Daily horoscope - 25th November 2016

On Black Friday, a lot could happen in Arieses life where money is concerned and Taurus could be short of cash!
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Leo Tolstoy
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Daily aspects

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Moon (Libra) Sextile Mercury (Sagittarius)

04:28

Sound judgment, learning aptitude, communicative skills, and repartee are caused by the sextile. The result is obvious to see: Independence and rapid perception, which is practically reflected in open-mindedness.

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Venus (Capricorn) Conjunction Pluto (Capricorn)

05:49

Regarding love matters individualism and self-will diffuses reveals pure sensuality or restraint emotion, which could lead to tragic and dramatic development. This phase is showing such an emotional rollercoaster – all could happen to you: deep attachment or maybe superficial but short –lived escapades.

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Venus (Capricorn) Square Jupiter (Libra)

07:44

Hasty approaches must be avoided therefore particular consideration should be given toward love matters. Missing fair agreements your actions could reinforce disaffection and regarding some cases separation or divorce.

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Moon (Libra) Opposition Uranus (Aries)

07:52

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.

Birthday on November 25th 2016:

Christina Applegate (* 1971), Gaspard Ulliel (*1984), Jill Hennessy (*1968), Katie Cassidy (1986), Billy Burke (*1966), John F.Kennedy Jr. (*1960-1999), Adrienne Bolland (*1895), Maarten ’t Hart (*1944)

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