May 17th, 2004


Breszny is scarily on, this week...

Free Will Astrology...

This is mine --

Virgo (August 23-September 22)

It just ain't natural for a Virgo to be a spectacular exhibitionist. We astrologers might be forgiven, then, if we've wondered how the singer Beyoncé could possibly be a member of your tribe, as she claims to be. Recently, the mystery was solved. In an interview with the "Star," Beyoncé revealed that a character named Sasha takes over her body onstage. "There's no way I'd wear a short little dress and dance like that in front of all those people," she said. I bring this up, Virgo, because I'd like you to consider acquiring your own alternate personality. He or she could help you fulfill your current cosmic mandate, which is to climb to a rooftop or mountaintop or tabletop and do a song and dance dedicated to the person you want to be five years from today.

And this is one key person in my life's --

Aquarius (January 20- February 18)

What if I told you that you can change the past? It's true, Aquarius. You now have power over your memories. It's a perfect moment to adjust them, correct them, and reconfigure them so they will serve you better in the future. You're also in a good position to declare your independence from old images that have been oppressing you. There's no need to feel trapped into being who you used to be if that's not who you are anymore.

And this is another --

Taurus (April 20-May 20)

It's time to get a new soundtrack for your life. Whatever music has served as your mythic theme all this time just doesn't cut it any more. You need to sing and listen to songs that resonate with the fresh emotional currents that are flowing through you. As you update this primary source of inspiration, I suggest you turn your attention to others as well. Look for a book that can change your life, a role model to inflame your imagination, and a pair of magic underpants.



and Cainer's got my number, too...

Monday, 17th May 2004

(Aug 24 - Sep 23)

The planets are undoubtedly urging you to think about something and make a decision. They do not, though, require you to think till your brain aches or make a choice you can never go back on. They merely want you to reach a conclusion about the best way to proceed for the time being. Try to be efficient and businesslike, even if you are in territory which is illogical, erratic and emotionally charged. Look at what's 'probably best'. Until or unless you see another option, just assume that the most likely choice actually is the best one!