Capricorn (Dec. 22-Jan. 19): The new drug craze in India is snake venom. To get high, junkies induce a snake to bite them on the tongue. The rush is kinda nasty, even if it is a vacation from the humdrum of normal waking consciousness. I bring this up because I have a hunch you've toyed with the fantasy (at least subconsciously) of jolting yourself out of your current funk with some equally noxious thrill. Can I talk you out of it? I respect your need to substitute any feeling for the heavy moods you're nursing, but there are safer and more effective ways to do it than through arguments and accidents and apoplectic reactions.
Aquarius (Jan. 20-Feb. 18): The German government funded a lengthy scientific study on dowsing for underground sources of water in dry regions. At the end of 10 years, the head researcher at the University of Munich said, "It definitely works. But we have no idea how or why." His statement would apply equally well to the mojo you're using to tap into previously hidden veins of clout. I don't know why or how you're drumming up better connections and more inside dope, but you are. Could it be dumb luck and supernatural assistance? Or is it simply your just reward for all the dogged bridge-building you've done this year?
Pisces (Feb. 19-March 20): The time: June of 1944. The scenario: the imminent Allied invasion of German-occupied France. Gen. Eisenhower is about to launch 150,000 troops toward Normandy. As a trick, he also stations a phantom army in England just across the channel from Pas de Calais, France. This fools the Germans into believing the attack will come there. As a result, they decide against sending reserve panzer divisions to Normandy. The absence of this firepower proves an enormous advantage for the Allies, and they win the battle.
Recommendation: All Pisceans study this tactic and incorporate it into their struggle this week.