Daily horoscope - 11th September 2016

Today, new things could happen for Sagittarius, and Capricorn is willing to take risks.
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Live as if you were to die tomorrow. Learn as if you were to live forever.

Mahatma Gandhi
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Sunday, September 11th 2016:

Venus has some difficulties to fulfil its general expectation: distress and affliction might cause some disappointment. Pluto shows its predominant effect.

Daily aspects

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Venus (Libra) Square Pluto (Capricorn)

The square between Venus and Pluto could cause exaggerated eroticism and rather a loss of moral - you must treat voluptuous longings.

Period: approximately 2 days.

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Moon (Capricorn) Sextile Neptune (Pisces)

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)

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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Moon (Capricorn) Square Venus (Libra)

For today emotional moments and risky actions are predominating. Inhibitions and tension might appear concerning love matters. Some family problems could occur.

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Sun (Virgo) Trine Moon (Capricorn)

This lucky constellation spells fortune in general – harmonious togetherness regarding parental care and relationship.

Birthday on September 11th 2016:

Moby (* 1965), Arvo Pärt (* 1935), Ariana Clarice Richards (*1979), Carl Zeiß (1816 - 1888), Theodor W. Adorno ( 1903 -  1969), Franz Beckenbauer (*1945)

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