Daily horoscope - 20th January 2019

The sun will enter Aquarius today, so Aquarians will be celebrating their birthdays in the coming weeks.
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Sunday, January 20th, 2019:

The sun will enter Aquarius today, so Aquarians will be celebrating their birthdays in the coming weeks. Congratulations to you in advance! The moon entered Cancer yesterday, an affiliated sign. That means this is a good time to celebrate not only the first Aquarians with birthdays, but all of their family members as well.

Daily aspects

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Moon (Cancer) Trine Neptune (Pisces)

12:15 am

The trine between the Moon and Neptune let you pleasantly be surprised. You feel imagination and have a good intuition – your mind is open toward arts and various artistic fields.

Sun → Aquarius

5:57 am

All info about zodiac sign Aquarius

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Moon (Cancer) Opposition Pluto (Capricorn)

10:52 am

The opposition may cause discomfort and self-indulgence and lacks of restraint – susceptibility to diseases is given.

Moon Opposition Mercury | Photo: (c) Adi Ciurea - fotolia.com

Moon (Cancer) Opposition Mercury (Capricorn)

3:54 pm

Spiritual gifts are given for today, but serious decisions should be carefully considered. Thoughts are changeable – deviated from the truth. Difficulties may raise the impression of variability and act with precipitation.

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Moon (Cancer) Square Uranus (Aries)

10:52 pm

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.

Birthday on January 20th 2019

Buzz Aldrin (*1930), David Lynch (*1946), Federico Fellini (1920-1993), Patricia Neal (1926-2010), Gary Barlow (*1971), Omar Sy (*1978), Evan Peters (*1987), Bill Maher (*1956)