Daily horoscope - 3rd February 2019

The potentially surprising love connection you might have made yesterday thanks to Venus and Uranus will be especially strong today.
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Sunday, February 3rd, 2019:

The potentially surprising love connection you might have made yesterday thanks to Venus and Uranus will be especially strong today. If you spend time out and about, you might meet some very interesting people who can enrich your life.

Daily aspects

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Moon (Capricorn) Square Uranus (Aries)

7:59 am

During this phase there might be shown a testy reply and bad-temper is evidently seen. Changeable mood fluctuations could bear problems. Regarding love matters individualism and self-will diffuses reveals pure sensuality or restraint emotion, which could lead to tragic and dramatic development.

Moon → Aquarius

10:05 am

The moon changes into the sign of Aquarius. Persons born in the sign of Aquarius are receptive to joy and leisure activities. Social aspects are the topic for today. Now the time has come to start a successful venture – but Aquarius is interested in common sense as well.

Venus → Capricorn

7:23 pm

When Capricorn enters in the zodiac sign of Capricorn you love is serious and you are not joking at all. Somehow your sense is melancholic – and on the other hand you are eager to learn and to achieve recognition. Here comes a time with passionate interest but without molestation.

Mercury (Aquarius) Sextile Jupiter (Sagittarius)

8:14 pm

The sextile between Mercury and Jupiter brings an optimistic attitude towards life. The sextile between Mercury and Jupiter brings an optimistic attitude towards life. Prevailing talents for language and style are supplemented with flexibility and authentic structures give you all assistance.

Period: approximately 1 day.

Birthday on February 3rd, 2019

Henning Mankell (1948 - 2015), Felix Mendelssohn (1809-1847), Paul Auster (*1947), Morgan Fairchild (*1950), Isla Fisher (* 1976), Warwick Davis (* 1970), Maura Tierney (*1965), Gertrude Stein (1874-1946), Amal Clooney (*1978)