ARIES (Mar. 21-Apr. 19) "If all the world's a stage, where the hell is the teleprompter," asks aphorist Sami Feiring. In my astrological opinion, you Aries are the least likely of all the signs to identify with that perspective. While everyone else might wish they could be better prepared for the nonstop improvisational tests of everyday life, most of you tend to prefer what … [Read more...] about Free Will Astrology: Practice Safe Sex, Virgo
ARIES (Mar. 21-Apr. 19) Your oracle comes from Aries poet Octavio Paz: "The path the ancestors cleared is overgrown, unused. The other path, smooth and broad, is crowded with travelers. It goes nowhere. There's a third path: mine. Before me, no one. Behind me, no one. Alone, I find my way." APRIL FOOL! Although the passage by Octavio Paz is mostly accurate for your destiny … [Read more...] about Free Will Astrology: You will have a great social life… April Fools!
We interrupt your regularly scheduled horoscopes to offer insights about the virus-driven turning point that the whole world is now experiencing. (Scroll down to go straight to the horoscope.) As you've probably guessed, all of us are being invited to re-evaluate everything we think we know about what it means to be human. I refer to this unprecedented juncture as The … [Read more...] about Free Will Astrology: All signs, it’s time for ‘The Tumultuous Upgrade’
PISCES (Feb. 19-Mar. 20) I suspect your fantasy life will be especially potent in the coming weeks. Your imagination will have an enhanced power to generate visions that could eventually manifest as actual events and situations. On the one hand, that could be dicey, because you can't afford to over-indulge in fearful speculations and worried agitation. On the other hand, … [Read more...] about Free Will Astrology: Your body is BOTH a temple and an amusement park, Gemini
PISCES (Feb. 19-Mar. 20) In 1637, renowned English poet John Milton wrote "Lycidas," a poetic elegy in honor of a friend. Reading it today, almost four centuries later, we are struck by how archaic and obscure the language is, with phrases like "O ye laurels" and "Ah! who hath reft my dearest pledge?" A famous 20th-century Piscean poet named Robert Lowell was well-educated … [Read more...] about Free Will Astrology: Use your instincts, Sagittarius