Daily horoscope - 16th December 2018

he moon will enter Aries today and make us more active over the next 2 and a half days.

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Sunday, December 16th, 2018:

The moon will enter Aries today and make us more active over the next 2 and a half days, which is a positive development. Venus will enter into a good relationship with Saturn, which means things will be going smoothly in your love life; however, a love from a past life could turn up. This lucky meeting might occur, for instance, at 6 PM – at least, that’s what the stars indicate.

Daily aspects

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Moon trine Mercury | Phto: (c) Jacob Lund  - fotolia.com

Moon (Aries) Trine Mercury (Sagittarius)

4:47 am

The trine demands to learn aptitude and wide awakened mind with talents for the arts. Quick-wittedness and reasoning are focussed. You are in the affirmative to welcome improvement and alteration.

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Venus (Scorpio) Sextile Saturn (Capricorn)

10:37 am

Your feelings are sincere. Exactly at that moment we have stamina. We are concentrated and controlled. It is the time to develop a solid foundation.

Moon Trine Jupiter | Photo: © Daniel J. - Fotolia.com

Moon (Aries) Trine Jupiter (Sagittarius)

3:20 pm

It represents a beneficial constellation. It is a fine constellation for social and material success. It is shown a positive attitude towards life and you may enjoy popularity. Generous structures are getting realized. The artistic side reflects optimism and attraction.

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Moon (Aries) Square Saturn (Capricorn)

5:15 pm

Obstacles and restraint could appear – combined with melancholy and unhappiness. Regarding relationship you might be no good choice at the moment…

Birthday on December 16th, 2018

Benny Andersson (*1946), Benjamin Bratt (*1963), Miranda Otto (*1967), Krysten Ritter (*1981), Liv Ullmann (*1839), Jane Austen (1775-1817), Wassily Kandinsky (1866-1944), Arthur C. Clarke (1917-2008), Paul van Dyk (*1971)