By Albert Samaha
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SAGITTARIUS [November 22–December 21] I'd like to discuss the Game. Do you know what I mean? I'm talking about the Unnamed Game—the Über-Game that is so all-encompassing that it's virtually a secret. What if you discovered that one of the seemingly sacrosanct rules of the Game was really just a local ordinance, and no longer applied if you played in a different arena or at a higher level? And what if I said that in this different arena or higher level, new allies are poised to introduce you to loopholes and shortcuts you never imagined existed?
CAPRICORN [December 22–January 19] I think you've been lurking and slinking long enough, Capricorn. For now, you've learned all you need to know about wrestling with camouflage and subterfuge. You've done all you could to clean up the crooked places and bring integrity to the twisted stories. Now, it's high time for you to come out and play—to exit the claustrophobic maze and make a break for wide-open spaces. Some cautionary advice: To keep from getting pinched by trick endings, make sure all sales are final and all goodbyes are complete.
AQUARIUS [January 20–February 18] Technically, this would be an excellent time to shuck all your responsibilities and plunge into a week-long bacchanalia, complete with feasting and dancing and lunatic laughter and erotic abandon and mind-altering emotions. Realistically, though, while such an interlude might do wonders for your relationship with yourself, it could dampen your relationships with people who rely on you. Unless, of course, you could coax them into joining you on your binge.
PISCES [February 19–March 20] Have you ever noticed that some people seem to be addicted to falling in love over and over again? While they may truly have a natural propensity to exult in the beauty of a great variety of their fellow humans, I also suspect that their addiction serves as an excuse for them to fall in love with themselves over and over again. At least in part, each new romantic partner is a pawn in their strategy for coming back home to themselves. Here's what I'm inclined to ask these people: Why not simply eliminate the middleman or middlewoman? I'm not necessarily implying that you'll benefit from this advice right now, Pisces. But then why did a soft, lulling voice in my head just suggest that I tell it to you?
Homework: True or false: You know what to do, and you know when to do it. Explain. FreeWillAstrology.com.