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SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Dec. 21)
The next seven months of your life will be a turning point that's roughly analogous to the pregnant moment in evolution when dinosaurs and early mammals shared the Earth. The metaphor is not a perfect fit, though. As your reptile brain and primate brain vie for ultimate control of your desires and fears, a third force will also be muscling in. You might call it your angelic brain or Higher Self. The outcome of this three-way struggle will determine whether you'll enter into a New Dark Age or a Golden Age. My recommendation: Feed the dinosaur well but keep it on a short leash; groom and pamper the mammal; give the angel your heart and soul.

CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan. 19)
If you don't want to peter out with a whimper in December, I suggest you exit with a bang as soon as possible. In another two weeks, you'll have to answer to fate, whereas right now fate still has to answer to you. So pull out your calendar and schedule splashy goodbyes, last laughs, and colorful climaxes that leave no room for misinterpretation. Give going-away presents to part-time nemeses so that they can't possibly go away mad. Most importantly, forgive everyone their trespasses, including yourself.

AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb. 18)
In the remaining weeks of 2001, you'll be the beneficiary of something between a trickle and a flood of generosity. It will be in direct proportion to the generosity that you yourself have doled out in the past 11 months. Is karmic justice really that precise, you ask? Well, yeah. Even more so: For every gift you've given with strings attached, you will receive a gift with strings attached. Blessings you've bestowed unconditionally, on the other hand, will generate the same in return. Now, what does all this tell you, Aquarius, about how you might want to shape your relationship with magnanimity and compassion in 2002?

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PISCES (Feb. 19-March 20)
In my spare time I manage a company called Vicarious Fantasies. For a modest price, my fun-loving crew and I live out the fantasies of people who haven't the time or courage or imagination to do so. Our only stipulation is that enacting our clients' dreams won't require us to break the law or hurt anyone. Now, if it were any other time, Pisces, I might invite you to sample our services. But it so happens that this is a historic moment in your relationship with your fantasies. If you don't start living them out with a feistier devotion, they'll begin to become impossible.


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