Aries Horoscope Thursday 2020

Aries Horoscope - Thursday, June 11, 2020: A day filled with peculiar instances

There'll be a permanent smile on your face, and you'll have an overall great feeling about yourself

There is a motto in astrology that says, "Universal judgement overrides individual judgement". In these agitated days when the world is uniting to fight the pandemic, read our prediction carefully but always be aware of the indications of the authorities.


Your day will be filled with magical, peculiar instances, Aries. There'll be a permanent smile on your face,  and you'll have an overall great feeling about yourself and how you're doing.

The stars greatly promote romantic encounters. You could casually bump into your first love or someone with whom you had some chemistry going, but fire never came because of adversities.

You'll be extremely skilled at talking, your sense of humour will take the lead, and you'll make anyone and everyone fall to your feet. You could also create new friendships, and one of them might gradually become something else.


The week's coming to an end, but don't try to speed up the business train.  Think things through, let them unfold the way they need and don't force the business engine to do too much.

Some of you will feel a little bored at work. You think you've already hit rock bottom, and what you've got right now isn't what you want for the rest of your life. Who or what is holding you back from taking the steering wheel and turn into a new path?

And finally, learn to say no to any plans that kill your budget. Your friends might be in higher social status and financial position than you are, but there's no need to ask for loans to follow their pace.


You're extremely self-confident, and that's always good.  As long as you keep it under control, that is. You think nothing can ever hurt you, not even the craziest of actions, and that's why you're running the risk of forcing your health to pay the price.

Others will feel a great pleasure when sitting at the table and seeing it fully stocked, and you'll throw your diet plan out the window to embrace the fattiest, most calorie-filled sweet treats instead. Is it that worth it to gain back the weight you'd shed?