Daily horoscope - 20th March 2017

Hello spring! This day is ideal for Arians to go out and have fun and Geminis should do some sports.
Daily horoscope March 20 2017 | photo: © JackF - fotolia.com

It's easier for a tutor to command than to teach.

John Locke
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Daily aspects

Moon (Sagittarius) Sextile Jupiter (Libra)

This represents a fine constellation for social and material success. It is shown a positive attitude towards life and you may enjoy popularity. Several projects could be realized – and further plans are created. The artistic side reflects optimism and attraction.

Moon trine Uranus |  Photo: (c) drubig-photo - fotolia.com

Moon (Sagittarius) Trine Uranus (Aries)

The trine between the moon and Uranus gives high awareness, persuasiveness, ambitious structures in mind and genuineness. New paths are becoming explored; new methods are tested - On career level it comprised prosperous development.

Sun → Aries - vernal equinox

Zum Sternzeichen Widder.

photo: (c) robsonphoto - fotolia.com

Moon (Sagittarius) Conjunction Saturn (Sagittarius)

This conjunction could show restrictions and reservation – the state of mind is melancholic and the health is feeble. Perhaps you feel not satisfied with the present situation – a few behave insincere. Inhibitions and hesitations within relationships are to be expected. Estrangements and divorce may occur. In isolation you can depend on yourself, but perhaps abandoned …

Moon → Capricorn

When the moon is in the sign of Capricorn we are serious, focussed and determined. It is given to approach sublime goals. Duty calls – personal life comes off badly. Even less time for leisure and pleasure!

photo: (c) Alessia - fotolia.com

half moon (Capricorn)

This constellation spells difficulties with regard to career, family life and dealings towards the opposite sex.

Birthday on March 20th, 2017:

Chilli Gonzales (*1972), Christoph Ransmayr (*1954), Erwin Neher (*1944), Henrik Ibsen (1828-1906), Holly Hunter (* 1958), William Hurt (* 1950), Spike Lee (*1957)

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