Daily horoscope - 8th December 2017

Today the trine between the moon and Uranus gives high awareness, persuasiveness, ambitious structures in mind and genuineness.
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Daily aspects

Moon trine Uranus |  Photo: (c) drubig-photo - fotolia.com

Moon (Leo) Trine Uranus (Aries)

08:12

The trine between the moon and Uranus gives high awareness, persuasiveness, ambitious structures in mind and genuineness. New paths are becoming explored; new methods are tested - On career level it comprised prosperous development.

Moon trine Mercury | Phto: (c) Jacob Lund  - fotolia.com

Moon (Leo) Trine Mercury (Sagittarius)

11:20

The trine demands to learn 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.

photo: (c) nik_photos - footlia.com

Moon (Leo) Trine Saturn (Sagittarius)

14:49

The trine offers responsibility and organizational talent. It handed in all its energy to make your idealistic dreams come true – to gain your goals. You are quite reliable. However, you are reliable and you have a clear and logical mind and almost perfect self-estimation. You face your objectives and your mind is inspired by enthusiasm and deliberation. These circumstances are equally really helpful for your career.

Moon (Leo) Sextile Mars (Libra)

16:40

This sextile gives us strong will, courage and adventurous spirit – we are open-minded with a clear mind.

Moon → Virgo

17:08

When the Moon enters into the sign of Virgo it appears a phase of critical approach and analysis. During such a phase critical awareness is on the stage and reliability and responsibility is set in the focus.

Birthday on December 8th, 2017

Camille Claudel (1864-1934), Teri Hatcher (*1964), Mary Queen of Scots (1542-1587), Georges Méliès (1861-1938), Sammy Davis, Jr. (1925-1990), Jim Morrison (1943-1971), John Rubinstein (*1946), Kim Basinger (1953), Sinéad O’Connor (*1966), Horace (65 BC – 8 BC)

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