Daily horoscope - 12th April 2018

Today the sextile between Moon and Saturn gives responsibility and reliability – accompanied by organizational talent.
Daily horoscope April 12th 2018 | Photo: © oksana_bondar - fotolia.com

 

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Daily aspects

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Moon (Pisces) Sextile Saturn (Capricorn)

07:17

This sextile gives responsibility and reliability – accompanied by organizational talent. You face your objectives and your mind is inspired by enthusiasm and deliberation.

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Venus (Taurus) Sextile Neptune (Pisces)

11:26

The sextile between Venus and Neptune makes you actually only sensitive and your susceptibility to fine arts increases.  This aspect reasons dreaminess and fancy as well. Sensuality and voluptuous desire could cause some pain. On the other hand you feel enthusiastic, lyrical and wistful. Your charisma fills the air.

Period: approximately 2 days.

Moon (Pisces) Sextile Mars (Capricorn)

17:28

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

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Moon (Pisces) Conjunction Neptune (Pisces)

19:08

The conjunction between the moon and Neptune reflects the desire for fancy and imagination—you might be in imbalance. Venus stays in the sign of Scorpio – still remaining the square – it represents times of trouble with defiance. Thoughts are changeable – deviated from the truth. You are highly sensitive and want to be left alone.

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Moon (Pisces) Sextile Venus (Taurus)

19:56

The sextile is to be considered as actually good aspect for marriage and the developing relationship. Your affection is courteous, adaptive and flexible - Family life is valued. Quarrel must be avoided.

Birthday on April 12th 2018:

Saoirse Ronan (*1994), Claire Danes (*1979), Shannen Doherty (*1971), Lisa Gerrard (*1961), Jessie James (*1988), Robert Delaunay (185-1941)

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