STAR DATES

THE FIRST GAY WED­DINGS IN ENG­LAND AND WALES WILL TAKE PLACE ON 29 MARCH. ASTROLOGER LOUISA TAN­NER MUN­SON HAS SOME AD­VICE FOR PEO­PLE GET­TING MAR­RIED THAT DAY

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What the plan­ets have to say about your big day

AS IT TURNS OUT, 29 MARCH IS A PRETTY GOOD DAY TO TIE THE KNOT AND TICKS A LOT OF THE ‘YES’ BOXES.

PRO­GRES­SIVE, UN­USUAL AND STRONG

Venus in Aquarius speaks of a unique and un­re­stricted love. Its good con­nec­tion to Mars in Libra shows a free flow of friendly and sex­ual en­ergy be­tween mar­riage part­ners. Venus is also in a pro­gres­sive and ben­e­fi­cial po­si­tion to the Sun and Uranus (con­junct) in Aries. What this means to peo­ple mar­ry­ing on this day is that the mar­riage is un­con­ven­tional, is new, ex­cit­ing, in­de­pen­dent and has its own beat. The flow of ideas, fun, cre­ativ­ity and af­fec­tion is easy. You’ll have a strong mar­riage sig­na­ture that is slightly re­bel­lious, un­usual and strong.

DREAMY KARMA

Pri­vately though, with the Moon in dreamy Pisces along­side Mer­cury, Ch­i­ron and Nep­tune, you may find that there is heal­ing, bal­anc­ing and gen­tle­ness. This rep­re­sents the ten­der sides of the mar­riage, a deep ca­pac­ity to “get” each other in a way that no one else can com­pre­hend. It has the magic of karma. It does also carry a res­o­nance with se­crets and in­ner psy­chol­ogy. Get­ting mar­ried on this day could give you an im­pe­tus to “let go” of your in­se­cu­ri­ties and past hurts. With wa­tery Jupiter and Saturn in a good re­cep­tion to the Moon, there is another in­di­ca­tion of the mar­riage be­ing ac­cepted struc­turally and by the com­mu­nity. This can bring a qual­ity of sup­port­ed­ness.

EM­PHA­SISE WEALTH

If you are choos­ing this date, then tim­ing is es­sen­tial. As­tro­log­i­cal re­search would sug­gest that after 13.45, it would be less lucky. If you could say “I do” around 9.10am, the plan­ets are placed in a way to em­pha­sise wealth, love and a siz­zling phys­i­cal life. If you say “I do” around 12.30, the plan­ets are more poised for travel, change and trans­for­ma­tion.

STAND­ING STRONG TO­GETHER

As with all dates, there are al­ways con­traindi­ca­tions, and my ad­vice to cou­ples con­sid­er­ing the best date to marry would be this. This day car­ries a strong re­spon­si­bil­ity to trail blaze, and as with all trend set­ters, there can be feel­ings of con­flict from in­flu­ences that are not up to speed and in the same loving frame of mind. In spite of the ben­e­fits of this day, there are some chal­leng­ing as­pects too. The main one in my mind is the tight square be­tween Venus and Saturn. At its best it can give you great strength to dig your heels in and stand strong to­gether. At its worst you may feel lonely to­gether.

SMOOTH OR EX­CIT­ING?

I’d rec­om­mend this day to cou­ples who have a grounded sense of their own self es­teem. No mat­ter how se­cure you might be to­gether, there will be ad­di­tional ob­sta­cles. With the propen­sity to clear past pain, this date could lead to a lot of in­ner trans­for­ma­tion. If you’re ready for an ex­cit­ing ride, where you’ll evolve, change and chal­lenge re­stric­tions, then this could be the date for you. If you’d pre­fer a slightly smoother, eas­ier ride, then it may be worth wait­ing a lit­tle longer. From the end of April – July and from Oc­to­ber – Novem­ber, there are many key times that could rep­re­sent you and your dreams as a mar­ried cou­ple. To run through the best dates for you con­tact Louisa on her web­site at: louisa­tan­ner­mun­sonas­trol­ogy.wee­bly.com

29 MARCH IS A GOOD DAY TO MARRY

LOUISA TAN­NER MUN­SON

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