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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.
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.
It represents a beneficial constellation. It is a fine constellation for social and material success. It is shown a positive attitude towards life and you may enjoy popularity. Generous structures are getting realized. The artistic side reflects optimism and attraction.
Daily astrological aspects:
4:26h p.m.-6.26h p.m: The trigon between Mars and Pluto makes you feel capricious, but it may represent quite suitable for Sunday... It is a fine day for relaxation and sentimentality. On the other hand it could be happening to go on a journey or experience some adventures.
1h a.m.- midnight: crescent moon in the sign of Taurus.
Advice: apply some hair care and manicure. Take yourself some time of thinking about fashion questions and style... Equally it's the right time for transplanting and in matters of love and romance.
Valentine's Day: Today we celebrate the feast of St. Valentine. He was an early Christian Saint. This day has several names, I represent a few popular of them: we start with O Dia dos Namorados (Portuguese language), el dia de San Valentin... but in the countries where Spanish is spoken we have some distinguished varieties of customs: from 9th February to 13th February we have the week de las amantes...the week for romance and lovers.
Birthdays: Francesco Cavalli (an early composer and organist of the baroque period in Venice).
Anna Howard Shaw (* 14 th February 1847, Newcastle-upon-Tyne, England - † 2-July 1919, Moylan, Pennsylvania, U.S.) Political activist, Physician) She was the leader of the women's suffrage movement in the U.S.