See what’s in the stars for you and your favorite TV stars, like Hawaii Five-0’s Grace Park.
By Virginia Bell
HAPPY BIRTHDAY, GRACE!
Hawaii Five-0 star Grace Park's sun is in sensitive and receptive Pisces, the sign of the dreamer, the musician and the poet. Genuinely caring and compassionate, she radiates a gentle demeanor and a friendly personality. Her moon in colorful and fiery Sagittarius adds a fierce determination, sharp intellect and a far-reaching imagination. This combination makes her an artist and a scientist, a mystic and a philosopher, a lovely amalgam of humility and nobility.
PISCES (Feb. 19–March 20) • Grace Park, Hawaii Five-0 | March 14
Pisces is a generous and thoughtful sign, but 2017 is about taking care of yourself, healing old issues and creating healthy boundaries. The Pisces new moon eclipse on Feb. 26 is your power time; habits you create and decisions you make will last a long time. Circle March 2; you could discover the Sheldon to your Amy (The Big Bang Theory).
ARIES (March 21–April 19) • Jennifer Esposito, NCIS| April 12
TAURUS (April 20–May 20) • Kevin James, Kevin Can Wait | April 26
Be prepared for a heart-to-heart conversation on Feb. 8 regarding children or changes in your home. Perhaps as with Adam in Man with a Plan, it will involve a totally new role. Don't get rattled; positive aspects the following week will allow you to adjust and move forward. Motivator Mars enters Taurus on March 9, giving you energy, passion and pizazz.
GEMINI (May 21–June 21) • Beth Hall, Mom | June 5
CANCER (June 22–July 21) • Michael Weatherly, Bull | July 8
Ch-ch-ch-ch-changes! Three planets in impulsive Aries thrust you out of your comfort zone in early February. It may feel sudden but it's been brewing. Something brand-new and even better is coming. You have superb intuition—trust it. As Agent Pride told Brody in NCIS: New Orleans, "Listen to that voice inside you." By March 9, you'll have it worked out.
LEO (July 23–Aug. 22) • Lucas Till, MacGyver | Aug. 10
VIRGO (Aug. 23–Sept. 22) • Barrett Foa, NCIS: Los Angeles | Sept. 18
An event you were looking forward to on Feb. 8 may turn out disappointing. Stay positive and focus on what's working. As Elizabeth (Madam Secretary) said last season, "These are champagne problems." Romance heats up thanks to the new moon eclipse in your love zone on Feb. 26. Already involved? A relationship could go to an exciting new level.
LIBRA (Sept. 23–Oct. 23) • Scott Bakula, NCIS: New Orleans | Oct. 9
SCORPIO (Oct. 24–Nov. 21) • Calista Flockhart, Supergirl | Nov. 11
There's an excellent chance you could meet a feisty Aries at work or at an industry event during the Feb. 10 full moon. Taken? Valentine's Day could bring a major milestone. Scorpios love secrets and if you have anything to hide, perhaps as with Sadie Ellis (Doubt), it could be exposed on March 30, when Jupiter and Pluto square off.
SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22–Dec. 21) • Gina Tognoni, The Young and the Restless | Nov. 28
Thanks to Saturn in your sign, you've been working hard and making progress. But Sagittarius craves excitement, and in early March, Jupiter and Uranus team up to give you a chance at an exhilarating adventure. Don't let friends discourage you, unless it resembles an episode of Training Day or Scorpion. The one that got away? He or she could appear March 18.
CAPRICORN (Dec. 22–Jan. 19) • Jessica Chaffin, Man with a Plan | Jan. 5
Capricorns are not necessarily sentimental, but you may be inspired to do something special for a certain someone on Valentine's Day. A close friend or family member may offer an apology mid-March. It's time to let go of an old grudge and forgive them. As Dr. Jason Bull (Bull) said, "Don't give up on people; they're all we got."
AQUARIUS (Jan. 20–Feb. 18) • Tom Selleck, Blue Bloods | Jan. 29
Four planets go into battle on Feb. 8, and you could find yourself in the middle. Back off. As Cat (Supergirl) said last season, "Act like a superhero even if you're not." With a posse of planets in your communication zone during March, your verbal skills are off the charts; you could receive an offer to teach, lecture or publish.
Originally published in Watch! Magazine, February 2017