Daily horoscope - 27th January 2019

The moon in Scorpio make us fearless, or give us a tendency towards egotism and making flippant statements.
daily horoscope January 27th 2019 | Photo: © kichigin19 - stock.adobe.com

 

Sunday, January 27th, 2019:

The moon will enter the sign Scorpio at 8:30 AM, where it will remain for about the next two and a half days. In addition to the stronger sensuality it typically sends and the combative feelings it might awaken in us, it might also bring self-esteem or even hubris. It might also make us fearless, or give us a tendency towards egotism and making flippant statements.

Daily aspects

Timezone: America/Argentina/Buenos_Aires, UTC-03:00

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Moon (Libra) Opposition Uranus (Aries)

02:26

Eccentric behaviour towards sexual desires often combined with misguided emotions, are the reason for erratic behaviour. 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 → Scorpio

04:34

When the moon enters into the sign of Scorpio quite a lot of energy comes ahead… Passion and sensuality – but impetus and vindictiveness are equally appearing. You want to gain new insights and experiences and cope easily with serious and significant changes during such period.

Moon squares Mercury | photo: (c) snedorez - fotolia.com

Moon (Scorpio) Square Mercury (Aquarius)

15:02

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

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half moon (Scorpio)

18:10

This constellation spells difficulties with regard to career, family life and dealings towards the opposite sex.

Birthday on January 27th 2019:

Eva Padberg (*1980), Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart 1756-1791), Lewis Caroll (1832-1898), Bridget Fonda (*1964), Mimi Rogers (*1956), Mark Owen (*1972), James Cromwell (*1940)