Daily horoscope - 2nd March 2018

On March 2nd, 2018, the square between Moon and Mars let you behave quarrelsome and act prematurely…
daily horoscope 2nd March 2017 | Photo: © BGSmith - fotolia.com

 

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Daily aspects

Full moon | Photo: © miiko - Fotolia.com

full moon (Virgo)

06:21

You probably feel short-tempered. Family disputes could appear on the agenda. You miss your refuge.

 photo: (c) den-belitsky - fotolia.com

Moon (Virgo) Opposition Neptune (Pisces)

10:28

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.

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Mercury (Pisces) Trine Jupiter (Scorpio)

18:35

The trigon between Mercury and Jupiter brings an optimistic attitude towards life. You are level headed. You care for equitable distribution: estimate and value things adequate – you like to communicate and follow your fancy and imagination.

Period: approximately 1 day.

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Moon (Virgo) Trine Pluto (Capricorn)

21:56

On emotional level you might be in a tender mood, but it could show partial orientation. A sentimental journey… that leads to new frontiers - and implies new dimensions of changing: new aspects on career, change of location, but equally uncontrollable factors.

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Moon (Virgo) Square Mars (Sagittarius)

22:58

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.

Birthday on March 2nd, 2018:

Daniel Craig (*1968), John Irving (*1942), Mikhail Gorbachev (*1931), Jon Bon Jovi (*1962), Chris Martin (* 1977), Dr. Seuss (1904-1991), Lou Reed (1942-2013)

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