Daily horoscope - 18th January 2019

The trine conjunction between Venus and Mars is certain to lead to a sensuous and highly passionate period.
daily horoscope January 18th 2019 | Photo: © undolf Renze - stock.adobe.com

 

Friday, January 18th, 2019:

The trine conjunction between Venus and Mars is certain to lead to a sensuous and highly passionate period. You will also be more interested in art during this time, and you might discover or re-discover a talent for acting. The conjunction between Mercury and Pluto that occurs today could, however, cause us to fool ourselves if we’re not careful. Watch out for people who promise you the world, but can’t deliver. This is a time for caution.

Daily aspects

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Moon (Gemini) Opposition Venus (Sagittarius)

04:51

Your actions are predominant emotional and passionate at the moment. Inhibitions and tension might appear concerning love matters. Some family problems could occur. A deficiency of this energy causes increased susceptibility to disease and other ailments – in particular towards gynaecological diseases.

Moon (Gemini) Sextile Mars (Aries)

05:30

This sextile gives us strong will, courage and adventurous spirit – we are open-minded with a clear mind.

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Moon (Gemini) Square Neptune (Pisces)

10:53

This period reveals dreamy tendencies, passivity, illusions and emotional disturbance - Maybe you feel lost in thoughts and amazing imaginations.

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Moon (Gemini) Opposition Jupiter (Sagittarius)

12:16

The opposition could cause some trouble towards law authorities. It reveals the 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.

Birthday on January 18th 2019:

Oliver Hardy (1892-1957), Kevin Costner (*1955),  Montesquieu (1689-1755), Cary Grant (1904-1986), John Hume (*1937), Phillip Boa (*1963), Gilles Deleuze (1925-1995), Danny Kaye (1911-1987), Jason Segel (*1980)