Edgar Cayce, born March 18, 1877, Sun Pisces, Moon Taurus, Ascendant Leo, American psychic (died January 3, 1945). “Dreams are today’s answers to tomorrow’s questions.” “Don’t worry so much where you live but how you live. Make the family of man your family as well.”
Manly Palmer Hall (12.11.11) Sun Pisces, Moon and Ascendant in Aquarius (March 18, 1901 – August 29, 1990) Canadian-born author and mystic, famous for his 1928 work The Secret Teachings of All Ages.
David Deida (12.12) born March 18, 1958, American author who writes about the sexual and spiritual relationship between men and women. His ten books have been published in 25 languages. He conducts spiritual growth and intimacy workshops and is one of the many founding associates at the Integral Institute. He is the author of numerous essays, articles, and books on human spirituality including The Way of the Superior Man, Finding God Through Sex, and Blue Truth and the autobiographical novel Wild Nights.
Luc Besson, born 18 March 1959, Sun in Pisces, Moon in Cancer, Ascendant in Leo, French director and writer (Paris, March 18, 1959) Subway, The Fifth Element, Angel-A.
– Look into the mirror. What do you see?
– I see… an exceptional girl.
– Thank you. Next to her, what do you see?
– … I don’t know.
– You’re progressing.
– You think so?
– Of course, before you saw only s**t. Now, at least, you see nothing. You’ve cleaned up well. Now, you need to fill up the empty shell. You can’t leave it empty. Look hard, in front of you. Anything catch your eye in this handsome face?
– Not much.
– Look into your eyes. What do you see?
– … Kindness
– Yes, lots of it. What else?
– … They’re not bad-looking.
– Beauty, exactly. They’re beautiful. What else?
– … Maybe… A little gentleness?
– Yes lots. And love?
– Sure, lot of love. Too much, perhaps.
– If there’s too much, it has to come out. Say you love me.
– You don’t love me?
– Yes, a lot… I mean… I feel a sort of affection, but it may be friendship…
– Do you love me or don’t you?
– From the very first day. The very first second.
– So say it.
– It’s hard to say.
– Do you know why? Because no one ever said it to you. Am I right? It’s hard to love yourself when no one reflects that… I love you André… See, you have received love. Now, you can give some in turn. Go on.
– I love you Angel-A, or whatever your name is.
– You are right. say it again without my name.
– I love you.
– That’s good. Now, look yourself in the eye, and say it.
– … I can’t
– Of course, you can. Look at your body, battered by the lack of love and trust. Don’t you see it deserves a little care? Don’t reject your wounded body. It has suffered in silence all this time. Tell your body how important it is, that it has its place. Give it what it deserves. – … … I love you André, I love you.
(from the movie “Angel-A” by Luc Besson, born 18 March 1959, Sun in Pisces, Moon in Cancer, Ascendant in Leo, French director and writer) See scene at: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HRrFvapV4ms
Giuseppe Ottavio Pitoni (12.1) Italian composer (Rieti, Italy, March 18, 1657 – February 1, 1743)
Gian Francesco Malipiero (12.12.4) Italian composer (Venice, Italy, March 18, 1882 – 1 August 1973)
Jan Valentin Sæther (born 18 March 1944) Norwegian figurative painter and gnostic priest of Ecclesia Gnostica.
Robin Sharma (12.7) born 18 March 1965, Canadian writer and leadership speaker, best known for his The Monk Who Sold His Ferrari series.
Stéphane Mallarmé (12.3) French poet (Paris, March 18, 1842 – 9 September 1898) “Dreams have as much influence as actions”.
John Updike (12.5.5) Sun Pisces, Moon Leo, Ascendant Leo, American author (March 18, 1932 – January 27, 2009), The Witches of Eastwick
Irene Cara (12.4.3) American singer and actress (New York, March 18, 1959)
ACIM: 77. I am entitled to miracles.
Saints: Saint Cyril of Jerusalem, bishop and doctor – Optional Memorial
Gospel of Thomas: (69) Jesus said, “Blessed are they who have been persecuted within themselves. It is they who have truly come to know the father. Blessed are the hungry, for the belly of him who desires will be filled.”
Concise Epitome: 8.8 “And about time to!” they trolled. “That’s what we have been anticipating for ages!”. (“Ora era! Questo ciò che da tempo aspettavamo costituisce” Intonarono più volte in coro tra i plausi del pubblico presente)