Sagittarius (Nov. 22-Dec. 21): What would be the opposite of the Bermuda Triangle? Where good strange things happened instead of bad strange things? Whatever it is, that's where you'll be this week. Lost keys and missing links will suddenly reappear. The Land That Time Forgot will become easily accessible via a secret passageway that's never been visible before. A message or gift will arrive from a forebear just in time to save you from a history that's trying to repeat itself.
Capricorn (Dec. 22-Jan. 19): It'll be a good week to take a ritual bath together with one you love; to anoint each other's navels with olive oil while singing a wacky but sacred song you make up on the spot; to cackle and guffaw while having sex; to slip away together to a place you never imagined you'd go; to pledge to fight a common enemy; and to sleep together with the intention that you'll meet in a mutual dream.
Aquarius (Jan. 20-Feb. 18): For the foreseeable future, your horoscopes will be tinged by the adventures I have as I wander around North America in search of inspiration. Maybe next summer I'll do a lecture tour, but right now I need to shut up and listen; to be shorn of my certainties; to start tuning in to things I've been too dense to even know I didn't know about. Yes, by late 1996, I'll probably do a performance at an auditorium near you. But right now I desperately need to forget everything I believe in, walk among you incognito, gratefully shed all my self-importance -- and see if I can freshen up my insight into the human condition. By the way, everything I just described would be excellent advice for you to follow this week.
Pisces (Feb. 19-March 20): Proposed cleanup work to be accomplished by Aug. 23, 1995: 10 acres of invasive weeds removed from your psychic landscape; 40 pounds of litter removed from your home; 80 loads of dirty laundry washed and dried (and preferably not aired in public); $10,000 worth of bad money karma scoured away forever; the grungy buildup on your halo scrubbed and flushed; a rusty, neglected fence mended; and two festering wounds salved regularly until healed.