Daily horoscope - 22nd April 2018

The sextile between Moon and Venus is to be considered as actually good aspect for marriage and the developing relationship.
Daily horoscope April 22nd 2017 | Photo: © soup studio- fotolia.com

 

Daily aspects

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Moon Trine Jupiter | Photo: © Daniel J. - Fotolia.com

Moon (Cancer) Trine Jupiter (Scorpio)

02:06

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.

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Moon (Cancer) Opposition Pluto (Capricorn)

03:16

The opposition may cause discomfort and self-indulgence and lacks of restraint – susceptibility to diseases is given.

Pluto -> retrograde

08:17
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Moon (Cancer) Sextile Venus (Taurus)

13:42

The sextile is to be considered as actually good aspect for marriage and the developing relationship. Your affection is courteous, adaptive and flexible - Family life is valued. Quarrel must be avoided.

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Moon (Cancer) Square Uranus (Aries)

16:03

During this phase there might be shown a testy reply and bad-temper is evidently seen. Changeable mood fluctuations could bear problems. Regarding love matters individualism and self-will diffuses reveals pure sensuality or restraint emotion, which could lead to tragic and dramatic development.

Moon → Leo

18:11

The Moon in the sign of Leo makes dominance and self-confidence. Leo represents self-portrayal, drama, the stage, and theatre – means external presentation. A fine time for creativity, flirting and pleasure: Leo likes to on the stage and gives roles to others...

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half moon (Leo)

22:48

This constellation spells difficulties with regard to career, family life and dealings towards the opposite sex.

Birthday on April 22nd 2018:

Janet Evanovich (*22.4.1943), Jack Nicholson (*1937), Lenin (1870 – 1924), Immanuel Kant (1724 - 1804)