Daily Tomorrow Horoscope for Leo

Leo daily horoscope

September 19, 2014

Leo will gain its true shape in the evening. In the daytime changes will be driven by the circumstances rather than your actions. Now is not the time for you to conduct any important business or start new projects. Shield your psychics from painful and useless worries.
on this Day in History 19 September:
1848 Hyperion, moon of Saturn, discovered by Bond (US) & Lassell (England)
1876 1st carpet sweeper patented (Melville Bissell of Grand Rapids, Mich)
1945 Lord Haw Haw (William Joyce) sentenced to death in London
1973 USSR performs underground nuclear test
1922 Queen Wilhelmina's takes Dutch throne with 119 word speech
G 2014-08-03 19:28:51
Are you Singaporean?

[Reply] [Reply with quote]
↑ +3 ↓
#shooting star 2014-07-24 23:27:49
I started a new job, very overwhelming as its big shoes to fill, I have no experience but am vied as well educated for the job, therefore I have big reason I vilify although the pay is nt like it should be, I'm very overwhelmed as I am also expected to be flirty but I'm nt use to this ,but a lot of growth ahead if I adhere... How to stay focused?

[Reply] [Reply with quote]
↑ -1 ↓

Pages: [1]

Leave a comment

Your name:

Type the characters: *

Tomorrow's Horoscope for Leo
It is not this horoscope's intention to be a perfect instruction manual or a guide which will be sure to guarantee you happiness, success and well-being. The goal of tomorrow's horoscope for Leo is a bit different and we'll touch on it below. Now we would like to draw your attention to the fact that nowadays the Internet vast spaces are truly abundant with a huge number of all sorts of horoscopes-predictions rich in highly specialized terminology which is absolutely useless to a user. Our tomorrow's horoscope for Leo is completely deprived of such phrases. Even if our experts do mention planets' certain combinations, it is only in order to point out a source of some assumption. Moreover, all our horoscopes are composed in such a way that a user himself, while reading through a horoscope, starts getting a general idea not only about certain celestial phenomena, but their possible consequences as well.

Therefore, tomorrow's horoscope for Leo will not strike you as something pseudoscientific. At the same time, you will have a clear idea of why you should act in a certain way. It is up to you whether you want to follow advice or not. However, we strongly recommend that you at least make note of the text highlights since an astrological forecast for the next day, let's be honest, will have a strong positive effect even if the forecasted events do not fully match the reality. This statement, however, is more of a message for sceptics and the ignorant. Educated people with an unbiased frame of mind and capable of thinking objectively and outside the box realize that astrology is not an attempt to write off the mistakes on some illusory events that have absolutely nothing to do with a person. Nor is astrology the way for the pundits, who look down upon physical labour, to entertain their mind, either. Astrology is not even a science. It is something more than that; it is a fine art of reading and interpreting the messages from the stars which are being sent to us every second by means of various physical phenomena.

In essence, a regular person does not really care where the astrologists get their information. What is much more important is that as the result of their efforts we receive the answers to all our questions.
famous Historical Birthdays for 19 September:
1929 10th duke of Richmond, English large landowner/art collector
1966 Michael Campbell, CFL defensive tackle (Hamilton Tiger Cats)
1972 David Tamburrino, Saratoga Springs NY, speed skater (Olympics-1994)
1971 Colleen Coyne, ice hockey defenseman (USA, Oly-98)
1940 Sylvia Tyson, rocker
famous Historical Deaths for 19 September:
1967 Martin Block, TV announcer (Chesterfield Supper Club), dies at 64
1944 David Lord, British lieutenant/Dakota-pilot DFC/VC, dies in battle
1719 Jan Weenix, Dutch painter, buried
1968 Chester F Carlson, inventor (photocopying), dies at 62
1944 John AC Fitch, British lt-colonel, dies in battle in Arnhem