December 24, 2022 Birthday Horoscope

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DECEMBER 24 birthday horoscope predicts that you are a Capricorn who likes to work. You could be a workaholic. While other people are sleeping, you’re grinding. You’re driven by the idea of having a lifestyle of the rich but not necessarily of the famous. You believe that hard work is the only way you will become famous.

The December 24 birthday personality are determined individuals who will probably achieve many things in their lifetime. You bring this same quality to your relationships as well. Additionally, you are dedicated to your friends.

As a December 24 birthday characteristic, you can be mysterious, but you are idealistic as well. This could be the changeable dimension that sets you apart from the rest of the Capricorn zodiac sign.

Your spiritual presence draws people to you. Once people get to know you, they realize you are funny. Your sense of humor is outrageous, and so, you can be a joy to have at a party. The future of person who born on 24 December will be filled with fun.

The December 24 horoscope predicts that you are truly a talented Capricorn. You have so many ideas you have trouble finishing what you start. It’s all about priorities and setting goals and guidelines. But more importantly, you need to be disciplined to see each phase through. Assign one of your friends as a partner to make sure you are on top of your game plan. There lays at the end of the rainbow your potential to be anything you want to be!

This Capricorn birthday person is practical but yet, hopeful. Often, you are misunderstood. When it comes to love, you are hopeless. First off, you are secretive about your feelings, and secondly, you don’t know exactly what love is. If you think about it, it’s the sex you think about and not necessarily the person. Oh sure, they are attractive but what will you do when you can’t enjoy each other sexually? There’s more to a relationship than sex and sex is not love.

The December 24th zodiac also shows that your professional life has been perhaps one of many careers. Naturally, you are a whiz at making business decisions as a manager or the lead administrator. You are still sharp as a tack so, a career in education is not farfetched. You could go further into politics, journalism or broadcasting. There are so many rewarding occupations that you could excel at. This could be perplexing to almost anyone.

As the December 24 astrology predicts, you are a hard worker. So you will likely get what’s coming to you. And when you do, you’ll know what to do with the rewards. This disciplined Capricorn will save his or her money just in case of an emergency or a well-deserved vacation. On the other hand, you’ve been known to take a risk when investing your cash. Most of the time, you come out smelling like a rose.

As the December 24 zodiac sign is Capricorn, you could be the product of your past. As a child, you more than likely felt as though your parents were unfair. Maybe you did not get the emotional support that you thought you should, and as an adult, it has an impact on how you feel today about parenting. It would make sense that you’d give your offspring the things that you didn’t have but truth be told, you give them too much.

For a long time now, you have been dressing the part of a successful individual. Along with looking good on the outside, it comes from the inside. You love the idea of eating and being healthy, so no one has to pry you away from the couch to go to the gym. If you forget to eat, you are okay with that. You sometimes don’t like to eat, or you have a slow appetite.

The Capricorn born on December 24 zodiac birthday is capable of great things. You’re determined to reach your desired goals and will make personal sacrifices to do so. As a friend, you are loyal and dedicated. This is also true in your intimate relationships. However, in love, the December 24 birthday personality may confuse feelings of love and the aftermath of a steamy sexual relationship. This business person is concerned with reaching the next level of success and will normally accomplish what they set out to do.


Famous People And Celebrities Born On December 24

Michael Raymond James, Tim Jennings, Kim Kimble, Amaury Nolasco, Ryan Seacrest, Jesus Silva, Hezekiah Walker

See: Famous Celebrities Born On December 24

This Day That Year – December 24 In History

1953 – Head on collision between two express trains kills 103 people.
1982 – Small town school defeats top ranking Virginia in basketball 77-72.
1997 – Channukah candle lit for the first time in the Vatican City.
2013 – Last day to sign up for Obama care without significant penalty.

December 24  Makar Rashi (Vedic Moon Sign)
December 24 Chinese Zodiac friendly

December 24 Birthday Planet

Your ruling planet is Saturn that symbolizes your fears, responsibilities, limitations, control, and sternness.

December 24 Birthday Symbols

The Goat Is The Symbol For The Capricorn Sun Sign

December 24 Birthday Tarot Card

Your Birthday Tarot Card is The Lovers. This card symbolizes the importance of personal beliefs and values when it comes to successful relationships. The Minor Arcana cards are Two of Disks and Queen of Pentacles 

December 24 Birthday Zodiac Compatibility

You are most compatible with people born under Zodiac Sign Virgo: This can be a genuinely loving match who are in tune with each other.
You are not compatible with people born under Zodiac Sign Gemini: This love relationship will be terrible.

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December 24 Lucky Numbers

Number 9 – This number signifies a person with humanitarian and congenial feelings.
Number 6 – This number signifies a nurturing, caring and selfless person.

Read about: Birthday Numerology

Lucky Colors For December 24 Birthday

Pink: This color stands for softness, kindness, peace, and love.
Lavender: This is a mystical color that symbolizes spirituality, sensitivity, compassion, and royalty.

Lucky Days For December 24 Birthday

Saturday – This is the day of Saturn that symbolizes a day of assessment, hard work, and patience.
Friday – This is the day of Venus that symbolizes a day of indulgence, pleasures, romance, and enjoyment.

December 24 Birthstone Garnet

Your lucky gemstone is Garnet which is known to increase sexuality, love, romance, and passion.

Ideal Zodiac Birthday Gifts For People Born On December 24

A winter jacket for the man and a leather tote bag for the woman. The December 24 birthday horoscope predicts that you like handy gifts.

24 December 2022 Southern Hemisphere’s Planetary Positions

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Southeastern Hemisphere

The time for these Custom Planetary Positions is from the local time in Sao Paulo, Brazil, South America

24 December 2022
06:00 pm GMT 3:00 PM BRT
Zodiac: Tropical (Standard Western)

Sun:02 Capricorn 54
Moon:21 Capricorn 38
Mercury:22 Capricorn 34
Venus:18 Capricorn 18
Mars:10 Gemini 35 Rx
Jupiter:00 Aries 23
Saturn:21 Aquarius 43
Uranus:15 Taurus 18 Rx
Neptune:22 Pisces 46
Pluto:27 Capricorn 26

True Lunar Node:12 Taurus 10 Rx
Mean Lunar Node:10 Taurus 35 Rx

Lilith (Black Moon):28 Cancer 20

Chiron:11 Aries 56
Ceres:01 Libra 30
Pallas:23 Cancer 01 Rx
Juno:21 Pisces 36
Vesta:11 Pisces 14

Eris:23 Aries 57 Rx


Southern Hemisphere

The time for these Custom Planetary Positions is from the local time in Cape Town, South Africa

24 December 2022
01:00 pm GMT 3:00 PM SAST
Zodiac: Tropical (Standard Western)

Sun:02 Capricorn 41
Moon:18 Capricorn 28
Mercury:22 Capricorn 24
Venus:18 Capricorn 02
Mars:10 Gemini 38 Rx
Jupiter:00 Aries 22
Saturn:21 Aquarius 42
Uranus:15 Taurus 18 Rx
Neptune:22 Pisces 46
Pluto:27 Capricorn 26

True Lunar Node:12 Taurus 12 Rx
Mean Lunar Node:10 Taurus 36 Rx

Lilith (Black Moon):28 Cancer 19

Chiron:11 Aries 56
Ceres:01 Libra 27
Pallas:23 Cancer 05 Rx
Juno:21 Pisces 31
Vesta:11 Pisces 09

Eris:23 Aries 57 Rx


Southwestern Hemisphere

The time for these Custom Planetary Positions is from the local time in Melbourne, Victoria, Australia

24 December 2022
04:00 am GMT 3:00 PM AEDT
Zodiac: Tropical (Standard Western)

Sun:02 Capricorn 18
Moon:12 Capricorn 45
Mercury:22 Capricorn 07
Venus:17 Capricorn 34
Mars:10 Gemini 44 Rx
Jupiter:00 Aries 20
Saturn:21 Aquarius 40
Uranus:15 Taurus 19 Rx
Neptune:22 Pisces 46
Pluto:27 Capricorn 25

True Lunar Node:12 Taurus 15 Rx
Mean Lunar Node:10 Taurus 37 Rx

Lilith (Black Moon):28 Cancer 16

Chiron:11 Aries 56
Ceres:01 Libra 21
Pallas:23 Cancer 11 Rx
Juno:21 Pisces 22
Vesta:11 Pisces 01

Eris:23 Aries 57 Rx


December 24th Today in History

Today’s Important Historical Events

1565 Compromise of the Nobles in Habsburg Netherlands closes against inquisition

1814 Treaty of Ghent signed, ending the War of 1812 between the United States, the United Kingdom and their allies

1936 1st radioactive isotope medicine administered in Berkeley, California

1943 US President FDR appoints General Eisenhower Supreme Commander of the Allied forces

Today’s Historical Events

563 The Byzantine church Hagia Sophia in Constantinople is dedicated for the second time after being destroyed by earthquakes.

640 John IV begins his reign as Catholic Pope

1046 Pope Clement II, [Suitger] elected

1294 Cardinal Benedetto Gaetani chosen as Pope Boniface VIII

1476 400 Burgundian soldiers freeze to death during siege of Nancy

1515 Thomas Wolsey appointed Lord Chancellor of England

1565 Compromise of the Nobles in Habsburg Netherlands closes against inquisition

1568 Uprising of Moriscos in Granada

Today’s Historical Events in Film and TV

1860 Actor Joseph Jefferson’s dramatization of “Rip Van Winkle” premieres in NYC

1922 BBC broadcasts first British radio play “The Truth about Father Christmas”

1951 1st opera commissioned for television – “Amahl and the Night Visitors” by Gian Carlo Menotti premieres on NBC with the NBC Opera Theater

1953 KHOL (now KHGI) TV channel 13 in Kearney, NB (ABC) begins broadcasting

1953 KOA (now KCNC) TV channel 4 in Denver, CO (NBC) begins broadcasting

1968 WATU (now WAGT) TV channel 26 in Augusta, GA (CBS) begins broadcasting

1970 Walt Disney releases animated musical “The Aristocats” featuring voices of Phil Harris, Eva Gabor, Hermione Baddeley, Sterling Holloway, and Scatman Crothers

Today’s Historical Events in Music

1818 Christmas carol “Silent Night” composed by Franz Xaver Gruber is first sung at St Nicholas parish church in Oberndorf, Austria

1871 Giusseppi Verdi’s “Aida” opera premieres in Cairo, Egypt

1906 Reginald Fessenden becoomes 1st to broadcast music over radio (disputed)

1920 Enrico Caruso gives his last public performance, with the Metropolitan Opera in NYC

1966 Oscar Brand and Paul Nassau’s musical “A Joyful Noise”, starring John Raitt, closes at Mark Hellinger Theater, NYC, after 12 performances

Today’s Historical Events in Sports

1889 Daniel Stover & William Hance patent bicycle with back pedal brake

1921 Ottawa’s Harry Broadbent scores in 10-0 Senators blowout of the Montreal Canadiens; first in 16-game NHL record goal-scoring streak; Charlie Simmer’s 13 game streak (1979) is considered modern-day record

1927 Test Cricket debut of Walter Hammond, who scored 51 & took 5-36 v S Af

1950 National Football League Championship, Cleveland Stadium: Cleveland Browns beat LA Rams, 30-28; Cleveland has 5 interceptions, Rams 1

1961 AFL Championship, Balboa Stadium, San Diego: Houston Oilers beat San Diego Chargers 10-3; Billy Cannon scores game’s only TD

1968 Ballon d’Or: Manchester United’s winger George Best wins award for best European football player ahead of teammate Bobby Charlton and Red Star Belgrade winger Dragan Džajić; first Northern Irish national to win the award

1969 Curt Flood writes to baseball Commissioner Bowie Kuhn refusing to accept the Cardinals’ right to deal him and in favor of free agency [1]

1974 MLB St Louis Cardinals Lou Brock is named Sportsman of the Year

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A Laugh for Today

I think we should send the reindeer some brooms to fly on 🤣🤣

Making Changes to the Regular Daily Posts

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After making sure something is posted every day for over 620 consecutive days I need to cut back on my computer time. This is due to the cold weather having a field day with my joints from arthritis and Degenerative Disc Disease making it very hard to sit in my desk chair. I will do the best I can but I do have physical problems that can keep me from uncomfortable to pain so bad I do not even want to get up to use the necessary room. Yeah, on a pain scale from 1 to 10 on a good day, hovers around 4 and 5 on real bad days, the number does not go high enough.

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