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SAGITTARIUS(Nov. 22Dec. 21): It would not be a good time to try digging a hole to China. You'd have visa problems once you got there and might end up under arrest. A better bet would be drilling a tunnel to Australia, where you'd probably get more slack once you arrived. In general, Sagittarius, I heartily recommend any activity that takes you to the polar opposite of where you've been hanging out, as long as you're sure you'll be welcome there.
CAPRICORN(Dec. 22Jan. 19): "Race car drivers say that if you're heading toward a wall," writes philosopher Jonathan Zap, "don't look at it. Instead, look at where you want to go." That's good advice for you in the coming week, Capricorn. It would be crazy for you to concentrate all your attention on what you don't like and don't need and don't agree with. Rather, you should briefly acknowledge the undesirable possibilities but then turn the full force of your focus to the most interesting and fulfilling option.
AQUARIUS(Jan. 20Feb. 18): In the course of most pregnancies, there is a moment when the fetus first moves in such a way that the mother-to-be can feel it. It's often a kick or a punch. I predict that an analogous quickening will occur for you in the coming week, Aquarius. You'll arrive at a threshold where a rite of passage will begin. It may be as subtle as a soft, billowing thump or as radical as a raucous yelp. At that uncanny moment, you'll become aware that a new force has sprung to life. You'll become attuned to a delivery from the future.
PISCES(Feb. 19March 20): A British man named Adrian Hayward had a dream in which an odd event occurred during a soccer game. In his dream, a famous player kicked the ball into the goal from his own half of the fieldan improbable long- distance shot that rarely occurs in real games. Following the dream, Hayward placed a wager with a bookmaker, betting that such a goal would actually be scored in the course of the real British soccer season. He later won $45,000 when a player for Liverpool did exactly what Hayward dreamed. If you take the trouble to recall your own dreams in the coming week, Pisces, I predict you will get at least one hot tip akin to Hayward's.