Friends, Health, Colors, Stones

Pisces find their most lasting friendships with people born in June 21 and July 20, and August 21 to September 20-27, also October 21 to November 20-27.

As regards health, Pisces are mostly inclined to suffer from nerves, insomnia, despondency, and poor circulation, anaemia. They often have intestinal trouble.

The colors most suitable for Pisces are all shades of mauve, violet, and purple.

The birth stones for Pisces are agates, sapphires, amethysts, and emeralds.
corresponding tarot card
The emperor element : water planet: Neptune

Current Pisces horoscope

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

This week is highlighted by a nonstop flow of communication between yourself and the people in your immediate environment. You may engage in interesting and informative discussions or fritter your time away in inconsequential chatter and gossip. Mental curiosity or restlessness may also impel you to take a short trip or visit. Alos you are feeling sober and realistic about love at this time, and are interested in being with people you respect and can depend upon - your oldest, true-blue friends. Also, reaching out to an older relative or another mature, experienced person can mean a lot to you and be mutually beneficial now.

Lucky numbers for this week are: 6, 20, 24, 36, 44,

Character of person born in March

Fluid, emotional, intangible, vacillating, malleable, imaginative

Pisces possess a curiously natural understanding, which they do not obtain from books or study. They easily acquire, or rather absorb, knowledge, especially of the history of countries, travel, research, and like subject. Although by nature generous, yet Pisces are usually over-anxious about money matters, and inclined to worry about what their future position in life may be. Pisces are also more mentally ambitious than otherwise. Pisces know their subject well in their mind, hut they will hesitate and undervalue their own individuality. Many artists, musicians and literary peopie are born under the Pisces sign, but they must receive great encouragement ever to make the best of themselves.

Celebrities: Some Famous Piscean

Friedrich Grutzmacher, composer
Matthias J Scheeben, German theologist (Natur und Gnade)
Ion Creanga, Romanian fairy tale author (Amintiti the Copilarie)
William Dean Howells, US, novelist/critic/editor (Atlantic)
Gabriele dell' Addolorata, [Francesco Possenti], Italian priest
Blanche Kelso Bruce, Virginia, (Sen-Miss, 1875-1881)
Romualdo Marenco, composer
Augustus Saint-Gaudens, US, sculptor/designer (1907 $20 gold piece)
Theophile Delcass‚, French statesman
Georg Simmel, German philosopher/sociologist
Suzanna Salter, 1st US female mayor/temperance leader
Rebecca Lee, 1st black woman to get a medical degree
Gerard Vissering, Dutch banker/president (Bank of Java)
Jean de Merode, [Marie-Louise B Courtenay], Princess of Neth
Gabriel Edouard Xavier Dupont, composer
Julian Myrick, promoter of junior tennis
Lytton Strachey, biographer/critic (Benson Medal 1923)
Ida Moore, Altoona Ks, actress (Mr Music, Ma & Pa Kettle at Waikiki)
Thomas Shelvin, college footballer great (Yale)
Lionel Atwill, English/US actor (Mystery of the Wax Museum)
Oskar Kokoschka, Russia/Austrian/British, painter (Erasmus Prize 1960)
Jan Duiker, Dutch architect (Zonnestral)
Ryunosuke Akutagawa, Japan, writer (Rashomon in Kappa)
Theo Frenkel, actor (Footlights, Hague's Comedy)
G B "Duke" Keats, hockey hall of famer (elected 1958)

Mitchel Laurance, actor (LA Law, Not Necessarily the News)
Cassie Yates, Macon Ga, actress (Osterman Weekend, Dynasty)
Laraine Newman, LA Calif, comedienne/actress (Saturday Night Live)
William Simmons, sax/keyboardist (Midnight Star-No Parking)
Stone Phumelele Sizani, South African treasurer (UDF)
Dale Bosworth, TV host (America's Most Wanted)
Dale Bozzio, Boston, vocalist (Missing Persons-Destination Unknown)
Jay Osmond, Ogden Utah, singer (Osmond Brothers, Donnie & Marie)
Shoko Asahara, [Chizuo Matsumoto], Japanese sect leader
Steve Small, cricketer (stalwart NSW opening batsman)
John Cowsill, Newport RI, rock drummer (Cowsills-We Can Fly)
Mark Evans, Melbourne Australia, rock bassist (AC/DC)
Kevin Curren, South Africa, tennis star
Andrew Farriss, Australia, rock keyboardist (Inxs-Kiss the Dirt)
Larry Stewart, Paducah KY, country singer (Restless Heart-Wheels)
Laura Hurlbut, LPGA golfer Al Del Greco, NFL kicker (Houston/Tennessee Oilers)
Jon Bon Jovi, Sayreville NJ, rocker (Bon Jovi-Give Love a Bad Name)
Philip Jonas, Johannesburg SA, Canadian Tour golfer (1993 Payless-2nd)
Terry Steinbach, New Ulm MN, catcher (Oakland A's)
Suzette Charles, NJ, replaced Vanessa Williams as Miss America (1983)
Ron Gant, Victoria TX, outfielder (St Louis Cardinals)
Judith Wiesner, Hallein Austria, tennis star (1994 Schenectady)
Stevie Rachelle, rock vocalist (Tuff-What Comes Around Goes Around)
Allan Boyko, CFL slot back (Winnipeg Blue Bombers)
Bruce Boyko, CFL fullback (Winnipeg Blue Bombers)

Dave Amato, rocker (REO Speedwagon-Can't Fight this Feeling)
Christopher Hughes, drummer
Keith Carlton Fergus, Temple TX, PGA golfer (1995 Honda Classic-8th)
Merrick, [Chris Hughes] rock drummer (Adam & The Ants)
Jim Barton, Lincoln Neb, soling yachter (Olympics-bronze-1996)
John F Reid, cricketer (New Zealand batsman of 70's/80's)
Miguel Bos‚, Panama, spanish actor (Lo Mejor del A¤o)
Bob Bradley, Montclair NJ, soccer coach (Olympics-gold-96)
Miranda Richardson, Southport England, actress (Damage, Crying Game)
Romeo Zondervan, Dutch soccer player (NAC)
Mary Page Keller, actress (Duet, Scared Stiff, Baby Talk)
Herschel Walker, WFL/NFL running back (NJ Generals, Dallas Cowboys)
Jackie Joyner-Kersee, E St Louis IL, heptathele (Olympic-gold-88, 92)
Elizabeth Chavez, Santa Monica Ca, WPVA volleyballer (US Open-13th-91)
Jacqueline Sheen, Dallas Texas, playmate (July, 1990)
Kelly Miller, Detroit, NHL left wing (Washington Capitals)
Arturo Huerta, Mexico, Canadian walker (Olympics-96)
Atif Rauf, cricketer (Pakistani Test batsman v New Zealand 1994)
Laura Martinez-Herring, Sinaloa Mexico, Miss USA (1985)/(Gen Hospital)

Alexandra Harbold, NYC, sprint kayak (Olympics-96)
Dana Brown, Memphis Tenn, Miss Tenn-America (1991-3rd)
Stacy Edwards, Glasgow, Montana, actress (Santa Barbara)
Kevin Johnson, NBA guard (Phoenix Suns)
Mike Small, Aurora Illinois, Canadian Tour golfer (1993 Emerald Coast)
Patrick Hannan, English pop drummer (Sundays-Can't Be Sure)
Daryll Cullinan, South African cricketer (batsman Warne's bunny)
Juli Furtado, NYC, mountain cyclist (world champ-1991, 92)
Brian Hunter, Torrance CA, infielder (Seat Mariners, Houston Astros)
Dinky van Rensburg, South Africa, tennis star
Dionna Harris, Wilmington Del, softball outfielder (Olympics-gold-96)
Evan Dando, rocker (Lemonheads)
Patsy Kensit, London, actress (Lethal Weapon 2, Hanover St)
Castity Bono, LA Calif, actress (Sonny & Cher Show)
Jeff Tinsley, Shelbyville KY, outfielder (Boston Red Sox)
Karrie Poppinga, Manhattan Beach Ca, volleyballer (Pismo Beach-4-95)
Kenneth Benson, CFL linebacker (Toronto Argonauts)
Dave Stevens, Fullerton CA, pitcher (Minn Twins)
Marja Helena Paluila, ice hockey defenseman (Finland, Oly-98)
Matt Gay, WLAF safety (Rhein Fire)
Tina Paternostro, Williamsport PA, golfer (1995 JAL Big Apple-57th)
Edwin van Holten, soccer player (FC Volendam)
Chris Borg, Lexington SC, canoe (alt-Olympics-96)
Jennie Garth, actress (Beverly Hills 90210)
Martin St Pierre, Ripon Quebec, 20k walker (Olympics-96)
Robert Smith, NFL running back (Minnesota Vikings)
Sherida Pawiroredjo, Suriname Miss Indra Maju (1993)

Rocky Bleier, Wisc, NFL running back (Pittsburgh Steelers)
Eddie Hodges, Miss, actor/singer (High Hopes, Adv of Huckleberry Finn)
Eddy Grant, Guyana, reggae performer (Electric Avenue)
Eugene Fodor, Turkey Creek CO, violinist (1974 Tchaikovsky Award)
Harvey Jacob Alperin, Minneapolis MN, actor (Cocktail)
Rodney Hogg, cricketer (prolific Australian wicket-taker 1978-84)
Alan Clark, keyboardist (Dire Straits-Sultans of Swing)
Russel D Feingold, (Sen-D Wisconsin)
Valery Grigoriyevich Korzun, Russian colonel/cosmonaut (TM-24)
Marsha Warfield, comedian/actress (Roz-Night Court)
Penn Jillette, Mass, magician (Penn & Teller-Penn & Teller are Dead)
Mark Handley, writer (Nell)
Mark E Smith, English rock vocalist (Fall-Fall in a Hole)
Tim Holden, (Rep-D-Pennsylvania)
Andy Gibb, Manchester England, singer/TV host (Solid Gold)
Bill Timoney, TV commercial actor (Addicted to Love)

Ho Dam, North Korean secretary of State (1970-83)
Thomas S Foley, (Rep-D-WA, 1965-94)/majority whip/speaker of house
Carmen Delavallade, US dancer/singer/actress (Aida)
David Haddon Whitaker, British publisher (Whitaker's Almanack)
John Smith, LA Calif, actor (Cimarron City, Laramie, 7 Angry Men)
Willie Mays, Hall of Fame baseball centerfielder (Giants, NY Mets)
Dorothy "Dolly" Ann Collins, folk musician/composer
Kim Elgie, cricketer (S African bat v NZ 1961-62, Scotland RU intl)

Sebastiaan C Nederburgh, director-general (East Indies Company)
Joseph N Ni‚pce, French inventor (photography)
Josef Alois Ladurner, composer
Tommaso Marchesi, composer
Alessandro Manzoni, Italy, poet/novelist (Betrothed)
John Herschel, Slough England, William Herschel's son, astronomer
Karl Schwencke, composer
Frantisek L Celakovsky, Czech poet (national anthem, folk song)
Franz Grave von Pocci, German poet/composer (Der Alchemist)
Christian Heinrich Hohmann, composer
Judocus Smits, Dutch Catholic newspaper pioneer/founder (The Time)
Gustav Heinrich Graben-Hoffman, composer
Victor Masse, composer
Henry DeLamar Clayton, Major General (Confederate Army), died in 1889

Pamela McEvoy-Johnston, psychotherapist-board member (WIC)
Raynoma Gordy, [Mayberry], US orchestra leader (Rayber Voices)
Lew DeWitt, Va, country singer (Statler Brothers-Flowers on the Wall)
George William Reed, astronomy writer/cartoonist (Dark Sky Legacy)
Jim Bouton, Newark NJ, pitcher (NY Yankees)/author (Ball Four)
Lydia Skoblikova, USSR, speed skater (Olympics-6 gold-1960, 64)
Mike Lowry, (Rep-D-WA, 1979- )
Robert Tear, Barry Wales, tenor (Welsh Natl Opera 1970)
Yannis Vlachopoulos, composer
19400308::Leslie Isben Rogge, one of FBI's most wanted

Andr‚ Courr‚ges, France, fashion designer (introed the miniskirt)
James Buckley, (Sen-R-NY)
Konstantin Iliev, composer
Celso Garrido Lecca, composer
Gerrit A Kooy, Dutch sociologist (Apartheid & work in South Africa)
Irene Papas, Corinth Greece, actress (Moses The Lawgiver)
Hans Ludwig Schilling, composer
Jack Jensen, baseball player (AL MVP 1958)
John Beckwith, composer
Hugh Desmond Hoyte, president (Guyana, 1985-92)
Marie Cardinal, writer

James Earl Ray, assassin (Martin Luther King Jr)
Raymond Rasberry, pianist/singer
Sandor Iharos, athlete
Anatoliy Roschin, USSR, super heavyweight wrestler (Olympic-gold-1972)
Bernadetta Matuszczak, composer
Judith Jamison, artistic director (Alvin Ailey Dance Theater)
Gary Owens, announcer (Laugh-in)
Juda Bar-Norwegian, Israeli/Dutch mime/actor (King)
Oscar Abrams, community organizer

Eleni Gatzoyiannis, heroine (saved her kids)
Jessie Matthews, London England, actress (Gangway, First a Girl)
Margaret Herbison, British minister (Lab)
Lawrence Welk, Strasburg ND, orch leader (Lawrence Welk Show)
Ljubica Maric, composer
Robert H G Havemann, German chemist
Alan Gifford, Boston MA, actor (Time Lock, Up Periscope)
Fitzroy Maclean, British diplomat soldier politician/historian
Robert Clifford Latham, pepys Scholar
Xavier Montsalvatge, Spanish composer (El gato con botas)
John Jacob Weinzweig, Toronto Canada, composer (Enchanted Hill)

Hjalmar Andersen, Norway, 1500, 5K, 10K speed skater (Oly-gold-1952)
Mstislav Rostropovich
Norbert Brainin, violinist
Walter M Schirra Jr, Hackensack NJ, Capt USN/ast (Mer 8, Gem 6, Ap 7)
Georges Delerue, composer
Harry [Maxwell] Harrison, UK, sci-fi author (Deathworld Trilogy)
Leo Esaki, [Esaki Reona], Japan, physicist (Tunnel effect-Nobel 1973)
Louison Bobet, French cyclist (Tour de France 1953-55)
William G Whitehurst, (Rep-R-Va)
David Oliver Williams, trade unionist (COHSE)

Igor Youskevitch, dancer
Sammy Kaye, saxophonist (Swing & Sway with Sammy Kaye)
William J Casey, headed CIA during Iran-contra scandal (1981-87)
Carl-Olof Anderberg, composer
Tessie O'Shea, entertainer
Corinne Boggs, political administrator
Lindy Boggs, (Rep-D-LA, 1973- )
Ina Ray Hutton, Chicago Ill, orch leader (Ina Ray Hutton Show)
Maria Vlamynck, Flemish author
Tessie O'Shea, England, actress (Entertainers)
Faye Glenn Abdellan, US government official (health services)
George McAfee, NFL halfback (Chicago Bears)

Juan Manen, composer
Winter Haynes Watts, composer
George Creten, Belgian sculptor/painter
Lawrence Collingwood, composer
John P Strijbos, Dutch writer (Wandering through South-Africa)
Olive Netta Parsons, co-founder (Collet's Bookshop)
Josef Schelb, composer
Frans Ganshof, Belgian historian
Molla Mustafa Barzani, Iran, Kurd leader (KDP)
Raymond Aron, French sociologist/political scientist

Kitty Masters, actress
Zarah Leander, Swedish/German singer/actress (Gabriela)
George Brent, Dublin Ireland, actor (42nd St, Jezebel)
Berthold Schenck von Stauffenberg, attempted to assassinate Hitler
Joe E Ross, comedian (Gunther Toody-Car 54, Ritzik-Phil Silvers Show)
Jimmy McPartland, jazz trumpeteer/actor (Magic Horn)
Paul Maxey, Wheaton Ill, actor (Matt-Lassie, Mayor-People's Choice)
An Rutgers van der Loeff-Basenau, children book writer (Skating Race)
Duncan Stuart Wilson-MacDonald, fighter pilot
Lightnin' [Sam] Hopkins, Texas, blues stylist (Ball of Twine)
Louis Paul Boon, Flemish writer (Kapellekensbaan)
Lex Goudsmit, Dutch actor (Fiddler on the Roof)
MacDonald Carey, Sioux City Iowa, actor (One Life to Live, Dream Girl)
David Schoenbrun, CBS broadcast bureau head (Wash, Paris)
Richard Ward, Glenside Pa, actor (Beacon Hill)


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