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CAPRICORN [December 22–January 19] It would be smart for you to whet your appetite, but please don't go too far and spoil your appetite. Imagine and plan for the feast to come, make sure the evolution of the feast is on track, but don't try to actually enjoy the feast yet. It's not ready, you see. The "cooking" isn't complete. To dive in now would be like eating a chocolate cake that has only been baking in the oven for 10 minutes. In conclusion, Capricorn, strike a balance between practicing watchful patience and cultivating protective excitement.
AQUARIUS [January 20–February 18] Your key word for the week is "fulcrum." It's derived from a Latin verb meaning "to prop up, support," and its definitions include the following: 1) The stable point on which a lever pivots; 2) The crux of a percussionist's grip as he or she holds a drumstick; and 3) An agent through which vital powers are exercised. I suggest you meditate on where the metaphorical fulcrums are in your life, and then take creative measures to give them extra care and enhance their strength.
PISCES [February 19–March 20] I'm wearing a replica of an ancient Egyptian atef, a white crown surmounted by two ostrich feathers. My white cashmere robe, decorated with Qabalistic sigils, was sewn for me by a Wiccan priestess. My wand is shaped like the head of a Kalao bird and once belonged to a shaman from Burkina Faso. Aided by these accessories, I gaze into my magic mirror and conjure the spirit of my deceased great-uncle Felix, a successful businessman born under the sign of Pisces. He has always been a reliable source of inside info for me in the past. "Dear ancestor," I murmur, "do you have an oracular revelation for my Piscean readers?" And he replies: "Tell them their money mojo is stronger than usual. Urge them to bargain aggressively and make sure they get a percentage of the gross, not just of the net profits."
Homework: Listen to two versions of the song "You Taste Delicious." at http://bit.ly/YouTasteDelicious. Tell me your favorite at Truthrooster@gmail.com.