. An inscription found in France which reads Cathubodva, ‘Battle Raven’, shows that a similar concept was at work among the Gaulish Celts.

Valkyries in Norse cosmology. Both use magic to cast fetters on warriors and choose who will die.

During the Second Battle, the Morrigan “said she would go and destroy Indech son of De Domnann and ‘deprive him of the blood of his heart and the kidneys of his valor’, and she gave two handfuls of that blood to the hosts. When Indech later appeared in the battle, he was already doomed.” (Rees 36)

Compare this to the Washer at the Ford, another guise of the Morrigan. The Washer is usually to be found washing the clothes of men about to die in battle. In effect, she is choosing who will die.

An early German spell found in Merseburg mentions the Indisi, who decided the fortunes of war and the fates of warriors. The Scandinavian “Song of the Spear”, quoted in “Njals Saga”, gives a detailed description of Valkyries as women weaving on a grisly loom, with severed heads for weights, arrows for shuttles, and entrails for the warp. As they worked, they exulted at the loss of life that would take place. “All is sinister now to see, a cloud of blood moves over the sky, the air is red with the blood of men, and the battle women chant their song.” (Davidson 94)

An Old English poem, “Exodus”, refers to ravens as choosers of the slain. In all these sources, ravens, choosing of the slain, casting fetters, and female beings are linked.

“As the Norse and English sources show them to us, the walkurjas are figures of awe an even terror, who delight in the deaths of men. As battlefield scavengers, they are very close to the ravens, who are described as waelceasega, “picking over the dead”…” (Our Troth)

“The function of the goddess [the Morrigan] here, it may be noted, is not to attack the hero [Cu Chulainn] with weapons but to render him helpless at a crucial point in the battle, like the valkyries who cast ‘fetters’ upon warriors … thus both in Irish and Scandinavian literature we have a conception of female beings associated with battle, both fierce and erotic.” (Davidson 97, 100)

The Morrigan and Cu Chulainn

She appeared to the hero Cu Chulainn(son of the god Lugh) and offered her love to him. When he failed to recognize her and rejected her, she told him that she would hinder him when he was in battle. When Cu Chulainn was eventually killed, she settled on his shoulder in the form of a crow. Cu’s misfortune was that he never recognized the feminine power of sovereignty that she offered to him.

She appeared to him on at least four occasions and each time he failed to recognize her.

  1. When she appeared to him and declared her love for him.
  2. After he had wounded her, she appeared to him as an old hag and he offered his blessings to her, which caused her to be healed.
  3. On his way to his final battle, he saw the Washer at the Ford, who declared that she was washing the clothes and arms of Cu Chulainn, who would soon be dead.
  4. When he was forced by three hags (the Morrigan in her triple aspect) to break a taboo of eating dogflesh.



Created By Calesta

The information on Morrigan is vast, and at times contradictory. It would take many, many webpages to tell all of her stories and it was very difficult to narrow this down! From maiden to mother to crone, from the destruction of war and death, to the beauty of the river of rebirth, Morrigan shows us the full circle of life. As with many Divine Feminine images, time can distort, and different cultures take on different attributes. What I have found that is close to the truth in my experience with her follows.

Morrigan is an Irish and Celtic Goddess. She can shapeshift into a crow or raven. It is said that she would take this form and fly over battlefields “calling upon the spirits of slain warriors.” (p. 252, McCoy) She is a triple goddess, with the aspects of the “virgin Ana, flowering fertility- goddess; the mother Babd, “Boiling” the cauldron perpetually producing life; and the crone Macha, “great Queen of the Phantoms” or Mother Death.” (p. 675, Walker). I believe she was also originally connected to the Great Irish Mother Goddess, Anu (later called Danu). In her aspect of Macha she was so powerful her name was the ancient capital of Ireland (p. 186, Kimball).

In the tales of the first people of Ireland, the Tuatha De Danann (literally the people of the Goddess Danu, pg. 189 Kimball), Morrigan was said to have blown a protective fog over all of the land, so that they would not be invaded. This shows the strength of Morrigan, and the protection the people received from her. Morrigan is also connected with death and destruction and battles. One story tells that Macha was forced to race while pregnant with twins, and when she (easily) won she gave birth to the twins. She was so angry at her tormentors for giving birth in public that way, she cursed them with the pain of childbirth before enemies were closing in. For nine generations when Ulster came under attack the men would experience the pains of childbirth (p. 192 Kimball).

Morrigan is a “Goddess of rivers, lakes and freshwaters”, and she was seen by Cu Chulain before his death, washing the clothes and arms. It is said that if one sees Morrigan by the river washing their clothes or body, is is a prediction of death before going into battle. Looking at this story, one can see the river or water as a place of rebirth, that Morrigan as the Goddess washing, anointing the body before being reborn.

Calling upon the strength of a woman that can fight off armies, and wash the dead is very powerful. Darkness, death, is a natural part of life, and brewing in the cauldron of rebirth is new life. But what I have found is to recognize that over time most Goddesses have been demonized… made to be solely focused on sex or death. Taking out pieces of the cycle, and turning them into something evil. Just as the wise crone was turned to hag.


Hymn to the Morrigan by Isaac Bonewits


O Morrigan, we call your name Across the dusty years.
You speak to us, of blood and lust. You show us all our fears.
You are a goddess, old and wise. Of holy power you have no dearth.
Beneath your wings : Black, Red and White, We learn of death and birth.


You walk about, this ancient land, Your hungers raw and clear.
You make the crops, grow rich and strong, As well your geese and deer.
A flirting maid, a lusty hag, A mother of great girth :
Without the touch of your black wings, We cannot heal the earth.


You float upon, a blood red wave, Of swords and spears and knives.
Your voice inspires, fear and dread, That you’ll cut short our lives.
You try the warriors’, courage sore, Our inner souls unearth.
Without the touch of your red wings, We cannot know our worth.


You fly above the silver clouds, To Manannan’s shining Gate.
You lead the dead along that path, To meet our final fate.
The joke’s on us, we find within, A land of laughter and of mirth.
Without the touch of your white wings, We cannot have rebirth.


Magick Symbols – ELEMENTS c. 2018


The four basic elements to many pagans are earth, water, air (wind or spirit) and fire. Many consider the first two passive and feminine—and the last two active and masculine. In Wiccan or Native American rituals, the “quartered circle” (similar to the Medicine Wheel) represents a “sacred space” or the sacred earth. The four lines may represent the spirits of the four primary directions or the spirits of the earth, water, wind and fire.



Our monthly Crystalscopes pair each zodiac sign with a crystal whose energies can support us through the coming month’s transits. We choose crystals that are accessible and widely available; you may see the same stone pop up from month to month as a medicine for a different sign—consider it an invitation to use your toolkit!

Also consider low-impact methods like using gem essences and elixirs, buying used crystals, or starting a crystal share with friends. Real magic can only be accomplished by acknowledging our impact on the world around us.

Read these for your sun, moon, and rising signs to learn what you should wear, carry, or place on an altar to help boost your specific astrology for the month. These also work as remediations for specific houses in your natal chart. This month’s crystals are specially selected to maximize Venus’ transit of Pisces and the double Libra full moons we get this year.






Happy birthday, April Aries! This month is action-packed for Aries, with the sun, Mercury, and Venus all spending time in the sign of the ram—along with Chiron, whose presence we’re still just getting used to. Unfortunately, Aries may feel a little thin-skinned this month, with sensitivities exceptionally high, especially around the full moon. Smoky quartz is a traditional gemstone ally to aid in conditional invisibility, or in sneaking in under the radar, where desired. It is a great month for Aries to adjust energetic boundaries, and smoky quartz makes a great assistant in doing so. Wear a smoky quartz ring or a necklace to help suss out the right social situations and have a fantastic solar return.




Happy birthday to first decan Tauruses! The sun and Uranus will be conjunct in Taurus on April 23, and this is an ideal month to let the bulls of the zodiac roam free. An underappreciated aspect of Taurus’ famous stubbornness is a wholehearted commitment to personal freedom that can sometimes be quite iconoclastic and unconventional. Uranus in Taurus will certainly amplify this quality, and here in its first degrees and its conjunction with the sun, it opens up all kinds of giddy opportunities for more complete and holistic self-love. Try a birthday bath with a rose quartz companion and an affirmation on your mirror designed to help you embrace radical new concepts of beauty.




Mars lights up your corner of the sky this month. Ambition, sex appeal, and vitality can all soar—Gemini is practically hot to the touch this month! While a welcome boost, this energy can also feel like a little much, especially with so much mutable energy abounding in the cosmic sphere. Soothing, beautiful lace agate, especially worn at the throat, aids the twins in keeping things proportional, so you can avoid having your mouth write checks your body can’t cash.




Between the sun squaring your sign and Saturn and Pluto opposing it, Cancer may be feeling a bit, well…crabby. April is rife with potential annoyances, hindrances, and challenges, but they are not without merit. Long-term investment, loyalty, and commitment are needed to clarify plans and desires—luckily Cancer excels at showing up. Garnet was carried into battle by ancient warriors to remind them what they fought for; carried in your pocket or worn as a talisman, it can remind you too!




Trines with the sun, Mercury, Venus, and Jupiter are undeniably exhilarating. April offers Leo prosperous opportunities and a chance to shine. With many different options to choose from, it will be necessary to practice your best diplomacy skills and perhaps even evade a bit of jealous critique. Black Onyx was a go-to for ancient Greek philosophers who wished to keep their interpersonal debates in the forum and prevent drama from spilling into everyday life. Particularly if you’re engaged in casual dating or a competitive professional sphere, Leo may want to call in some backup with regal, potent black onyx.




Virgo is probably feeling a little fried at this point. Ever the workaholic, Virgo may have gone a little hard in March and are now finding themselves in need of respite. Abundant mutable energy continues to swirl around us, and the seemingly never-ending Piscesinfluence drags particularly hard on Virgo. It has been a necessary and transformative gauntlet, but as the Pisces party draws to a close and Mercury and Venus transit to new signs mid-month, Virgo needs to power through and rebalance. An ancient remedy for drunkenness (literally: it was dropped in wine glasses at the end of parties in hopes of mitigating intoxication), amethyst helps Virgos use spiritual reflection to stay in equilibrium. Wear earrings or a barrette to maximize this childhood favorite’s effects on your poor, addled mind.




With this second powerhouse full moon, Libra is gifted an opportunity to envision and manifest whatever you most desire. There is no limit to what Libra can envision and dream up this month; opposing Aries energies and squares from the nodes and Saturn and Pluto do create tension, but hopefully, this energy can be harnessed and used to boost Libra’s ability to go big. Indecisiveness is often a factor for the scale-bearers, but gorgeous and enchanting cat’s eye chrysoberyl is traditionally used to cut to the heart of anything that is convoluted or unclear. Libra can particularly benefit from clear vision because this month’s full moon work is almost guaranteed to come to fruition, so we want our requests to ring clear as a bell.




This month will likely be filled with some profound intrigues for Scorpio. Mercury, Venus, and Neptune all spend some time in Pisces, and alongside the north node in Cancer, create some powerful depth magic for the fixed water sign. It is more possible than ever for Scorpio to truly dive deep into emotional processing, intimate communication, and the claiming of power. Lapis lazuli was the stone of the priest class in ancient Egypt, ensuring right use of authority and integrity in leadership. Scorpio’s potency is off the charts this month and lapis lazuli is an uncompromising co-ruler.




Riding the waves of mutability this month, Sagittarius is invited to shoot for the stars—but for real this time. Less talk, more walk. A certain amount of tender realism and staunch determination will stabilize the centaur’s most extravagant daydreams in April. Very big things are possible for Sagittarius this month but must arrive in combination with deep faith and profound honesty with the self—dispelling illusion is a must. Enter iolite. This beautiful purple-gray stone of spiritual awareness and truthful awakening is an ideal companion for Sagittarius this month, cementing even very extravagant plans to ensure future success. Try incorporating iolite into a daily prayer practice and watch your wildest dreams come true.




Capricorn is undergoing such a powerful renovation over the next few years, what with Saturn ensconced at home and Pluto decamped in the sign of the enigmatic sea-goat. April provides a gorgeous opportunity for Capricorn to boost self-regard, especially where it comes to the axis of deserving/undeserving. Stimulating the solar plexus is ideal here, as well as encouraging the notoriously serious sea-goat to lighten up a bit. Golden calcite is pure laughter—recommended use is resting the stone on your solar plexus while meditating on the theme that you deserve abundance and goodness. If you live in a state where it is legal, and you partake, then by all means enhance the giggles with a little herbal support.




Aquarius has undergone a major healing journey over the last eighteen months, and the road ahead is finally opening. Significant change is afoot, but there may be a few final spasms of discomfort to overcome, especially with tense squares from the sun and Uranus late in the month. Bloodstone has long been associated with overcoming suffering, transcending pain, and learning from our particular tragedies. Wearing or carrying bloodstone this month will help the water-bearers achieve their apex identity: that of one who has triumphed over adversity, one who has survived against all odds.




Usually, sapphire is associated with Pisces’ sister sign of Virgo, but this time we’re calling it in here. Mercury’s unusually long stay in your sign this year, combined with Venus’ scintillating exalted visit and Neptune’s long and lush home game, greatly amps up the potential for increased self-knowledge. Sapphires come in every color of the rainbow, and the diversity available in this stone should serve as inspiration for Pisces dreamers the world over. Wearing a sapphire provides a boost to self-confidence that can allow you to showcase your very specific self and amplify your 12th house gifts of magic, mystery, and playful mayhem.


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March 21 Divination Journal – Part 2

I Ching


Hexagram Eight/8

Pi / Bonding

Deep Waters on the face of the Earth:
Surface waters flow together.
The Superior Person recognizes the situation calls for joining together.
Thus he cultivates friendly relations with all.

Good fortune is possible.
Cast the coins again to discover if you have the qualities needed to lead such a group.
Then there will be no error.
Those uncertain will gradually join.
Those who join too late will meet with misfortune.


This is a time of connection with another or others — not just an alliance, but a melding of parts into a new whole.
Such a connection may be too close, too intense for some.
Consult the oracle again to see if you have the qualities needed to strengthen and withstand such an intense synthesis.

Upper Trigram:

K’an / Water

Image: Water, Clouds, Rain, Spring, Pit, Chasm.
Qualities: Dangerous, Difficult, Profound, Anxious, Deep, Mysterious, Damned, Persistent, Persevering, Flexible, Melancholy, Pervasive, Protean, Mobile, Fluid, Driving.
Direction: North.
Family Member: Middle Son.
Body Part: Ear.
Season: Midwinter.
Time of Day: Midnight.
Animal: Pig.
Color: Scarlet.
Element: Wood.
Miscellaneous: Ditches, Ambush, Bent and Straightened, Bow, Wheel, Sick Heart, Earache, Blood, Stumbling Horse, Wrecked Chariot, Moon, Thieves, Hardwood, Toil.

Lower Trigram:

K’un / Earth

Image: Earth.
Qualities: Weak, Yielding, Dark, Nurturing, Responsive, Receptive, Adaptable, Submissive, Charitable, Protective, Even-tempered, Frugal, Fertile.
Direction: Southwest.
Family Member: Mother.
Body Part: Belly.
Season: Early Autumn.
Time of Day: Night.
Animal: Cow.
Color: Black.
Element: Soil.
Miscellaneaous: Cloth, Kettle, Pregnancy, Level, Balanced, Impartial, Large Wagon, Form, Ornament, Multitude, Shaft, Tree Trunk.




What is the definition of 8 in Numerology?

Of all the numbers in Numerology, the number 8 is the achiever and measures life by the goals it reaches. It has good business sense, a powerful presence, and a strong drive for success. The 8 is also a symbol of balance — you can see it in its symmetrical shape. For every blessing it receives, it puts one back out to the universe. When things are balanced, they feel stable, controlled, and supported, which is the most productive environment for the 8 to work in.

In Chinese culture, the number 8 is considered the luckiest number of all, and is purposefully worked into wedding dates, birth dates, addresses, and finances. Even in the world of Numerology, there are people who have been known to change their name in order to add more 8s to their Numerology chart, hoping to emulate this number’s level of accomplishment. The 8 represents an ultimate form of achievement that many will spend their entire lives striving for.

Strengths of the number 8

Ambitious: To say the 8 has ambition would be putting it lightly — they live to achieve! This number is on a mission to reach as many goals and garner as much success as possible. It is strategic in its methods and dedicated to its purpose. The good feelings that come from accomplishment give the 8 everything it needs to keep climbing upward.

Karmic: In a spiritual sense, the number 8 is all about giving back. It realizes that its successes are not its alone and will intentionally recognize and appreciate any help it has received. It balances achievement with gratitude, which can then be rebalanced with more achievement — it’s a cycle of success that the 8 is continuously manifesting.

Enduring: Even when the chips are down, the 8 in Numerology has a great sense of fortitude. It knows it is capable, but that capability often isn’t the only factor at play. With patience and determination, the 8 is confident that things will come around eventually. It is willing to go through struggle because it has no doubt that prosperity is on the other side.

Weaknesses of the number 8

Materialistic: The 8 likes to revel in its accomplishments by surrounding itself with nice things. It looks at this as a personal reward and a way to rebalance the cycle of manifestation. Unfortunately, to others this trait can make the 8 appear shallow or like a show-off. It may also attract opportunists who misunderstand the 8’s intentions.

Authoritative: It’s no surprise all this accomplishment goes straight to the number 8’s head. It’s used to being a leader and this gives it a feeling of personal power. But the 8 always assumes its way is the right way and, by dismissing others’ opinions and ignoring their efforts, it may lose their support even faster than it gained it.

Entitled: The 8 in Numerology isn’t about to ask for permission or forgiveness. Its need to succeed can make it blind to rules and processes, but ignoring these limits and taking things into its own hands makes teamwork impossible and drives a wedge in partnerships. The number 8 is so used to getting its way that it now expects it.

Life Path number 8 in Numerology

Though people with a number 8 Life Path often find great success in life, it is not because of luck — it’s because of the constant attention, intention, and effort they put into their work. While they excel professionally, though, their ego needs some practice in working well with others.

Personality traits for number 8:

  • Accomplished
  • Balanced
  • Dedicated
  • Prosperous
  • Authoritative
  • Strong
  • Professional
  • Materialistic
  • Goal-oriented

The Number 8 in Tarot & Astrology

In Tarot, the card that’s associated with the number 8 is Strength — the eighth Tarot card in the deck. This card represents the karmic power and careful control of the 8 in Numerology. Within Astrology, it’s the zodiac signs Scorpio and Capricorn that are connected to the 8. Scorpio is the eighth sign of the zodiac and holds the same strength and resolve as this number. Capricorn, which is ruled by respectable Saturn, is the sign of professionalism, achievement, and prestige, so its connection to the number 8 in Numerology is clear as day.

8 in your Numerology chart

The power of the number 8 could be anywhere in your Numerology chart. You may have a Destiny number 8, Expression number 8, Birthday number 8, or possibly a Personality number 8! The more 8s you have in your personal Numerology, the more opportunity, prosperity, and success you may find in life!

Angel Number


When the number 8 feels like it is showing up everywhere you look, it may well be true. You may be noticing it now as a sign from the universe that is meant to guide you.

The meaning of Angel Number 8 represents the forces that are at play in our lives, big and small, external and internal.

One of the cardinal numbers, the number 8 often tries to help us understand these forces so that we can respond appropriately.

More often than not, we ourselves are the source of these forces with our own actions.

The number 8 is also linked to consequences, and is a reminder that all actions have consequences.

Your gut should tell you whether seeing the number 8 is a coincidence, or something more.

Whenever it comes to the spiritual, you need to trust your instincts.

What Does Angel Number 8 Mean?

The Angel Number 8 is linked with the idea of cause and effect, and the forces at play in the world that cause events.

It is the idea of a butterfly flapping its wings in the amazon causing cyclones in Europe.

It often brings our attention to forces playing a significant role in our lives that we have not properly recognized.

These may be external forces, but more often, they are something within ourselves, and we aren’t properly understanding what is driving us.

In the Tarot deck, the number 8 is linked with the Devil card.

This is not a bad omen. But this card reminds us that actions have consequences, and where we are today is a result of our own actions in the past.

We carry the responsibility, and we have the power to change the future.

One of the cardinal numbers (which include the digits 0-9), seeing it in isolation can be a more resonant message than seeing a series of the digit, for example in the Angel Number 888.

3 Reasons you might see the Angel Number 8

There are a wide variety of reasons why you might keep seeing the Angel Number 8, but here are three of the most common;

1. You need to take responsibility

The Angel Number 8 will often show up when we are blaming others or circumstances for our current situation.

While many forces have led us to where we are today, the most potent forces in our lives are the actions we choose to take and the attitudes we choose to assume.

Our attitude and response to external forces usually have a much greater influence on our existence that the force itself.

This is not meant as a rebuke. It is rather a reminder of the power that we have to shape our lives in the way that we wish.

The number 8 calls on us to take on responsibility for our past and where we are now.

Recognize the power that we have, and use it to shape the future that we desire.

2. Understand what you can and can’t control

The 8 Angel Number will also often appear when we are fighting to resolve or understand a situation.

It suggests that you need to understand where you have power and where you do not.

You need to understand what you can’t change, and what you can.

It suggests finding a way to accept the things that are unchangeable, and focus your energy on the things that are within in your control.

This is the way to steer your life forward.

Don’t rage against the machine, use the power that you do have to make a difference where it matters most.

3. Identify what you are willing to sacrifice

A lot of people have dreams and talk about what they want out of life, but few people achieve them.

This because they are not willing to make the necessary sacrifices to get to where they need to be.

Seeing the Angel Number 8 reminds you that everything has a cost.

At this moment, you need to focus on identifying what you need to give up.

The level of sacrifice that you are willing to make is the clearest measure of how serious you are about your dreams.

Often the first step in making the necessary sacrifice is identifying what exactly it is.

Once a clear decision has been made, you will find it much easier to do what needs to be done.

What Does Angel Number 8 Mean in Love?

When it comes to love, the Angel Number 8 will often appear when you have lost hope.

Perhaps you have separated with someone recently, you have been alone for a while, or you are feeling stagnant in a relationship.

It reassures you that there is new love, or the hope of a new chapter within a relationship, in your future.

But in order for this to happen, you need to be open to it.

Perhaps you have shut down for a reason.

You need to work on opening yourself back up so that you can attract new love into your life.

What Does the Angel Number 8 Mean Spiritually?

When it comes to spirituality, the Angel Number 8 suggests that you are at a crossroads of some sort.

Whatever decision you make next is going to have a significant impact on the direction that your life takes for its next phase.

The number 8 reminds you to choose wisely, and not mortgage your future for immediate gratification.

What to do After Seeing the Angel Number 8

The number 8 reminds us that our lives are the sum of the choices that we make.

We are responsible for where we are in the world today.

But this reminds us of the incredible power that we have to shape our own lives, and empowers us to take control of the future.

March 21 Divination Journal – Part 1

Tarot Cards

All cards are from The English Magic Tarot deck by Rex Van Ryn, Steve Dooley, and Andy Letcher


Death – Major Arcana p 46 – 47


A headsman prepares himself for an execution. The landscape is bleak and forbidding. They boney hand of death reaches towards him.


The death card indicates some radical change. Nothing stays the same forever, however much we wish that things were otherwise. Only through calm acceptance can we allow new growth to appear.

Reversed, it can signal that we are stubbornly refusing to embrace change. It’s time to accept what is gone is gone and to grieve that lost fully.


Queen of Wands – Minor Arcana Court Card p. 78


A queen stands on some kind of stage. She wears a magnificent dress and looks as if she is about to issue some kind of decree.


Someone is causing a kerfuffle. If it’s you, identify what you’re feeling and what your needs are, then try and make a clear request that they be met. Don’t Bully or blackmail.

If the card is reversed, then you may have already be caught up in someone else’s drama. Extracting yourself may prove tricky, so tread very carefully.


Four of Cups – Minor Arcana p. 101


A man stands in front of a table considering a scroll. He’s in some kind of a library and he has a merciless air about him.


Is someone keeping something from you, or you from them? If the card is reversed, then what aren’t you admitting to yourself? It’s the hardest thing of all to be honest, especially in matters of the heart, but truth will out and better that it comes from you.


Temperance – Major Arcana p. 48 – 49


A woman dips her head into a pool. She’s framed by two willow trees. She holds two cups behind her back and pours liquid from one to the other. A big cat stands tumulus behind her.


Temperence encourages us to find balance in our lives, the still waters of this place.

If reversed, things have become out of balance, perhaps dangerously so. Let the governing tides of the universe draw things back to equilibrium again.



Northumbrian Runes – Cweorth

Sound: “q”
Stands for: Flames of a fire
Casting meaning: This rune represents a process of transformation through fire. The spirit of a body from a person on a funeral pyre is liberated by fire. Cweorth refers to the sacredness of the hearth and ritual cleansing by fire.

Witches Rune



Triple goddess, life/death/rebirth, trinity, love – romance

Some people read this witches rune as a flower – new life, birth, fertility, love. I tend to read it more like the triquetra – life/death/rebirth cycles, triple goddess, etc. It’s completely up to you how YOU interpret these.




Generosity, discretion, beauty, subtlety, the occult, perception of abundance

Tree: Honeysuckle (Lonicera spp.)

Letter: P

The Ogham itself is like a bunch of ZIP files waiting to reveal itself to the patient and the thoughtful. Learning the secrets of magic is not a matter of coercion but instead a dedicated pursuit of perceiving subtle meanings and gently working with natural forces. The occult, as much as some people may want to imbue it with paranoid, ghastly images of blood sacrifice, merely means “the hidden”, meaning that which is not obvious and must be gleaned, sussed out, and pored over in order to understand.

Whether you are an occultist or not, it’s a good life strategy simply not to talk about every one of your inner thoughts and to censor yourself depending on who you are with. Some of your secrets never need to be known by anyone besides you, and that is OK. Honesty is often NOT the best policy, except with yourself when assessing your flaws and strengths.

As this Ogham connects with honeysuckle, it also ties in with the concept of generosity and the perception of abundance. The honeysuckle’s graceful, arching habit and profusion of sweetly-scented flowers provides nectar and shelter for many bugs and small animals.

Generosity is in no way the exclusive trait of the rich; in fact, the poor are notably more generous than the rich. According to the US Bureau of Labor Statistics, people in the bottom 20 percent tend to give more than their capacity to give while Americans in the top 40 percent are capable of donating two or three times more than they actually give. Perhaps this is because the poorer you are, the more likely you are to have empathy you have for those who equally poor or poorer than you. Or perhaps this is because poor people are likely to appreciate the small abundances they have instead of hoarding and jealously standing in constant, miserable guard of their wealth like certain types of rich people. The elites at the pinnacle of modern monetary wealth are latter-day ogres: monsters who skulk in caves full of stolen gold coins, plundered weapons, and blood-crusted jewels. The perception of plenty often is one and the same as plenty, which is why having “lots of toys” has never been the path to happiness. Abundance has to come from somewhere, and one of the reasons some rich people are so unhappy and mentally disturbed these days is because many have spent lifetimes denying their own privilege while hoarding wealth that came from unfair consequences offloaded on those poorer than them and the ecosystem itself. Such “abundance” has a hefty karmic price, and it is as if the modern day rich ogres sense this and it quietly drives them mad.

The secret here is that generosity is a form of living by the golden rule. Give without fear and worry and you will always feel contented. Conversely, clinging greedily to material abundance and status symbols out of fear of not having enough ensures you will never feel you have enough, no matter how rich you become. Uilleand tells you to spread your generosity and to send your wealth back into the flow of nature. Give whatever you can. You’ll always have just enough. Uilleand is the perception of plenty: be generous with what you have and like will attract like.

Questions when you draw Uilleand:
-What does abundance mean to you? Take a snapshot of your life right now: do you think you have enough wealth to be happy?
-When was the last time you gave to someone less fortunate than you? How much did you sacrifice?
-Think of a time when you shared a secret and someone used it to betray or hurt you. What would you do differently if you had to relive that event? How will you act if and when you are presented with a similar situation in the future?

“If you knew what I know about the power of giving, you would not let a single meal pass without sharing it in some way.”

“There are two types of poor people, those who are poor together and those who are poor alone. The first are the true poor, the others are rich people out of luck.” -Jean-Paul Sartre

“Generosity is what keeps the things we own from owning us.” -Eugene Cho

“Three may keep a secret, if two of them are dead.” -Benjamin Franklin

Animal Spirit Guide or Helper

Card drawn from Messages From Your Animal Spirit Guides Oracle Cards by Steven D. Farmer

Mountain Goat p. 75 – 76

There is something out of balance in your life, so do whatever you need to do to correct it.


Sturdiness; Sure-footedness; Resiliency; Determination; Quickness; Confidence; Aspiration; Ambition; Independance; Strength; Practicality; Stability; Dignity; Perseverance

March 21, 2023 Birthday Horoscope

May the next year of your life be more positive than the past year! 

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IF YOU ARE BORN ON March 21, you are the friendliest person anybody would want to meet. You are loving, romantic, and sincere. Although you love your home, you love to travel and explore a world outside of your own.

As the zodiac sign for 21 March birthday is Aries, you have the ability to be a great politician or athlete. You have this weird power over people that allow you to make friends with ease. Aries, you know how to make a person feel special.

If you are an Aries born on this day, your birthday personality shows that you do not cheat on your partner nor do you flirt around with others either while in a relationship.

Aries, you are loyal and devoted lovers… extremely faithful, that’s what your birthday love compatibility predicts! Anyone would be so lucky as to have you in his or her life.

You may relate to a different element from what your Sun Sign / Zodiac Sign element is. Take this in-depth four elements personality quiz to understand it.

You don’t have a submissive bone in your body. Usually, you would not just accept a situation rather you discuss it and fix it. Aries, this is how we grow.

Aries birthday horoscope for March 21 predicts that you make sacrifices for other people… it is a part of your character to help others out of suffering. You are so sweet with the tissue box awaiting the next teardrop.

Those born on March 21 are sensitive and empathetic people. Your friends have a way of completing you. Sometimes, though, you can be to honest with your friends. You can come right to the point even if it is not what your friend or associate wants to hear.

On the negative side of Aries, 21 March birthday astrology analysis, warns how you can be self-centered! Oh my goodness, Aries, you can be headstrong and argumentative as well. This is very frustrating to others. You have a short fuse and will lash out at times when you probably should have said nothing.

Sometimes, you just don’t listen. You can’t force your opinions on anyone. Don’t be so selfish, Aries and stop holding grudges. It could be the reason you are psychologically drained from time to time.

What your birthday says about you is that with your mindset in the right place, Aries, you can be a positive influence on the younger generation. Mentoring can be easy for you as you will make an excellent teacher.

This can make you an irreplaceable Aries, and it is gives the young people a source of information where they can receive valuable advice. You can relate to most current issues pertaining to teenagers as it seems to change every day.

Aries zodiac birthdays on March 21st tend to focus on the bigger picture and you can end up being very happy throughout life. You can excel at anything you do when it comes to your profession. However, money is not necessarily the reason you work so hard but it is a source that puts food on the table.

In most cases, it will take money to make money. Although you are not afraid of work, Aries zodiac sign people with March 21 birthday will not spend sleepless nights wondering about their next business move.

In fact, you will probably start making investments early on and securing a retirement portfolio. When you do this, you will get substantial returns as life progresses. Overall, Aries, you will do what it takes to provide a lifestyle according to your desires.

The 21 March birthday meaning shows that you are subject to romantic involvements that give you security. You like to be swept off your feet every once in a while. You love attention and pampering.

Aries’ prefer a love mate who is responsible and grounded. This helps to keep your life in order. You prefer a traditional courtship as opposed to a casual love affair.

Aries, the 21 March birthday analysis shows you to be most loving but at the same time, you can be untrusting due to your previous experience with people.

You do not forget anything. Some were not very nice to you. You withdraw when your feelings are hurt and this can be frustrating to others. You love attention, Aries and a traditional love affair.

See: Famous Celebrities Born On March 21

This Day That Year – March 21 In History

1788 – New Orleans, LA, fire destroys 856 buildings
1871 – An expedition to Africa is underway; Henry M Stanley, journalist, on board
1917 – First woman Naval Petty Officer; Loretta Walsh
1943 – The assassination attempt on Hitler’s life is a failure

March 21  Mesha Rashi (Vedic Moon Sign)
March 21 Chinese Zodiac DRAGON

March 21 Birthday Planet

Your ruling planet is Neptune & Mars

Neptune represents mercy, sensitivity, dreams, and inspiration.
Mars stands for passion, revenge, aggression, determination, and action.

March 21 Birthday Symbols

The Ram Is The Symbol For The Aries Zodiac Sign
The Two Fishes Are The Symbol For The Pisces Sun Sign

March 21 Birthday Tarot Card

Your Birth Day Tarot Card is The World. This card symbolizes prosperity, finishing of tasks and integrity. The Minor Arcana cards are Two of Wands and Queen of Wands

March 21 Birthday Compatibility

You are most compatible with people born under Zodiac Sign Leo: This is a passionate and intense love match.
You are not compatible with people born under Zodiac Sign CancerThis relationship between fire and water is not compatible at all.

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March 21 Lucky Numbers

Number 3 – This number stands for originality, imagination, extrovert personality and witty.
Number 6 – This number symbolizes care, love, harmony, teacher, and protector.

Read about: Birthday Numerology

Lucky Colors For March 21 Birthday

Red: This is a powerful color that symbolizes desire, leadership, willpower, and anger.
Green: This color signifies balance, growth, money, rebirth, and rejuvenation.

Lucky Days For March 21 Birthday

Tuesday – This day ruled by Mars stands for courage, strength, rashness, and adventure.
Thursday – This day is ruled by Jupiter and stands for joy, enthusiasm, prosperity, and progress.

March 21 Birthstone Diamond

Diamond is a symbol of perfection, light, imagination and psychic powers.

Ideal Zodiac Birthday Gifts For People Born On The 21st Of March:

Dazzling diamonds for the Aries woman and the latest video game console for the man

March 21, 2023 Daily Horoscopes

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Moon Alert

Avoid shopping or making important decisions from 11:45 AM to 12:15 PM EDT today (8:45 AM to 9:15 AM PDT). After that, the Moon moves from Pisces into Aries.

Aries (March 21-April 19)

This is an excellent day for new beginnings! (After the Moon Alert is over.) You are perfectly poised to initiate things because the Sun, the New Moon, Mercury and lucky Jupiter are all in your sign. It doesn’t get better than this!

Taurus (April 20-May 20)

This is the perfect day for quiet contemplation. Very soon you will enter into a busy window of about six weeks, so use this time to think about what you want to achieve. Continue to give thought to your life direction in general. Make a plan, Stan.

Gemini (May 21-June 20)

The New Moon today is one of the best days of the year to think about the role that friendships play in your life. In large measure, your friends are a reflection of who you are. Are you pleased with your friends? Do you hang out with quality people? Think about this.

Cancer (June 21-July 22)

This is the perfect day to give some serious thought to where you are headed. It’s the New Moon, which means it’s an excellent time to set intentions. Where do you want to be five years from now? Where do you want to be one year from now? What can you do this week to start to make this a reality?

Leo (July 23-Aug. 22)

For the next few months, your desire to travel will be strong. Likewise, you will enjoy study and anything that you feel enriches and expands your world. Today’s New Moon offers you a wonderful opportunity to make some goals about how to do this. Ideas?

Virgo (Aug. 23-Sept. 22)

The New Moon that occurs once a month is the perfect time to set intentions. Today’s New Moon is all about financial matters, shared property, debt, wills, estates and insurance issues for your sign. These are the areas to focus on for you. What improvements can you make?

Libra (Sept. 23-Oct. 22)

Today the only New Moon that is opposite your sign all year is taking place, which means it’s the perfect time to think about what you can do to improve all your closest relationships. The key is that you have more objectivity to see the big picture.

Scorpio (Oct. 23-Nov. 21)

What can you do to feel more fulfilled in your job and how you do your job? How can you do it better? Likewise, what can you do to improve your health? These are the opportunities that today’s New Moon offers you. Think about it.

Sagittarius (Nov. 22-Dec. 21)

It’s important to find the right balance between play and work in our lives, especially because we are a work-oriented society. Do you give yourself enough time to play and goof off? Do you try activities that let you use your creative talents?

Capricorn (Dec. 22-Jan. 19)

The New Moon today is a wonderful opportunity for you to think about how you can improve your family relationships; and likewise, what you can do to improve where you live or the living arrangements that you have with others.

Aquarius (Jan. 20-Feb. 18)

We are gregarious creatures. We need to see others and we need to be seen. Today’s New Moon is your chance to think about your style of communicating with others. Are you friendly? Do you reach out to others?

Pisces (Feb. 19-March 20)

A handful of planets are in your Money House right now including the New Moon, which means this is the perfect day to think about how you can boost your earnings; and also, about how well you take care of your possessions.

If Your Birthday Is Today

Actor Matthew Broderick (1962) shares your birthday today. You are adventurous, honest and direct. You have strong opinions and you tell it like it is. Simplicity is the key to life this year. It’s time for you to create solid foundations metaphorically and even physically. Martial arts and yoga will be wonderful tools for self-discipline.

March 21, 2023 Moon Goddess Current Phase

The Moon’s current phase for today and tonight is a  New Moon phase. During this phase the Moon is too close to the sun in the sky to be visible. The moon rises and sets with the sun and is not present in the night sky. Because of this the night sky is darker and an excellent time to view other celestial objects. Like the Full Moon, a New Moon happens at a very specific time when the sun and moon have the same ecliptic longitude and it can be measured down to the second it occurs.

Visit the March 2023 Moon Phases Calendar to see all the daily moon phase for this month.

Today’s New Moon Phase

The New Moon on March 21 has an illumination of 0%. This is the percentage of the Moon illuminated by the Sun. The illumination is constantly changing and can vary up to 10% a day. On March 21 the Moon is 29.27 days old. This refers to how many days it has been since the last New Moon. It takes 29.53 days for the Moon to orbit the Earth and go through the lunar cycle of all 8 Moon phases.

Phase Details

Phase: New Moon
Illumination: 0%
Moon Age: 29.27 days
Moon Angle: 0.54
Moon Distance: 369,885.17 km
Sun Angle: 0.54
Sun Distance: 149,039,831.35 km

The 8 Lunar Phases

There are 8 lunar phases the Moon goes through in its 29.53 days lunar cycle. The 4 major Moon phases are Full Moon, New Moon, First Quarter and Last Quarter. Between these major phases, there are 4 minor ones: the Waxing Crescent, Waxing Gibbous, Waning Gibbous and Waning Crescent. For more info on the Moon Cycle and on each phase check out Wikipedia Lunar Phase page.

Useful Moon Resources