In astrology, predictions are made about different time periods through the horoscope. Weekly Horoscope tells the future, which depends on the movement of planets and constellations. See the horoscope of the people of Aries, Taurus, Gemini, Cancer, Leo, Virgo, Libra, Scorpio, Sagittarius, Capricorn, Aquarius, Pisces for a week.
Lucknow: In astrology, predictions are made about different time periods through the horoscope. Weekly Horoscope tells the future, which depends on the movement of planets and constellations. See the horoscope of the people of Aries, Taurus, Gemini, Cancer, Leo, Virgo, Libra, Scorpio, Sagittarius, Capricorn, Aquarius, Pisces for upcoming week.
MOORE WEEKLY STARS
February 27 – March 5, 2023
Love, luck, generosity and opportunity are linked, as Venus and Jupiter hook up in your sign. So it’s a wonderful week to join an online dating site, go on a first date,propose, get married, renew your wedding vows, launch a passion project or buy a lottery ticket. Good fortune could also knock on your door via a local friend, a business partner or an international contact. But you must have the inner confidence to truly believe that you
deserve happiness and success.
Are you tired of being a paddock-bound Bull? This week Jupiter revs up your usually tentative Taurean nature, and you’ll feel more restless and curious than usual. So it’s time to break free from boring boundaries, escape from your pedestrian paddock, go free-range and start exploring the world around you. Your motto is from birthday great Elizabeth Taylor, “I feel very adventurous. There are so many doors to be opened, and I’m not afraid to look behind them.”
You’re keen to connect with others as six planets activate your professional and
aspirations zones. It’s a terrific time to converse and communicate, text and tweet. People are waiting to hear what you’ve got to say as you brainstorm your creative ideas, and proactive Mars is charging through your sign. So stop procrastinating, walk your talk and start delivering! Be inspired by birthday great, writer and illustrator Dr Seuss, “Only you can control your future.”
Venus and Jupiter join forces in your career zone, so a professional opportunity could
come your way this week. But you must keep your eyes and ears open, and nurture potential influential connections along the way. Mercury also links up with Saturn, so you need to take a disciplined look at money and tax matters, especially if you’re part of a financial partnership. Friday, Saturday and Sunday favour travel, tourism, education and communication.
This week’s spontaneous stars increase your restless side and your independent streak.
Travel and communication are particularly favoured, as you connect with creative friends
from close to home and far away. Clever Cats will resist the urge to be bossy and self indulgent. You’re in the mood to take a professional risk or go on a grand adventure but avoid saying the first thing that pops into your head. Sometimes silence is golden, and
some things are best left unsaid.
With no less than five planets in your relationship and intimacy zones, it’s a suitable time to sit down with a loved one and talk through a sensitive issue that’s been bothering you. Clear communication and deft diplomacy are the keys to peaceful partnerships at the moment. Attached Virgo – it’s a wonderful week to take your sweetheart on a spontaneous adventure. If you’re single, a seemingly ordinary date could head off in an unexpected direction!
Thursday is the luckiest day of the year for love, when Venus (your patron planet) hooks
up with Jupiter (planet of good fortune) in your relationship zone. So make the most of it!
Coupled Librans – plan something romantic with your partner, like a candle-lit dinner or
a well-chosen present. Singles – look out for a sexy, amorous Aries or a sassy, hilarious
Sagittarius. And you could meet them while you are travelling or via an introduction
from a close friend.
A relationship (at home or work) looks unsettled this week, as Uranus continues to upset the apple cart and throw some surprises into the mix. Someone could say or do something that rattles your sense of security. Or a colleague, client or customer could throw you a curved ball. Whatever happens, avoid the temptation to brood and fall into a slump. As birthday great Elizabeth Taylor declared “Pour yourself a drink, put on some lipstick and
pull yourself together!”
This week Venus links up with your power planet Jupiter, so it’s time to accentuate the
positive and count your lucky stars. Quit blaming life, fate, karma or other people for the messes you’ve created and the mistakes you’ve made. Adopt the motto of birthday great,
actress and adventurer Joanna Lumley, “Only you can make yourself into who you want to be. Don’t blame anybody else. You are entitled to free fresh air, and that’s it. Do the rest yourself.”
Venus and Jupiter encourage you to listen to loved ones closely and keep the channels of
communication open. Is a family member going through a rough patch? Don’t lecture them! Strive to help them in a compassionate and generous way. But expect a stressful week financially, as Saturn shakes up your previous expectations. Time to reformulate your fiscal plans. When it comes to work and business, it’s much better to under-promise and then over-deliver.
This week Mercury and Saturn hook up in your sign, so your progressive ideas and
unpredictable antics could upset some people. But that’s life when you’re a free-wheeling
Aquarius! So your motto is from this week’s birthday great, ‘Cat in the Hat’ writer Dr
Seuss “Why fit in when you were born to stand out?” For extra creative inspiration, look
to avant-garde Aquarian role-models like Mozart, Bob Marley, Yoko Ono, Oprah Winfrey and Harry Styles.
The Sun, Neptune and Mercury are transiting through your sign, so you’re emanating some serious charisma! Make sure you appreciate and celebrate the creative and compassionate Piscean within via writing, singing dancing, drawing, painting, playing music or helping others. And with Mars visiting your home zone (until March 25) it’s also time to tackle a domestic problem or a DIY project that’s been dumped on the backburner for a while.