Nov. 26-Dec. 2: Rookie Instincts

I expect you Sagittarians to enjoy a similar run of amateur success.

Nov. 12-18: Ugly World Rebel

It's a good time to add extra charm, grace, and comfort to your environments, Scorpio.

Nov. 5-11: Benevolent Vanity

Let your boasts uplift and motivate, Scorpio
SCORPIO (Oct. 23-Nov. 21) Is it possible to express a benevolent form of vanity? I say yes.

Oct. 29-Nov. 4: Amazed Amusement

Your drive to blossom and create may be irresistible, Scorpio
I expect you to be in a state of continual birth for the next four weeks. Awakening and activation will come naturally. Your drive to blossom and create may be irresistible, bordering on unruly. Does that sound overwhelming?

Oct. 22-28: Cool Objectivity

You will be a savvy watcher, Libra
Are you an inventor? Is it your specialty to create novel gadgets and machines? Probably not. But in the coming weeks you may have metaphorical resemblances to an inventor.

Oct. 15-21: Primal Eruption

You are on the verge of your own personal Big Bang, Libra
Many astronomers believe that our universe began with the Big Bang. An inconceivably condensed speck of matter exploded, eventually expanding into thousands of billions of stars.

Oct. 8-14: Future Treasure

Take one medium-sized bold action every day, Libra
If I could give you a birthday present, it would be a map to your future treasure. Do you know which treasure I'm referring to?

Oct. 1-7: Accomplishments and Adventures

Don't be weighed down, Libra
LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. 22) The 20th century's most influential artist may have been Pablo Picasso. He created thousands of paintings, and was still churning them out when he was 91 years old.

Sept. 24-30: Refined, Dignified

Grow with feral abandon, Libra
"I feel like a wet seed wild in the hot blind earth," wrote author William Faulkner.

Sept. 17-23: Measured and Reasonable

The world needs more of your benign kind of egotism, Virgo
Some people express pride in gross ways. When you hear their overbearing brags, you know it's a sign that they are not really confident in themselves. They overdo the vanity because they're trying to compensate for their feelings of inadequacy.

Sept. 10-16: Wildly Constructive

Develop a more relaxed relationship with perfectionism, Virgo
I hope it's not too late or too early to give you a slew of birthday presents. You deserve to be inundated with treats, dispensations, and appreciations.

Sept. 3-9: Voodoo Child

Dream up extravagant brags, Virgo
"I stand up next to a mountain, and I chop it down with the edge of my hand." So sang Jimi Hendrix in his raucous psychedelic tune "Voodoo Child (Slight Return)." We could view his statement as an example of delusional grandiosity, and dismiss it as meaningless.

Aug. 27-Sept. 2: Agile Curiosity

Disengage from your fascination with control, Virgo
At least for now, I suggest you suspend the quest for order and refinement and perfection. The wise course of action is to disengage from your fascination with control, and instead give yourself to the throbbing, erratic pulse of the Cosmic Wow.

Aug. 20-26: Relaxed Intensity

Be fruitful, Leo
English author Barbara Cartland published her first novel at age 21. By the time she died 77 years later, she had written more than 700 other books. Some sources say she sold 750 million copies, while others put the estimate at two billion. In 1983 alone, she churned out 23 novels.

Aug. 13-19: Crooked, Wobbly, Eccentric

Appreciate a different kind of beauty, Leo
Many people harbor the unconscious bias that beauty resides primarily in things that are polished, sleek, and perfect.

Aug. 6-12: Dormant Creativity

Intensify your lust for life, Leo
"What are the best things and the worst things in your life, and when are you going to get around to whispering or shouting them?" This question was posed by Leo author Ray Bradbury in his book Zen in the Art of Writing: Essays on Creativity.

July 30-Aug. 5: Amazed Amusement

Awakening and activation will come naturally, Leo
I expect you to be in a state of constant birth for the next three weeks. Awakening and activation will come naturally. Your drive to blossom and create may be irresistible, bordering on unruly. Does that sound overwhelming?



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