Daily horoscope - 4th January 2017

Obstacles and restraint could appear
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I went to the woods because I wished to live deliberately...

Henry David Thoreau
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Daily aspects

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Mercury (Capricorn) Sextile Venus (Pisces)

This sextile let you show your sense of humour, sympathy and flexibility. Your home is to be found in the world of Fine Arts. You gain energetic and creative drive - you like style. It represents creativity and advanced knowledge.

Period: approximately 1 day

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Moon (Pisces) Square Saturn (Sagittarius)

Obstacles and restraint could appear – combined with melancholy and unhappiness. Regarding relationship you might be no good choice at the moment…

Mercury → Sagittarius

When Mercury stays in the sign of Sagittarius it would be shown linguistically more precisely mode of expression. Furthermore the expression of interest toward philosophic topics and issues emerges - like faith and religion for e.g. Individual intention appears like a dart – direct and prompt. Idealism is more valued thassn experience.

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Moon (Pisces) Square Mercury (Sagittarius)

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.

Moon → Aries

When the moon stays in the sign of Aries you feel highly energetic and confident. Spontaneity and taking decisions are on the move. For persons of this kind it would be easier compared to broody ones. You may be inspired and use your keen mind. Self-assertion for new projects is available. It represents the perfect moment to make a smart move.

Birthday on January 4th 2017:

Jacob Grimm (writer, 1785-1863), Hellmuth Karasek (literary critic 1934-2015), John McLaughlin (*1942), August Diehl (*1976), Julia Ormond (*1965), Till Lindemann (*1963)

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