Daily horoscope - 29th December 2018

We will once again see a lucky constellation; which is sure to please many of us.

Saturday, December 29th, 2018:

We will once again see a lucky constellation, which is sure to please many of us. Philosopher Arthur Schopenhauer, a pessimist through and through, saw happiness in a very prosaic way. He said this: “Happiness belongs to he who can satisfy himself. All external sources of happiness and joy, by their nature, are very uncertain, difficult, fleeting and subject to chance.”

Daily aspects

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Venus (Scorpio) Sextile Pluto (Capricorn)

1:11 am

The sextile between Venus and Pluto offer passion and good fortune. Towards new friends you show open-mindedness. You present extraordinary attractiveness and serene atmosphere lies in the air… Concerning career you get succeed.

Moon → Libra

1:54 am

When the moon stays in the sign of Libra you are longing for harmony and accordance. Affection and togetherness are centered. You are in a emotional condition and want to share this together with your partner - you are more romantic than usual... Towards new friends you show open-mindedness.

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half moon (Libra)

3:08 pm

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

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Moon (Libra) Square Saturn (Capricorn)

9:09 pm

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

Moon (Libra) Sextile Jupiter (Sagittarius)

9:41 pm

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.

Birthday on December 29th, 2018:

Alison Brie (*1982), Jude Law (*1972), Jane Levy (*1989), Patricia Clarkson (*1959), Ted Danson (*1947)