Daily horoscope - 26th April 2018

The trine between Moon and Mars gives willpower, courage, convinced actions, activity, clarity, open-mindedness, adventurous spirit and voraciousness.
Daily horoscope April 26th 2018 | Photo: (c) Dusan Kostic - fotolia.com

 

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Daily aspects

Timezone: Europe/London, UTC+01:00

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Moon (Virgo) Opposition Neptune (Pisces)

01:04

This constellation causes fancy and imaginativeness – passive tendencies and imbalanced sensitiveness and interference. Thinking is changeable and concerning truth it is not taken too literally... This day has characteristics like being capricious, uneasy, daydreamed and maybe passionate.

Moon (Virgo) Sextile Jupiter (Scorpio)

08:28

This represents a fine constellation for social and material success. It is shown a positive attitude towards life and you may enjoy popularity. Several projects could be realized – and further plans are created. The artistic side reflects optimism and attraction.

Moon Trine Mars | Photo: (c) nicoletaionescu - fotolia.com

Moon (Virgo) Trine Mars (Capricorn)

10:46

The trine gives willpower, courage, convinced actions, activity, clarity, open-mindedness, adventurous spirit and voraciousness.

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Moon (Virgo) Trine Pluto (Capricorn)

10:49

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.

Mars (Capricorn) Conjunction Pluto (Capricorn)

11:59

Birthday on April 26th, 2018:

Maria de Médici (1575-1642), Eugène Delacroix (1798 - 1863), Mark Aurelius (121 - 180), Kevin James (* 1965), William Shakespeare (1564 – 1616), Ludwig Wittgenstein (1889 - 1951), Channing Tatum (*1980), Kevin James (*1965)

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