Daily horoscope - 4th December 2018

Saint Barbara's day. The moon will be enjoying three positive connections today.

Video: December 4th - Saint Barbara's Day

 

Horoscope

Tuesday, December 4th, 2018:

The moon will be enjoying three positive connections with Saturn, Mars and Neptune, which will spur feelings of responsibility and support organization, strengthening our wills and our courage and promoting empathy and artistic endeavors.

 

Saint Barbara's Day

December 4th is Saint Barbara's Day. It's a rite to cut off branches of a fruit tree and place them into a vase. If the branch flowers precisely at Christmas, it brings luck in the year to come. 

One can also use the branches as an oracle for a decision. If you have two lovers, you write both names on a piece of paper. The piece of papers is then attached respectively on a branch. If one of the branches blooms first then has Saint Barbara made the decision.

Anyone who is already married can also use this as a lottery oracle. And then attach a number on one branch. (Or more numbers on one). Take the numbers of the branches that flowers first for your lottery ticket.

Good luck!

Daily aspects

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Moon (Scorpio) Sextile Saturn (Capricorn)

8:43 am

This sextile gives responsibility and reliability – accompanied by organizational talent. You face your objectives and your mind is inspired by enthusiasm and deliberation.

Moon Trine Mars | Photo: (c) nicoletaionescu - fotolia.com

Moon (Scorpio) Trine Mars (Pisces)

3:30 pm

The trine gives willpower, courage, convinced actions, activity, clarity, open-mindedness, adventurous spirit and voraciousness.

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Moon (Scorpio) Trine Neptune (Pisces)

6:48 pm

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.

Birthday on December 4th, 2018

Jay Z (*1969), Jeff Bridges (*1949), Marisa Tomei (*1964), Feridun Zaimoglu (*1964), Tyra Banks (*1973), Rainer Maria Rilke (1875 -1926), Marteria (* 1982)