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Personal Daily Horoscope of Saturday, 12 July 2014
for Roy Horn [Adb], born 3 October 1944
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Making things clear
Valid during several months: During this time you may be inclined to keep your opinions to yourself and not communicate them to others, even when you should. At the same time you may be more in touch with the hidden sides of your own personality, your unconscious drives and compulsions than at most other times. The first of these two effects may be undesirable or inappropriate, but the ability to get at hidden areas of your character can be quite useful. The problem here is that you may feel that others will hold anything you say against you. And this may be true, especially if your words are motivated by petty ego concerns. But it is even more likely that what you don't say will be held against you, so it is very important at this time to say everything that has to be said.

The interpretation above is for your transit selected for today:
Mercury in 12th house, Mercury 12, from 10:04  
activity period end of May 2014 until beginning of August 2014
Other transits occurring today, only for subscribers 

Moon square Mars, exact at 18:58 (L)
Moon trine Jupiter, exact at 05:15 (L)
Moon trine Chiron, exact at 20:07 (L)
Full Moon in 6th house, exact at 13:26 (L)
Important long-term influences, only for subscribers 

"Mystical love" (Neptune trine Venus) (L)
"Loaded with energy" (Mars conjunction Mars) (L)
"Be flexible" (Mercury square Mercury) (L)
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