03:59: Moon (Gemini) Sextile Uranus (Aries)
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.
10:42: Moon (Gemini) Opposition Saturn (Sagittarius)
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.
14:26: Moon → Cancer
When the moon enters in the sign of Cancer life reappears in a gentle way… Longing for nature, tranquillity and homeward bound! It represents the perfect moment to get calm and reinforce your inner strength.
14:38: Moon (Cancer) Square Venus (Aries)
For today emotional moments and risky actions are predominating. Inhibitions and tension might appear concerning love matters. Some family problems could occur.
17:51: Moon (Cancer) Sextile Mercury (Taurus)
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.
20:25: Venus → Pisces
Attractiveness and compassion are the most significant attributes during this period: you give assistance and affection. Sensuality and voluptuous desire could cause some pain. On the other hand you feel enthusiastic, lyrical and wistful. Your charisma fills the air. Creativity and gushy enthusiasm could be revealed but it brings on discoveries, talents and perhaps new solutions.
Birthday on April 2nd, 2017:
Alec Guinness (1914 - 2000), Michael Fassbender (*1977), Giacomo Casanova (1725-1798), Thomas Glavinic (*1972), Serge Gainsbourg (1928-1991), Émile Zola (1840-1902), Hans Christian Andersen (1805-1875)