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CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan. 19):
In recent weeks you've been goodmaybe a little too good, actuallyabout obeying all the signs, remaining loyal to reliable sources even when they weren't helpful, and averting your eyes from the places where you weren't "supposed" to look. But in the coming days, Capricorn, I'd appreciate it if you did just the opposite. Question every rule, please; even if you ultimately follow it, at least subject it to intense scrutiny. And about those reliable sources: Don't dump them unceremoniously, but on the other hand, do hold them to higher standards. As for the sights you've been politely avoiding: Explore them with piercing curiosity.
AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb. 18):
This horoscope has a complicated theme, Aquarius, but I think you, of all people, can handle it. Just to make sure you understand what the cosmic forces are trying to tell you, I'll present the same basic message from five different angles. (1) Have fun as you foment benevolent rebellion. (2) Do good even as you tamper with the status quo. (3) Blend the moral perspective of a humanitarian with the rowdy helpfulness of a kind trickster. (4) Shake everyone up with the infectious cheer of your righteous teasing. (5) Be an unpredictable, joy-dispensing, fear-dispersing troublemaker.
PISCES(Feb. 19-March 20):
I wish I could get one of those 11 newly discovered moons of Jupiter named after you. I wish I could sell NBC a sitcom based on the story of your life. I wish I could rent you your own personal Buddhist monk to pray for you three hours a day and fix you sacred desserts 10 times a week. I'd love for you to be able to know what it's like to be fought over by two smart, attractive suitors. Unfortunately, I'm not rich and powerful enough to lavish these and all the other wonderful gifts you deserve on you. So please, Pisces, bestow countless treats on yourself. The planetary omens practically demand that you be showered with blessings, but they don't necessarily say the blessings will come from other people.
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