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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If you want to be happy, be.

Leo Tolstoy
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Daily aspects

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Moon (Libra) Sextile Mercury (Sagittarius)

Sound judgement, 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)

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)

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)

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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