Daily horoscope - 2nd February 2019

At around 11:00 PM, Venus and Uranus will connect to form a wonderful trine. This could mean fulfillment for anyone who is looking for a partner.
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Saturday, February 2nd, 2019:

At around 11:00 PM, Venus and Uranus will connect to form a wonderful trine. This could mean fulfillment for anyone who is looking for a partner. Sudden and surprising meetings might occur if you go out into the world! Make sure to use these opportunities! Of course, if you don’t have the chance to go out tonight, tomorrow will still be a good time to do so.

Daily aspects

Timezone: Asia/Tokyo, UTC+09:00

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Mars (Aries) Square Pluto (Capricorn)

09:51

The square between Mars and Pluto makes us boisterous, indelicate, jealous, irrespective and uncontrolled as well. Difficulties: destructiveness, impatience, inconsiderateness with regard to finances and career – supplemented with immoderate rivalry, unmet demands on sexuality.

Period: approximately 2 days.

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Moon (Capricorn) Sextile Neptune (Pisces)

15:42

The sextile supports facing challenges and creates personal development on a higher educational level. Today artistic force offers fancy and creativity – on the other hand tickle your fancy. Your thinking is guided by an extraordinary combination of intuition and determination. This aspect reasons dreaminess and fancy as well.

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Moon (Capricorn) Conjunction Saturn (Capricorn)

15:55

This conjunction could show restrictions and reservation – the state of mind is melancholic and the health is feeble. Perhaps you feel not satisfied with the present situation – a few behave insincere. Inhibitions and hesitations within relationships are to be expected. Estrangements and divorce may occur. In isolation you can depend on yourself, but perhaps abandoned …

Birthday on February 2nd 2019

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)