|Personal Daily Horoscope of Thursday, 18 September 2014|
for Catholic celibate 5410 [Adb],
born 30 May 1921
Valid during many months: This influence indicates a time of equilibrium in
your life, when the demands of the world are in balance with your emotional
needs. Emotional maturity and past experiences have prepared you for this,
and now you can put your understanding to work to make your life run more
smoothly. Tensions that in the past have seemed to pull you in opposite
directions are now working in balance and harmony.
At this time your emotional attitude is sober. Your mental state is
relatively quiet, and you can see objectively what is true for you, what
your needs are and how much you can give and get from others. Your
domestic life and your public or social life reinforce each other, and you
are able to attend to both without sacrificing either.
Now is a good time to take care of any business matters concerning your
home and personal life, such as buying or selling real estate, making home
repairs, reorganizing your finances and making provisions for the future.
On both the psychological and material levels you are unusually well
organized, and your plans should work out successfully.
Older people, especially women, may give you great insight and
understanding. Your own emotional attitudes are "older" at this time. You
are in a better position to take advantage of the insights of age, both
your own and other people's.
|The interpretation above is for your transit selected for today:|
Saturn trine Moon, ,
activity period mid-December 2013 until beginning of October 2014
|Every Thursday (until revoked) there is free access to all transits listed below.|
Other transits occurring today|
Moon square Ascendant,
exact at 19:09 (L)
Moon trine Moon,
exact at 06:24 (L)
Moon sextile Saturn,
exact at 03:09 (L)
Important long-term influences
"A noticeable upsurge" (Jupiter trine Chiron) (L)
"A willingness to share" (Mars in 2nd house) (L)
"Making things clear" (Mercury in 12th house) (L)
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