Daily horoscope - 21st April 2018

Today the trine between the Moon and Neptune let you pleasantly be surprised.
Daily horoscope April 21st 2017 | Photo: © Sergii Mostovyi - fotolia.com

 

Daily aspects

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Moon (Cancer) Opposition Saturn (Capricorn)

00:49

This opposition reflects suspicious, reserve and melancholy. 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.

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Moon (Cancer) Trine Neptune (Pisces)

11:44

The trine between the Moon and Neptune let you pleasantly be surprised. You feel imagination and have a good intuition – your mind is open toward arts and various artistic fields.

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Moon (Cancer) Opposition Mars (Capricorn)

17:35

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.

Moon Trine Jupiter | Photo: © Daniel J. - Fotolia.com

Moon (Cancer) Trine Jupiter (Scorpio)

19:55

It represents a beneficial constellation. It is a fine constellation for social and material success. It is shown a positive attitude towards life and you may enjoy popularity. Generous structures are getting realized. The artistic side reflects optimism and attraction.

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Moon (Cancer) Opposition Pluto (Capricorn)

21:20

The opposition may cause discomfort and self-indulgence and lacks of restraint – susceptibility to diseases is given.

Birthday on April 21st, 2018:

Max Weber (1864 -1920), Iggy Pop (*1947), Andie McDowell (*1958), Joan Míro (1893 - 1983), Queen Elisabeth II. (*1926), Charlotte Brontë (1816-1855)