Daily horoscope - 12th July 2018

The trine between the Moon and Neptune let you pleasantly be surprised.
Daily horoscope July 12th 2018 | Photo: (c) karepa - fotolia.com

 

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Daily aspects

Timezone: America/Chicago, UTC-05:00

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Sun (Cancer) Opposition Pluto (Capricorn)

05:03

Hasty approaches must be avoided therefore particular consideration should be given toward love matters. Increased irritability, precipitance, nervousness and obstinacy might appear in your mind's focus. A dangerous period occurs – take care in everyday life – even particular concerning traffic.  The waste of energy leads to mental exhaustion and is finally culminating in a lack of self-love or regarding love relationship it might turn to a tragedy or aspects of a tragic love with emotional outburst.

 

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

Moon (Cancer) Trine Jupiter (Scorpio)

10:11

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) Trine Neptune (Pisces)

14:55

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 Pluto (Capricorn)

20:43

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

New Moon | photo: © makasana photo - fotolia.com

new moon (Cancer)

21:47

You are caught in the world of sentiments. Regarding love affairs the female side is particular pronounced.

Birthday on July 12th, 2018:

Malala Yousafzai (1997), Bill Cosby (*1937), Henry David Thoreau (1817-1882)

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