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This opposition could cause irritation, quarrelsomeness and hastiness. It might be expected some trouble between the genders… It appears reserved behaviour towards female structures like mother and spouse. Tendency to wastefulness and expenditure. This day has characteristics like being capricious, uneasy, daydreamed and maybe passionate.
Towards love relationship and love affair could raise some conflicts and disadvantages. Profligacy is given a big space – and you should maintain the overview. In the case of insufficient drive you would tend to unreasonable sensation toward libido and sexual desire – tendency to unfaithfulness and insincerity. This aspect reasons dreaminess and fancy – you indecisive with a predominant passive attitude – some weakness and self-deception. Erroneous assessment of risks – it cannot help to solve problems and perform tasks with content.
Regarding love and romance you could easily become a victim of illusion. On the other hand you favour subjects like metaphysics and mysterious phenomenons. The opposition between the sun and Neptune represents creativity and advanced knowledge. Mellifluously seductive music or an inspiring spell makes the world frank and filled with peace. Arts could represent the suitable outlet for such moods.
When the moon enters into the sign of Pisces you feel dreamy, imaginative and fancy. Maybe you like to be alone. Your imagination is strong and there is a weak call from reality. Meditation and contemplation are standing in the focus.
When Virgo is entered by Mars it is shown intellectual power. Thinking is exceedingly logical and reasoned. Subtle and adventurous ideas may give an expressive statement. Perhaps a competition of quibbles could be seductive. Thirst for love and affection is present – but it might be hidden or even neglected by external circumstances. Virgo is the zodiac sign which prefers thinking twice could never be blamed.
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