Daily horoscope - 2nd February 2018

Today the constellation between Moon and Neptune causes fancy and imaginativeness – passive tendencies and imbalanced sensitiveness and interference.
daily horoscope February 2nd 2018 | Photo: (c) Boyarkina Marina - fotolia.com

 

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Daily aspects

Timezone: Asia/Kolkata, UTC+05:30

Moon → Virgo

00:42

When the Moon enters into the sign of Virgo it appears a phase of critical approach and analysis. During such a phase critical awareness is on the stage and reliability and responsibility is set in the focus.

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Moon (Virgo) Square Mars (Sagittarius)

07:18

The square let you behave quarrelsomely and act prematurely. It does not make a difference whether you are male or female - it could arise some trouble with each other. Extravagance and wastage concerning financial matters are accompanied by passionate and delicate moves.

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Moon (Virgo) Trine Saturn (Capricorn)

08:51

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 (Virgo) Opposition Neptune (Pisces)

21:58

This constellation causes fancy and imaginativeness – passive tendencies and imbalanced sensitiveness and interference. Thinking is changeable and concerning truth it is not taken too literally... This day has characteristics like being capricious, uneasy, daydreamed and maybe passionate.

Birthday on February 2nd 2018

Farrah Fawcett (*1947), Shakira (*1977), James Joyce ( 1882 – 1941),  Ossi Oswalda ( 1897 - 1947),  Robert Atzorn (* 1945), Brent Spiner (*1949),  Christie Brinkley (* 1954), Hansi Hinterseer (* 1954)

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