Friends, Health, Colors, Stones

Capricorn usually make the most solid and best friendships with people who are born in their own period, and between December 21st to end of January, from April 20 to the end of May.

As a rule Capricorn people are more inclined to suffer from indigestion, rheorsatista and pains in the feet.

The colours which give the most suitable vibrations to Capricorn, and which are the most beneficial to them, are all tones of grey, ranges of violet and purple, and also black.

The Capricorn birth stones are moon-stones, pearls, and amethysts.
corresponding tarot card
The emperor element : Earth planet: Saturn

Current Capricorn horoscope

For the week of: March 2 th - March 8 th, 2009

This week is highlighted by a time to rely only on yourself and your own resources, gather in your scattered forces, and concentrate on your own work. You may meet numerous obstructions and delays so that you don't accomplish as much or work as quickly as you would like. You can, however, do a very thorough job and also tackle the kind of difficult or disagreeable tasks you usually avoid. You are prone to feel frustrated and to resent the limitations or drudgery of this time period. Perseverance and patient effort are required of you now. Try to avoid becoming discouraged or lashing out at the ones you are responsible for.

Lucky numbers for this week are: 2, 8, 14, 18, 24,

Character of person born in January

Careful, ambitious, controlled, responsible, disciplined

Capricorn have strong mental force, but they are, as a rule, generally misunderstood by others. They are thinkers, reasoners, and make natural heads of business organisations or any form of government work. Capricorn are independent and high-minded in all their actions, and detest being under the restraint of others. They must be leaders in whatever they are engaged, or else they are inclined to lose their interest in their work. They have strange ideas of love, duty, and social position, and for this reason they are often considered "odd," and do not fit in easily with their neighbours.

Celebrities: Some Famous Capricorn

Charles Renouvier, French philosopher (neocriticism)
Martin H Klaproth, Germany, chemist
Arthur Hugh Clough, poet, friend of Matthew Arnold
George Foster Shepley, Brig General (Union volunteers), died in 1878
S ndor Pet”fi, Kikk”r”s, Hungary, poet, revolutionary (J os Vit‚z)
William Lewis "Old Tige" Cabell, Brig General (Confederate Army)
William Joseph Westbrook, composer
William Hugh Young, Brig General (Confederate Army), died in 1901
Nikolay Nikolayevich Lodizhensky, composer
Nikola Pasic, Serbian nationalist/premier (1891..1926)

Lou Gramm, rocker
Nadia Cassini, [Gianna Lou Muller], Woodstock NY, model (Oui)
Ricky Van Shelton, Grit Va, country singer (Wild-Eyed Dream)
Wendy Phillips, Bkln NY, actress (Executive Suite, Promised Land)
Ludmila Borozna, USSR, volleyball player (Olympic-gold-1972)
Joanna Pacula, Tomszowaubelski Poland, actress (Gorky Park, Kiss)
Kirti Azad, cricketer (Indian off-spin all-rounder in 7 Tests 1981-83)
Raman Lamba, cricketer (Indian opening batsman 1986-87)
David Cone, KC Mo, baseball pitcher (NY Mets/Tor Blue Jays/NY Yankees)
Edgar Martinez, NYC, baseball 1st baseman (Seattle Mariners)

Bobby Hull, NHL forward (Chicago Blackhawk 1957-72)
Thelma Schoonmaker, actress/editor (Casino, Cape Fear, Good Fellas)
Shima Iwashita, actress (Red Lion, Hara-Kiri, Double Suicide)
Van Dyke Parks, Alabama, actor/musician (Bonino, Billy Crystal Hour)
Christina von Saltza, US, swimmer (Olympic-3 gold/silver-1960)
Stephen Stills, Dallas TX, songwriter/guitarist (Cosby Stills & Nash)
Victoria Principal, Fukuoka Japan, actress (Earthquake, Pamela-Dallas)
John Paul Jones, rocker (Led Zeppelin-Stairway to Heaven)
Sergey Filipovich Protchenko, Russian cosmonaut
Larry McNeeley, Lafayette Ind, banjo player (Glen Campbell Hour)
Manfred Kokot, East German runner (world record 50 m indoor)

Don Shula, winningest NFL coach (Miami Dolphins)
Iain Cuthbertson, British actor (Guilty, Scandal, Rep, Danger UXB)
Sorrell Booke, Buffalo NY, actor (Bye Bye Braverman, Black Like Me)
Richard Stahl, Detroit Mich, actor (Howard-It's a Living)
Ed Jenkins, (Rep-D-GA, 1977- )
Floyd Patterson, heavyweight champ (1956-59, 1960-62) (Oly-gold-1952)
Kenneth Money, Canada, astronaut (STS 42-alt)
Dyan Cannon, Tacoma Wash, Mrs Cary Grant/actress (Heaven Can Wait)
Grace Bumbry, St Louis, mezzo-soprano (Venus in Tannh„user)
R Surendranath, cricketer (Indian pace bowler in 11 Tests early 60s)
Louis Krebs Graham, Nashville TN, PGA golfer (1975 US Open)

Kathleen Kenyon, 1st person to place date on remains of Jericho
Anton Ingolic, Slavic author (After Splavih, After Prelomu)
Wilhelm J Soukop, Austrian/British sculptor
Willi Soukop, sculptor
George Dolenz, Trieste Italy, actor (Count of Monte Cristo)
Jean-Pierre Aumont, Paris France, actor (Cat & Mouse, Happy Hooker)
Simon Harcourt Nowell-Smith, bibliophile
Stephen Cole Kleene, mathematician (Regular Expressions)
Erica Morini, Vienna Austria, concert violinist
Frank Pace Jr, US Secretary of Army (1950-53)
George Reeves, [George Lescher Bessolo], actor (Superman)

Mark Brunswick, composer
Sofie-Carmen Eckhardt-Gramatte, composer
Boris Blacher, Newchwang China, German composer (Orchester-Ornament)
Francis L Sullivan, London England, actor (Missing Rembrandt)
Maurice Abravanel, Saloniki Greece, conductor/composer
Stanley Smith, KC MO, actor (Honey, King of Jazz, Soup to Nuts)
Eric Frank Russell, UK, sci-fi author (Hugo, Deep Space, Dark Tides)
Benedict Vilakazi, S Africa, poet/educator (Zulu-English Dictionary)

Agha Zahid, cricketer (open batting for Pak v WI 1975, scored 14 & 1)
Earl Wilber Force "Wire" Lindo, rocker (Bob Marley & the Wailers)
Alan Butcher, cricketer (one Test England v India, scored 14 & 20)
Sandra Bernhard, Arizona (Follow That Bird, King of Comedy)
Robin Walton, Boise ID, LPGA golfer (1995 GHP Heartland Classic-15th)
Rosalyn Bryant, Chic Ill, 4x400m runner (Olympic-silver-1976)
Trudie Styler, England, wife of Sting/sponsor (Rainforest Concert)
Katie Couric, [Katherine], Arlington VA, TV news host (Today)

Bruce Sutter, pitcher (Cubs, Cards, Braves)
Mike Reno, Vancouver BC Canada, rock vocalist (Loverboy)
Michael Harwood, Sydney NSW, Australasia golfer
Jolanda Egger, Luzean Switz, playmate (June, 1983)
Shoaib Mohammad, cricketer (son of Hanif Patient & prolific batsman)
Hiromi Kobayashi, Fukushima Japan, LPGA golfer (1993 JAL Big Apple)
Peter [Ped] Gill, rocker (Frankie Goes to Hollywood-Relax) [or 3/5]
Virgil Hill, Missouri, middleweight boxer (Olympic-silver-1984)
Champaka Ramanayake, cricketer (Sri Lankan opening bowler)
Eric Wohlberg, Sudbury Ontario, cyclist (Olympics-96)

Lance Hoppens, rocker (Orleans-Still the One, Dance With Me)
David Smith, cricketer (England lefty batsman in 2 Tests v WI 1986)
Kimberly Beck Hilton, Glendale Calif, actress (Kim-Peyton Place)
Otis Nixon, US baseball outfielder (Boston Red Sox, Texas Rangers)
David Peoples, Augusta ME, Nike golfer (1991 Buick Southern Open)
Lisa Walters, Prince Rupert BC, LPGA golfer (Itoki Hawaiian-1992, 93)
Phil Lewis, London England, rock vocalist (LA Guns-It's Over Now)
Stan Javier, S P de Macoris Dom Rep, outfielder (Oak A's, SF Giants)
Atsuo Kudo, hockey defenseman (Team Japan 1998)
Carin Garbarra, East Orange NJ, soccer forward (Olympics-96)

Micky Michelle, [Ingrid Hankers], Dutch dancer (Josephine)
Trini Alvarado, actor (Frighteners)
Lyle Menendez, NY, accused of killing his parents (Menendez Brothers)
Malcolm Showell, WLAF defensive end (Amsterdam Admirals)
Doug E Doug, rapper/comedian (Operation Dumbo Drop, Jungle Fever)
Juanita Clayton, Manitou Manitoba, softball catcher (Olympics-96)
Cameron MacKenzie, Australian 100m/200m/400m (Olympics-96)
Deon Figures, NFL cornerback/PR (Pitts Steelers)
James Wilson, WLAF defensive end (Rhein Fire)
Guylaine Cloutier, Levis QUE, 100m breaststroke swimmer (Oly-4-92, 96)

Joely Richardson, London England, actress (Body Contact, Wetherby)
Karl Van Calcar, Torrance Calif, 3k steeplechase
Loredana Romito, Benevento Italy, model/actress (Fatal Temptation)
Olivia Barash, Miami Fla, actress (Laura-Out of the Blue)
Steve Vancil, Oregon City Ore, golfer (1989 City of Portland)
Christian Pouget, hockey forward (Team France 1998)
Jeff Bankett, Pittsburgh Pa, actor (Tyler-1 Life to Live)
Richmond Webb, NFL tackle (Miami Dolphins)
Ronnie Stern, St-Agathe, NHL right wing (Calgary Flames)
Ben Rivera, Dominican/US baseball pitcher (Phila Phillies)
Sharon Brown, NYC, actress (Chantal-Generations)
Darren Anderson, NFL cornerback (KC Chiefs)
Dave Cruikshank, Northbrook Ill, speed skater (Olympics-1994)
Frank Robinson, WLAF defensive back (Scottish Claymores)

Jacobus M "Jacques" Hamelink, Dutch writer/poet (Cold Unrest)
Dick Motz, cricketer (1st NZer to take 100 Test wickets)
Jaime B Fuster, (Rep-D-PR, 1985- )
Long John Baldry, England, blues vocalist (Don't try to Lay No Boogie)
Vladimir Sergeyevich Kozelsky, cosmonaut (Soyuz 24 backup)
Henri J "Adriaan" Adriaansen, mime/director (Stinging Nettle King)
Ray Manzarek, rock keyboardist (Doors-People are Strange)
Joe Frazier, Beaufort SC, HW boxer (Olympic-gold-1964)/champ (1968-73)
Vlastimil Hort, Czech/German chess player
Maggie Bell, Glasgow Scotland, rocker
Cynthia Robinson, rock trumpeteer (Sly & Family Stone-Everyday People)
George Duke, San Rafael Ca, rocker
Tom Dempsey, NFL record-holder (longest field goal, 63 yards)
Anthony Andrews, London England, actor (Under the Volcano)

Jack Watling, London, actor (Nanny, Adventure for 2, Naked Heart)
Philip Rawson, artist/teacher
Gwen Verdon, LA, actress/singer/dancer (Cotton Club, Sweet Charity)
Rosemary Murphy, Munich Germany, actress (Margaret-Lucas Tanner)
Carolyn Heilbrun, [Amanda Cross], author (Lady Ottoline's Album)
Pamela M Cunnington, English architect/author (Change of Use)
David Sheiner, NYC, actor (Paul-Mr Novak, Norman-Diana)
Gregory Walcott, Wilson NC, actor (87th Precinct)
Joseph Anthony Pass, guitarist
Wim Bary, Dutch actor/theater director (Nice Boys)
Frances Sternhagen, Wash DC, actress (Outland, Starting Over)

Vincenzo Davico, composer
Hal Roach, early film director/producer (1 Million BC)
Martin Niem”ller, clergyman (German Protestant); imprisoned by Hitler
George Richard Samways, children's writer
John dos Passos, novelist (1919, Big Money, 42nd Parallel)
Helen Flint, Chicago, actress (Sea Devils, Married Before Breakfast)
Fritz Bayerlein, German lt-general (WW I, Poland, Libya, St-Lo)
Bebe Daniels, Scotland, actress (42nd Street, Lonesome Luke)
Carlos P Romulo, Philippine general/diplomat/jurist
Alfred Tarski, Warsaw, mathematician/logician
F C Terborgh, [Reijnier Flaes], Dutch writer (De Turkenoorlog)
Veronica Turleigh, County Donegal Ireland, actress (Promoter)
Cecil Beaton, England, royal family photographer

Enrico Mentana, Milan Italy, Italian newscaster (RAI)
Paul Parker, cricketer (one Test England v Australia 1981)
Vera Sosulya, USSR, toboggan (Olympic-gold-1980)
Mario Van Peebles, Mexico, actor (Posse, South Bronx Heroes)
Julian Sands, actor (One Night Stand)
Pete Trewavas, Middlesbrough, bassist, (Marillion-Clutching at Straws)
Tim Curtis, cricketer (England righty batsman in 5 Tests 1988-89)
Iris DeMent, Paragould Ar, country singer (Our Town)
Erling Kagge, Norway, explorer (South Pole)
Lijuan Geng, Hebei China, Canadian tennis player (Olympics-96)
Richard Nasheim, hockey forward (Team Austria 1998)
Yaro Dachniwsky, Chic Ill, team handball goalie (Olympics-1996)
Cees van der de Linden, soccer player
Paula Schnurr, Kirkland Lake Ontario, 1.5k (Olympics-8-92, 96)


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