Daily horoscope - 14th January 2018

Duty calls – personal life comes off badly!
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Daily aspects

Timezone: America/Chicago, UTC-05:00

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

Moon (Sagittarius) Trine Uranus (Aries)

02:47

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 → Capricorn

13:42

When the moon is in the sign of Capricorn, we are serious, focused and determined. It is given to approaching sublime goals. Duty calls – personal life comes off badly. Even less time for leisure and pleasure!

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Sun (Capricorn) Square Uranus (Aries)

14:44

Eccentric behaviour towards desires could be combined with misguided emotions might reason erratic behaviour. Opponent behaviour, resentment and displeasure toward public life and rules express the lack of rapport. It does not make a difference whether you are male or female - it could arise some trouble among each other. Without calmness your unrestful mind is giving in hasty and inadequate affairs. Impulsiveness could trigger an emotional emergency or even real danger.

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Moon (Capricorn) Conjunction Saturn (Capricorn)

19:49

This conjunction could show restrictions and reservation – the state of mind is melancholic and the health is feeble. Perhaps you feel not satisfied with the present situation – a few behave insincere. Inhibitions and hesitations within relationships are to be expected. Estrangements and divorce may occur. In isolation you can depend on yourself, but perhaps abandoned …

Birthday on January 14th 2018:

LL Cool J (*1968), Jason Bateman (*1969), Steven Soderbergh (*1963), Faye Dunaway (*1941), Albert Schweitzer (1875-1965)

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