Mars and Pluto Mad-Dogging
CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan. 19). What you do will end up being much more interesting than the reason that brought you there in the first place. This is why this is a good day to accept invitations, regardless of the particulars.
AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb. 18). Doing a really good job is the best decision you can make for any endeavor. Do whatever it takes to make your work stellar and to give people something to talk about and recommend.
PISCES (Feb. 19-March 20). The fun you face with another person will teach you something, but shared challenges teach you more. Until a relationship has weathered a storm, how do you know it's true nature?
TODAY'S BIRTHDAY (Aug. 13). Your head and heart wrap around unchanging truths. Certain events seem to occur out of time, indeed their timelessness is exactly why they matter. It will often play out practically by flowing great love to simple actions, dedicating yourself to the needs of others, and acting regardless of reward. Aries and Gemini adore you. Your lucky numbers are: 4, 49, 2, 5 and 16.
ASTROLOGICAL QUESTION REVERSAL: Yesterday, we heard from an Aquarius asking as to the intuition of numbers. She sparked my curiosity so much that I turned the question back on her, asking: "What is your favorite number? Would you intuit a series of numbers for me? When did this fascination start and can you express some of its nuances?"
Numbers have been a part of my conscious experience since I was in my teens. I always had a set of favorite numbers. Through my relationships, that group of numbers grew bigger. Some of the numbers associate with people that I feel play a huge role in my life. After I got divorced, I spent a lot of time alone. I had an evening when I sat down and wrote out all these numbers that resonated with me during that time period. Now, numbers flood in and correlate with each other. One example: My ex-husband's birthday is April 4. My current sweetheart told me his favorite number was 44. Once when we were in a separation point, he had put a sticker on his car with the number 44, and I saw him do it in my dream! (More on this in Saturday's column.)
CELEBRITY PROFILES: Among Alfred Hitchcock's abundant contributions to filmmaking was the word "McGuffin," meaning an object that everybody is searching for, like the Maltese falcon or the mysterious briefcase in "Pulp Fiction." The master of suspense was born under a sun and Venus in the sign of entertainment, accented by the moon and Jupiter in mysterious Scorpio.
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