Daily horoscope - 27th January 2017

Today Libras feel independent and open to fresh experiences. Leos should appreciate that their career success isn't something they can force.
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A lady's imagination is very rapid; it jumps from admiration to love, from love to matrimony in a moment.

Jane Austen in: Pride and Prejudice)
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Daily aspects

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Moon (Capricorn) Square Jupiter (Libra)

The square could cause some trouble towards law authorities. It could give tendency to extravagance. Regarding love matters conflicts and disadvantages could be shown. This could lead to separation and enstrangement. The bile and liver could show pronounced weakness.

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Moon (Capricorn) Sextile Venus (Pisces)

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.

Moon (Capricorn) Sextile Mars (Pisces)

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

Moon → Aquarius

The moon changes into the sign of Aquarius.

Persons born in the sign of Aquarius are receptive for joy and leisure activities…Social aspects are the topic for today. Now the time has come to start a successful venture – but Aquarius is interested in common sense as well.

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Venus (Pisces) Square Saturn (Sagittarius)

Envy and jealousy appear on stage. Complicated love affairs and depression could accompany some difficulties with parental control. Disillusions or possibly separation and deception as a result of unfulfilled expectation cause pain.

Birthday on January 27th 2017:

Eva Padberg (*1980), W olfgang Amadeus Mozart 1756-1791), Lewis Caroll (1832-1898), Bridget Fonda (*1964), Mimi Rogers (*1956), Mark Owen (*1972), James Cromwell (*1940)

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