Daily horoscope - 2nd April 2018

Today is Easter Monday and the sextile between Moon and Saturn gives responsibility and reliability – accompanied by organizational talent.
Daily horoscope April 2nd 2018 | Photo: © fotoskaz - fotolia.com

 

Today is Easter Monday

Daily aspects

Timezone: Asia/Kolkata, UTC+05:30

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Moon (Libra) Opposition Uranus (Aries)

00:03

Eccentric behaviour towards sexual desires often combined with misguided emotions, are the reason for erratic behaviour. Changeable mood fluctuations could bear problems. Regarding love matters individualism and self-will diffuses reveals pure sensuality or restraint emotion, which could lead to tragic and dramatic development.

Moon → Scorpio

04:26

When the moon enters into the sign of Scorpio quite a lot of energy comes ahead… Passion and sensuality – but impetus and vindictiveness are equally appearing. You want to gain new insights and experiences and cope easily with serious and significant changes during such period.

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Moon (Scorpio) Opposition Venus (Taurus)

08:47

Your actions are predominant emotional and passionate at the moment. Inhibitions and tension might appear concerning love matters. Some family problems could occur. A deficiency of this energy causes increased susceptibility to disease and other ailments – in particular towards gynaecological diseases.

Mars (Capricorn) Conjunction Saturn (Capricorn)

18:52
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Moon (Scorpio) Sextile Saturn (Capricorn)

20:46

This sextile gives responsibility and reliability – accompanied by organizational talent. You face your objectives and your mind is inspired by enthusiasm and deliberation.

Moon (Scorpio) Sextile Mars (Capricorn)

20:51

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

Birthday on April 2nd, 2018:

Alec Guinness (1914 - 2000),  Michael Fassbender (*1977), Giacomo Casanova (1725-1798), Thomas Glavinic (*1972), Serge Gainsbourg (1928-1991), Émile Zola (1840-1902), Hans Christian Andersen (1805-1875)