Daily horoscope - 19th June 2017

Today Scorpio is more stressed than normal and Capricorn should take a breather and free itself from unnecessary burdens.

The butterfly counts not months but moments and has time enough.

Rabindranath Tagore

Daily aspects

Current timezone: Asia/Kolkata, UTC+05:30 change timezone

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Sun (Gemini) Sextile Uranus (Aries)

12:45 am

The sextile between the sun and Uranus gives confidence and preserves authenticity: independent and free spirits fill the air – you give attention to renewals that are actually welcome. Aspiring to excellence and perfection… renewals or improvement: innovative spirit is advancing...

 

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Moon (Aries) Square Pluto (Capricorn)

8:00 am

This square could cause extreme mood changes – accompanied by inhibitions, licentiousness, extravagance and uncontrollableness.

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Moon (Aries) Trine Saturn (Sagittarius)

5:25 pm

The trine offers responsibility and organizational talent. It handed in all its energy to make your idealistic dreams come true – to gain your goals. You are quite reliable. However, you are reliable and you have a clear and logical mind and almost perfect self-estimation. You face your objectives and your mind is inspired by enthusiasm and deliberation. These circumstances are equally really helpful for your career.

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Moon (Aries) Sextile Mercury (Gemini)

8:44 pm

Sound judgment, learning aptitude, communicative skills, and repartee are caused by the sextile. The result is obvious to see: Independence and rapid perception, which is practically reflected in open-mindedness.

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Moon (Aries) Conjunction Uranus (Aries)

11:33 pm

This aspect could show a lack of inner balance and rationality - maybe odd habits could be shown or time for romance.

Birthday on June 19th, 2017:

Salman Rushdie (*1947), Paula Abdul (* 1962), Blaise Pascal (1623 - 1662), John Heartfield (1891 - 1968), Nicholas Rodney Drake (1948 – 1974), Kathleen Turner (* 1954), Dirk Nowitzki (*1978)