Daily horoscope - 21st March 2019

 

Daily aspects

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Moon (Virgo) Square Jupiter (Sagittarius)

12:29 am

The square between Moon and Jupiter could cause some trouble towards law authorities. It could give a 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.

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Mercury (Pisces) Sextile Saturn (Capricorn)

12:55 am

Those, who are diligent, are achieving their goals: you have great ambition and you carry out conscientious work. You are level-headed and you use your knowledge. Logic and objectivity: factual correctness and practically reasoned decisions are taken. Difficult endeavour might be succeeded in the end. You apply promising methods and diligence is your companion in these days.

Sun → Aries - vernal equinox

6:57 am

More infos about Aries.

Moon → Libra

10:26 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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full moon (Libra)

10:41 am

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

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Venus (Aquarius) Square Mars (Taurus)

5:09 pm

During this period sensuality and passion are dominating and discordancy within relationships. Irritated reactions and tendency to infidelity could arise, But, however, it is representing the perfect time for love affairs.

Birthday on March 21st 2018:

Timothy Dalton (*1946), Mandy Capristo (* 1990), Jean Paul (1763 - 1825), Erich Mendelsohn (1887 - 1953), Hans-Dietrich Genscher (1927 - 2016), Rosie O’Donnell (*1962), Matthew Broderick (*1962)