Daily horoscope - 4th February 2016

Aries is very curious and making contacts easily - like Capricorn as well...

It is better to lead from behind and to put others in front, especially when you celebrate victory when nice things occur. You take the front line when there is danger. Then people will appreciate your leadership.

Nelson Mandela) 

Daily aspects

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Moon trine Uranus |  Photo: (c) drubig-photo - fotolia.com

Moon (Sagittarius) Trine Uranus (Aries)

4:00 am

The trine between the moon and Uranus gives high awareness, persuasiveness, ambitious structures in mind and genuineness. New paths are becoming explored; new methods are tested - On career level it comprised prosperous development.

photo: (c) Zacarias da Mata - fotolia.com

Moon (Sagittarius) Square Jupiter (Virgo)

12:56 pm

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.

Planet constellations for today 4th February 2016:

It' s still continuing what would have startes the day before: energetic forceful assertiveness let you go your way. it is caused by Mars, Pluto, the sun and Saturn. you could grow and accompanied by a trace of carelessness from the moon you may cause some unnecessary costs etc... It makes you generous, but there is no worse than being mean. Profligacy sometimes has a pretty face...  

Traditional "Weiberfastnacht" is celebrated today, it starts at 11:11h a.m...! 

Charles Augustus Lindbergh, jr (*4th February 1902, †26th August 1974). Purlitzer laureate for his biography (he was awarded in 1954), pioneer of the very first hour of aviation and one of the world's most amazing promoters.

Famous BirthdaysLudwig Wilhelm Erhard (*1897 in Fürth, †1977; German Chancellor of the "German Economoc Miracle" during the period from 1963-1966 and former economics minister from 1949-1963);  Alice Cooper (*1948, Arizona)