Your March Horoscope for Libra
Remarkably, Pluto will move into Aquarius this month to take Saturn’s place, but only for a little preview of Pluto’s much longer stay, to begin next year. Pluto will enter on March 23 and leave June 11, when it will fall back into Capricorn. Next year, Pluto will re-enter Aquarius on January 20, 2024, and remain until January 19, 2044, a period of 20 years.
Pluto is known to refresh and revitalize the part of your chart he visits. In your case, you could be transformed by love and enter into quite a passionate, intense phase. If you don’t have children, you may decide to have a baby and see your life transformed, or if you have a child, you could find a talent in him or her that you would like to have developed with lessons. Your own creativity is covered by your fifth house too, and with Pluto entering this house for 20 years, you may find your true calling and create some of the best work you’ve ever turned out—better than you ever thought you were capable of producing. Pluto is associated with power and money—you may do exceedingly well, or your child might. This is not a mutually exclusive trend, so you may both rise in status in a way you never thought possible.
Pluto is strong minded but not like Saturn who is more of a drill sergeant. Pluto in Aquarius will perfectly support your Libra Sun or Libra rising sign, especially when Pluto makes contact with the degrees of either one. This year, only those Libras born at 0 or 1 degree (and possibly 2 degrees) will feel this influence (those born on September 23 or 24), but in time, every Libra will notice this rejuvenating effect.
Now let’s turn to the new moon in Aries, 1 degree, due March 21. This will light your seventh house of serious commitment in marriage or business partnerships and collaborations. In love, you may get engaged, or if you are already married, you might set a goal with your other half that you can work on together. In business, you may be joining forces with a partner, collaborator, or consultant, such as an agent, publicist, or new accountant, as some examples. Or if you are self-employed, you may be working on a deal with a new client you will consult.