Friday, January 18th, 2019:
The trine conjunction between Venus and Mars is certain to lead to a sensuous and highly passionate period. You will also be more interested in art during this time, and you might discover or re-discover a talent for acting. The conjunction between Mercury and Pluto that occurs today could, however, cause us to fool ourselves if we’re not careful. Watch out for people who promise you the world, but can’t deliver. This is a time for caution.
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The opposition could cause some trouble towards law authorities. It reveals the tendency to extravagance. Regarding love matters conflicts and disadvantages could be shown. This could lead to separation and estrangement. The bile and liver could show unusual weakness.
From this point of view: you are sensual and passionate and lascivious, you have luscious colours on your mind. This constellation proclaims the love toward arts, dance, music and any addition of this kind. With consideration of the opposite sex you are longing for togetherness – not just sexual desire. Finances are not your topic at the moment. Children enjoy your company – you show social engagement. You would like to enjoy pleasures of all kinds.
This aspect could easily cause the twist of truth. Moreover advantage is benefited when wrong promises would have been made - and finally it would be seen that could have represented no solutions.
Eccentric behaviour towards desires could be combined with misguided emotions might reason erratic behaviour. Opponent behaviour, resentment and displeasure toward public life and rules express the lack of rapport. It does not make a difference whether you are male or female - it could arise some trouble among each other. Without calmness your unrestful mind is giving in hasty and inadequate affairs. Impulsiveness could trigger an emotional emergency or even real danger.
Birthday on January 18th 2019:
Oliver Hardy (1892-1957), Kevin Costner (*1955), Montesquieu (1689-1755), Cary Grant (1904-1986), John Hume (*1937), Phillip Boa (*1963), Gilles Deleuze (1925-1995), Danny Kaye (1911-1987), Jason Segel (*1980)