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Astrology Forecast for March 2023

Astrology Forecast for March 2023

In episode 391 we look ahead at the astrological forecast for March of 2023, with astrologers Chris Brennan, Austin Coppock, and Leisa Schaim.

March is one of the most notable months of 2023 because it contains a number of planetary ingresses, such as Saturn moving into Pisces, Pluto moving into Aquarius, and Mars finally departing Gemini for Cancer.

At the beginning of the episode we talk about some recent stories in the news and how the astrology played out over the past month, and then in the second half we do a full analysis of the astrology of March.

This episode is available in audio and video versions below.

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Auspicious Election for March

The most auspicious astrological date this month is March 22 around 2:00 PM, with Leo rising.

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A full transcript of this episode is available: Episode 391 transcript

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  • Hi Chris.
    Kate Plumb here. As a person devoted to your work in all its reiterations I am more than struck about why you are not focused on the elephant in the room? The movement from Capricorn to Aquarius in its relationship to the current corporate malfeasance and their attempt to institute a new world order involving all kinds of loss of personal privacy for individuals. Austin alluded to it in the March episode when he mentioned his car insurance company wants him to download an app so his every movement can be tracked. You all did not respond in any kind of an alarming way. And this is what I am surprised at.
    Thank you for hearing me.
    Warmly as always

    • We are all just trying to find ways to cope with the reality of where things are at right now or where they are headed, and just because we didn’t express alarm doesn’t mean that we are not concerned about it, there is just little that we can do ultimately to change the direction that some things are going.