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Personal Daily Horoscope of Friday, 11 July 2014
for Ray Bradbury [Adb], born 22 August 1920
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Common-sense answers
Weak, transient effect: Tonight you will keep your emotions under control, not in a repressive, negative manner, but in a way that enables you to take a more sober and realistic view of life. You are able to put up with considerable adversity and strain during this time because it gives you patience and reserve strength. While you are not inclined to talk about your feelings to just anyone, you do not evade them in yourself. You may very well go off by yourself at this time to think about and evaluate your development. If you have a problem, seek out a person whose wisdom you respect, who can offer emotional support and suggest practical and immediate answers. You need common-sense answers now that can be applied directly.

The interpretation above is for your transit selected for today:
Moon trine Saturn, MoonTrineSaturn, exact at 19:15 
activity period from 11 July 2014 until 12 July 2014
Other transits occurring today, for subscribers 

Mercury sextile Jupiter, exact at 23:25 (L)
Moon opposition Pluto, exact at 12:03 (L)
Moon square Chiron, exact at 14:10 (L)
Moon trine Venus, exact at 19:42 (L)
Moon sextile Uranus, exact at 04:38 (L)
Important long-term influences, for subscribers 

"A stormy period" (Mars square Ascendant) (L)
"Graceful changes" (Uranus trine Moon) (L)
"Toughening up" (Pluto trine Saturn) (L)
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