Your inner child runs with scissors. Externally you appear very youthful, naïve, even innocent. You take pleasure in simple words and simple beauties, and have abundant amounts of energy to explore both. So what's the catch? A dark cloud of malcontent and sense of entitlement. This is where the stomping, whining, belligerent child rears a very ugly face, spewing harshly and using all the sensitive information and righteous indignation that the visionary nature of a birth number 9 provides. As much as the rant might sometimes be deserved, the delivery hits home, and hits very hard.
Your relationships run the complete spectrum. One minute you're in heated discussion, the next you're giving the cold shoulder. In other situations the Arian is peaceful then confrontational, cold-hearted then obsessed (often moving from zero to sixty in ten minutes or less). And don't even think about an open relationship — this kid does not share!
Business is likely to be similarly bumpy for our Aries, in that the child wants to play rather than work. Consequently you'll gravitate toward jobs where you can tinker (computer repair, toy design) or where work feels like recreation (golf caddy, exotic dancer, entertainment, etc.). In these settings you can actually fare relatively well.
Gift idea: toys, of course! In particular, light-up yo-yos, Legos, and toy train sets.
On the Christian calendar, March 25 is Lady Day, also known as Feast of the Annunciation. It is also the first of four Irish Quarter Days. According to tradition, this is when Gabriel told Mary she would bear a son. This holiday falls close to the vernal equinox for good reason. It ties into the earlier pagan beliefs that this was the time when God and Goddess enacted the sacred marriage that continues life's circle.