Daily horoscope - 8th October 2016

Today Taurus finances won’t do so well, Gemini are very romantic.
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George Carlin
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Daily aspects

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Moon (Capricorn) Square Jupiter (Libra)

03:55

The square between Moon and Jupiter could cause some trouble towards law authorities. It could give a tendency to extravagance. Regarding love matters conflicts and disadvantages could be shown. This could lead to separation and estrangement. The bile and liver could show unusual weakness.

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Moon (Capricorn) Conjunction Mars (Capricorn)

06:17

This conjunction makes you short-tempered, irritable and ostentatious. Inner tension causes unrest – disagreement brings some trouble and your healthiness could be weak.

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Moon (Capricorn) Sextile Neptune (Pisces)

10:45

The sextile supports facing challenges and creates personal development on a higher educational level. Today artistic force offers fancy and creativity – on the other hand tickle your fancy. Your thinking is guided by an extraordinary combination of intuition and determination. This aspect reasons dreaminess and fancy as well.

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Moon (Capricorn) Conjunction Pluto (Capricorn)

20:56

This constellation could cause depression, hedonism and intemperance. However, outbursts of temper and acts committed under the influence of emotion may lead to conflicts and crisis.

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half moon (Capricorn)

23:32

This constellation spells difficulties with regard to career, family life and dealings towards the opposite sex.

Birthday on October 8th 2016:

Paul Hogan ( *8.10.1939), Bruno Mars (*8.10.1985), Claude Jade (1948 - 2006), Kristanna Loken (*1979), Jakob Arjouni (*1964), Ursula von der Leyen (*1958), Frank Herbert (*1920 – 1986)

 

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