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March 8ᵗʰ, 17ᵗʰ, 26ᵗʰ


Persons born on March 8ᵗʰ, 17ᵗʰ, 26ᵗʰ.

Number 8 people in this month.

If you were born on any of the above dates, following the rules of Astrology and my system of Chaldean Numerology, you come under the vibrations of Saturn and Jupiter, in the Zodiacal Sign of Pisces, House of Jupiter, (Negative), Third House of the Triplicity of Water.                                                                          

The foundation of your character and disposition is that described for persons born in March, but the influence of Saturn in this part of the year will rather tend to increase the more serious side of your nature.   

The natural tendencies of the planetary combinations governing a birth on March 8ᵗʰ, 17ᵗʰ or 26ᵗʰ would be to make the life very hard and difficult through the early years, but from about the 33ʳᵈ or 35ᵗʰ year, there would be every likelihood of considerable improvement.                                                              

Persons born on these dates often find themselves very much misunderstood and are likely to meet with much slander, calumny and discredit in the run of their lives.


Such things are likely to be caused either from lack of money to enable you to carry out your plans and ambitions, from ties of relationship or association with others.                                   

If you were born on one of the above dates you should brace yourself to meet many secret sorrows and disappointments which will be continually cropping up, but by the development of strength of will, determination and never letting go of your ambition, you run the chances in the end of surmounting all difficulties.


You may expect to have heavy responsibilities placed on your shoulders, and will have difficulty in holding situations or positions, not because of lack of ability on your part, but on account of circumstances likely to crop up to rob you of merit and reward.                                                                                              

If you should marry early, you are likely to bring on yourself restricting conditions either caused by home ties or very probably due to sickness or illness of the partner.                   

Marriage it not likely to be a very happy experience unless you accept it from a philosophical standpoints The chances are that you will play a marked role in whatever your career may be.             

You will have the splendid quality of making the best of everything, and will not allow the world at large to share in your trials and sorrows.


Persons born on any one of these dates have an unusually strong sense of duty, also a deep love of home and family. They have high ideals, especially for the masses, and are often found associated with large plans for the uplift of humanity. "General" Bramwell Booth of the Salvation Army, born on March 8ᵗʰ, is a good example of this combination.      

Those born under the indications governing the 8ᵗʰ, 17ᵗʰ and 26ᵗʰ of March, no matter what their career may be, have an atmosphere of dignity and reserve as a sort of cloak to cover their own inner emotions. Such persons generally rise in life to high positions of respect and responsibility and often gain honours and reputation.




As a rule persons born in the above combinations, rarely if ever regard wealth from a personal standpoint. They desire money for whatever the cause is they have at heart—and they generally gain it.             

If you were born on the 8ᵗʰ, 17ᵗʰ or 26ᵗʰ of March you should avoid rashness in your own personal expenditures and avoid speculative risks. Although having good intuition about what other people should do, you will not be able to give yourself the same good advice and are liable to be influenced by designing persons planning for their own advantage more than yours.                                                                                                          

You will be likely to meet with sudden reverses of fortune at all times in your life and should endeavour to keep a “nest egg” in reserve for the eventualities that may happen.         



Mental conditions will largely influence you in all matters of health. Any worry or anxiety will easily break down your resistance to disease, and cause you to have spells of melancholy and depression.

You will be prone to falling a victim to long protracted colds, chills and weak circulation of the blood, especially if born on the 7ᵗʰ or 16ᵗʰ of March.


You should live in dry climates and have as much outdoor life, travel and change as possible, or you will be liable to suffer with arthritis and rheumatism, especially in the region of the feet, ankles and knees.


Your most important numbers are "fours,” “eights” and “three”, and all their series, such as the 3ʳᵈ, 4ᵗʰ, 8ᵗʰ, 12ᵗʰ, 13ᵗʰ, 17ᵗʰ, 21ˢᵗ, 22ⁿᵈ, 26ᵗʰ, 30ᵗʰ and 31ˢᵗ. At least these numbers and dates will be continually coming into your life and generally associated with serious consequences.


The number I would advise you to use, for your own personal advantage, is the “three” and all its series, and such dates as the 3ʳᵈ, 12ᵗʰ, 21ˢᵗ and 30ᵗʰ.


You will very likely find yourself having a decided leaning toward wearing dark colours, but if you do I would strongly advise you to always have some touch of violet, mauve or violet-purple in your wearing apparel.


Your fortunate jewels are black pearls and black diamonds, but I would advise you to use the amethyst or sapphire with the other combinations.


Important or climacteric years in your life are the 4ᵗʰ, 8ᵗʰ, 13ᵗʰ, 17ᵗʰ, 22ⁿᵈ, 26ᵗʰ, 31ˢᵗ, 35ᵗʰ, 40ᵗʰ, 44ᵗʰ, 49ᵗʰ, 53ʳᵈ, 58ᵗʰ, 67ᵗʰ, 71ˢᵗ, 76ᵗʰ and 80ᵗʰ.


You will find a strong magnetic attraction to persons born on dates making a “four,” “eight” or “three” in any month of the year, such as the 4ᵗʰ, 13ᵗʰ, 22ⁿᵈ, 31ˢᵗ, 8ᵗʰ, 17ᵗʰ, 26ᵗʰ, and the 3ʳᵈ, 12ᵗʰ, 21ˢᵗ and 30ᵗʰ.


0n one of my visits to Russia in February, 1904, His Excellency Alexander Ixvolaky, Minister of Foreign Affairs, called on me at my hotel in St. Petersburg. He explained he had read my books and was deeply interested in such studies and would like me to draw up his horoscope. When it was finished I presented it to him at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, an imposing building overlooking the Winter Palace. I did so with much trepidation, as it was one of the most ominous charts for future events I had ever made.

The Minister, however, laughed heartily over my predictions. “You may be correct 'Cheiro’ in your description of my character and disposition, but your sinister forebodings at to the future are absolutely absurd. You do not know Russia, or you would not indicate that such a nation would lose the present War that has just broken out with Japan, or that I would be robbed of all my wealth and die a poor man in some foreign land. The evil period which you foresee commencing for Russia in 1914 is all nonsense, and as for the break up of this nation in 1917-18, your words are like the ravings of a lunatic. Russia can never break up, she can only go on advancing year after year.”

In spite of his ridicule, we became good friends and on one of my later visits to St. Petersburg, he drove me out to the Summer Palace at Peterhoff and had me dine with the Czar and Czarina as I have related fully in my Memoirs. My gloomy predictions in the end proved too true. Ixvolaky was Russian Ambassador to France all through the Great War. In the Bolshevik Revolution, he lost everything and died, in what was almost an attic in Paris, on August 16ᵗʰ, 1919.

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