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CAPRICORN [December 22–January 19] Here's my first question: Are you willing to change yourself in ways that would allow you to get more of the love you long for? Here's my second question: If you are, in what precise ways would you have to change yourself in order to get more of the love you long for? Write down (or print out) your thoughts on a piece of red paper, and get to work.
AQUARIUS [January 20–February 18] A cardinal had a confrontation with my picture window yesterday. For 45 minutes, it hammered its beak against the glass, having mistaken its own reflection for a rival that it was trying to attack. I'm offering this scene as a cautionary tale for you, Aquarius. Keep a couple of things in mind: 1) You should watch your tendency to get fixated on an image that is at best a distorted representation of the real thing and not the real thing itself. 2) If you feel the urge to fight others, you're probably mad about something in yourself.
PISCES [February 19–March 20] In the uterus of a pregnant sand tiger shark, the eggs hatch well before the mother gives birth; soon, the embryos begin a fight to the death. By the time the mother shark goes into labor, there's just one pup remaining. I suspect there's now a similar struggle going on within the metaphorical womb of your imagination, Pisces. Several pretty good brainchildren are tussling for supremacy: Which one will end up eating the others and growing into maturity? I bet we'll find out soon.
HOMEWORK If you could be any sign besides the one you actually are, which would it be, and why? Testify at FreeWillAstrology.com.