Daily horoscope - 24th December 2017

Today it's Christmas Eve! The trine between Moon and Mars gives willpower, courage, convinced actions, activity, and clarity.
Daily Horoscope December 24th 2017 | Photo: (c) bernardbodo - fotolia.com

 

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Daily aspects

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Sun (Capricorn) Sextile Moon (Pisces)

00:25

The communication is balanced between the male and female principle. It is made no difference between colleagues and managers – the staff and the head.

Good teamwork is performed and you are at home everywhere. Friends, acquaintance and relatives are supporting your ideas and projects – it does not last for a long time. Use this period of time!

Moon Trine Mars | Photo: (c) nicoletaionescu - fotolia.com

Moon (Pisces) Trine Mars (Scorpio)

14:39

The trine gives willpower, courage, convinced actions, activity, clarity, open-mindedness, adventurous spirit and voraciousness.

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Moon (Pisces) Conjunction Neptune (Pisces)

19:12

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.

Moon squares Mercury | photo: (c) snedorez - fotolia.com

Moon (Pisces) Square Mercury (Sagittarius)

22:00

Spiritual gifts are given for today, but serious decisions should be carefully considered. Thoughts are changeable – deviated from the truth. Difficulties may arise the impression of variability and act with precipitation.

Birthday on December 24th, 2017

Stephenie Meyer (*1973), Lemmy Kilmister (1945-2015), Empress Elisabeth of Austria (1837-1889), Michael Curtiz (1886-1962), Ava Gardner (1922-1990), Mary Higgins Clark (1929), Ricky Martin (*1971)

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