Daily horoscope - 19th October 2016

Today Cancer are more stressed than normal. Taurus body needs special attention and their nerves are on edge too.
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Daily aspects

Moon Trine Jupiter

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.

Moon Square Neptune

This period reveals dreamy tendencies, passivity, illusions and emotional disturbance - Maybe you feel lost in thoughts and amazing imaginations.

Mars Conjunction Pluto

Moon Opposition Saturn

This opposition reflects suspicious, reserve and melancholy. Wir könnten unzufrieden sein, verschlossen, eigensinnig und unaufrichtig. Regarding love affairs there could be made no good choice. Estrangement or even separation of female structures are shown. Solitude standing – tranquillity and abandonment are negative characteristics while this constellation has its effect.

Moon Trine Mercury

The trigon demands learning 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.

Moon Sextile Uranus

The square obliged structures like negated control of authorities. Tendency to extravagance is obvious. Considering love affairs you could expect conflicts and disadvantages. It appears reserved behaviour or even separation towards female structures like mother and spouse. You might show susceptibility towards hepatobiliary.

Birthday on October 19th 2016:

Miguel Ángel Asturias (1899 - 1974), John le Carré (1931), Philip Pullman (1946), Tracy Chevalier (* 1962), Patrick Simmons (*1948), Mehmet Scholl (* 1970)

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