Daily horoscope - 14th December 2018

We will continue to feel the impacts of the new position of the moon in pisces now.

Friday, December 14th, 2018:

Yesterday at around 1 PM, the moon entered Pisces. We will continue to feel the impacts of this position strongly today and meditation and thinking about the self will become even more important. Pisces is, after all, a sign of the end of the earthly world, after which the celestial or spiritual world begins.

Daily aspects

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Moon (Pisces) Trine Venus (Scorpio)

9:41 am

For family life it is preparing promising development and aspects. Prevailing emotional aspects are dominating – modification and adaptability. Out of the blue your heart is joyful - family life and family aspects are significant with the tendency to avoid disputes.

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Moon (Pisces) Square Jupiter (Sagittarius)

10:24 am

The square between Moon and Jupiter could cause some trouble towards law authorities. It could give a tendency to extravagance. Regarding love matters conflicts and disadvantages could be shown. This could lead to separation and estrangement. The bile and liver could show unusual weakness.

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Moon (Pisces) Sextile Saturn (Capricorn)

12:55 pm

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

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Moon (Pisces) Conjunction Neptune (Pisces)

10:02 pm

The conjunction between the moon and Neptune reflects the desire for fancy and imagination—you might be in imbalance. Venus stays in the sign of Scorpio – still remaining the square – it represents times of trouble with defiance. Thoughts are changeable – deviated from the truth. You are highly sensitive and want to be left alone.

Birthday on December 14th, 2018

Jane Birkin (*1946), Vanessa Hudgens (*1988), Georg VI. (1895-1952)